Many of us in the Liberty ‘community’ are highlighting the case of the 11 month old, Charlie Gard, that is essentially being ordered to die by bureacrats that claim to be acting in his best interest (to die).
The latest from that horror story shows just how despreate the ‘state’ is to hold its claim of power over our very lives, with the hospital preventing the family’s pastor from praying for the condemned child.


from http://thelibertarianrepublic.com/hospital-reportedly-blocks-pastor-praying-charlie-gard/

The Great Ormond Street Hospital allegedly blocked a U.S. pastor from praying over Charlie Gard Sunday, sparking further outrage over the hospital’s handling of Gard’s case.

Reverend Patrick Mahoney was initially barred from entering Gard’s room despite coming on invitation from Gard’s parents, Chris Gard and Connie Yates, according to Daily Mail.

The hospital cited concern over “security reasons” as justification for its decision, but later allowed Mahoney entry after public outrage erupted over the issue.

“It is an outrage that Great Ormond Street Hospital has denied a pastor from praying for Charlie Gard and offering spiritual help to his family,” Mahoney said. “I was invited by Charlie’s parents Connie and Chris to come from America to pray for Charlie, and it is stunning that I was denied from doing this.”

Yates told Daily Mail she was “heartbroken” over the hospital’s initial decision to keep Mahoney out of her child’s room. Mahoney later joined Yates and Gard for public prayer and addressed a crowd of supporters and the press outside the hospital.

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Hospital Reportedly Blocks Pastor From Praying Over Charlie Gard

The Great Ormond Street Hospital allegedly blocked a U.S. pastor from praying over Charlie Gard Sunday, sparking further outrage over the hospital’s handling of Gard’s case.

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