Pennsylvania mom rips school district's 'double standard' for allowing 'Satanic Club' event
Pennsylvania parents are outraged after a school district allowed a "Satanic Club" event amid back to school festivities as students return to the classroom this fall.
Ashley Lynn Crider joined "Fox & Friends First" Monday to discuss what she calls the district's "double standard" as it pertains to religious liberty.
"If they do a Bible study, the church has to pay to bus the students off of school grounds, and then they bring the students back," Crider told co-host Todd Piro.
"We send our kids to school to get an education. Anything beyond that is home life or in your community."
"It doesn't matter what any child believes, or their family believes… this is public school," she continued.
"We send our children to school to get an education, not for all this other stuff that is meant for outside of school."
Crider said many students are "not okay" with the district allowing the Satanic Temple event, and those advocating for the event are not members of the school district.
She also mentioned she was even silenced when trying to sound the alarm during a school board meeting.
"They shut my mic off… They don't address anything at those meetings… They're just here like they're to listen to everybody… so nothing's ever addressed."
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