Sheriff Posts This Controversial Warning Sign To Everyone Entering His Town
A sign a Georgia county sheriff erected earlier this week is generating a strong response, nationwide.
Harris County Sheriff Mike Jolley placed a sign in front of the sheriff’s office on Tuesday morning, which reads:
WARNING: Harris County is politically incorrect. We say: Merry Christmas, God Bless America, and In God We Trust. We salute our troops and our flag. If this offends you…LEAVE!
The sheriff got the idea from the picture of a similar sign he saw posted in another part of the country. “I’m humbled by the attention the sign has received,” Jolley told WTVM. “Over the years, I’ve witnessed the silent majority grow and as a true patriot and a Christian, I felt it was time for the silent majority to speak up. I truly believe what’s on the sign.”
Since putting up the sign up, the sheriff has received hundreds of emails and Facebook comments in support of its message, according to WRBL.
Not everyone is pleased with the sheriff’s sign. The atheist group, the American Humanist Association sent him a lengthy letter on Wednesday, saying that a “concerned citizen” had contacted their office. The letter demands the sign be removed immediately, charging it violates the First Amendment and the 14th Amendment’s equal protection clause. (Read more from “Sheriff Posts This Controversial Warning Sign to Everyone Entering His Town” HERE)
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