I know I just posted about this guy yesterday, but he’s still trying to kill people.
Worship leader and MAGA cultist Sean Feucht drew an estimated 9,000-10,000 people (so he says) to a concert in Nashville, Tennessee yesterday. No social distancing. Few, if any, masks.
A police officer escorting me out tonight said he estimated 9000-10,000 worshippers filled the courthouse steps in downtown Nashville!
— Sean Feucht (@seanfeucht) October 12, 2020
Feucht said the church would “NOT BE SILENCED” — as if Christians in the U.S. have ever been muzzled — but plenty of commenters pointed out some of those attendees may be “silenced” in due time due to Feucht’s negligence:
I think people are pretty silent when they're intubated–although there won't be any room for that in Nashville's hospitals in another couple weeks. And of course people will be completely silent once they're dead.
— mzacko (@Mzack0) October 12, 2020
Hey buddy. Nobody is silencing the church in Nashville. Our church met today and had thousands show up for baptism in a nice socially distanced/masked way…
Cause we are in a pandemic.
I think it’s irresponsible to claim being silenced. Cause that’s not the cause in Nashville �
— Carlos Whittaker (@loswhit) October 12, 2020
Putting our city’s healthcare workers at risk like this isn’t very “pro-life” of you, Sean. https://t.co/YchYGFdJjM
— Jamie Lee Finch (@jamieleefinch) October 12, 2020
Viruses silence quite effectively.
— Rich Swinton �� (@RicoSuaveJD) October 12, 2020
What are you talking about dude? The church ISNT silenced. Are you just bored? Starved for attention? Churches are freaking open in nashville. I’ve told you in person I’ll tell you on Twitter too.. you are freaking hopeless.
— JOHNNYSWIM (@JOHNNYSWIM) October 12, 2020
Others just criticized the irresponsibility in general:
Ugh. I had no idea he brought his self-promotion super spreader tour here.
No one is trying to silence you, Sean. They’re trying to stop a pandemic and reckless behavior like this is the definition of anti-Christ. https://t.co/o2eW5A4gP4
— “Zack” Hunt (@ZaackHunt) October 12, 2020
Your Christianity is short one Jesus.
— John Pavlovitz (@johnpavlovitz) October 12, 2020
If the point weren’t defiance this would’ve been done over zoom or YouTube. Pure ego play.
— Tanner Thomason (@TannerThomason) October 12, 2020
As I said yesterday, if an atheist put this many Christians in danger, it would be a hate crime.
This is not about God. This is about ego. Feucht would rather put thousands of people in a perilous situation than play the same concert over a livestream and save their lives. He’ll be long gone when some of these people end up in the hospital.
Just because they’re too ignorant to recognize the danger doesn’t mean he should be taking advantage of them. But that’s what Christianity teaches him to do. Act persecuted. Pretend to be a victim. Do more harm. Repeat the cycle.