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Federal Judge Invalidates Louisville Mayor’s Order to Profile Christians for Worshiping on Easter

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A federal judge has invalidated the order of the Louisville, Ky., Mayor to profile churchgoers on Easter Sunday to potentially punish them for celebrating the Resurrection of Christ.

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U.S. District Judge Justin Walker, who was appointed to the bench by President Donald Trump, rebuked Louisville Mayor Greg Fischer in his decision that he issued on Saturday. He issued a temporary restraining order (TRO) against Fischer that prevented him from intimidating and harassing Christians on their holiest of days.

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“On Holy Thursday, an American mayor criminalized the communal celebration of Easter. That sentence is one that this Court never expected to see outside the pages of a dystopian novel, or perhaps the pages of The Onion. But two days ago, citing the need for social distancing during the current pandemic, Louisville’s Mayor Greg Fischer ordered Christians not to attend Sunday services, even if they remained in their cars to worship – and even though it’s Easter,” Judge Walker wrote in his opinion on Saturday.

“The Mayor’s decision is stunning,” he added. “And it is, “beyond all reason,” unconstitutional.”

The request for the TRO came from On Fire Christian Church, who sued Fischer and the Louisville city government alleging massive constitutional violations pertaining to religious liberty. Judge Walker agreed wholeheartedly with their argument.

Because of Judge Walker’s decision, the Louisville city government is now officially banned from “enforcing; attempting to enforce; threatening to enforce; or otherwise requiring compliance with any prohibition on drive-in church services at On Fire.” Many Kentucky residents and individuals in other states plan to attend drive-in church services in order to protect themselves during worship services on Easter Sunday.

On Friday, Fischer announced that churchgoers would be profiled and potentially be subject to sanctions if they attended worship services on Easter Sunday. He was instructing law enforcement to take down the license plate numbers of people congregating at church so they could be identified and possibly punished by the state for professing their faith.

“If we allowed this in Louisville, we’d have hundreds of thousands of people driving around the city Sunday, and boy, the virus would just love that,” Fischer said to justify his decision to steamroll over the 1st Amendment of the Constitution.

“If they’re out, they clearly don’t understand the danger of congregating and being out,” he added.

Unfortunately for Fischer, a rule-of-law judge prevented him from implementing tyranny over his town. President Donald Trump’s remaking of the courts is paying dividends and protecting the rights of the people during the coronavirus pandemic.

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CRUNKPAC: Pro-MAGA Rapper Debuts Roger Stone as His Hype Man at Impromptu Concert in Orlando

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Freed and exonerated political operative Roger Stone served as a hype man for a pro-Trump rapper performing outside of the Conservative Political Action Conference (CPAC) in Orlando, Fla. this weekend.

Stone was the hype man for rhyme-spitter MC TRUMPISTHECHOSENONE as they appeared in front of a truck with Trump as John Rambo painted on the side of the vehicle. Stone did his trademark peace signs, a tribute to his fellow political prisoner, the late former President Richard Nixon, who was also pardoned by a Republican president after being set up by deep state forces.

Some of the footage can be seen here:

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TMZ noted that MC TRUMPISTHECHOSENONE’s lyrics were relatively controversial, celebrating the patriots involved in the infamous mostly-peaceful protest that occurred on Jan. 6 in and around the U.S. Capitol.

Big League Politics has reported on Stone’s conversion to Christianity as he endured the trials and tributions throughout his federal railroading:

Recently commuted political operative Roger Stone has two men to thank for his newfound freedom: President Donald Trump, and, more importantly, Jesus Christ.

Stone has been involved in political dirty tricks throughout his career and has never been a member of the Christian Right, to put it mildly, but his attempted railroading has caused him to become close to Jesus Christ and discover his faith.

He told CBN News about how he attended an outdoor church service in Florida held by Franklin Graham in January. This was during a low point of his life, and Stone finally summoned the courage to accept Christ as his savior.

“At that moment, I felt the calling,” Stone said. “I stood up with 500 other people. I wasn’t the slightest bit embarrassed. I confess that I was a sinner. I repeated a pledge that he recited, and it was as if a cement block was lifted off my chest. I can’t even explain it.”

“I was never scared. I was never worried. I was completely confident that the Lord would guide the president to do the right thing,” he added.

Although Stone admits to being part of some shady operations throughout his political career, he does not consider his involvement in Trump’s presidential victory in 2016 being among them. He maintains that he behaved with integrity and told the truth while helping push Trump to the White House.

“I don’t regret anything that I did in 2016 because I didn’t break the law,” Stone said to CBN News. “They wanted me to lie, to bear false witness against the president in return for some kind of leniency.”

Stone claims that his newfound faith has made him at peace with the situation, and he does not seek vengeance against the deep state, fake news, and Democrat Party hacks who tried to destroy his life.

“Here’s the big difference. In the old days, I would have wanted revenge. I would have wanted to take revenge against every one of them but now I’ve realized that vengeance is God’s, it’s not mine,” he said.

“I no longer am obsessed with the Sicilian concept of revenge, which generally speaking is a dish that tastes best when eaten cold,” Stone added.

Even though Stone is an adherent in Jesus Christ, he is still not opposed to getting crunk when the time is right, and the time was certainly right at CPAC with Trump supporters flexing their muscle and exerting their dominance over the Republican Party.

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