Friday, May 17, 2019
This time, the subject of the lawsuit is the San Jacinto County Courthouse in Coldspring, which apparently has four crosses. This is enough for the Wisconsin-based organization to threaten to sue the county, which is about an hour north of Houston, unless it removes the religious ephemera.
Then, members of the community showed up in droves to protest the FFRF's legal maneuvering against the county.
Speakers at the event, which drew hundreds of people, roundly condemned the atheist group.
Cloresa Porter, a local resident, said that "the devil is alive" and "political correctness is a one-way ticket to hell," according to Fox.
Terry Holcomb, an area preacher, was even more blunt: "Go suck a tailpipe," he told the FFRF.
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