High school football coach Joe Kennedy, who was fired for kneeling in prayer at the 50-yard-line after games, is making his case before the Supreme Court Monday.
“I don’t want to take things to the Supreme Court. I don’t want to have these big battles. I don’t want to be on the cameras and the lights, I just want to coach,” Kennedy said.
“The First Amendment means nobody should be fired from their job simply for engaging in a private act of prayer by themselves, at least at the 50-yard-line after a football game,” Jeremy Dys, special counsel for First Liberty Institute, said.
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Bream asked him why he didn’t just give in. Watch Kennedy’s response below: