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A high school student was researching gun control for a debate in his law class and discovered that his school was blocking conservative and Christian websites.
Andrew Lampart, 18, who attended Nonnewaug High School in Woodbury, Connecticut was using the school’s internet service because he wanted facts on both sides of the issue. Then something happened when he tried to access the National Rifle Association website.
“Their website was blocked,” Lampart told Fox News.
Lampart when on to find other sites for pro-second amendment blocked. Then while Democratic party sites were permitted, Republican ones were blocked. Then the real shocker arrived for Lampart.
Christian websites were blocked. The lockdown of websites that showed the gospel of Christ was so complete that even websites connected to the Vatican were shut down. Even the official website of Pope Francis was blocked by the school. However, websites linked to radical Muslim extremism were permitted as well as other religions.
When the student gathered his evidence and contacted the school, nothing was done by school administrators. He had to approach the School Board who said they were surprised by the problem.
The school’s superintendent told FoxNews that there appeared to be a problem with Dell SonicWall, the filtering service used by the school. She claimed that the school district did not filter individual websites but categories of websites.
As of this article, the Christian websites are still blocked by the school.