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The Sacramento King Faces off with DOJ

(FRC) If they're protesting, at least they're courteous about it. In a show of good faith, pastors all across California aren't just determined to hold services, they're giving the government fair warning they will. In a polite but firm letter to Governor Gavin Newsom (D), thousands of pastors have let the state know that they're reopening May 31 -- whether the state likes it or not!

Like a lot of people, Pastor Jack Hibbs, of Calvary Chapel Chino Hills, says the lockdown has been the longest wait of his life. He's tired of liberals like Newsom kicking churches down the road without an answer. "[He's] rejected or refused our attempts to reach him. We sent him a letter and a video of us reopening. And [there's been] no connection whatsoever]." So, he and 2,300 pastors have signed on to move -- with, or as it looks like now, without him.