AUDIO & VIDEO: When Tyranny Masquerades as Safety

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Jan Markell visits with two pastors: Jack Hibbs and Mark Henry.  When despair is in the air, we need our churches. Yet tyranny has entered the church via government demands and restrictions.  How far do we let this go before we push back? Or is our love for safety and security trumping everything?  We use the mobile app found at OnePlace.com.

Pentagon puts military police on alert to go to Minneapolis

Minneapolis Star Tribune

 The Pentagon took the rare step of ordering the Army to put several active-duty U.S. military police units on the ready to deploy to Minneapolis, where the police killing of George Floyd sparked the widespread protests.  Soldiers from Fort Bragg in North Carolina and Fort Drum in New York have been ordered to be ready to deploy within four hours…..

Chief Justice John Roberts Sides with Liberal Justices as Supreme Court Rules in Favor of Restrictions on Religious Services

Breitbart

In his dissent, Kavanaugh argued that “comparable secular businesses” such as supermarkets, stores, hair salons, and marijuana dispensaries were not subject to the same restrictions as churches.   “The church and its congregants simply want to be treated equally to comparable secular businesses,” Kavanaugh wrote

Contact Tracing: Your governors, red or blue, are coming after you – Leo Hohmann

These were just two of the foot soldiers in an army of 4,000 “contact tracers” hired by Republican Gov. Greg Abbott, according to the Houston Chroniclewho signed a $295 million contract with Albany, New York-based MTX Group Inc., which partners with Google and SalesForce to data-mine the public and store their data forever in the Google Cloud.

The ‘New Normal Messiah’, Rev. Dr. Anthony Fauci

Canada Free Press

The question no one’s asking is: Given that bars and other centers of commerce are now up and running, was Fauci’s mission in the coronavirus scare intended to shut down all churches from the get-go?

For the few churches that may remain open under enforced social distancing and mask wearing for attendees, receiving Holy Communion is too risky—even if it involves only the distribution of Holy Communion without the cup.  In other words, you are safe as the proverbial church in a bar where doctors like Fauci say you aren’t likely to catch the virus—but more likely to expose yourself to it when receiving the Body of Jesus Christ.