The coronavirus outbreak is still hovering over American life.
It tanked the economy and upended the election.
William Barr jumped in when he saw a horrifying coronavirus threat.
California’s Gov. Gavin Newsom admitted they were not going to try and get back to normal.
The radical left has seen this coronavirus disaster as the perfect chance to make permanent changes.
Before, the Democrats were trying to use climate change as an excuse to change every aspect of American life.
Now with coronavirus there is an actual crisis and they want to make the most of it.
“We’re not going back to normal,” Newsom said during a press briefing in early May. “It’s a new normal with adaptations and modifications, until we get to immunity and a vaccine.”
The new normal that Newsom is looking at is a normal without church services.
California has decided that church services are high risk while schools and childcare facilities are low risk.
Anyone who thinks that church services are more germ infested than childcare facilities has never seen a childcare facility.
Children have no idea of social distancing and parents routinely send children that are sick to school because they can’t afford to take the time off.
Many parents have been without work for months and they just can’t afford to stay at home any longer so even with the coronavirus this trend is unlikely to change.
The state of California isn’t looking at how to stop the spread of coronavirus; they’re evaluating decisions based on what they think the most important parts of society are.
The government shouldn’t be making those choices for us.
If the government wants to say that no more than 50 people can gather in one place at a time that’s allowable.
However that’s not what the states are doing.
Minnesota’s Democrat governor just said 50 people are allowed to gather in outdoor seating for restaurants but churches can’t have more than 10 no matter what the setting.
The government is picking the winners and the losers.
William Barr just warned Newsom that his current ban on churches puts an “unfair burden” on them.
“Simply put, there is no pandemic exception to the U.S. Constitution and its Bill of Rights,” wrote Eric Dreiband, the lead attorney on a team that Barr put together to protect religious freedom during the coronavirus lockdowns.
Governor Newsom does not have the power to keep what he feels are “essential businesses ” open while houses of worship are shut down.
“This facially discriminates against religious exercise,” Dreiband continued. “California has not shown why interactions in offices and studios of the entertainment industry, and in-person operations to facilitate nonessential ecommerce, are included on the list as being allowed with social distancing where telework is not practical, while gatherings with social distancing for purposes of religious worship are forbidden, regardless of whether remote worship is practical or not.”
The shutdowns were implemented to flatten the curve and make sure that the hospital system doesn’t get overwhelmed.
The Democrat governors keep moving the standards even though not a single health system is currently in danger.