Mayor Louisville, KY, Greg Fischer ordered police to harass church-goers on Easter Sunday at churches that are holding services during the coronavirus pandemic and planned to hold service on Easter Sunday by following them and writing down their license-plate numbers. The police were ordered to do this for churches that are holding services either inside or in the parking lot.
Christians are clearly being singled out during this pandemic by leftists activist politicians who are spending their efforts going after Christians — even if they’re following the CDC guidelines for social distancing — while leaving abortion clinics, liquor stores, and other clearly non-essential services alone.
One federal judge at least has some common sense and appreciation for the Constitution of the United States as he issued a restraining order against Mayor Fischer and the City of Louisville warning them that the move was unconstitutional. The full text of the restraining order can be seen at this link.
The restraining order reads, rightfully so, that the government of Louisville “plans to substantially burden their religious practice on one of the most important holidays of the Christian calendar, Easter Sunday,” hence the need for this restraining order. The ruling can be read below.
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