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Texas Sheriff's Office Gets the Go Ahead to Place National Motto on Patrol Cars

The Liberty County Sheriff's Office in Texas has recently decided to add decals with the national motto, “In God We Trust."

It was in November 2015, when Attorney General Ken Paxton authorized emergency services vehicles to display the motto. Liberty County Sheriff Bobby Rader said that as soon as that decision was made, his office began planning ways to get donations to add the motto to their cars.

Rader also told Dayton News, “Not one person on staff had a complaint about it. The only concern we had was paying for them.”

Pastor Rodney Sellers of Mt. Calvary Baptist Church helped organize donations for the decals. In addition, Sgt. Brett Audilet talked to the decal company, and they offered to print them free of charge.

Sellers said “People were very willing to donate money to the cause. I had received several Facebook messages and had presented the plan at a Hardin Crime Stoppers meeting. People wanted to help because they see an attack on our freedoms in general and history revisionists are trying to change the fact that our nation was founded on Christian principles.”

In December 2015, nearby Brazoria County Sheriff's Office also added the national motto to their patrol vehicles.

Photo:Your Houston News

'In God We Trust' decals approved.

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