Being “politically incorrect'” isn’t a concern for one Georgia sheriff. Harris County Sheriff Mike Jolley posted a sign that didn’t go over very well with some.
Jolley posted a warning to county visitors that said residents are armed and fire back at criminals. After news of the poster went viral, Jolley visited “Fox and Friends” to explain it, but he doesn’t feel the need to apologize or conform to the sensitivities of others.
Harris County Sheriff Mike Jolley recently posted a sign outside the sheriff’s office that reads: “Our citizens have concealed weapons. If you kill someone, we might kill you back. We have ONE jail and 356 cemeteries. Enjoy your stay!”
Fox News reports: On “Fox & Friends,” Jolley said the purpose of the sign is to let people know that many citizens in Harris County exercise their right to bear arms.
“The fact that we have one jail and so many cemeteries is just a tongue-in-cheek way of saying law enforcement can’t be everywhere all the time, so citizens have a right to protect themselves,” Jolley said.
Jolley said that police can’t be everywhere, all the time, therefore citizens “have the right to defend themselves.”
Jolly also had notoriety for posting a sign about not being politically correct in 2015. He says if patriotic words offend people, they may be living in the wrong country.
You may watch a video of the interview below, or you may watch it HERE:
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Sheriff Mike Jolley: “I can’t see what the problem is with saying ‘merry Christmas,’ or ‘in God we trust,’ or ‘we salute our flag support our troops.’ When I was young we all did it.” pic.twitter.com/qs8e3HZlYB
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