Places of worship in California are finally opening back up after the Supreme Court struck down the state’s coronavirus mandates.
But California is always gonna be California. Per Fox News, “the state Department of Public Health guidelines still said indoor gatherings were ‘strongly discouraged’ and advised limiting the numbers to 25% of a building’s capacity for the two-highest levels of the state’s four-tier COVID-19 restrictions.”
Ok, Gavin. You and your team have clearly made it obvious where you stand when it comes to churches and God. Why don’t you just get out of the way and let Americans be free to worship? The Supreme Court is on their side.
“Governor Newsom should have done this a long time ago,” said Harmeet K. Dhillon, the founder of The Center for American Liberty. “For over a year, the state of California has targeted the faith community for discriminatory treatment depriving them of their fundamental right to worship.”
Via Fox News:
U.S. Supreme Court struck down the outright ban in a case brought by California churches, although it left in place capacity limits and a ban on singing or chanting… the Supreme Court ruled that California can’t enforce virus-related limits on home-based religious worship, including Bible studies and prayer meetings. The case involved two residents of Santa Clara County in the San Francisco Bay Area, who wanted to host small, in-person Bible study sessions.
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