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Chills. Literal chills.
Since church wasn’t considered essential, Christian worshippers decided to take their faith to an essential location to worship God, and it went viral. Faith in humanity–restored. I think people underestimate the power of coming together in unity.
This is such a powerful video, you have to check it out.
This is brilliant, a church was not allowed to worship because of buracrats decree so they went to a Walmart to do it pic.twitter.com/nTeqoqPSLE
— Luke Rudkowski (@Lukewearechange) August 6, 2020
The video below was reportedly recorded by a woman named Nancy Halford, a Walmart employee in North Versailles, Pennsylvania, who stopped what she was doing to join the singing and record the event. The video was originally recorded on June 26, but is just now going viral. The 15 minute video has racked up 1.1 million views.
This came almost three months after Democrat Gov. Tom Wolf, on April 3, told houses of worship they were not essential.
For religion being such a front that the Democrats hide behind, you wouldn’t think they would be so blatant with their fascism. However, I never said they were smart with their execution.
“Individuals should not gather in religious buildings or homes for services or celebrations until the stay-at-home order is lifted,” he said.
Gathering to practice one’s religion, funerals for your loved ones, and Trump rallies… all super, super deadly, you guys.
But crowding in a grocery store like a herd of cattle is totally okay…
Oh, and rioting. Don’t forget the rioting. But wear your mask whilst vandalizing, mmmkay?
Just try to wrap your mind around the fact that one of America’s major political parties — the Democrats, duh — as well as the corporate media — want to shut down our church but protect abortion clinics and marijuana dispensaries as “essential.”
They want to protect the right to gather to loot and riot and burn, even as they use the fascist power of the State to strip us of our First Amendment right to gather together and worship.