Supreme Court Shuts Down Atheist’s Attempt To Remove God From Currency

These small minority groups are getting out of hand. This time is it was a group of atheists that are demanding we take God off of our currency.

Apparently the “In God We Trust” part offends them. So since many states are coddling these ‘safe space’ babies, they think that everyone should agree that GOD is offensive.

They petitioned the court for God’s removal from our currency.

“Whether Congress violates the Establishment Clause when it makes laws respecting an establishment of Monotheism, thus perpetuating and exacerbating the
political disenfranchisement of Atheists (i.e., the nation’s most politically disenfranchised “protected class”). Specifically, in this case, whether Congress may mandate the inscription of “In God We Trust” on every coin and currency bill manufactured by the
Department of the Treasury.

(2) Whether Congress violates the equal protection component of the Fifth Amendment’s Due Process Clause when it mandates the inscription of “In God We Trust” on every coin and currency bill manufactured by the Department of the Treasury.

(3) Whether Petitioners’ rights under the Religious Freedom Restoration Act of 1993 (RFRA) are violated when the only coins and currency bills that are legal tender are required by Congress to be inscribed with “In God We Trust,” thus forcing Petitioners (who are Atheists) to bear and proselytize that Monotheistic
message.”

Michael Newdow, the same activist attorney who tried to remove “under God” from the Pledge of Allegiance, lost his case, arguing Congress’ mandate to inscribe “In God We Trust” on currency was a government endorsement of religion and a violation of the First Amendment.”

This is worse than the House Dems recent attempt to remove God from congressional hearings and activities. Most of America still believes in God. I am glad that at least the Supreme Court understands this.

These are the kind of people that get offended when you wish them a Merry Christmas.

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