Ew, Boy, Trump's Supreme Court Pick Founded the "Fascism Forever" Club While In Prep School and Twitter Has Sentenced Him to Roast
Man, it would’ve been a lot better if this dude just joined chess club.
While in prep school, then-super cool student Neil Gorsuch wanted to show the lefties on campus that he was down with Reagan. And what teenager shouldn’t be? With his hip demeanor and “just say no” attitude.
But unfortunately, for the future Judge Neil Gorsuch, the supreme court pick of that reality-TV gameshow host who won the presidency last year, these things have a way of coming back to haunt you.
A hilarious joke then — and seriously, what’s funnier than founding a club called “Fascism Forever,” I mean, what a knee slapper — is now a big problem today. Apparently, people with their “fears” of “fascism” don’t like the idea of it being around forever because when it’s around for more than a couple years, World War II happens. Still, I can’t imagine a funnier joke than the “Fascism Forever” Club. I mean HILARIOUS. I can’t stop laughing.
Anyway, Twitter isn’t too happy with it because FASCISM IS A BAD THING. Anyway, enjoy:
Not a great look.
Yeah, it's up there with my Axel Rose phase.
Is it though? We like fascism now, right?
Hey guys! So, it's a bad idea to have SCOTUS justice who started a club called "fascism forever."— shannonwoodward (@shannonwoodward) February 2, 2017
This is a non-partisan statement.
What part was the half joke? The fascism or the forever?
Gorsuch was half-joking with a Fascism Forever club, because real fascism did not seem possible to him in the 80s. Curious how he feels now.— John Levenstein (@johnlevenstein) February 2, 2017
Good thing he didn't go with the "Racism Forever" Club.
Let's all at least consider that a 1980s "Fascism forever" club was a young conservative's cheeky response to liberals calling Reagan one.— Kyle Blaine (@kyletblaine) February 2, 2017
Also, what kind of nerd quotes Kissinger. You're supposed to quote the Grateful Dead.
Shruggy face is right.
Shruggy face is right.
You're going to like the way you look
Fascism Forever sounds like the place in the mall where Donald Trump sells his suits.— Keating Thomas (@keatingthomas) February 2, 2017
Say no more
Gorsuch: I'd like out of the Fascism Forever club, please.— Stephen Bedell (@BedellBoston) February 2, 2017
Fellow member: Reich away, Mr. President/Founder. (Wink, nod)