California Bans Singing in Churches & Synagogues
But it’s still okay to gather in huge groups and scream obscenities at America, the police, and anyone whose life doesn’t matter.
Updated COVID-19 guidelines issued Wednesday by the state Department of Public Health require churches and other houses of worship to “discontinue singing and chanting activities.”
*Places of worship must therefore discontinue singing and chanting activities and limit indoor attendance to 25% of building capacity or a maximum of 100 attendees, whichever is lower. Local Health Officers are advised to consider appropriate limitations on outdoor attendance capacities, factoring their jurisdiction’s key COVID19 health indicators
Are there any guidelines for capacity at protests? Okay, great.
But there are guidelines for staying away from July 4th celebrations.
“Traditionally, Fourth of July is a time of gathering to celebrate the freedoms this country offers us… “Any public or private events this weekend that include people who do not live together in the same household should not happen. This includes family get-together… “This Independence Day, let’s show our patriotism by protecting one another. Let’s stay apart from those who don’t live with us, and when we’re out, protect one another by wearing a face covering, physically distancing, and washing our hands frequently.”
And burning, rioting and looting.
It remains to be seen if, or how, the state or counties are expected to enforce the ban on singing in houses of worship. Churches were among the most aggressive institutions in pushing back on Newsom’s original stay-at-home order in mid-March. Several sued the governor to overturn the order, saying it violated their First Amendment rights, although none were successful in court.
As they should.
Democrat politicians blatantly showed their bias by keeping houses of worship closed while endorsing race riots.
Article posted with permission from Daniel Greenfield