October 3, 2022

Supreme Court says no to church trying to reopen, as thousands fill the streets

As thousands of protestors, looters, and rioters fill the streets across the country, the government is refusing to allow Americans of faith to congregate in houses of worship.

And now, the Supreme Court is backing the government.

The Washington Examiner reports:

In a shocking opinion released late Friday, the Supreme Court ruled 5-4 to deny a church’s challenge to California’s COVID-19 restrictions on worship services. Chief Justice John Roberts joined the court’s liberal justices in the majority.

South Bay United Pentecostal Church in Southern California asked the Supreme Court to intervene and block the stay-at-home orders issued by Gov. Gavin Newsom, a Democrat. The church claimed the orders were unconstitutional because they discriminated against places of worship, keeping them from fully reopening, but allowing retail stores, offices, restaurants, and schools to open on May 20.

It’s bad enough that the state is favoring Home Depot over a place of worship, but the recent civil unrest makes it even worse.

How can leftist governors even pretend to care about the lockdown as they tiptoe around the thousands in the streets? Terrified of offending their leftist base, they’ve allowed rioters to run rampant.

Now they insist on applying the lockdown to law-abiding churchgoers?

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