Right-wing activist boasted of 'praying' with SCOTUS justices after they cited her organization's brief to overturn Roe
The Supreme Court of 2022 (Photo by Erin Schaff for AFP)

A right-wing activist whose organization wrote a brief that was cited by the United States Supreme Court in its decision to overturn Roe v. Wade also posted a video in which she boasted of praying with the justices.

Rolling Stone is reporting that Peggy Nienaber, who serves as the executive director of a ministry that falls under Liberty Counsel's umbrella organization, boasted that she and her associates are "the only people" who get an opportunity to pray with sitting Supreme Court justices.

A video obtained by the publication shows that Nienaber made the admission to a live streamer who was filming outside the court during a celebration of its decision to overturn 50 years of precedent on abortion rights.

"You actually pray with the Supreme Court justices?” the live streamer asked her at one point.

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“I do,” Nienaber replied. “They will pray with us, those that like us to pray with them.”

Rolling Stone notes that this could be a conflict of interest for the justices who chose to pray with Nienaber.

"Such an arrangement presents a problem for the Orlando-based Liberty Counsel, which not only weighed in on the Dobbs case as a friend of the court, but also litigated and won a 9-0 Supreme Court victory this May in a case centered on the public display of a religious flag," the publication writes.

The Supreme Court did not reply to Rolling Stone's request for comment.