Sorry, Offended Snowflakes: Judge Rules That ‘In God We Trust’ Will Stay On U.S. Currency!

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A judge recently told a frail, liberal snowflake to take a walk, after he threw out a case arguing that “In God We Trust” should be removed from American currency, because it violates the religious freedom’s of citizens.

From Conservative Post:

A judge recently struck down a case regarding the religious wording on U.S. currency. The plaintiff argued that the phrase “In God We Trust,” that is seen on American dollars, is a breach of the Religious Freedom Restoration Act and places a burden on a person’s right to exercise religious freedom.

The Ohio judge, Benita Pearson disagreed with the plaintiff, issuing that they had no proof of the claimed burden, and stated the following:

“Plaintiffs cannot demonstrate that the use of the motto on currency substantially burdens their religious exercise,” she wrote in her ruling. “Credit cards and checks allow Plaintiffs to conduct the bulk of their purchases with currency not inscribed with the motto. And for cash-only transactions, such as a garage sale or a coin-operated laundromat, the use of the motto on currency does not substantially burden Plaintiffs’ free exercise.”

We’d like to send our thanks to this Judge, who doesn’t deem it necessary to make massive, expensive, and completely unnecessary changes just because some idiot somewhere is “offended.” This society is really falling apart, and there are some people, like Judge Pearson, who are working to hold it together.

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