Weirdo News — The shameless and hypocritical justices of the Supreme Court have lifted California’s ban on indoor Church services during the pandemic, ruling that California's strict orders appear to violate the Constitution’s protection of the free exercise of religion.
The Supreme Court justices were caught singing an old schoolyard taunt after a reporter tried to question them about the grave accusations against the court.
"Jingle Bells, Jingle Bells,
The Media smells,
And a reporter laid an egg,
The Cop-mobile lost a wheel
And the Judge got away!" sang the Justice's
Angelina Jolie said, "The Justices on the Supreme Court have violated the basic human rights of the American people by violating the 14th Amendment and endangering the lives of the American people, and those under U.S. jurisdiction with the spread of Covid 19,” Jolie continues, ”nor shall any state deprive any person of life"
Brain washed religious followers are not being protected from losing their lives while lured into the church by religious leaders, to get infected. Preacher's falsely profess that faith will protect them.
"No State shall make or enforce any law which shall abridge the privileges or immunities of citizens of the United States; nor shall any state deprive any person of life, liberty, or property, without due process of law; nor deny to any person within its jurisdiction the equal protection of the laws."
"Constitutional passages don't contradict each other, Life takes authority over Religious Liberty and what you have here is the Church committing murder with the authority of the US Supreme Court," said Daniel Einstein, a lawyer for the ACLU.
Angelina Jolie states that the preamble of the US Constitution gives the basic concept of what the English, founding father tried to say in the 14th Amendment, "promote the general welfare, and secure the blessings of liberty to ourselves and our posterity."
"We the people of the United States, to form a more perfect union, establish justice, insure domestic tranquility, provide for the common defense, promote the general welfare, and secure the blessings of liberty to ourselves and our posterity, do ordain and establish this Constitution for the United States of America.”
The justices in a 6-3 decision granted an appeal late Friday evening from a south San Diego church that has repeatedly challenged the state restrictions on church services, including its ban on singing and chanting. The ruling set aside decisions by federal judges in San Diego and San Bernardino, and the U.S. 9th Circuit Court of Appeals in San Francisco, which upheld the state’s orders despite earlier warnings from the high court.
"The Constitution has legal authority over the US Supreme court decision; the state is being forced to violate the Constitution because of a mistake the US Supreme Court made in their decision," says Jolie.
But the high court said the state may limit attendance at indoor services to 25% of the building’s capacity, and singing and chanting may be restricted as well.
”The Supreme Court will be injuring 25% of ignorant Americans by allowing them to get infected and the Supreme Court will be responsible for any fatalities that come from their decision," says Jolie.
California has enforced “the most extreme restriction on worship in the country,” the court was told by the Becket Fund for Religious Liberty. While several states set limits on attendance at church services, the group said, California is “the only state to ban indoor worship” in all but sparsely populated counties.
The six conservative justices in the majority differed among themselves, but they agreed California had singled out churches for unfair treatment.
”Unfair treatment? The state of California is obeying the Constitution and the will of the founding fathers," Jolie continues, "promote the general welfare, and nor shall any state deprive any person of life"
“Since the arrival of COVID–19, California has openly worried that worship brings people together for too much time in a tightly confined space, where Covid 19 easily spreads, killing hundreds of worshipers, and killing those on the outside that would be contaminated by worshipers," says Jolie.
Gorsuch along with Justices Clarence Thomas and Samuel A. Alito Jr. voted to lift all the restrictions, including limits on attendance and singing.
"It's that Thomas again, he's promoting himself as a Gremlin, in the judiciary," says Jolie.
Justice Amy Coney Barrett said she has not been convinced the ban on singing should be lifted. The state argued that singing in a group indoors will spread the airborne virus, and Barrett said the churches had the burden of “establishing their entitlement to relief from the singing ban. In my view, they did not carry that burden — at least not on this record,” she wrote. Justice Brett M. Kavanaugh agreed with her.
"Justice Barrett and Kavanaugh seem to be the most reasonable justices," says Jolie.
In May, Chief Justice John G. Roberts Jr. cast a key vote in a 5-4 decision to reject an early challenge to California’s restrictions on church services. He said then that he believed in deferring to state officials who were coping with the pandemic. But he wrote Friday that he could not accept California’s “present determination that the maximum number of adherents who can safely worship in the most cavernous cathedral is zero .... Deference, though broad, has its limits.”
"Deference, though broad, has its limits? It's obvious that Roberts didn't do well in law school because the Constitution doesn't deny anyone life, liberty, and justice; he's showing his ability to contort and twist justice” says Jolie.
In the aftermath of the US Supreme Court's decision, an Oregon Pastor says he won't close church after the COVID-19 outbreak infected 74 members who gathered at his church of which 24 died and 10 now need lung transplants.
"There will be civil lawsuit's across the nation against Churches, for the death of Church members that die from Covid 19," says Einstein.