Supreme Court Rules in Opposition to Religious Worship Limits in Colorado, New Jersey

Nick Kangadis | December 16, 2020
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The left’s assault on religious houses of worship took a hit on Tuesday, and (pun very much intended) thank God for that! It doesn’t matter what you believe if you understand that the U.S. Constitution explicitly protects freedom of religion.

Through an unsigned decision on Tuesday, the U.S. Supreme Court issued a ruling that federal courts in both Colorado and New Jersey have to “reexamine state restrictions on indoor religious services to combat the coronavirus in light of the justices' recent ruling in favor of churches and synagogues in New York.” according to the Star Tribune.

The three dissenting liberal judges, led by Obama-appointed Justice Elena Kagan, wrote that the case was “moot” when taking into consideration that Colorado recently changed a public health order “to remove capacity limits from all houses of worship at all times in response to this Court’s recent decisions.”

Kagan was referring to the November Supreme Court decision that prohibited New York from enforcing draconian restrictions limiting the amount of people allowed in said houses of worship.

Maybe — but don’t hold your breath — just maybe people will begin waking up to the realization that politicians, local and federal, have been and will continue to attempt to infringe on American’s rights.

H/T: Daily Caller