This Georgia Sheriff Department Has Placed ‘In God We Trust’ Decals On All Patrol Cars
This Georgia sheriff is standing up to show they are Christians and want to let the community know the decal is a "symbol of our beliefs and thankfulness".
Liberals will certainly attack them but they don't plan to take off these decals any time soon.
The Obama administration may be waging an all-out war on Christianity, but there are still some places in the United States that are willing to fight back. The Lumpkin County Sheriff’s Office has placed decals on the back of their patrol cars that will probably have liberals steaming mad.
As of December 29th, 2015 all of the Lumpkin County Sheriff's Office patrol cars will bear the emblem "IN GOD WE TRUST" as a symbol of our beliefs and thankfulness.
Posted by Lumpkin County Sheriff's Office on Wednesday, December 30, 2015
The county joined dozens, if not hundreds, of other agencies around the country in placing “In God We Trust” on the back of patrol cars.As of December 29th, 2015 all of the Lumpkin County Sheriff's Office patrol cars will bear the emblem "IN GOD WE TRUST" as a symbol of our beliefs and thankfulness.
It’s nice to see something like this happen in today’s world. The question is, how long until liberal atheists start screeching about separation of church and state, and demand that they be removed?
Do you think this Sheriff Department is doing the right thing by showing their faith?
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