CN Morning Rundown: State Government Bullying: 'Make No Mistake, This Is a Second Holocaust'

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State Government Bullying: 'Make No Mistake, This Is a Second Holocaust'

Thousands of Orange County residents publicly made their outrage known about the objective of a mandatory vaccination and exploitation of their children by public school and county officials. As a result, both the Orange County Board of Supervisors and the Orange County Board of Education passed resolutions last week by a 4-1 margin, halting local government and bureaucratic encroachment and overreach under the aegis of vaccinations and digital vaccine passports.

Orange County human rights attorney Leigh Dundas addressed in no uncertain terms the despotic hectoring and blue state government bullying: "Make no mistake, this a second holocaust my friends. Hitler did not start by burning people in ovens; that's where he ended. The first thing he did to consolidate power is that he closed 'nonessential' businesses, as did Gov. Newsom in my state [California]. The second thing he did was to close schools because they are the heart of the family.

"He [Hitler] marked the people he didn't like so he could segregate them and discriminate against them ... and do worse. And this week in Orange County, California, the little cattle car came to our town. Hitler started by changing 400 laws in the first 6 years in his reign of power and my governor [Newsom] changed 400 laws in the first 6 months."

Court Drops Charges Against Chicago Churches for COVID Violations

The city of Chicago has dismissed both "disorderly conduct and mob action" citations against Pastor Cristian Ionescu of Elim Romanian Pentecostal Church and Pastor Florin Cimpean of Philadelphia Romanian Church for holding a morning and an evening service on May 17, 2020. The pastors were charged for having more than 10 people in their large sanctuaries for worship.

Liberty Counsel represents Elim Romanian Pentecostal Church and Logos Baptist Ministries, and will file a motion for summary judgment to the lower district court in their federal lawsuit against Illinois Gov. J.B. Pritzker. The churches are returning to the district court with the now overwhelming number of decisions from the Supreme Court and other federal courts of appeal striking down discriminatory executive orders against churches and places of worship.

This past Sunday, Elim Romanian Pentecostal Church dedicated its new building which seats 1200 people. Liberty Counsel vice president of legal affairs and chief litigation counsel Horatio G. Mihet spoke during the morning service and Pastor Ionescu presented him with a plaque in appreciation of Liberty Counsel's defense for the church. Mihet was born and raised in Romania and immigrated to America with his family in 1990.

California Megachurch Pastor Says Obedience to Keep Church Open During Pandemic Made for 'Exciting' Time

During the COVID-19 pandemic, churches in each state in America were faced with incredible, heart-wrenching challenges. But no state, perhaps, suffered through the lockdown more than the state of California under liberal Gov. Gavin Newsom.

Charisma News has published stories on Pastor Ché Ahn's battle with persecution to keep his church, Harvest Rock Church, in Pasadena open to continue to worship God as the Constitution freely allows us. Ahn sued Newsom for banning home Bible studies.

The state of California threatened church officials with fines and jail time, but pastors and churches stood fast through it all until a California district court lifted the ban from indoor worship just recently.

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