Pastor Tony Spell Defies Judge, Holds Packed Church Service While Wearing Ankle Monitor Less Then A Week After Being Put On House Arrest
Louisiana pastor Tony Spell is back at it again.
Last week, the controversial Spell, who has defied the state’s stay-at-home order by holding church service every Sunday, was put on house arrest and charged with assault after he nearly backed a bus into a protestor.
On Sunday, Spell held another packed church service while wearing an ankle monitor despite the house arrest order and ranted about wanting Americans to come out from hiding.
The virus doesn’t have a brain,”It don’t stop at the door of the White House and come into the door of the church house. The virus don’t have a brain, but we can bind fear right now. God gave you an immune system to kill that virus.”
“like prisoners in their homes. People are losing their collective minds,” “People are bewitched. People are bewildered. People are confused. … Come out of your hiding, America.”
According to TMZ the police are not happy with Spell’s actions.
As for that pesky problem that Spell was arrested for allegedly trying to run over a protester and placed on home confinement … well, Baton Rouge Central Police Chief Roger Corcoran tells TMZ, “It will not be up to a judge on whether he’s picked up or not, and what his punishment will be.”
One thing’s clear … Spell will continue defying the law, doctors and scientists as he puts his entire congregation at risk, in a state where the coronavirus has exploded and caused misery and death.
Chief Corcoran says … “It’s a blatant disrespect to the law and to the judge’s order. It’s further proof Tony Spell is out for himself and has no respect for the law.”
We’ll see how this all ends when Spell is forced to go back to church but as of now it doesn’t seem like he’s going to stop doing what he’s doing.