Prominent networks ignore arson attack against Mississippi church and rubbish President Trump instead
In this photo provided by the Marshall County Sheriff’s Office embers smolder at what remains of the First Pentecostal Church in Holly Springs on Wednesday the 20th of May. The following Thursday, Mississippi Governor Tate Reeves condemned the church fire that’s currently being investigated as an arson attack. The church was burned down about a month after it filed a lawsuit challenging city restrictions on gatherings amid the coronavirus pandemic.
Showing their discontent for religious liberty and penchant for just being close-minded, the Thursday evening newscasts of ABC, CBS, and NBC refused to cover the Mississippi church that was burned to the ground on Wednesday in an arson attack. Instead, all three of them “threw a hissy fit” because President Trump wasn’t wearing a mask for part of his visit to a Michigan Ford factory, which was making ventilators.
As was reported by en.s4c.news yesterday, a Mississippi church that is legally defending its right to stay open during the coronavirus shutdown, was destroyed by fire on Wednesday, according to local officials. It was also reported that someone spray-painted graffiti on the First Pentecostal Church of Holly Springs, including a message that read, “I bet you stay home now you hypokrits [sic].”
Some media outlets have also declared that Churches across the country have been struggling to stay open amid the shutdown, pointing to how abortion facilities are allowed to keep killing unborn babies in elective abortions but pastors cannot hold services – supposedly because it could affect people’s health.
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