Students already have the right to pray in public schools as long as their actions don’t disrupt class and are voluntary. When Trump’s Christian nationalist fan base talks about 'school prayer,' they usually mean some type of coercive worship experience that a majority forces onto a minority against their will.
The Religious Right, while it makes up a significant portion of the GOP base, doesn’t speak for the majority of Americans. As a political movement, it could be finished off tomorrow if more Americans went to the polls.
Which is more plausible: Kavanaugh doesn’t recall information about a controversial issue on which he sought to be the point person, or he found it politically advantageous to let those details slip his mind so he wouldn’t have to answer difficult questions about using taxpayer dollars to discriminate against LGBTQ people?