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A federal judge in New York issued a preliminary injunction On Friday saying that Governor Coumo, Mayor DeBlasio and Attorney General Letitia James surpassed their executive limits by supporting mass protest while limiting worship services during the reopening of the state from the coronavirus pandemic.
A preliminary injunction was issued on Friday by U.S. District Judge Gary L. Sharpe on behalf of two Catholic priests and three Orthodox Jewish Congregants. The injunction prohibits Cuomo, DeBlasio or James to enforce any restrictions to the limits of indoor gatherings for the plaintiffs in the case.
“Governor Cuomo and Mayor de Blasio could have just as easily discouraged protests, short of condemning their message, in the name of public health and exercised discretion to suspend enforcement for public safety reasons instead of encouraging what they knew was a flagrant disregard of the outdoor limits and social distancing rules. They could have also been silent. But by acting as they did, Governor Cuomo and Mayor de Blasio sent a clear message that mass protests are deserving of preferential treatment.”
– Judge Gary L Sharpe
Many Americans have questioned why leaders have supported mass gatherings to protest the death of George Floyd but have told small businesses they can’t reopen to feed their families, or seniors can’t have graduation ceremonies or that vacations have to be cancelled.
It seems leaders are not really concerned about the coronavirus but rather having the ability to abuse their power for their own personal gain.