A Texas school district has apologized to high school valedictorian, Remington Reimer, whose appointment to the U.S. Naval Academy was threatened after he delivered a speech that referenced God and the U.S. Constitution — in defiance of district policies.
This morning on Fox and Friends, we heard briefly from Remington Reimer, the Texas high school valedictorian whose commencement address was cut short when school officials objected to his references to God and the Constitution.
A Texas high school principal has threatened to sabotage a valedictorian’s appointment to the U.S. Naval Academy after the student, Remington Reimer, delivered a speech that referenced God and the U.S. Constitution.
Remington Reimer was his high school’s valedictorian and is heading to the Naval Academy … so why was his mic cut during his speech?
A South Carolina valedictorian’s commencement address sparked wild applause from the crowd when he tore up his pre-approved speech, and instead began reciting the Lord’s Prayer.