Earlier this week we discussed Justice Alito's recent address to the Federalist Society. I admit, I have listened to or read the entire address. Today I came across an excerpt in which Alito discusses a 2nd Amendment case that the SCOTUS decided was moot. But what Alito is really talking about is a brief that was filed by several Dem senators--and to which he took great umbrage. You can agree or disagree with Alito on this. My point is simply this: Alito will likely be be taking part in one or more decisions with regard to the election. If you were a Dem--and in light of these expressed views (below)--how would you feel about arguing your case to the SCOTUS, knowing that Alito and several other justices who agreed with Alito on the 2nd Amendment case also agree with Alito on the Pennsylvania supreme court's rewrite of the PA election law? And by the way, what do you think Alito thinks of Roberts, CJ?
I'll bet Alito thinks anything that smacks of stealing an election is "an affront to the Constitution and the rule of law."