California Pastor's Passionate Plea to Gavin Newsom: 'Enough Is Enough'
Weathering rain, hail and heat, one congregation in Santa Clara, California, along with thousands of faith communities, has obediently followed all unconstitutional decrees to stay home and not attend in-person church service.
Over 52 Sundays—365 drawn-out days—thousands of believers have been blocked and banned from worship with their faith families. Their First Amendment rights seem to have disappeared in the not-so-Golden State.
Enough is enough, Pastor Jack Trieber of North Valley Baptist Church says to Gov. Gavin Newsom.
The church restrictions have gone on long enough. The borderline tyrannical efforts of Newsom to shutter church doors while other businesses like liquor stores are deemed "essential" need to stop.
Trieber implores Gov. Newsom, "We have a 3,000-seat auditorium that sits empty."
"We gave you last Easter.
"We gave you Mother's Day, Father's Day; we gave you July Fourth; we gave you Labor Day; we gave you all the summer, we gave you all the spring.
"Enough is enough, sir."
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