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Sheriff ordered to remove “Blessed are the Peacemakers” decals…

Sassy Liberty AMERICA’S FREEDOM FIGHTERS –

Apparently, there is no room for peacemakers or their blessings in Montgomery County, Virginia. On May 17 the Montgomery  County Sheriff was ordered to remove all decals bearing a portion of the well-known and much beloved Bible verse from all Montgomery County patrol cars.  The decal was posted on the vehicles in March bore the words –

“Blessed are the peacemakers….Matthew 5:9”

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Sheriff C.H. Partin stated –

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 “Our intent was, and still is, to honor our fellow brothers and sisters in law enforcement. In the midst of National Police Week, we want to focus on those who have paid the ultimate sacrifice while serving their communities. The last thing that I want is for this to become a distraction to the men and women who serve their communities selflessly every day.

I could not imagine any elected leaders giving such a detestable order – so I reached out to the board of supervisors to verify the report. It turns out – they really gave that detestable order.

However, all decals have been removed at the request of the county’s board of supervisors.

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Supervisor Chris Tuck stated –

In my mind, there’s nothing wrong with the statement itself. Any individual can put that on your car however they would like. However, based on our legal advice, when you put, ‘Blessed are the peacemakers’ and make the reference to Matthew 5:9, there are some serious concerns about the Establishment Clause and Separation of Church and State and the First Amendment.

Mr. Tuck claims the board made the decision after consulting an attorney and the attorney advised them “the decals would be a violation of the First Amendment based on the current case law because of the reference to Matthew 5:9.”

Except newly appointed Supreme Court Justice Neil Gorsuch doesn’t seem to share that opinion in his ruling in Hobby Lobby Stores v. Sebelius in 2013 and various other rulings on religious liberties.  It sounds to me like the Montgomery County Board of Supervisors is in desperate need of an attorney who understands the law.

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According to Mr. Tuck, it seems that the stink was originally stirred up by the  Roanoke Times – no individual was offended, just a reporter looking to raise a ruckus where none was there to raised and people wonder why no one liked the press or lawyers….

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