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WATCH: ‘The View’ Host Attacks Christians, Then Her Co-Host Shut Her Down

Candace Cameron Bure

A Washington State high school football coach has defied the school’s orders to stop praying at midfield with his players after games, something the cast of The View discussed recently.

Joe Kennedy, a football coach at Bremerton High School in Washington, has been praying at the 50-yard line since 2008, and is frequently joined – voluntarily – by players

The View host Raven-Symone tried a classic left-wing tactic to attack Kennedy, calling it “unfair” to kids who choose not to pray.

Her co-host however, former Full House star Candace Cameron Bure, gave a strong rebuttal and defense of religious freedom.

Cameron Bure said that the separation of church and state “actually guarantees our free exercise of religion so that if it is voluntary, we are allowed to pray wherever we would like to.”

She then responded to her co-host’s assertion that prayer is offensive, “If people would actually put more effort into prayer than to fight prayer, you would see a whole difference in this country to see that power of prayer.”

Bam!  The crowd was cheering!

Watch the defense of religion below …

Via Fox News Insider:

Cameron Bure came to Kennedy’s defense, arguing that the separation of church and state does not ban public prayer.

“It actually guarantees our free exercise of religion so that if it is voluntary, we are allowed to pray wherever we would like to,” she said.

Raven-Symone countered that the open display is not fair to people who do not pray.

The “Full House” star drew a round of applause by firing back, “You don’t have to. It’s voluntary. If people would actually put more effort into prayer than to fight prayer, you would see a whole difference in this country to see that power of prayer.”

Comment:  Is Cameron Cameron Bure correct in saying that the coach has a right to pray on school grounds?  Tell us what you think below.

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