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It’s fine to yell at protests, but don’t sing in church

California Governor Gavin Newsom is fine with protestors shouting and chanting in protests numbering hundreds of people, but he is requesting that churches not to do the same.

Yes, Gov. Newsom is apparently so concerned about the spread of COVID that he told churches to not sing or chant during services.

And oh yeah, he is also restricting churches to 25% of their capacity or 100 people what ever is lower.

Daily Wire writes:

Gov. Gavin Newsom (D-CA) has issued new restrictions limiting the reopening of the economy in nearly 20 counties across the Golden State. One of the more controversial measures introduced Thursday will ban singing and chanting at houses of worships, which are already restricted to allowing 25% of guests or just 100 worshippers (whichever is lower). The Sacramento Bee reported that in late May, Newsom simply encouraged houses of worship to “strongly consider discontinuing singing, group recitation, and other practices and performances.” […]

As The Daily Wire’s James Barrett previously reported, the Los Angeles Police Department posted a photo to social media on Wednesday showing thousands of people gathered in Los Angeles to protest various social justice issues. Many of the protesters were not wearing masks and they were not following social distancing guidelines.

READ: Newsom Bans Singing In Houses Of Worship After Downplaying Spread Of Coronavirus At Protests

And oh yeah, a lot of people are tiring of Newsom’s tyrannical and controlling ways. Apparently, July 4th celebrations were discouraged as well, so Californians responded (check the Twitter video below):

The people of Southern California are revolting against @GavinNewsom. My liberal neighbors are fed up with his controlling ways.

— Richard Grenell (@RichardGrenell) July 5, 2020

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