G. McConway
November 3, 2022

Justice Alito Appears to Troll Senator Warren in Remarks

If I am not mistaken, Supreme Court Justice Samuel Alito just trolled Senator Elizabeth Warren (D-MA) during an official session.

The justice did this while he was asking questions about Native American ancestry.

It was a veiled dig, but I am pretty sure he did this on purpose to take a shot at Warren.

Veiled Shot

Alito was questioning North Carolina Solicitor General Ryan Park.

This was during the affirmative action case that created all the buzz this week.

Alito was discussing how easy it would be for someone to make false claims about their heritage in order to benefit from affirmative action policies.

Alito stated, "It's family lore that we have an ancestor who was an American Indian."

When Park stated that would be dishonest, Alito pressed on, stating, "Well, I identify as an American Indian because I've always been told that some ancestor back in the old days was an American Indian."

Park responded, "In that circumstance, it would be very unlikely that that person was telling the truth."

If case you missed it, that is basically the backstory to Warren's claim that she has Native American blood.

There are actually two cases on the docket for affirmative action.

The decision on these cases will be given next year during the next term, but a very popular opinion right now is that the justices are going to toss affirmative action as unconstitutional, which will create another massive meltdown on the left.

Source: Washington Examiner

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