to connectVideoFlorida sheriff defends ‘In God We Trust” decal on the patrol car, after atheists complain
Brevard County Sheriff Wayne Ivey tells ‘Fox & Friends,” and he is not backing down after an atheist group, is urging him to remove “In God We Trust” on the vehicles.
A Florida sheriff has doubled down on his defense of the new decal on the patrol car’s, which says, “In God We Trust,” by a group of atheists complained.
The Freedom From Religion Foundation co-president Annie Laurie Gaylor called the move “frightening and politics is bad for the local police department to notify the citizens that the officers are relying on the judgment of god, rather than to the judgment of the law,” in a letter to the sheriff’s office.
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But the Brevard County Sheriff Wayne Ivey told Fox News on Thursday, “They have a better chance for me to wake up thin tomorrow, then they make me take it this is the motto of our cars.”
And Ivey doubled up at the bottom, it’s a joke to the “Fox & Friends” Friday morning: “I think we can all see that it didn’t happen…I did not wake up thin in the morning, but I wake up and feel very proud to be an American and to protect the principles of our country.”
The sheriff said that they knew that there would have to be done, but, he said, is that the courts have affirmed that “In God We Trust”, which is the national as well as Florida’s state motto is not a religious statement so much as it is a patriotic and ceremonial.
“It was the right thing to do, and we will,” said Ivey. “Personally, I believe that our country is at a turning point, and as a strong, patriotic Americans, don’t start on the major principles of this great country that we are going to lose this great country.”
Host Pete Hegseth, the FFRF, and have been wondering what she can do with no money at all, in view of the fact that, in each and every us dollar is the motto that is written on it.
“The last time I checked, it was freedom of religion, not freedom from religion,” Hegseth said.
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“That’s exactly right,” Ivey responded. “As I tell everyone, when you try to 9-1-1 calls, we don’t ask you what political party you are affiliated. We don’t ask you if you believe in God or you don’t. We will ask you where you’re at so that we can save your life.”