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 Worship transmits virus particles?

Democrat-dominated Santa Clara County, California, used spies to infiltrate North Valley Baptist Church and fined the church $10,000 when they caught worshipers singing during indoor religious services.

“The county understands that singing is an intimate and meaningful component of religious worship. However, public health experts have also determined that singing together in close proximity and without face coverings transmits virus particles further in the air than breathing or speaking quietly,” reads a four-page letter from the county that was posted to the front door of the church, according to The Christian Post


Protesters who shout chants and songs  don’t transmit virus particles?

Various left-wing protests have taken place in the county. And while it’s not clear if the county sent spies in to also “monitor” the lefties (highly doubtful), angry protesters have sung, chanted, shouted, and spittled as they express their hatred for the police and contempt for America.

Radical Agenda?

In California, the left-wing radical agenda is so important that the state has refused to place and enforce any limitations on protesters, even when the protests have turned violent. In early July, the state banned singing and chanting during both indoor and outdoor religious services but issued no similar order regarding protests.

“Practices and performances present an increased likelihood for transmission of Covid-19 through contaminated exhaled droplets and should occur through alternative methods like internet streaming,” the July order from the California Department of Public Health stated.

Can’t the protesters use “alternative methods like internet streaming?” Why is it only at church services that chanting and singing can spread the virus? Why aren’t protesters being told to stop chanting and singing?

Pastor pleads for right to spiritually help his community.

In a video posted on Facebook, Senior Pastor Jack Trieber pleaded with Gov. Gavin Newsom (D) to let up on his restrictions limiting worship.

“We’re good neighbors,” the pastor said. “We’re trying to do everything possible. We’re trying to help poor people. We’re trying to help the needy. We’re trying to help people that are sick.”

After acknowledging the county health director is in charge of the public’s health, the pastor pointed out that he is in charge of spiritual health. 

“Though health is [of the] utmost importance, spiritual health is supreme. Because we’ve been locked out in this county of churches, suicide is up, domestic violence, addiction is up, homelessness is up, alcoholism is up. We need to get back to worshiping God. I am commanded to worship God,” the pastor said.

Instead of paying spies to monitor Christians, why don’t Santa Clara leaders use their resources to tackle the homelessness and violent crime pandemics plaguing their county?

Interesting stats out today for USA

The Center for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) website disclosed the shockingly small number of people who died from only the Wuhan coronavirus, with no other cause of death mentioned.

Hold on to your hat because here it is: out of the 161,392 deaths in the CDC data, just six percent, about 9,700 deaths, were attributed to the coronavirus alone.

According to the CDC, the other 94 percent had an average of 2.6 additional conditions or causes of deaths, such as heart disease, diabetes, and sepsis. – townhall.-shockingly-small-number-of-people-who-died

– Centre for Disease Control and Prevention-


The Christian Post

– Centre for Disease Control and Prevention-

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