New York Times columnist Maureen Dowd claimed several Supreme Court justices are imposing the Catholic faith on the nation with the potential dismantling of Roe v Wade.
"During her Supreme Court confirmation hearings, Amy Coney Barrett tried to reassure Democrats who were leery of her role as a ‘handmaid’ in a Christian group called ‘People of Praise.’" The author then trashed the group, saying, "The group has a male-dominated hierarchy and a rigid view of sexuality reflecting conservative gender norms and rejecting openly gay men and women."
As such, Dowd feared that Barrett and the other conservative Catholic justices are bringing that perspective down upon millions of Americans if they dismantle Roe v Wade: "Like a royal queen, she will impose her will on the world. It will be the law of Amy. And Sam. And Clarence. And Neil. And Brett."