If “In God We Trust” in schools is offensive – these two men are in the wrong line of work.
These two Democrat State Senators have to realize we have a new Sheriff in town and he is not guilt-conflicted. He expects fair play under law and tolerating pay-back is not part of his agenda.
Our new Sheriff has put in effect American laws and law enforcement personnel will be respected in America, again; which was not the case under the previous administration for eight years and this is where Mr. John Marty and Mr. Scott Dibble are coming from – testing the waters.
Our traditions and values were impugned under the previous Democratic administration and we were made a laughing stock throughout the world with constant apologies for America and its values – but no more.
These two men are progressive lefts and want to produce unintelligent pawns to feed their cause.
If these two are unhappy with the election – they are welcomed to leave the country and try some of the countries where they can find out what “oppression” really is since there are plenty out there.
Dem State Senators Challenge Putting ‘In God We Trust’ in Schools, Say It’s ‘Offensive’.
JENNI FINK | MAY 6, 2018 | 1:08 PM
In God We Trust
Minnesota Democratic State Sen. Scott Dibble and Sen. John Marty opposed a bill that would display “In God We Trust” on a poster in public schools.
Republican Sen. Dan Hall, who sponsored the bill, told Fox News’ “Fox & Friends” that he did so to bring respect back to schools.
“I only assume that if you take those things out of government, if you take the things that are respectful out, you’re going to put in something different,” he said. “We need to bring respect back to our country.”
However, Dibble and Marty felt adding the motto to schools would be counterproductive to Hall’s goal of bringing respect back.
“The money in my wallet has to say ‘In God We Trust.’ I think that’s offensive,” Fox News reported Marty said on the State Senate floor.
(As a representative of the U.S. government didn’t both of these men swear to uphold the U.S. Constitution? If “In God We Trust” is offensive to him why did he become a politician since the U.S. was built by the founders on Judeo Christian values – and he finds that offensive. I find it offensive that he is offended in that the job he has is to represent the country not his personal views of politics. He represents all of the people. He needs to find a new line of work.)
Dibble wondered if Hall would support welcoming students to the school with the motto if the word “God” was replaced with the word “Allah.”
(With his remark about “God” being replaced with the “Allah” then you know where he is coming from. Minnesota has a representative in the U.S. government named Keith Ellison who is a Muslim. He is one of the instigators during the Democratic National Convention (DNC) who booed and was against the name “God” being in the DNC platform. Don’t the voters in this state realize what Ellison is up to and now Dibble and Marty? Wake up Minnesota – these men are not working for American values but Islam.)
Hall told Fox News that he anticipated some opposition but chalked up the continual criticism to an “anti-faith” movement.
“To suppress anything that is religious in any way and wipe it out,” he told “Fox & Friends.”
(That last statement is true in the respect that he and his co-hearts are trying to wipe out Christianity.)
According to CBS Minnesota, four states in America already require the motto to be displayed in school and the poster would reportedly be paid for through private funds.
In Minnesota, schools are already required to display the American flag and recite the pledge of allegiance at least once a week.
President Trump extended a hand to all religions being a part of America and enjoying freedom of religion – not one religion – Islam – being the only religion which is their narrative.