It appears that Ross Nelson was offended by a "persistent commenter" (those pesky individuals) who had exposed his (Nelson's) prior, feckless attempt to redefine constitutional law as it relates to the 14th Amendment to suit his (Nelson's) agenda.
Nelson derisively refers to the fallibility of the U.S. Supreme Court to imply that his infallible interpretation of the 14th Amendment supersedes that of the U.S. Supreme Court and multiple district courts.
Spoiler alert: As much as he might disagree, Nelson is not infallible nor does his legal acumen approach that of the U.S. Supreme Court, district courts and their legal teams. The corollary? Nelson has again demonstrated his arrogant and delusional slant toward his competence versus that of the U.S. Supreme Court and district courts when their interpretation of constitutional law does not reconcile with his own specious interpretation.
It might be prudent for Nelson to follow the advice of one Will Rogers: "If you find yourself in a hole, stop digging."