How can Americans deal with a church that refuses to abide by restrictions to safeguard community from Covid19, having weekly superspreader?
Surely they do not have a right to endanger the people in that city or town, and to kil them. But US supreme court says they cannot be told to reduce attendance for the sake of public safety.
So, what can the people in that town do about that building a super spreader Covid event every Sunday?
The easy solution might be to just "eliminate the building" where this is happening in, right?
I mean its a Constitutional right to defend your life from those who want to kill you, right? Heck even in the bible you have that right.
- SummertimeLv 72 months ago
Republicans are just making a play to distract. They dont give a damn about the Church. God is going to get all of us. But He has something real nice picked out for some of us.
- FoofaLv 72 months ago
They can choose not to attend that event and they can continue staying home and obeying local health ordinances. Much like most of us did when our local governments were approving of large protests with people screaming the streets. As long as one side the political aisle thinks religious services are fine and the other side of it believes shouting at cops is fine the best bet for rational, secular people is to just stay out of these things entirely.
- SumDudeLv 72 months ago
AVOID the grocery stores !! They are also superspreader sites ! P S Most people are not infected, so most places are not superspreaders. [By your logic we should also get rid of hospitals.]