Amy Coney Barrett was in a religious cult

LafayetteBear

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This is her definition of a woman.

Someone who lives….”in full life submission to Kevin Ranaghan... For example, we were ‘in common’ financially, which meant that I had to hand over my paycheck to Kevin Ranaghan and he would decide on how that paycheck would be used. Kevin Ranaghan controlled my dating relationships, deciding who and when I should date.”
Yikes. She's extremely smart, to be sure, but the stuff about her personal views and lifestyle is unsettling. I hope it is not true.
 
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Kudos to Marbles for finding this but it deserves its own thread.



www.theguardian.com

Legal claims shed light on founder of faith group tied to Amy Coney Barrett

Examination of People of Praise comes as supreme court seems poised to reverse Roe v Wade
www.theguardian.com
www.theguardian.com
New Details On Amy Coney Barrett's Deranged Cult That Sound Like They're Taken From A Horror Movie
deltopia

GettyImages-1232480745.jpg


Some of this has been known for awhile but I hadn’t seen all of these horrifying detailsuntil now. It’s truly disturbing but actually not that surprising when you look at the things this Supreme Court are doing, the Epstein associate who put her on the court, The horror show that is conservative Christianity in general, and the truly creepy kinds of people that support them. Frankly, this all sounds far worse than something you’d hear from an Iranian cleric’s background.

Barrett, 50, lived with Dorothy and Kevin Ranaghan in their nine-bedroom South Bend, Indiana… later married her husband, Jesse Barrett, who also appears to have lived in the Ranaghan household

Humphrey also wrote in her statement: “When I was part of the People of Praise I was in full life submission to Kevin Ranaghan... For example, we were ‘in common’ financially, which meant that I had to hand over my paycheck to Kevin Ranaghan and he would decide on how that paycheck would be used. Kevin Ranaghan controlled my dating relationships, deciding who and when I should date.”
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Cynthia Carnick stated in the documents that she had witnessed Dorothy Ranaghan tie the arms and legs of two of the Ranaghans’ daughters – who were three and five at the time the incidents were allegedly witnessed – to their crib with a necktie. She also said that the Ranaghans allegedly practiced “sexual displays” in front of their children and other adults, such as Dorothy Ranaghan lying with her clothes on and “rocking” on top of Kevin Ranaghan in their TV room.

Kevin Ranaghan sometimes showered with two of his daughters, who were 10 or 11 at the time.

the group had hired a law firm to conduct an “independent” investigation into decades-old claims of sexual abuse against minors by some members of the Christian faith group… its findings would not be released to alleged victims or to the public… at least some of the individuals who had been interviewed about the allegations “didn’t recall the details” and that it had been “difficult” to get information.
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Barrett served as a “handmaid”, a female adviser to other female members.

During Barrett’s confirmation Ranaghan was asked to comment on her and this very very creepy reply was what the press got:



Uh.

Yuck.

And. WTF?!?!

And. This is terrifying.

There’s no way this
thing should be serving on the Supreme Court. What the hell is going on in this country
If the train wreck that is the Biden Administration is what I supported I’d be posting this schlock, too. Great work!
 

LafayetteBear

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And he’s a hero of yours, is he?
Did I say that? My point was that a person's religious fervor should not be a criterion in assessing his or her suitability for public office. That applies to Mr. Mohammad, Ms. Barrett, and anyone else you want to name. I realize that white Christian nationalists like you may believe otherwise. :cool:
 
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Catch50

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This is the dumbest thing ever posted on this board. Idiots like you are why Dems will get their asses handed to them in November. CEO. sure you are. If your hate ever found its way to your company, you'd be gone in an hour. No CEO would ever say the nonsense you do.
I lost count of your "dumbest thing ever posted on this board" list.
Wasting money on a Mars mission. Now that's the dumbest U.S. policy ever.
Would you go?
Would you invest in a private sector company that wants to try it?
Would the American people pay for it? No they won't.

You can't handle the truth.
 

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Kudos to Marbles for finding this but it deserves its own thread.



www.theguardian.com

Legal claims shed light on founder of faith group tied to Amy Coney Barrett

Examination of People of Praise comes as supreme court seems poised to reverse Roe v Wade
www.theguardian.com
www.theguardian.com
New Details On Amy Coney Barrett's Deranged Cult That Sound Like They're Taken From A Horror Movie
deltopia

GettyImages-1232480745.jpg


Some of this has been known for awhile but I hadn’t seen all of these horrifying detailsuntil now. It’s truly disturbing but actually not that surprising when you look at the things this Supreme Court are doing, the Epstein associate who put her on the court, The horror show that is conservative Christianity in general, and the truly creepy kinds of people that support them. Frankly, this all sounds far worse than something you’d hear from an Iranian cleric’s background.

Barrett, 50, lived with Dorothy and Kevin Ranaghan in their nine-bedroom South Bend, Indiana… later married her husband, Jesse Barrett, who also appears to have lived in the Ranaghan household

Humphrey also wrote in her statement: “When I was part of the People of Praise I was in full life submission to Kevin Ranaghan... For example, we were ‘in common’ financially, which meant that I had to hand over my paycheck to Kevin Ranaghan and he would decide on how that paycheck would be used. Kevin Ranaghan controlled my dating relationships, deciding who and when I should date.”
...
Cynthia Carnick stated in the documents that she had witnessed Dorothy Ranaghan tie the arms and legs of two of the Ranaghans’ daughters – who were three and five at the time the incidents were allegedly witnessed – to their crib with a necktie. She also said that the Ranaghans allegedly practiced “sexual displays” in front of their children and other adults, such as Dorothy Ranaghan lying with her clothes on and “rocking” on top of Kevin Ranaghan in their TV room.

Kevin Ranaghan sometimes showered with two of his daughters, who were 10 or 11 at the time.

the group had hired a law firm to conduct an “independent” investigation into decades-old claims of sexual abuse against minors by some members of the Christian faith group… its findings would not be released to alleged victims or to the public… at least some of the individuals who had been interviewed about the allegations “didn’t recall the details” and that it had been “difficult” to get information.
...
Barrett served as a “handmaid”, a female adviser to other female members.

During Barrett’s confirmation Ranaghan was asked to comment on her and this very very creepy reply was what the press got:


Uh.

Yuck.

And. WTF?!?!

And. This is terrifying.

There’s no way this
thing should be serving on the Supreme Court. What the hell is going on in this country
So was I ... Nebraska Cornhusker football
 

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