A Harris County sheriff in Georgia has posted what he calls a “politically incorrect” sign outside his office, warning visitors that the area does not tolerate liberal PC nonsense, has a love of God and country, and if they have a problem with it, they’re welcome to leave.
Sheriff Mike Jolley posted the picture of himself standing next to the sign which reads:
Welcome to Harris County, Georgia! WARNING: Harris County is politically incorrect. We say: Merry Christmas, God Bless America and In God We Trust; we salute our troops and our flag. If this offends you…LEAVE!
An online poll at WISTV shows over 90% of respondents are supportive of the sheriff’s sign.
Sheriff Jolley says he’s received numerous positive responses on social media for the sign.
“I’m humbled by all the attention the sign has received,” Jolley said. “Over the years, I’ve witnessed the silent majority grow and as a true patriot and a Christian, I felt it was time for the silent majority to speak up. I truly believes what’s on the sign.”
Sheriff Jolley said he paid for the sign himself, and says he plans to post more of these signs around the county, as others have offered to pay some more.
An Ohio bakery recently posted a similar sign on their front door, with the owner saying he was frustrated by “a lack of support for our troops and police officers, and a lack of reverence for God in society.”
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