June 11, 2024

Recording of Samuel Alito saying battle for America "can't be compromised" goes public

Samuel Alito THOUGHT that he was in the middle of a private conversation.

He wasn't.

Now, those recordings are public.

The Supreme Court Justice recently had an event INFILTRATED by liberal filmmaker Lauren Windsor, who posed as a conservative journalist in order to initiate a conversation with Justice Samuel Alito.

It's no secret that America's Supreme Court is in the middle of making some of the biggest decisions in American history, and their rulings could impact us for years to come.

The issues of abortion, voting rights, and the integrity of all future presidential elections could be altered forever depending on what the Supreme Court decides soon, so it's not surprising that America is curious as to what the judges are thinking in a time like this.

To say that Lauren Windsor took this too far though would be a massive understatement.

She completely violated Alito's privacy, and now the liberal media is trying to portray Alito's assertion that "one side or the other is going to win" in American politics as some sort of scandal.

Windsor, while pretending to be a conservative journalist, complained to Alito that she disagrees so much with liberals that she doesn't feel she could ever treat them well enough "in the way that needs to happen for the polarization to end."

She then tried to bait Alito into making an aggressive statement by challenging the conservative that the Supreme Court should be more about "winning."

"I think you’re probably right," Alito responded. "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 are going to split the difference."

Lauren Windsor then took those comments and ran straight to the writers at Rolling Stone to have them published.

Do you think Alito is the one in the wrong here, or is Windsor the bad guy here for deceiving Alito and recording him without his permission?

Let us know your thoughts in the comment section below!

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