US Supreme Court Justice Samuel Alito hung a controversial flag used by supporters of former President Donald Trump at his summer home in New Jersey.

As the controversy continues over the revelation that US Supreme Court Justice Samuel Alito hung the US flag upside down in his home after the 2020 elections, it was determined that he hung a controversial flag used by supporters of former President Donald Trump at his summer home in New Jersey last year.

Us-13The controversy over Alito, one of the Court's conservative justices, hanging flags on his properties continues.

According to photographs obtained by the New York Times from the judge's neighbors, Alito hung a flag with the words "Call to Heaven" between July and September last year at her summer home on Long Beach Island, New Jersey.

The white flag, also known as the pine tree flag and dating back to the US War of Independence, has in recent years come to symbolize support for former US President Trump and his efforts to restructure the US government according to Christian beliefs.

It is also noteworthy that the Pine Tree flag, which was also used by Trump supporters in the January 6, 2021 Congressional raid, is hanging in front of the office of US House of Representatives Speaker Mike Johnson in Congress.

Controversy over "inverted flag" hanging in Justice Alito's house

The allegations that the American flag in the home of Samuel Alito, a conservative judge of the US Supreme Court, was hung upside down "in support of Trump" caused the reaction of Democrats in Congress.

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Democrats announced that Alito, who allegedly hung the flag upside down in support of Trump after the disputed presidential elections in 2020, which Trump lost, should especially withdraw from Trump-related cases.

Judge Alito, on the other hand, argued that after the 2020 elections, his wife Martha-Ann Alito hung the flag upside down for a while on her own initiative after a dispute with a neighbor about Trump and that he had nothing to do with the incident.

After Trump lost the 2020 elections in the US, a campaign titled "Stop the Steal" was launched among Republican voters, and people supported Trump by hanging American flags upside down in front of their homes.

Editor: John Wickey