- On Thursday, the Associated Press reported that PEOPLE OF PRAISE, the controversial cult like faith group linked to Trump’s Supreme Court nominee Amy Coney Barrett, have quietly scrubbed references to her from their website.
- Shortly after an AP reporter emailed the group’s spokesman Wednesday about members of her husband Jesse Barrett’s family, his mother’s name was deleted from the primary contact for the South Bend, Indiana, branch. All issues of the organization’s magazine, ‘Vine and Branches,’ were also removed.”
- The group’s spokesman, Sean Connolly, confirmed that references are being purposefully removed “in consultation with members and nonmembers from around the country who raised concerns about their and their families’ privacy due to heightened media attention.”
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