Newsweek Runs Correction on Amy Coney Barrett Story that Contradicts the Entire Story

Sep 22nd

Monday, Newsweek ran an article all about how Amy Coney Barrett is a member of a Charismatic Catholic Group "People of Praise" which inspired the leftist dystopian novel 'The Handmaid's Tale' by Margaret Atwood.

Newsweek made just a small mistake, however. Probably not important enough to mention. But they did run a correction just in case it matters.

There was just the teeny tiny problem that the original headline and entire premise for the story was completely and totally incorrect and false. They also changed the headline.

It looks like Newsweek has decided the story was "factually incorrect but morally true" as AOC might say. Newsweek has left the story up because, even if this particular group didn't inspire the Handmaid's Tale it's similar and also believes radical conservative ideas, for instance:

The covenant community... emphasizes direct personal experience of God through baptism with the Holy Spirit.

If that's not enough, get this!

People of Praise believes that only married couples should have sex, and that marriage is only between a man and a woman.

To the left this is obviously an insanely radical idea that will lead to a literal Handmaid's Tale in the United States. Religious Christians believing historically Christian ideas is obviously a huge threat.

Despite the printed retraction, the story has spread to another news outlets because the narrative must be preserved.


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