That video was rather interesting to say the least. Methinks, even though the "pastor" (Messianic Jew?) was correct in disallowing those individuals to enter the place of worship because they had no warrant, his demeanor could have been much better tempered, IMHO. His pursuit of the police as they were leaving and screaming pejoratives at them was really uncalled for.
Now, after the video ended I notice another video that 'starred' the same man and a group of his parishioners in a park feeding the needy, poor and homeless on an obviously cold winter day. He was surrounded by police and threatened and it appeared they were looking for an excuse to physically harm him and arrest him. At least in this video, he was far more civil and argued quite reasonably and logically about how wrong it was that the "authorities" refused to help these needy people and provide them with some of the necessities of life. It was also quite telling how phony the "regulations" on the COVID19 were because the police who were allegedly there to enforce them were not social distancing nor wearing masks.
Yes, similar occurrences are common in the U.S. too. But we have a blatant "double standard" here which is not so prevalent in Canada. You can riot, burn buildings, loot stores to your heart's content, assault innocent people and even murder cops without any accountability. In fact, the now Vice President Kamala Harrison was instrumental in providing bail for those "protestors" who were arrested, which was an extremely small number of them. Porn shops, massage parlors, liquor stores, Walmart, etc., etc., were all considered "essential" businesses and thus were allowed to be open. But restaurants, gyms, schools, etc., were all forced to close. Anyway...... enjoyed the videos.