“Hail Satan” license plates now available in Tenn.

After Tennessee legislators passed a bill to allow residents to get license plates that bear the phrase “In God We Trust,” in the interest of religious diversity, other plates were made available that bear other religious phrases, including “Shalom,” “Namaste,” “Praise Jah” and “Hail Satan.”

“It’s only fair,” said State Senator Brody Printrip. “We should celebrate our diversity.”

“Yes, we are deep in the Bible Belt, but the freedom of religion is a constitutionally protected right,” said Printrip, holding up a license plate with the phrase “There’s No Prob With Bob.”

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