Sean Feucht Proves Critics Wrong, Points Out Not a Single Attendee of Nashville Worship Rally Contracted COVID-19

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Christian evangelist and worship leader Sean Feucht said that Metro Nashville Mayor John Cooper could not trace a single coronavirus case to his Let Us Worship prayer rally on October 11.

Feucht on Thursday posted on his public Facebook page, “Nashville Mayors Office today confirms ZERO new cases tracked to our #LetUsWorship. (and they looked real hard too). Someone tell the squad at @rollingstone @cnn @abcnews @nbcnews @cbsnews PLS.”

He continued, “Sorry you bold worshippers endured so much backlash from this – BUT LOOK souls saved, bodies healed and HOPE RESTORED for thousands that day! We ensured lots of hate, slander, death threats from that one but GOD IS SO GOOD AND GETS THE GLORY for what happened! Who is ready for DC?”

Metro Nashville officials did not approve of Feucht’s gathering, which had an estimated 9,000-11,000 in attendance in front of the Metro Courthouse. He also drew flack from the national mainstream media.

Rolling Stone ran a negative piece against Feucht following the Nashville rally with the headline, “Jesus Christ, Superspreader?”.

The Metro Public Health Department issued a statement the day after the rally that the city would take action against the evangelist, The Tennessee Star previously reported.

“The Metro Public Health Department is working with other Metro Departments to investigate the event that took place Sunday in front of the Metro Courthouse. The event organizer did not submit an application to the Health Department or permit application to any Metro department. We have worked very hard to slow the spread of COVID by taking a measured approach to the community. The Health Department is very concerned by the actions that took place at the event and we are investigating and will pursue appropriate penalties against the organizer.”

Interim Nashville Police Chief John Drake said the organizers did not have any advance communication with his department, CBS News reported. Drake said he was “greatly disappointed” they “did not better prioritize their health and the health of others through social distancing and the wearing of face coverings.”

Feucht did not even escape criticism from Belmont University, which asked any students who attended to report to Health Services for possible quarantine or testing, The Star reported.

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Jason M. Reynolds has more than 20 years’ experience as a journalist at outlets of all sizes.
Photo “Let Us Worship Event” by Sean Feucht.

 

 

 

 

 

 

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8 Thoughts to “Sean Feucht Proves Critics Wrong, Points Out Not a Single Attendee of Nashville Worship Rally Contracted COVID-19”

  1. kg

    I got the Corona virus from being in Nashville that weekend ?!?!?!?

  2. Anon

    So they probably think just because one event didn’t get any coronavirus cases that they’ll host more.

    That’s like if I keep sticking my hand in a tiger’s mouth and expect it not to bite me at any pont.

  3. Norm Rogers

    Why does someone (Phil Williams?) ask Mayor Cooper why his office says a worship service must have 200 square feet of space per person for social distancing, while a protest (like the one he organized) should have no social distancing requirements?

    See a document titled “Guidance for Davidson County Religious Communities” at asafenashville.org

  4. rick

    What a truthful statement by your doctor. The stupid pandemic will last as long as the democrats think they can scare people enough to effect the vote, with the treasonous criminal the democrats have as a candidate the may need more than mask, that’s right they cheat many other ways also, I forgot!

  5. 83ragtop50

    Just another instance of attacking religious freedom by the local communist hierarchy.

  6. Julie

    This is why Mayor Cooper already said a couple of weeks ago that the people that are attending the Let Us Worship events are from out of town and therefore cannot be contact traced. He said the same thing about the lockdown of broadway because tourists cannot be traced either. If they did identify any “clusters” from this gathering it would be the local mainstream media’s lede story and the focus of Cooper’s next COVID news conference.

  7. Horatio Bunce

    Drake said he was “greatly disappointed” they “did not better prioritize their health and the health of others through social distancing and the wearing of face coverings.”

    I think he meant he’s greatly disappointed their Coronahoax fraud was proven once again and all those state constitution-skirting $50 tickets and persecution of Cooper’s political targets are illegal under the color of law.

  8. David S. Blackwell

    This has gone way too far. It is time to tar and feather some of our politicians. I asked my doctor “How long will the pandemic last?” He replied, “I don’t know, I am not a politician.”

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