It’s certainly enforceable in the case of high-profile, well known politicians. I can assure you that every priest in DC recognizes, say, Nancy Pelosi or any of the others. But Wuerl is the weak link here, and I think it’s pretty safe to say that nothing will happen, not in DC nor probably in most of these politicians’ home dioceses, either.
BTW, this doesn’t come out of the blue. These people are usually first spoken to by the priest or bishop, warned, asked to change their lives, and then forbidden to receive Communion. So far there hasn’t been a “list,” although in the case of people who have been forbidden to receive Communion but still present themselves, I suppose that’s always a possibility. However, as I said, pro-abortion politicians are safe in DC.
save your fingers, humblegunner is history. LOL