"The intensification of verbal warfare is connected to shifts in the Christian nationalist movement’s messaging and outreach, which were very much in evidence at the Nashville conference. Seven Mountains Dominionism — the belief that “biblical” Christians should seek to dominate the seven key 'mountains' or 'molders' of American society, including the government — was once considered a fringe doctrine, even among representatives of the religious right. At last year’s Road to Majority conference, however, there was a breakout session devoted to the topic. This year, there were two sessions, and the once arcane language of the Seven Mountains creed was on multiple speakers’ lips.
"The hunger for dominion that appears to motivate the leadership of the movement is the essential context for making sense of its strategy and intentions in the post-Roe world. The end of abortion rights is the beginning of a new and much more personal attack on individual rights.
indeed it is personal. Much of the rhetoric on the right invokes
visions of vigilante justice. This is about 'good guys with guns' — or
neighbors with good eavesdropping skills — heroically taking on the
pernicious behavior of their fellow citizens. Among the principal
battlefields will be the fallopian tubes and uteruses of women." -- Katherine Stewart, in the New York Times (via Hullaballoo). We prefer a more accurate name for them: Christofascists.
BONUS: "Herrenvolk democracy" works, too.