‘EXPLOSIVE Rolling Stone exclusive of Justice Alito CAUGHT ON TAPE being… exactly right!’

The concerted effort against conservative justices sunk to spinning secretly recorded audio as a gotcha moment on faith, morality, and compromise.

As the end of the current term of the Supreme Court draws near with a number of highly anticipated rulings yet to be handed down regarding constitutional rights and the lawfare against former President Donald Trump, corporate media and leftists from all walks have endeavored to delegitimize the “conservative court.”

Unrelenting attacks on the character of Justices Samuel Alito and Clarence Thomas, as well as their wives, found a new low when a James O’Keefe wannabe dropped, “likely the biggest undercover story yet of my career.”

A Rolling Stone “exclusive” on audio recordings published on X detailed the Undercurrent’s Lauren Windsor attending the Supreme Court Historical Society’s June 3 annual dinner where she taped an exchange between herself and Alito meant to be a damning indictment on partiality.

Identifying herself as a Catholic who spoke to the justice at an event the year prior, Windsor could be heard saying, “I don’t know that we can negotiate with the Left in the way that, like, needs to happen for the polarization to end. I think that it’s a matter of, like, winning.”

“I think you’re probably right,” responded Alito. “On one side or the other — one side or the other is going to win. I don’t know. I mean, there can be a way of working — a way of living together peacefully. But it’s difficult, you know, because there are differences on fundamental things that really can’t be compromised. They really can’t be compromised. So it’s not like you’re gonna split the difference.”

Following that up, the undercover journalist, who questioned the judge at the event that cost $500 to attend on top of a membership fee, suggested, “And that’s what I’m saying. It’s just, I think that the solution really is, like, winning the moral argument. Like, people in this country who believe in God have got to keep fighting for that, to return our country to a place of godliness.”

“I agree with you. I agree with you,” replied the justice who had not attempted to obscure his faith.

Windsor went on to include audio from her previous encounter with Alito where he’d addressed polarization and waning public trust. When asked “How do we get back to that?” he replied, “I wish I knew. I don’t know. It’s easy to blame the media, but I do blame them because they do nothing but criticize us.”

Seemingly attempting to snare the justice, she would go on to say, “But what can the… but the court can’t do anything to…” to which Alito shut down any suggestion of judicial activism on his part by stating, “We have a very defined role and we need to do what we are supposed to do. But this is a bigger problem. This is way above us, so I wish I knew the answer. I do.”

A recording of Chief Justice John Roberts and the associate justice’s wife, Martha-Ann Alito, was also shared by the journalist revealing that the former did not agree that polarization was unusually high or that the court had reached some unprecedented position, “The idea that the court is in the middle of a lot of tumultuous stuff going on is nothing new.”

“Would you want me to be in charge of putting the nation on a more moral path? That’s for people we elect. That’s not for lawyers,” he told her.

Meanwhile, as the Left took umbrage with conservative justices having personal views outside the courtroom, so too did they lash out at the views of the jurists’ spouses. After Windsor claimed to be sympathetic to the public attacks on Mrs. Alito’s exercise of her First Amendment rights with the display of flags on her own property, the Supreme Court spouse replied referring to the media. “It’s okay. It’s okay because if they come back to me, I’ll get them. I’m gonna be liberated, and I’m gonna get them.”

Naturally, while leftists twisted themselves into knots over the comments, common sense saw the nothing-burger for what it was as nothing more than “Conservative jurist reveals self to be conservative jurist.”

Kevin Haggerty


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