Well, high school students best take note: You can't joke around in the yearbook anymore, except in strictly PC ways.No wonder comedians are avoiding campuses these days.
Even Snopes isn't willing to sign onto this one yet. The Daily Beast claims to have found an online version of a high school yearbook that lists the club in Gorsuch's resume, along with other references clearly intended to be humorous, like "I'm no alkie." No one has located an actual copy of the yearbook so far. The school claims there never was any such club. It may have been the off-color joke of a teenager expressing frustration with a crushing PC atmosphere, or it may be an out-and-out hoax. It's a little hard to believe that such a thing, if real, would have been discovered when Gorsuch was vetted for the 10th Circuit or more recently by Trump's team.
I mean, goofing in high school yearbooks is a great American tradition. People are still just kids at that stage.If he were really a fascist, you'd know from his 30 years since high school.
I remember when Snopes was used by Leftists to lecture people online that anything acting against Leftist bs, was bs. Perhaps some of them were those infamous Dixiecrats floating about.
People are still just kids at that stage.No wonder Americans are messed up.Since 6-8 years old, frontiersmen weren't kids, they were junior adults, armed with the power of life and death through training in arms and horsemanship, also speaking the truth.Many have voluntarily relinquished the inheritance and traditions, but not everyone.
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