PA school cancels Christmas play. Guess why.

Fifth graders at a Pennsylvania elementary school has been putting on Charles Dickens’ “A Christmas Carol” for more than 40 years. And now, it’s over, because apparently, two parents complained about the play because of one of the lines by the character Tiny Tim. In the play, the little boy says, “God bless us, everyone.” That is literally what some parents complained about, because a little kid says the word, God. And because of that, the school has now canceled this decades-long tradition. The community isn’t going to get together to watch little kids be adorable this year, because of the word, God.

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