Supreme Court Historical Society blasts ‘surreptitious’ recording as Dems target Justice Alito

The Supreme Court Historical Society (SCHS) is condemning a secret audio recording that took place at its recent annual dinner, during which a liberal filmmaker presented herself as a conservative supporter to Chief Justice John Roberts, Justice Samuel Alito, and his wife Martha-Ann Alito in order to ask them questions. 

“We condemn the surreptitious recording of Justices at the event, which is inconsistent with the entire spirit of the evening,” SCHS executive director James Duff said in a statement to Fox News Digital. “Attendees are advised that discussion of current cases, cases decided by this Court, or a Justice’s jurisprudence is strictly prohibited and may result in forfeiture of membership in the Society.”

The filmmaker, Lauren Windsor, recorded the justices without their knowledge at the event on June 3. The audio files were later published by Rolling Stone. She engaged Alito in conversation about ideological differences, and the justice claimed, “there are differences on fundamental things that really can’t be compromised,” in one recording. 

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