Childress, Texas Police to the Freedom From Religion Foundation – Go Fly a Kite!

 In Domestic, opinion, Politics

When the Childress, Texas Police Department received a demand from the “FFRF ” – Freedom From Religion Foundation to remove the slogan “In God We Trust” off their police cars, their police chief, Adrian Garcia, made a non-politically correct response:

“Ok so here it is I received a letter from the freedom of religion foundation, demanding we remove the “In God we trust ” off our patrol units. So I responded back with this letter.

Thanks,
Chief Adrian Garcia”

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“After carefully reading your letter I must deny your request in the removal of our nations motto from our patrol units, and ask that you and the Freedom From Religion Foundation go fly a kite.” Chief Adrian Garcia

No, this is not a joke, it really happened. The letter is posted on the Childress PD’s Facebook page.

Go fly a kite

Numerous Texas law enforcement agencies have decided to place the motto on their patrol vehicles – sort of an “up yours” method of telling the Freedom From Religion organization to take a hike…or fly a kite as it were. (The FFRF was founded by Mikey Weinstein,  an atheist activist with a chip on his shoulder that is wider and longer than the Rio Grande).

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Childress PD patrol vehicles

Here’s the Hutchinson County  patrol vehicle:

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Hutchinson County patrol vehicle – Facebook Photo via Childress PD

Then there is the Seagraves, Texas patrol vehicle

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Seagraves, Texas – Facebook photo via Childress PD

Or how about the Iowa Park Police

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Iowa Park, Texas – Facebook photo via Childress PD

Now THIS is the Texas we know and love. The one that stands for American freedom and American values.  This is the kind of police a community needs – men and women who will stand up to those who seek destroy our nation.

There comes a time when the people of this country need to take a stand against the tearing down of American values and freedoms. Perhaps these Texas law enforcement entities will be a catalyst for doing just that. We can only pray they don’t cave to the pressure, but continue to respond with strength and a no-nonsense attitude.

We love Texas!

 

 

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