Are Churches Essential/News Round-Up

Date:  April 3, 2020  
Host:  Jim Schneider  
​Guest:  Mat Staver
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Mat Staver is a constitutional attorney, founder and chairman of Liberty Counsel.

During the first quarter hour, Mat detailed the circumstances surrounding a Florida church whose pastor was arrested Monday.  His arrest took place by the same sheriff that last Thursday met with the church by conference call to tell them they could meet.  

This church simply can’t be duplicated on a podcast because they feed 900 people each week while also providing free diapers, clothes and counseling.  They also minister in areas of the inner city that police don’t even go to. In order to continue, they took significant measures at their church to protect the health and wellness of the people.  

Here’s a sample of news items from the ‘Round-Up’ portion of the program:

–32 police officers broke up a birthday party for a one-year-old after responding to a report of violation of social distancing orders.

–The New York attorney general is calling on states not to restrict abortion access amid the coronavirus pandemic.

–The U.N. wants 10% of the entire planet’s annual income for coronavirus response.

–The World Health Organization spends twice as much on travel as it does on medical supplies according to its most recent financial report.

–China allows ‘wet markets’ to reopen.

–The coronavirus may be strengthening the determination of China’s government to guarantee absolute loyalty from its populace through surveillance technology.

–A classified U.S. intelligence report to the White House revealed China has hidden the extent of the coronavirus outbreak in its nation. 

–The FDA updated their guidance to address the urgent need for blood during the coronavirus pandemic.

–An openly homosexual and anti-Christian New York state senator has condemned Franklin Graham and Samaritan’s Purse for wanting to treat coronavirus patients.

–A ventilator shortfall story on a TV news network leads people to believe the footage was from New York City when it was actually from Italy.    

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