President Trump Orders Governors to Open Churches: “In America, We Need More Prayer Not Less”

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President Trump Orders Governors to Open Churches: “In America, We Need More Prayer Not Less”

After weeks of Democrat governors discriminating agaisnt churches by keeping them closed by letting abortion clinics stay open to kill unborn children, President trump issued an order today declaring churches “essential” and ordering governors to let them reopen. The president announced that a new CDC classification declares churches “essential” and he announced the new policy today at a White House briefing.

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President Trump Orders Governors to Open Churches: “In America, We Need More Prayer Not Less” https://t.co/KmPoaWrnydpic.twitter.com/p5jKtQCyGS— LifeNews.com (@LifeNewsHQ) May 22, 2020

CNN Slams President Trump for Reopening Churches: He Doesn’t Care About “Human Life”

CNN journalists showed what they really thought about religious freedom in this country following Friday’s White House press briefing. After President Trump announced that churches and houses of worship were “essential” and should be allowed to reopen, a CNN panel of Democrats, led by host Brianna Keilar, reacted in outrage, calling it “dangerous.”

White House Press Secretary Kayleigh McEnany Slams Media: You “Desperately” Want Churches to Stay Closed

White House Press Secretary Kayleigh McEnany poked fun at White House reporters Friday, saying that she found it interesting to be in a room “that desperately wants” churches to stay closed. “Boy, it’s interesting to be in a room that desperately wants to seem to see these churches and houses of worship stay closed,” McEnany said during a press briefing Friday.

Nevada Governor: People Can Shop at Stores and Get Abortions But Not Go to Church

Alliance Defending Freedom attorneys representing a church filed a federal lawsuit Friday against Nevada Gov. Steve Sisolak and other state officials for allowing restaurants and stores to operate at 50% capacity while continuing to restrict churches to gatherings of less than 10 people as part of the state’s reopening plans during the coronavirus pandemic.