The Irish police unloaded what seems to be their ‘revenge’ against Pat Sweeney, the Catholic who filmed them closing a church where the faithful attended the religious service, keeping all the protocols of prevention against the CCP (Chinese Communist Party) Virus.

The video published in the local media Irish Inquirer reproduces the recording of Sweeney inside the church located in Athlone, a town located almost in the center of the island, which became a nightmare for his family, reports the alternative media Inside Paper of May 3. 

The video went viral on social media, and two days later, at 3 A.M., police raided Sweeney’s home and took his children away, claiming they were concerned about the ‘mental health’ of the citizen who snitched on them and said he needed medical assistance. 

Sweeney contacted Twitter user Philip Dwyer, who spread the word about the police hit-and-run and asked for support for Sweeney. 

“Just been contacted by Pat Sweeney, the man who videoed the Gardai in a church in Athlone last week that went viral,” Dwyer denounced Dwyer.

He added: “The Gardai [police] have taken his two children from him last night at 3.30am. If you are near Longford please head to the Garda station to support him. Please share this..”

“Then the garda took the man to the police station. They told him they were worried about “his” mental condition. This is the tyranny sweeping the West today.,” denounced Twitter user @TracyBaxter11.

Another netizen warns with concern that this same tyrannical behavior by the authorities could be replicated in the U.S. as well. 

“Do NOT think this will not happen here in the US – IT WILL!,” wrote the reporter identified with the user @2012BNEWS.

Indeed, the CCP Virus pandemic is used by many governments around the world to overstep their authority and repress populations by arguing that “it’s for your own good” and without strong scientific backing.  

Recent examples of this are the provisions imposed by the Democratic mayor of Washington D. C., Muriel Bowser. He banned wedding attendees from dancing and socializing with each other, both inside and outside the reception hall, reports The Western Journal.

“Beginning May 1, multi-purpose facilities and venues may host events such as weddings and special non-recurring events provided that there may be no more than twenty five percent (25%) capacity in any room or up to two hundred fifty (250) persons, not including facility staff, whichever is fewer,” disseminates the announcement of Bowser’s provisions. 

It adds, “Attendees and guests must remain seated and socially distanced from each other or other household groups. Standing and dancing receptions are not allowed,” the order continued. “Standing and dancing receptions are not permitted.”

The rules imposed by states and cities governed by Democrats stand in stark contrast to those administered by Republicans, as seen here in Florida and Texas. 

In these states, cases of the CCP Virus have not skyrocketed, and citizens continue to enjoy the cherished tradition of dances on their wedding days, comments the Western Journal.

Florida Governor Ron DeSantis suspended all local emergency orders concerning the CCP Virus.

“I think that’s the evidence-based thing to do. We are no longer in a state of emergency,” DeSantis said at a press conference in St. Petersburg.