She had him tripping over himself by the end of it. Jeffress’ main points were that the majority of the town was Christian and he would never have prohibited people of other faiths from delivering those invocations. Of course, if the officials in Greece made it clear than anyone was welcome, there wouldn’t be a Supreme Court case in the first place. They didn’t do that. They sought out Christian pastors specifically. Jeffress has no defense to that.
He came off as a man afraid that the status quo might soon change, leaving him without all of his power.