NEW YORK CITY: Tens of thousands of people were permitted to gather for a protest outside the Brooklyn Museum on Eastern Parkway, to rally against racial discrimination.
But the hundreds of contact tracing workers hired by the city under de Blasio’s new “test and trace” campaign have been instructed not to ask anyone who’s tested positive for COVID-19 whether they recently attended a demonstration or protest.
Meanwhile, Jewish children are being singled out for having had the unmitigated gall to PROTEST against continued city restrictions on playgrounds and parks.
CLICK [1:00] to see NYC workers WELD SHUT the gates of a playground used primarily by Jewish children while parks in other parts of NYC have been untouched.
NEW YORK: Approximately 2,500 offenders were released from Rikers early, supposedly to protect them from getting COVID-19.
At least 250 of them have been arrested 450 times for re-offending … so far.
NEW YORK: Two Catholic priests from upstate New York and a trio of Orthodox Jewish congregants from Brooklyn have filed a federal lawsuit against New York’s Governor Andrew Cuomo, his Attorney General Letitia James, and New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio for violation of civil rights by prejudicial orders and selective enforcement.
Specifically, they charge these three with violating the plaintiffs’ rights to free exercise of religion, freedom of speech, assembly and expressive association, and due process, under the First and Fourteenth Amendments to the U.S. Constitution.
Governor Cuomo is also accused of acting against New York state law and the New York State Constitution.
FLORIDA: Florida State University’s Student Senate President Jack Denton was removed from office over comments he made in private group chats that were deemed “transphobic” and “racist.”
Denton is Catholic. All he did was warn his peers that several positions of the Black Lives Matter movement and the ACLU run counter to Catholic teaching on abortion, transgenderism, and homosexuality, which is true.
SCOTUS: Republican-appointed Justices John Roberts and Neil Gorsuch joined the U.S. Supreme Court’s liberals Monday in dealing a drastic blow to religious liberty in this country.
The court ruled 6-3 that longstanding anti-discrimination law should be reinterpreted to cover homosexuality and gender confusion.
Justices Samuel Alito and Clarence Thomas dissented, panning the majority opinion as “legislation” written under the “deceptive” guise of “interpreting a statute,” reminding the majority that the court’s duty “is limited to saying what the law is” rather than adding to it.
Trump’s other appointee, Justice Brett Kavanaugh, wrote his own dissenting opinion, in which he noted that the “responsibility to amend Title VII belongs to Congress and the President in the legislative process, not to this Court.”
VACCINES: Currently, New York, California, Mississippi, West Virginia, and Maine deny all vaccine exemptions based on religious belief. And legislators in Illinois and Colorado are pushing to do so as well.
If passed, the Colorado bill would force all doctors and medical staff to give vaccinations, even if they are in a situation where they believe it would not be in that child’s best interest.
In addition, parents who want a different vaccination schedule than what the state demands could only get an exemption if they complete re-education classes.
Making vaccines mandatory is a direct attack on our God-given, constitutionally protected religious liberty.
CZECH REPUBLIC: On November 3, 1918, an angry mob destroyed a 17th-century statue of the Mother of God that had stood atop a column since Emperor Ferdinand III erected it in thanksgiving for the end of the siege of Prague by the Swedish army.
This month, an exact replica was erected to “the singing of Marian songs, the ringing of bells on the tower of the Mother of God in front of Týn [Church] and the applause of the people present.”
PLANNED PARENTHOOD: Three Christian universities have decided to stop promoting Planned Parenthood to students after receiving information from Students for Life Action. Lubbock Christian University replaced the Planned Parenthood information with a link to a local pro-life pregnancy center.
Students for Life of America has over 1,200 pro-life student groups at high schools and colleges across the nation. Each is actively working to change hearts and minds on abortion and nearly 100,000 students have been trained to share the pro-life message effectively.
According to Students for Life’s research, 79% of all abortion businesses are located within five miles of a college.