Cuomo brushes off SCOTUS decision against him, claims “It doesn’t have any practical effect”

Cuomo brushed off a 5-4 Supreme Court decision against his limitations on church gatherings, claiming “it doesn’t have any practical effect.”

Cuomo said according to the NY Post “that Supreme Court ruling on the religious gatherings is more illustrative of the Supreme Court than anything else.”

“It’s irrelevant of any practical impact because of the zone they were talking about is moot,” he added “It expired last week. It doesn’t have any practical effect. The lawsuit was about the Brooklyn zone. The Brooklyn zone no longer exists as a red zone. That’s muted. So that restriction is no longer in effect. That situation just doesn’t exist because those restrictions are gone.”

With Justice Roberts voting alongside the 3 liberal justices, New Supreme Court Justice Amy Coney Barrett played a decisive role in backing a religious challenge to NY Governor Andrew Cuomo’s shutdown order.

In the  case brought by the Roman Catholic Diocese of Brooklyn and Agudath Israel of America a 5-4 majority including Amy Coney Barrett  voted against “the Governor’s severe restrictions on the applicants’ religious services.”