The Supreme Court issuing an injunction that New York governor Andrew Cuomo cannot enforce his new occupancy limits on religious institutions in his state—new justice Amy Coney Barrett casting the deciding vote. Similar decisions before she came to the Court in California and Nevada went the other way. … Governor Andrew Cuomo has come under some fire and there’s been some backlash [in New York] to the restrictions that are being imposed, not just on businesses and closing schools here in New York City of course, well now we have this injunction overnight from the U.S. Supreme Court in a 5-4 decision, essentially blocking some of the stricter limits on houses of worship.
Supreme Court Blocks New York COVID-19 Restrictions on Houses of Worship
Published November 30, 2020 | Best in Video
Personally, I think the Supreme Court got this one wrong. I feel it is only going to contribute the spread of this deadly Virus, which is very sad.
It’s time to wake up to the fact that this virus is not deadly. Its mortality rate is not much worse than the flu. The continued lockdowns with their effect on the economy and normal human function–that’s what’s deadly. What’s going to happen to all the children of all the laid off workers? The children of all the business owners who were forced to close their businesses? Enough is enough.
Deadly? Please. The survival rate is 99 percent! I know of two people who have died of cancer in the past months (actually one died from the poisonous chemicals called ‘treatment for cancer”), now that is way more deadly than some virus that has been blown out of proportion from the agenda-driven controlled media. If you get all your information from liars, how are you going to know the truth? You won’t. And all the so called ‘independent’ news media sources have been extinct for a long time.
Thank God, Amy Barrett is a God fearing citizen. Maybe God helped her get into the Supreme Court.
Marene E. Mayer, even a virus should not take away a freedom guaranteed to us by the Constitution. The Founders didn’t say we have unalienable rights unless there’s a sickness going around.