American’s loss of privacy and liberty during the coronavirus pandemic is unprecedented. A conservative spokesman is cautioning Americans that those losses could be permanent.
States and local municipalities are telling churches they can’t meet – and in some cases, that they can’t even gather in the parking lot in separate cars. Kentucky’s Democratic governor, Andy Beshear, has shuttered churches, closed public parks, and put in travel restrictions. In Michigan, Governor Gretchen Whitmer – also a Democrat – has banned sales of plants, seeds, and garden equipment; and she has micromanaged what kind of watercraft are allowed on lakes in her state. (See earlier story)