If you hear a Dem say Gorsuch started a ‘Fascism Forever’ club, feel free to let ‘em know joke’s on them

About that “Fascism Forever” club that Judge Neil Gorsuch set up in high school…

Well, that never happened.

Many, including actor George Takei, ran with the “scoop” that President Donald Trump’s Supreme Court nominee once headed up the club to counter the liberal faculty at his Jesuit all-boys preparatory high school near Washington D.C.

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“Quite disturbing if true,” Takei noted.

Surprise!

Apparently, Gorsuch was “routinely teased, accused of being ‘a conservative fascist'” by mostly center-left friends and faculty at the school, according to America Magazine.

According to America Magazine:

When it came time to write his senior biography for the yearbook, he would make light of the divide between his conservative political beliefs and those of the more liberal faculty and students.

He wrote that he founded and led the “Fascism Forever Club,” though those with knowledge of the school back in the 1980s say there was no such club. The mention of it in the yearbook was a tongue-in-cheek attempt to poke fun at liberal peers who teased him about his fierce conservatism.

A history teacher at Georgetown Prep, and student government advisor during Gorsuch’s junior and senior years, said  it was “a total joke.”

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“There was no club at a Jesuit school about young fascists,” Steve Ochs told America. “The students would create fictitious clubs; they would have fictitious activities. They were all inside jokes on their senior pages.”

So, just to clarify, there was no “Fascism Forever” club.

**Warning for harsh language:

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