Monday, September 28, 2020

Pope Francis endorses coronavirus “vaccines for all”

by Ethan Huff, Natural News:

Offering his take on the government’s response to the Wuhan coronavirus (COVID-19), Pope Francis of the Roman Catholic Church has indicated that he believes all people everywhere should get vaccinated.

In a recent afternoon address, Pope Francis suggested that whatever vaccines are released for the Wuhan coronavirus (COVID-19) need to be made “universal and for all,” rather than be restricted just to certain countries, regions, or people groups.

“It would be sad if we gave priority for the COVID-19 vaccine to the richest people,” he declared. “It would be sad if this vaccine became the property of this or that nation and was not universal and for all.”


by Geoffrey Grinder, Now The End Begins:

In his Wednesday afternoon address, the Argentinian pontiff made his comments in the context of opposing rich countries and people obtaining the COVID vaccine. “It would be sad if we gave priority for the COVID-19 vaccine to the richest people,” Pope Francis declared. “It would be sad if this vaccine became the property of this or that nation and was not universal and for all,” he continued.

DNC delegates drop ‘under God’ from Pledge of Allegiance

by Victor Morton, Washington Times:

At least two caucus meetings at this week’s Democratic National Convention began with recitations of the Pledge of Allegiance that omitted the phrase “under God.”

Two videos posted online — one of the person kicking off a Muslim meeting, and the other starting an LGBT meeting — showed the Pledge being recited incompletely.

“I pledge allegiance to the flag of the United States of America. And to the republic for which it stands. One nation, indivisible, with liberty and justice for all,” delegate A.J. Durrani said at the start of the DNC’s “Muslim Delegates and Allies Assembly.”

Judge Won’t Let L.A. County Shut Down Church Challenging Coronavirus Restrictions

by Michael Tennant, The New American:

A judge denied a Los Angeles County request for a temporary restraining order prohibiting Sun Valley’s Grace Community Church from holding indoor services — a request that was almost certainly in retaliation for the church’s daring to challenge the state’s stay-at-home orders in court.

John MacArthur’s Church Sues California After Being Threatened With Fines And Jail For Indoor Worship Services

by Jon Brown, Daily Wire:

A prominent evangelical church in Los Angeles is suing state and county officials in California after being threatened with fines and jail time for gathering together for indoor worship.

Grace Community Church, which is pastored by John MacArthur, made headlines last month when they resumed in-person assembly in defiance of Democratic California Gov. Gavin Newsom’s renewed lockdown order. MacArthur and the church retained the legal counsel of the Thomas More Society last week after receiving a cease and desist letter from Los Angeles County threatening $1,000 daily fines and imprisonment.


by Geoffrey Grinder, Now The End Begins:

In California, non-religious services are acceptable but religious services are banned. People can receive food, but not take communion. People can be housed overnight, but cannot hold a short worship service, Bible study, or meet for prayer. People can receive counseling to find work but cannot be counseled on finding eternal life. This case is the first in the country where church members and all future attendees are now considered defendants subject to contempt of court for entering a church to WORSHIP.

‘I Wish It Didn’t Have To Come To This’: CA Pastor Defies Restraining Order Against Indoor Church Service

by Jon Brown, Daily Wire:

The pastor of a church in California who was sued by county officials for holding indoor worship services said he intends to disobey a judge’s restraining order and continue holding services anyway.

According to The Ventura County Star, Pastor Rob McCoy of Godspeak Calvary Chapel in Thousand Oaks, California, said on a Saturday evening live stream, “I wish it didn’t have to come to this, I really do, but we will be violating the judge’s order. We will be open this Sunday.”

Phil Robertson: ‘Satanic Mob’ of Democrats Led by ‘Monster’ Joe Biden Want to ‘Get Rid of Jesus’

by Robert Kraychik, Breitbart:

A “satanic mob” of Democrats aligned with former Vice President Joe Biden intend to remove Christianity from America said Phil Robertson, host of BlazeTV’s In the Woods with Phil and author of Jesus Politics: How to Win Back the Soul of America, offering his remarks on Wednesday’s edition of SiriusXM’s Breitbart News Daily with host Alex Marlow.

“A bunch of Democratic thugs” hostile to the Make America Great Again message seek to “make America hate again,” stated Robertson.

Is This a Scene From Nazi Germany? No, It’s the Portland ‘Peaceful Protesters’ Burning Bibles

by Tyler O’Neil, PJ Media:

On the 63rd night of riots in Portland, antifa rioters set a bonfire in front of the federal courthouse. Since they care so much about the death of George Floyd, they decided to burn Bibles. Seriously, they threw copies of the Bible on the fire.

According to Portland Police, hundreds of people gathered in front of the Justice Center to give speeches. At about 10:30 p.m., the speeches ended and people congregated in front of the federal courthouse. “Some lit fires, climbed the fence outside the federal courthouse, threw objects and chanted.” At about 1:30 a.m., rioters started a bonfire in front of the courthouse.

Christians Beware!!! You Will Soon Become the Number One Target of This Present Five-Step Bolshevik Revolution.

by Dave Hodges, The Common Sense Show:

What America Will Look Like Following the Collapse of the Dollar-Five Things You Can Count On Happening. Included in this analysis is the pecking order of persecution and extermination.

The aftermath of an economic collapse can take different forms, however, history demonstrates that there are some universal things you can count on:

Governor blasted for ‘encouraging people to snitch on churchgoers’

from WND:

Churches have felt put out by various city and state restrictions on assemblies during the coronavirus pandemic.