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I am ok with the idea as long as they also bulldoze restaurants and bars caught violating the rules. 

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gruffstuff:   If they won't behave take them all and put them on an island like Typhoid Mary.

 

 

That sounds like a good plan. Some people think their constitutional right to exercise their religion freely means they have a license to do exactly as they please even if it means infecting others during a pandemic.

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Big League Politics) – The lawyer for two Chicago churches has reported that city officials informed his clients that they would consider bulldozing their facilities if they do not comply with COVID-19 edicts.

 

Good for the city officials.

 

If they won't behave take them all and put them on an island like Typhoid Mary.

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FAKE NEWS

 

The city sent them a letter with the following line, "“I am authorized to seek to enjoin such nuisance or to cause the same to be summarily abated in such manner as I may direct….”

 

These idiots are trying to claim summarily abated means they would bulldoze the church.

 

There is NO threat to bulldoze the church.

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"(Big League Politics) – The lawyer for two Chicago churches has reported that city officials informed his clients that they would consider bulldozing their facilities if they do not comply with COVID-19 edicts.

 

Matt Staver, the founder and chairman of Liberty Counsel, said on Wednesday that the city is classifying his clients as “public nuisances.” He said they were issued a letter declaring that the city “has the power and duty to cause all nuisances affecting the health of the public to be abated.” The letter threatened a “summary abatement,” which would mean the destruction of the facilities without due process.

 

Staver said during an appearance on the “Todd Starnes Radio Show” that he is seeking an emergency injunction and hopes to take the case to the Supreme Court. The motion for the injunction is headed to the desk of SCOTUS Justice Brett Kavanaugh right now.

 

Rev. Cristian Ionescu, one of the pastors being represented in this case, also told Starnes that he has received citations from the city for violating COVID-19 policies. Metro Praise International’s Pastor Joe Wyrostek reported receiving the “summary abatement” threatening his facility with destruction if he holds a service with more than 10 people.

 

“We are very disappointed with all of this, including not being considered as essential in the beginning, as a church,” Wyrostek said to NBC Chicago.

Even as violent crime spikes, Chicago city officials use limited police forces to snoop on churches and enforce shutdown mandates in Christian places of worship. This is part of a nationwide trend of left-wing government bureaucrats using the COVID-19 pandemic as an excuse to attack Christianity.

 

Big League Politics has reported on authorities cracking down on Christians who refuse to surrender their religious liberty due to mass hysteria:"

 

https://freedomnewsusa.com/breaking-american-churches-under-attack-bulldozers-on-the-way/

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