After ingesting what seems like a lifetime of upsetting news in 2020, even gross stories rarely give me the slightest case of nausea. So it’s noteworthy that this op-ed from San Francisco archbishop Salvatore Joseph Cordileone in WaPo made me projectile vomit from my laptop to the promised land. Americans’ right to worship is being denied by governments. I won’t be silent anymore. “I never expected that the most basic religious freedom, the right to worship — protected so robustly in our Constitution’s First Amendment — would be unjustly repressed by an American government.” This is the thanks San Francisco and California leaders get for trying to save lives. God can see you on Zoom (where thousands of Jews in Salvatore’s neighborhood will be marking the high holy days this week). Religion unjustly suppressed? Give me a break. If the government wanted to go after the Catholic Church, I’m guessing they’d have plenty of ammo.