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Strip clubs to reopen in California, while churches remain locked down

Strip clubs to reopen in California, while churches remain locked down

On Monday's show, Pat discussed a temporary injunction on behalf of two adult entertainment establishments that allow the clubs to operate despite statewide COVID-19 lockdowns. Meanwhile, churches remain closed.

In October, the owners of Pacers Showgirls International and Cheetahs Gentlemen's Club filed a lawsuit against the county claiming that public health orders violated the businesses' constitutional rights of due process and equal protection under the law.

According to a report, San Diego Judge Joel R. Wohlfeil ordered a temporary injunction that stops "any government entity or law enforcement officer from enforcing the provisions of the cease-and-desist orders."

Pat explained the problem is less about strip clubs being allowed to operate and more about churches being forced to remain closed,

Watch the video for the full story.

California Reopens Strip Clubs BEFORE Churches?youtu.be

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