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Judge Amy Coney Barrett, a potential Supreme Court nominee, has defended overturning precedents

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This is the face of evil that Donald Trump wants to use to overturn legal precedents set by the Supreme Court. She was handpicked by the Federalist Society to overturn Roe v. Wade, but considering her history and that of her sponsors, she would likely go after civil rights precedents.

Judge Amy Coney Barrett, a potential Supreme Court nominee, has defended overturning precedents

She said the high court should be more open to overturning precedent. Her critics fear she will oppose Roe v. Wade.

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  1. OMG – this is her religious belief system – The People of Praise was formed in 1971 in South Bend, Indiana, by Dr. Paul DeCelles, Kevin Ranaghan and 27 others who wanted to build an ecumenical, charismatic community of men and women.

    The impetus for this new way of community living came from several sources. These include in particular the Charismatic Renewal, the Cursillo movement and the growing interest in basic ecclesial communities. Openness to members of many different expressions of Christianity is essential to its vision of its role in promoting ecumenism. The enthusiasm which inspired its members at its inception can be largely attributed to the Charismatic Renewal. The Cursillo movement provided a way of giving structure and cohesion to a common life together and contributed to the development of an implicit theology of common Christian living.

    The immediate locus for the inspiration was in the experience of the Charismatic Renewal or Pentecostal movement, particularly the charismatic renewal in the Catholic Church. This renewal centers on conversion to Christ and a baptism in the Holy Spirit, which, in the predominant Catholic view, involves prayer to release all the power and gifts of the Holy Spirit given in Baptism and Confirmation, but which needs to be actualized in the life of the believer. These gifts include prophecy, Glossolalia or speaking in tongues, and healing at first exercised primarily in weekly prayer meetings.

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