Rookie Auditions For SCOTUS Garage Band

by on 24/06/17 at 10:06 am

New York attorney Alconquin J Calhoun says he feels threatened by the presence of Neil Gorsuch on the Supreme Court bench citing the Justice's frequent use of 'big words.'

New York attorney Alconquin J Calhoun says he feels threatened by the presence of Neil Gorsuch on the Supreme Court bench citing the Justice’s frequent use of ‘big words.’

Washington DC – (SatireWorld.com)

US Supreme Court newby Neil Gorsuch is honing his ‘I-Shot-The-Sheriff’ tonight ahead of next week’s anticipated SCOTUS garage band audition.

A vacancy at the chart-topping line-up cropped up unexpectedly with Associate Justice Scalia’s February 2016 demise.

“Antonin Scalia’s RIP has left a gaping chasm in our maracas department,” a choral deposition for the musicians’ FaceBook tweeted.

“Hmm, bet it rattled plenty at the Justice Department,” a SatireWorld deep-throat commented, “when the SCOTUS Greatest Hits compilation went viral without him.

“Hopefully Neil’s own sleight of wrist will be all that it takes.”

49 year-old Colorado-born Gorsuch is widely expected to succeed at next week’s audition as the band rehearses a new medley of legislation-themed music.

“A raft of SCOTUS cannabis laws appeals awaiting the judges hints at Dylan’s ‘Rainy Day Women #12 & 35’ as part of the repertoire,” our deep-throat added.

“Everybody Must Get Stoned.”



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