Stormy Daniels leads chorus of critics blasting churchgoers breaking quarantine and putting the lives of their families at risk
Stormy Daniels appears on HBO's Real Time with Bill Maher/Screenshot

With reports that some churches are going forward with Easter services on Sunday despite a nationwide stay-at-home edict from health officials and state lawmakers, adult film star Stormy Daniels -- who reportedly had a dalliance with Donald Trump before he became president -- led a chorus of critics in blasting churchgoers for putting themselves, their families and fellow parishioners at risk.

According to the actress, if anyone feels compelled to go to church and mingle with crowds, they should remain there for 14 days until it is clear they are not infected with the COVID-19 virus.

Daniels tweeted, "Sure. Go to church today if you want to go so badly...and stay there for two weeks. There's no cure for stupid."

Many other Twitter commenters agreed. See below: