After federal judge rules to tear down WWI cross memorial, GOP governor vows to fight on

A Republican governor had come out swinging against a court ruling that deemed a sacred 92-year-old WWI monument unconstitutional.

The Bladensburg World War I Veterans Memorial in Bladensburg, Maryland, which has come to be known as the “Peace Cross” became the subject of a lawsuit in 2014.

The Fourth Circuit of Appeals agreed with the godless American Humanist Association that the cross amounts to government support of a particular religion.

The same Christian religion the United States was largely built upon – and why we swear on Bibles before testifying in court.

But, that mattered not to the court that ordered the removal of the 40 foot Peace Cross.

Now, Maryland Gov. Larry Hogan is vowing to fight back.

“This is outrageous,” Hogan wrote of the court’s decision on Facebook.

“Our administration will fight this unacceptable overreach. Enough is enough,” Hogan wrote. “I’m a native Prince Georgian and have passed by this memorial thousands of times. I view it as an incredible tribute to those who came before us and made the ultimate sacrifice for our freedom.”

Hogan instructed Maryland’s attorney general to fight the decision and take it all the way to the Supreme Court if needed.

“It just doesn’t make any sense to me whatsoever, it’s been there a hundred years now,” Hogan told FOX 5.

“Why some judge decided we have to tear it down, we’re not going to let that happen. We’re going to take legal action, and it’s going in stay where it has been — I don’t care what it takes.”

The godless busybodies at the AHA responded to Hogan’s comments.

“The concern of plaintiffs is that our monuments should respect all of the men and women who gave their lives to protect our freedoms and our Constitution, not just Christian ones.”

See you in court.

Fox News Channel’s Outnumberd Overtime discussed the court ruling. Watch below:

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