Throughout my writings, I have mused upon just WHO — which one — is the worst Supreme Court Justice member of all. The choices are endless! Certainly, Brett Kavanaugh is a contender. And I did at one time think Clarence Thomas was the one. After all — he and his partner in crime, Ginni, have demonstrated that they think they’re above the law.
But today I have a new worst member of the court. And I’d like to speak about him. That someone is Samuel Alito — the worst Supreme Court Justice in Supreme Court Justice history. Alito made a surprise appearance at a religious conference. This was hosted by Notre Dame Law School’s Religious Liberty Initiative.
And speaking in Rome, Alito went off on anyone who disagreed with Roe’s overturning. “I had the honor this term of writing, I think, the only Supreme Court decision in the history of that institution that has been lambasted by a whole string of foreign leaders who felt perfectly fine commenting on American law,” he said.
With his customary sneer in place, Alito proceeded to go off on Boris Johnson and — Prince Harry? Yes. You read that correctly. The sullen Justice turned his attention away from witch trials for a while to talk about what a disappointment Prince Harry is to him.
Alito said Harry’s speech saying we’re witnessing assaults on democracy “wounded” him. Alito also claims religious liberty is, as he charmingly put it, “under attack.” I am not sure how it’s under attack, but Alito SAYS it is, and so in his mind, I suppose it must be true. After all — it isn’t like Alito could ever be WRONG.
“It is hard,” the psychotic Justice said, “to convince people that religious liberty is worth defending if they don’t think that religion is a good thing that deserves protection.”
To Alito, I say — you’re a fraud. Strong but true words, friends, and readers. Justice Alito is a fraud — and is the worst Justice of all. It is none of his business who or how people choose to worship — or IF they choose to worship at all.
We in America are not a monolith, Mr. Alito. We’re not all the same. That’s part of our greatness. Our society is wonderful BECAUSE of our differences. And it is none of your business what we think or feel. Neither is it your business what other countries — or Princes — believe.