To be fair - I think the same way only polar opposite wrt how SCOTUS ruled.
Seems to me that the last couple of SCOTUS sessions have been all over the place, and it's not the "moderate" justices that are flip-flopping.
Take the 5th Amendment case for example: Thomas and (iirc) Scalia both sided with LE's position that once you pierce the 5th Amendment protection, body movements, or a lack of an answer is an answer.
Tangentially, I think this decision supports Rep. Issa's position wrt the IRS lady who spoke ad nauseum then invoked the 5th.
Then Court turns around and strikes down parts of the VRA.
Compare that with the 7-1 decision to send the AA case back to the District Court.
All of that was just this session. Throw in all the BS from the last couple of years - and it's as if SCOTUS has a cumulative case of legal ADHD.
Then again - I wonder how much bargaining/politicking goes on to reach some of these decisions.