DOMINUS saidScalia is known to be against affirmative action, and his paraphrasing of select references was intended to support his position, albeit obliquely. I was disappointed that he did that, but he has the right to engage Supreme Court advocates in intellectual discussions in order to explore the outer limits of their positions.
Yes. That's my take on it too, his racist version of sexual innuendo lolol.
Was he in his rights to say what he said, yes.
Does that mean it isn't telling what he said, no.
That was typical of his thinking and his behavior, of his abuse of his position, of his activist degradation of such an otherwise grand and honorable institution.
His line of questioning belongs back in the 18th century along with his diet.