Bah. As to the other part of his ludicrous statement, that the Supreme Court overturning a law passed by a "strong majority" of Congress would be "unprecedented" and "extraordinary," well, that fell down on the very first statute I even checked: The Violence Against Women Act (1994). Got 384 votes in the House and 95 votes in the Senate. THAT, folks, is a "strong majority," and it was struck down.
I'm sure that's not the only one in the other ~50 statutes struck down over the last 30 years. I haven't looked, but what kind of a margin do you suppose the Child Pornography Prevention Act (1996) passed by? My guess is not small.
Some "constitutional scholar," he.