Washington, DC — Beginning August 1st the Federal Reserve along with the United States Department of the Treasury will begin printing all currency, which includes every note and coin, without the words ‘In God We Trust‘. This modification comes under strict orders from President Barack Obama and his administration.
Obama held a press conference this morning to explain the impending change and to answer questions.
“As our country grows and changes, so must our money,” Obama said. “There is now too many individuals living in this great nation of ours that do not worship the same God as most of us. In fact some folks don’t believe in a God at all. This currency adjustment is truly change we can believe in.”
“America is a God-fearing Christian nation; it is now and always has been,” said 31-year-old Michael Anthony Claypool who is a journalist with Fox News. “Obama is the antichrist and this is just more proof to support that claim.”
Muhammad El-Sayed who is a member of the Muslim Brotherhood‘s Freedom and Justice Party told CNN he is pleased with Obama and his actions.”I spoke with President Obama by telephone yesterday before his announcement and personally thanked him for what he is doing not just for the Muslim community but for all non-Christians living in this country,” El-Sayed said. “This is definitely a step in the right direction I explained to him. Praise Allah.”
Political activist, 35-year-old Paul Horner told reporters the fight to remove the iconic words from American currency is far from over.
“I started a petition at WhiteHouse.gov to protect these words from being destroyed by our president, and Obama had my petition removed. He’s scared. He knows that we’re not going to stand for this and there’s nothing he can do to stop us,” Horner said. “I encourage all God-fearing Christians to get the word out about this possible travesty. We need to keep these precious words on our currency. This is a stepping stone in the wrong direction and will only lead to much worse things. We have already lost Christmas in this country, soon we could lose all of our churches and Bibles too.” Horner continued, “It is a slippery slope my friends. This administration must be stopped at all costs.”
Since 1956, “In God We Trust” has been the national motto of the United States and is inscribed on the front of all our coins and the back of all paper currency. The Federal Reserve has setup a 24-hour hotline to answer any questions individuals may have about the upcoming currency changes at (785) 273-0325.