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Barrett's Supreme Court: "Arresting People for Attending Church"?

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Breitbart reported "Idaho Police Arrest 3 at Outdoor Church Worship":

"Officers arrested Gabriel Rench, Rachel Bohnet, and Sean Bohnet, according to Moscow Report, a local independent news outlet. A video uploaded to social media shows Bohnet, a local music teacher, and his wife telling officers they refused to comply with an inaudible order. Moscow Report says the apparent infraction is that they refused to show identification."

"Footage of the couple’s arrest shows the church body singing the hymn “Praise God from Whom All Blessings Flow” as officers place them in handcuffs." [https://www.breitbart.com/faith/2020/09/24/idaho-police-arrest-3-at-outdoor-church-worship-event-in-defiance-of-mask-mandate/?utm_source=feedburner&utm_medium=feed&utm_campaign=Feed%3A+breitbart+%28Breitbart+News%29]

Will an Amy Coney Barrett Supreme Court allow "arresting people for attending church"?

Lawyer Robert Barnes who deals in civil, criminal and constitutional law reports that "Justices Alito, Gorsuch, Kavanaugh & Thomas... refutes and directly disagrees w/ the #Barrett pro-lockdown decision":

Read the excellent opinion by Justices Alito, Gorsuch, Kavanaugh & Thomas, that refutes and directly disagrees w/ the #Barrett pro-lockdown decision: "it is a mistake to take language in Jacobson as the last word on what the Constitution allows." supremecourt.gov/opinions/19pdf [https://twitter.com/Barnes_Law]

However, it appears that Amy Coney Barrett and John Roberts are in agreement on the "pro-lockdown decision."

Is Barrett another Roberts who will allow "arresting people for attending church"?

On Twitter, WindTalker put it best on the irony of "the police are NOT going to protect our cities from rioting, looting and... arresting peaceful churchgoers":

WindTalker
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Well, since
WindTalker
@nmlinguaphile
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Well, since the police are NOT going to protect our cities from rioting, looting and mayhem, at least arresting people for attending church gives “law” enforcement something to do. Much less work arresting peaceful churchgoers too. Such “brave” officers. twitter.com/michaelcoudrey… [https://twitter.com/mrtnzfred], looting and mayhem, at least arresting people for attending church gives “law” enforce
WindTalker
@nmlinguaphile
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Well, since the police are NOT going to protect our cities from rioting, looting and mayhem, at least arresting people for attending church gives “law” enforcement something to do. Much less work arresting peaceful churchgoers too. Such “brave” officers. twitter.com/michaelcoudrey… [https://twitter.com/mrtnzfred]ment something to do. Much less work arresting peaceful churchgoers too. Such “brave” officers. twitter.com/michaelcoudrey… [Retweet: https://twitter.com/mrtnzfred]

Pray an Our Father now for the restoration of the Mass and the Church as well as for the Triumph of the Kingdom of the Sacred Heart of Jesus and the Immaculate Heart of Mary.

 

 

Comments

Maria Ramirez said…
I totally agree with you Fred, but we must not fear. As you are doing, get the word out,so that the faithful can pray that our Lord appoint the person of his choosing and let Trump know that Barrett is a wolf in sheeps clothing.

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