"Richard Nixon, when he lost to [John F.] Kennedy thought that the election had been stolen in Chicago, which was very likely true with the system at the time," Justice Antonin Scalia told The Telegraph.
"But he did not even think about bringing a court challenge. That was his prerogative. So you know if you don’t like it, don’t blame it on me.
"I didn’t bring it into the courts. Mr Gore brought it into the courts.
"So if you don’t like the courts getting involved talk to Mr Gore."
That’s odd, I thought I remembered the opinion beginning:
GEORGE W. BUSH, et al., PETITIONERS v.
ALBERT GORE, Jr., et al.
on writ of certiorari to the florida supreme court
As in, a discretionary review of a state supreme court decision, which the United States Supreme Court reversed.