Mike Pence says it’s “deeply offensive” to object to wife’s job at school that bans LGBTQ kids

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The vice president clutched his pearls in a new interview with EWTN host Lauren Ashburn, lashing out at critics who dared to question his wife’s new gig teaching at a school that bans LGBTQ students and faculty.

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“My wife and I have been in the public eye for quite a while but I have to tell you, to see major news organizations attacking Christian education is deeply offensive,” he said.

“We have a rich tradition in America of Christian education and, frankly, religious education broadly defined. We celebrate it,” he continued. “The freedom of religion is enshrined in the Constitution of the United States. The Constitution prohibits a religious test for holding public office, so we’ll let the critics roll off our back.”

“This criticism of Christian education in America should stop,” Trump’s righteous running mate reasoned.

The school in question, Immanuel Christian School in Springfield, Va., has a “parent agreement” posted on its website that requires any potential employee to solemnly swear they oppose same-sex marriage, and that they do not engage in “homosexual or lesbian sexual activity” or “transgender identity”.

Not only that, in order for a child to attend the school, parents must sign a clause giving the school the power to discontinue enrollment if the student’s behavior is “in opposition to the biblical lifestyle the school teaches.”