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Justice Alito's Wife Reveals What Flag She Wants To Fly During Pride In Secret Recording

Lauren Windsor releases secret audio she recorded of Martha-Ann Alito describing the flag she wishes she could fly to counter Pride flags during June...and it's a lot.

Martha-Ann Alito; Pride flag
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Justice Samuel Alito's wife Martha-Ann Alito was recently recorded expressing her wish to fly a very specific religious flag at their Virginia home in response to a nearby Pride flag.

The recording, made by "advocacy journalist" and documentary filmmaker Lauren Windsor, who posed as a conservative supporter, captured Mrs. Alito's comments during a black-tie event at the Supreme Court.

Mrs. Alito said:

"You know what I want? I want a Sacred Heart of Jesus flag because I have to look across the lagoon at the Pride flag for the next month.”


Mrs. Alito then described her husband’s reaction:

"He’s like, ‘Oh please don’t put up a flag.’ I said, ‘I won’t do it because I’m deferring to you. But when you are free of this nonsense, I’m putting it up and I’m going to send them a message every day. Maybe every week, I’ll be changing the flags.”

She also told Windsor that she's been contemplating a different flag of her own design to fly as well:

“They’ll be all kinds. I made a flag in my head. This is how I satisfy myself,” she continued. “It’s white and it has yellow and orange flames around it, and in the middle in the word ‘Vergogna.’” [the Italian word for "shame"]

After Windsor—still in character—said she was angered by pushback Justice Alito experienced after news outlets reported that an upside-down flag flew at the home of Justice Alito shortly after the Capitol riot, Mrs. Alito gave the following response:

“Don’t get angry. Get even.”

You can hear what she said in the video below.

The segment featuring Mrs. Alito, roughly six minutes long, depicts her expressing frustration with the media and liberals:

“It’s OK. It’s OK, because if they come back to me, I’ll get them. I’m gonna be liberated, and I’m gonna get them. There’s a five-year defamation statute of limitations."

After Windsor asked why Martha-Ann believes the media is "coming after" her, she gave the following vague response:

“Look at me. I’m German, from Germany. My heritage is German. You come after me, I’m going to give it back to you. And there will be a way—it doesn’t have to be now—but there will be a way they will know. Don’t worry about it."
"God — you read the Bible. Psalm 27 is my psalm. Mine. Psalm 27, the Lord is my God and my rock. Of whom shall I be afraid? Nobody.”

The recording went viral, exposing Mrs. Alito to heated criticism.



In remarks to Rolling Stone, Windsor defended the recording, saying she doesn't "consider Martha-Ann a private figure, given that she’s married to a Supreme Court justice, and she’s a window into his thinking." Windsor described Mrs. Alito as "very, very enthusiastic about her flag waving."

The publication reported that for years, Mrs. Alito has expressed resentment towards the D.C. elite, accusing them of excluding her and her husband because of their strong conservative views. Sources note that she is known in influential GOP circles for her political tirades, remarks on cultural issues, and longstanding grudges against liberals, which date back to the George W. Bush era.

Justice Alito did not respond to a request for comment.