The Jackson County Board of Commissioners in Michigan doesn’t understand how invocations work.
They deliver it themselves, which they can’t do. The invocations are always Christian, which constitutes government endorsement of religion. And when Peter Bormuth said all this at a 2013 meeting, they dismissed his concerns. One Commissioner literally turned his back on Bormuth.
When Bormuth filed a pro se lawsuit (in which he represents himself) against the County, things got worse: