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NY Police Break Up Prayer Vigil Because Over Mayor’s Coronoavirus Shutdown Orders

Police in New York City raided and dispersed an outdoor prayer vigil because of communist Big Apple Mayor Bill de Blasio’s coronavirus orders.

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Police in New York City raided and dispersed an outdoor prayer vigil because of communist Big Apple Mayor Bill de Blasio’s coronavirus orders that no more than 50 people gather at any time.

The incident occurred on Wednesday evening in the city’s Crown Heights neighborhood where a large group of Jews had gathered to pray outdoors.

The first law enforcement officer on the scene was from the Sheriff’s Office. The officer spoke over his car address system and threatened the worshipers.

“Those who do not disperse are subject to arrest,” the officer is heard saying in a video posted by Jewish news outlet, The Belaaz.

The news outlet posted a second video showing that police did, indeed, arrest people for praying and refusing to listen to the communist mayor’s orders.

The worshipers were probably a bit miffed that the Chabad Lubavitch headquarters had closed earlier that day for the first time ever since it was first opened years ago. The synagogue was closed due to the city’s demands that public places be shuttered as another typical over reaction to the coronavirus.

Once it closed, though, the group began gathering outside to conduct prayers, anyway, according to the New York Post.

New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio issued executive orders No. 99 and No. 100 on March 15 and 16. The orders limited crowd size and gave law enforcement the power to break up large gatherings.

Be careful that we are not giving these Democrat dictators too much power, America. You’ll live to regret it.

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Woman Whose Hands Were Crushed in Accident Uses Toes to Cal 911

A North Carolina woman whose hands were crushed in a car accident used her toes to call for help.

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A North Carolina woman whose hands were crushed in a car accident used her toes to call for help.

The 54-year-old woman from Charlotte North Carolina was not identified by the police, but she sure knew how to get herself out of a jam…. with… some well-placed toe jam.

According to Colleton County Fire-Rescue, the woman was trying to replace a tire on a remote section of I-95 when the jack slipped and crushed both her hands between the tire and the fender.

Trapped, the woman was unable to use her hands to call 911 with her cell phone.

But, undaunted, this intrepid woman had a solution to her predicament.

“Over the next 35 minutes, she was able to slip off one shoe and manipulate her cell,” rescue officials said. “After many attempts, she was able to dial 9-1-1 with her toes and advise them of her predicament.”

The rescue workers added that they got to the woman’s location eight minutes after the 911 call. They then used a simple pry bar to free one of her hands but had to use machinery to free the second.

Doctors said that the woman, who was trapped for at least 45 minutes, suffered severe damage to both her hands and all her fingers.

The woman was rushed to a local hospital, but her condition has not been reported.

Still, it is likely her fancy footwork saved her hands.

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