On Saturday, a day after ABC News reported that Kansas City hospitals were being overwhelmed by new COVID-19 cases, and a day before the Associated Press reported that eight area hospitals had turned away ambulances due to a lack of space, musician-politician Sean Feucht brought his high-energy “Let Us Worship” tour to Kansas City. A video Feucht posted Sunday morning shows a mostly maskless crowd of people packed close together in a park singing, shouting, praying, and dancing.
A musician associated with controversial Northern California megachurch Bethel, Feucht ran for Congress this year as a Trump-supporting culture-warrior Republican who was endorsed by Christian nationalists, dominionists, and Turning Point USA’s Charlie Kirk. Feucht is holding a series of “worship protests” around the country that he says are meant to spark spiritual revival.
His next stop is an event on the National Mall in Washington, D.C., on Oct. 25., which he is portraying as an opportunity to enlist divine support for the Supreme Court nomination of Amy Coney Barrett. Because the mall is controlled by the National Park Service, the D.C. government’s pandemic restrictions on gatherings will not be enforced.
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