Carter County, Tenn — Christmas time is supposed to be a wonderful time for all Americans, where we enjoy our families, gifts and take time to reflect on the birth of our nation’s savior.
But such holiday cheer is not possible in Carter County, Tennessee, where a family of atheists have decided to do some spiteful Grinching this Christmas.
As most well know, atheists are hateful people who are trying to litigate religious freedom in this country. Atheists do not respect religious freedom as demanded by the US Constitution, let alone respect America’s Christian tradition and Godly heritage.
The residents of Carter County are getting a good dose of atheist’s putrid castor oil this winter, with resident Deborah Jones reporting, “I was just horrified, horrified,” the very first time she drove by the display you witnessed at the top of this article.
The words, in red letters, very clearly state “The Devil’s Inn”. Why do atheists have to actively seek to ruin Christmas for decent Americans?
“The Devil’s Inn is closed until Judgement Day”, is only outdone in offensiveness by the other words that can be seen off Highway 19-E each night: “Satan Satan Hear My Plea, Satan Satan Come To Me” . These words are Wiccan chants. And Wiccans are to Christians as what a rabid jungle cat is to a newborn puppy.
According to reports, an atheist named Jackie Blevins built the display. Says Blevins in an interview with a local station, “[I] put this sign up here on the building because of what has happened right here.” Blevins motioned to cars that were marked with terrifying devi’s insignia like skulls and demon horns.
The locals apparently used their right to object to the cars being displayed in the local car show, where they would have terrified children and ruined the rights of the people not to have dark imagery on display.
Jackie Blevins built the display over a week ago. “[I] put this sign up here on the building because of what has happened right here,” Blevins said as he pointed to cars he refinished with skulls and devil’s horns.
While the local residents are definitely upset by this offensive signage, Blevins states it is his right. “It is my freedom of speech, my freedom of religion for thse cars out here. They don’t mean nothing. They’re just a chunk of lousy metal.”
If that’s the case, why would anyone want ‘chunks of lousy metal’ in a car show? Also, if you don’t like the fact that America is a Christian nation, you can always feel free to leave our country.