‘Let Us Worship’ founder calls out California leaders’ coronavirus lockdown hypocrisy

By Caleb Parke | Fox News

Sean Feucht, a worship leader and founder of “Hold the Line,” is calling on Christians to rise up in defiance against “double standard” coronavirus restrictions.

Thousands of Californians have been attending his “Let Us Worship” protests across the state after Gov. Gavin Newsom banned singing in churches at the beginning of July due to a rise in coronavirus cases. Spanning several weeks, Feucht has met with local pastors and leaders, from the Golden Gate Bridge to a beach in San Diego, where on Sunday more than 5,000 people gathered.

“It’s not just beaches,” Feucht told “Fox & Friends” co-host Pete Hegseth Thursday. “We’re going under bridges, we’re meeting in fields, really anywhere we can gather and spread out and worship, we’re finding those places. It’s summertime in California, it’s just such an amazing movement that we’ve seen so much momentum on.”

Hegseth asked why churches have been deemed nonessential and things like singing have been banned while protests and riots are allowed to go on in cities across the nation.

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