“The SCOTUS has lost its way. We need to fix that.
First, no legitimate self-government in a truly free society can, by definition, tell any business or individual that they are not essential. In a truly free society all are equal*, making this proclamation by the State null and void on its face. That we would accept ANY intrusion in our self-determination of this nature, therefore, is a tacit acceptance of our slavery.
Second, with this in mind, if churches are not essential, government itself is definitely not essential and needs to be thrown off.
After all, what’s more essential than retaining faith, hope, long-suffering, patience, kindness, meekness, and peace in time of crisis?
What’s more essential than unconditional love for all when we are all hurting?
What’s more essential than faith and healing when there are many who are sick or have died?
If church and the worship of God, each in their own way, is not essential, in a nation founded on the principles of unalienable rights granted by the — Creator — then, nothing, absolutely nothing, is essential.
A society that allows the State to tell it that its faith is not essential, is a society that has already self-enslaved.
Carry on, serfs. Throw of the chains of our slavery. Carry on.”
— DM Chaney “Thoughts on Liberty”
“We hold these truths to be self-evident, that all men are created equal, that they are endowed by their Creator with certain unalienable Rights, that among these are Life, Liberty and the pursuit of Happiness.” Declaration of Independence, Preamble.