Throughout oral argument, Justice Scalia repeatedly expressed his view that the protesters outside of abortion clinics were not, in fact, protesters at all; rather, he insisted that they only wished to “talk to the women,” distinguishing the action as an act of counseling rather than an act of protesting.   Below, you will hear Justice Scalia’s response to Massachusetts Assistant Attorney General, Jennifer Grace Miller’s opening remark, who speaks a single sentence before Justice Scalia interrupts with his interpretation of the protesters’ actions.