Ron DeSantis To Sign Bill Declaring Religious Services Essential During States Of Emergency
· · Jun 22, 2022 ·
Florida Governor’s Press Office

Many cities and states during the 2020 pandemic panic went out of their way to try to shut down churches and religious services while simultaneously allowing liquor stores to stay open.

This comes from a warped view of what is considered "essential."

Florida's absolute Chad of a governor, Ron DeSantis, has decided that this is not going to be foisted upon Floridians the next time the government tries to shut everything down.

Florida's legislature just sent the governor SB 254, which would classify all religious services as essential in an emergency.

The bill does allow for an exception that, basically, if EVERYTHING is shut down then churches can be as well. But if there are any entities allowed to open, churches will also be allowed to meet for religious services and events.

Every state that cares about liberty and the fear of God needs to adopt this!

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