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Amy Coney Barrett is having a really crappy summer

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Related: Roberta Kaplan on the demise of Roe v. Wade and what’s next for equalityLast month, after the Dobbs draft leaked but prior to the final ruling being announced, The Guardian published a bombshell report about People of Praise, an anti-LGBTQ Christian cult where she once served as a handmaid female leader.

The report included accusations of inappropriate sexual behavior against the group’s leader Kevin Ranaghan and his wife, Dorothy, who Barrett lived with for two years in the mid ’90s.Related: Creepy new details about Amy Coney Barrett’s cult emerge and wow, what a holy nightmareThen last week, a large group of peaceful protestors gathered outside her suburban home in Virginia, waving signs that read “Keep your rosaries off my ovaries,” “Our rights are not up for debate,” “No forced birth,” and “Liar” with a photo of Barrett printed underneath.

And now this week, she’s the subject of a damning op-ed by Slate political writer Mark Joseph Stern titled “Amy Coney Barrett Is in Over Her Head” that details all the ways in which the 50-year-old mother of seven, who was nominated by Donald Trump to replace the late Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg in 2020, remains “ill-prepared” for her job on the Supreme Court.Writes Stern:Part of the problem is that, of all the current justices, Barrett had the least amount of preparation and training for the unique requirements of the job.

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