A Virginia school board recently responded to community outrage over its decision to let The Satanic Temple use a high school auditorium for an event by claiming that current Supreme Court precedent forces them to be utterly neutral as to which groups are allowed to access their facilities.
Lynchburg’s WSET-TV recently reported that The Satanic Temple, a far-left secular advocacy group/religion, has, through its “After School Satan Club,” rented the Jefferson Forest High School auditorium for a “Family Movie Night” this coming February, during which it plans to screen the 1992 children’s animated film Fern Gully: The Last Rainforest, and subsequently discuss how the film relates to The Satanic Temple’s tenets. Say what? Nothing says family movie night more than The Satanic Temple!
What a sham. What movie will TST “screen” next? The Sound of Music? Toy Story 2? How do these films relate to Satan? Talk about “grooming” kids! Wouldn’t it be more authentic if The Satanic Temple screened, say, “The Exorcist?”
The Virginia school board claims it has “no choice” in the matter? Here’s where I would normally say “what’s next?” and offer a humorous analogy, but I’m having a devil of a time trying to think of anything that would top Satanic Temple Family Movie Night.