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Justice Alito’s US Flag Story Suffers Blow By Neighbors

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Justice Sam Alito

In early 2021, an incident involving an upside-down American flag at Justice Sam Alito’s home was blamed on his wife Martha-Ann amidst a dispute over a neighbor’s anti-Trump sign, according to CNN.

Neighbors

However, the neighbors, Emily and her partner, dispute this explanation, providing text messages and a police call to challenge the Alitos’ account.

Instigated

According to the Badens, Martha-Ann instigated the conflict, which also involved an alleged instance of spitting at their car near the Alitos’ residence.

Trump and Republicans

Neighbors of Justice Sam Alito displayed signs in their yard with messages critical of Trump and Republicans. The signs, removed due to safety worries, were not specifically aimed at the Alitos.

Confrontation

Although it is unclear whether Martha-Ann noticed the signs, a confrontation supposedly took place as the neighbors parked their car, during which Martha-Ann allegedly gave them a hostile look.

Inverted flag

Following this incident, an inverted flag was seen outside the Alitos’ home, staying there for a while as confirmed by neighbors and a photograph acquired by the Times.

Yelling unintelligibly

Following President Joe Biden’s inauguration, a confrontation occurred between the Alitos and their neighbors. The neighbors reported Martha-Ann running towards their car, yelling unintelligibly, and allegedly spitting at their vehicle.

Martha-Ann later justified the upside-down flag as a distress signal. Subsequent interactions involved Martha-Ann approaching the neighbors, using profanity, and labeling them as “fascists.”

Harassment

The neighbors responded with criticism, highlighting the harassment they faced over signs. This account contradicts Justice Alito’s assertion that the flag incident was in response to insults directed at his wife.

Contacted police

The Badens contacted the police, recording the conversation as verified by Fairfax County officials.

Concerns

A recent New York Times article revealed the presence of a flag associated with Jan. 6 insurgents outside the Alitos’ New Jersey beach house in 2023, sparking concerns due to its link with Christian nationalism.

Recuse himself

This development has led several senators to urge Justice Alito to recuse himself from cases related to the 2020 election and the Capitol insurrection, citing ethical concerns and the need to maintain integrity within the Court.

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