Tyranny in Kentucky: Church Goers Face Off Against Police and Nails

I can understand that police are trying to do their job to ensure the safety of everyone in their communities, but there is a line that can be crossed between safety and tyranny, and that line is being crossed.

Police are too consumed with trying to enforce the letter of the law rather than the spirit or principle of the law. They need to ask themselves, "What is the purpose of this law exactly?" If it's to keep people at a safe distance from one another, and they can do so by parking in the parking lot at church for a service, so be it.

But they're doing everyone more harm than good.

Now in Kentucky, the police decided to take down license plate numbers for everyone who attended a church service on Easter Sunday.

As hymns sang out Easter Sunday from a large outdoor speaker overlooking the Maryville Baptist Church parking lot, two Kentucky State troopers placed quarantine notices on parishioners' cars and wrote down their license numbers.

Inside the church, roughly 50 worshipers ignored Gov. Andy Beshear's order against mass gatherings during the coronavirus pandemic so they could attend services together on Christianity's holiest day.

Several said as they left that they had no intention of abiding by the notice on their windshields that called for a 14-day self-quarantine or face the threat of "further enforcement measures."

Beshear said Sunday that those who received notices will get a letter "asking them to self-quarantine."

"No one is being charged with anything," he said.

As if this wasn't bad enough already, the pastor of the church said that when he got there, he found nails poured out at all of the entrances to the parking lot.

I have a simple take on the whole matter:

People should be gathering for church right now, full stop.

I am a very dedicated Christian and I understand why people are upset about it, but if you're risking exposing your fellow church-goer to a virus that is an actual pandemic, then love thy neighbor and keep away for the time being.

However, "Congress shall make no law respecting an establishment of religion, or prohibiting the free exercise thereof; or abridging the freedom of speech, or of the press; or the right of the people peaceably to assemble, and to petition the Government for a redress of grievances."

The government has no right to tell a church that they can't gather and if there is no law, then the police shouldn't be there trying to scare people.

Courier Journal

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