Atheists are once again in a tizzy over government property donning religious references. The Henderson County Sheriff’s Department in Tennessee put decals on their vehicles that read “In God We Trust.” Someone must have gone to the Freedom From Religion Foundation for rescue. The FFRF sent the Sheriff’s Department a letter, telling them that those decals have no place on government property. They told the department to remove the decals at once.
Sheriff Brian Duke responded with a letter containing only one word. He wrote, in emboldened letters, “NO.”
“The U.S. Supreme Court says it’s perfectly legal,” Duke said.
Duke said the motto was added to about 20 patrol cars last month.
“A lot of people are going to be against it and a lot of people are going to be for it,” Henderson County resident Timothy Lynn Gordon said.
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