Fox News loves America and nothing says loving America like a Georgia sheriff's sign that admonishes those who don't to go elsewhere!
Last week, Elisabeth Hassselbeck showed lots of Fox love to a patriotic, Christian baker who put up a sign which informed customers that if they don't agree with his Christian patriotism, they should amscray. Later in the week, Fox & Friends showed more Fox love to a Georgia sheriff who, proudly, erected a sign, with the same wording, outside his office building.
On Friday, the spawn of Steve Doocy, Peter Doocy, and Anna Kooiman hosted Sheriff Mike Jolley who is "proud" to be "politically incorrect." Kooiman introduced the story about Jolley who "is making a bold statement about freedom of speech and patriotism." (Uh, no, Anna, this patriot is doing just the opposite by not respecting the 1st Amendment rights of others.) Kooiman squirmed with pleasure as young Doocy continued to provide background. The banner explained that the sheriff's attempt to be "politically incorrect" is an attempt to "stir up patriotism."
Showing that the apple doesn't fall far from the propaganda tree, Doocy set up the patented Fox imaginary straw man when he asked Jolley how he reacted to the mainstream press saying that the words of the sign were politically incorrect. (In googling this story, popular with the Christian right, the few mainstream press mentions were just informational) Jolley played along: "I was kind of honored to hear them say it."
Doocy encouraged Jolley to talk about his sign and "the heat" he is taking for it." (Fox does love its patriotic Christian victims!). In taking a page from Donald Trump's (and Richard Nixon's) playbook, Jolley positioned himself as a hero to "the silent majority" who "have been silent way too long."
Patriotic Christian Kooiman explained that Jolley used his own money for the sign and "people are supporting you so much that they're sending you some cash." She then read a statement from the evil American Humanist Association which asserted that the sign's statement is unconstitutional. Jolley scoffed at the idea that he could actually order anybody to leave; but if they're "truly offended," they can leave because "maybe they're in the wrong country." The banner provided the official Fox message: Taking a Stand, Time for the Silent Majority to Stand Up."
Jolley said he was "humbled" by the positive reaction from the public which is now making yard signs and tee-shirts with the sign's patriotic message of inclusion. Kooiman praised him being "bold in your faith" and "bold about patriotism."
So I guess if you don't love Jesus and America, you can just get the f**k out! Ah, don't ya love the smell of freedom in the morning!