“He served as the tip of the judicial spear against politicians who were more interested in power grabs than public safety during the current COVID19 outbreak — like Louisville Mayor Greg Fischer, who threatened to jail Christians who attended drive-up Easter services but permitted drive-up liquor sales,” Mike Davis, the president of the Article III Project, an organization dedicated to backing Trump judges, said.
Davis is referencing a case Walker ruled on in his role at the Western District of Kentucky. A Louisville church planned a drive-in Easter service, but was told by the city’s mayor that it could not go on due to a statewide ban on gatherings from Democratic Gov. Andy Beshear. You can read more here.