‘Holy Ghost Bartender’ Arrested for Holding Services With Up to 500 Against County Coronavirus Order


 Florida prosperity preacher Rodney Howard-Browne, known for the “Holy Laughter Movement” out of which he referred to himself as the “Holy Ghost bartender,” was arrested on Monday for holding two services with up to 500 people on Sunday despite a county coronavirus order limiting gatherings to 10 people.

Tracing COVID19 hysteria to its roots reveals same cast of characters behind climate-change alarmism: So what’s their end game? – Leo Hohmann

Why are world leaders treating this virus so differently than all the others? There is perhaps no one more qualified to answer that question than Patrick Wood, an economist who has for decades been studying the global technocracy movement [aka sustainable development and green new deal].

Dangerous Trend: Media Blaming Evangelicals For Spreading COVID-19

Prophecy News Watch

Several media organizations are now focusing on how several large megachurches around the country continue to meet, especially in New Orleans where the virus is now considered a “hot spot”.     With President Donald Trump announcing on Sunday that his administration was extending the social distancing guidelines for the entire month of April watch for the focus on churches to continue to get increased scrutiny in the press.