I get excited every time I hear about a pastor fighting the coronavirus hoax – but then I remember that they’re probably doing it because they’re losing a lot of money with churches being closed.
I’ll get excited when one of them says “the killers of Christ were cursed, and they’re trying to inject you with that curse.”
But saying anything is better than saying nothing, I suppose.
As mask mandates continue to be debated across the US, a pastor in Tennessee, known for his opposition to lockdowns and mass vaccination, made it clear that mask-wearers will be removed from his church.
Addressing his congregation on Sunday, the controversial pastor said he was against counties reimposing mask mandates to curb a rise in coronavirus cases. If Mount Juliet, Tennessee, where the Global Vision Bible Church is located, goes through the same regression in policy, pastor Greg Locke claimed he would not be following the reinstated guidance.
“If they go through round two and you start showing up (with) all these masks and all this nonsense, I will ask you to leave,” Locke said to a round of cheers from his congregation. “I will ask you to leave. I am not playing these Democrat games up in this church. If you want social distance, go to the First Baptist Church, but don’t go to this one,” the pastor added, as the congregation gathered in a giant tent erupted in applause.
In a service that was broadcast live on Facebook, Locke went on to criticize fellow pastors for refusing to do services like baptisms out of fear of the virus and its quickly spreading Delta variant.
“I ain’t playing these stupid games,” he said. “A bunch of pastors talking about how much they want to see people heal and they’re afraid to baptize people because of a Delta variant – I’m sick of it.”
Locke said he has no plans on closing even if ordered to.
“They will be serving Frosty’s in hell before we shut this place down,” he promised.
Locke gained national attention last year during Tennessee’s lockdown when he continued holding in-person services while most other churches turned to remote alternatives.
His anti-mask mandate has predictably caused a stir with liberal-leaning users on social media. Some predicted that Locke and his supporters would inevitably catch Covid-19, with one commentator going as far as suggesting that the pastor would die from the virus.
"Less than 12 months later pastor Locke would succumb to the delta varient." https://t.co/J2cpdXCjCd
— Comrade Yoda ✊? (@Chetttttttttttt) July 25, 2021
Oh, Pastor Greg Locke, you and your church are about to get real "sick of it".? https://t.co/Mqst71N19h
— W. Kamau Bell (@wkamaubell) July 26, 2021
This guy ain't begun to be sick of it.https://t.co/KSCSgAsFqS
— Tea Pain (@TeaPainUSA) July 26, 2021
He’s in his forties, so even if you believe in the virus and the fake CDC statistics, his likelihood of dying from it is less than his chances of drowning in a swimming pool, and he’s 30 times more likely to die in a car crash.
Of course, leftists are now so retarded that they celebrate a victory when someone who is against the Virus Regime tests positive for the virus – even if they don’t get sick!
They say “HAHA NOW DO YOU THINK IT’S NOT SERIOUS???” and the person is like “no, actually not, this is exactly what I said.” But they continue to celebrate.
There is no way to disrupt the joy that leftists feel from doing everything the government tells them to do. You can’t prove any point to them.
Which really makes you wonder why Sean Hannity and the rest of the right does nothing, ever, but talk about the left. What is their goal? We know as a matter of fact nothing can ever be proved to a leftist. Their entire reality is based around believing in authority, and worshiping authority, and they get joy from that no matter what.
Have you seen the left’s comedy?
It’s just “worship authority” with a funny voice. There aren’t even any jokes.
For these Republicans, who needs vaccines when you’ve got a DEATH WISH pic.twitter.com/VsYjatjABT
— The Daily Show (@TheDailyShow) July 24, 2021
Why doesn’t the right instead criticize the supposed leaders of the right that side with the left on virtually every issue – including the deadly vaxx?
I can’t believe I’m about to write this.
Sean Hannity is a fantastic messenger here.
Please share this video clip wherever you can, especially to any vaccine-hesitant family members. pic.twitter.com/06cLTvVNjM
— Nick Knudsen ?? (@NickKnudsenUS) July 20, 2021
“NOW IT’S TIME TO BLAME THE UNVACCINATED” says Republican AL Gov. Kay Ivey.
Republicans are beginning to rue the day they injected politics into the fight against COVID. After confusing & convincing their constituents to avoid the vaccine, now they can’t change their minds. pic.twitter.com/JFNT4c8Nah
— Tomthunkit™ (@TomthunkitsMind) July 23, 2021
REPORTER: Would you speak out against people…speaking against the vaccine?
MCCONNELL: I don’t know how I could be any more clearer than I have been…I want to encourage everybody to [get vaccinated] and ignore all of these other voices that are giving demonstrably bad advice. pic.twitter.com/VzykQrx52y
— JM Rieger (@RiegerReport) July 20, 2021
At least Marjorie Taylor Greene is saying something.
I have to say, for the first time ever, I agree with Marge Greene. She says here that Fox ‘News,’ Hannity, and other Republicans only came out for the vaccine this week because the stock market went down. pic.twitter.com/enkASSMtOh
— Ron Filipkowski (@RonFilipkowski) July 26, 2021
I don’t even think that’s true, but she said something critical of Sean Hannity and the Republicans, which means a lot.
She’ll probably apologize because criticizing Wall Street is anti-Semitic, and sixty bajillion unarmed pornographers were turned into lampshades by Adolf Hitler.
Sean Hannity actually did apologize for shilling the vaxx.
Hannity wants everyone to know "I never told anyone to get a vaccine."
So, basically, he wants you all to stop giving him any credit for urging his viewers to get vaxxed. pic.twitter.com/1nr1SYcPqs
— Justin Baragona (@justinbaragona) July 23, 2021