BREAKING: Louisiana Supreme Court Sides with Pastor Tony Spell – Agrees that COVID Orders Violated His Freedom of Religion – All Charges Dropped (VIDEO)

BREAKING: Louisiana Supreme Court Sides with Pastor Tony Spell – Agrees that COVID Orders Violated His Freedom of Religion – All Charges Dropped (VIDEO)


There was a huge win for the Constitutional right to freedom of religion on Friday.

The Louisiana Supreme Court sided today in favor of Pastor Tony Spell who continued to hold church services in defiance of Dr. Tony Fauci and Governor John Bel Edwards during the COVID pandemic in the spring of 2020.

Dr. Fauci urged state leaders to place significant restrictions on US churches to stop the spread of the Coronavirus.

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The Louisiana Supreme Court ruled that the restrictions on gatherings and the stay-at-home mandate Edwards imposed were unconstitutional as they applied to Spell. The ordered charges against Pastor Spell to be dropped.

Here is the Louisiana Supreme Court ruling released today.

Louisiana Supreme Court Sides with Pastor Tony Spell – Agrees

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