OMG! Right After His Hearing, Neil Gorsuch Did Something That Will Make You Cry Tears of Joy

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Right After His Hearing, Neil Gorsuch Did Something That Will Make You Cry Tears of Joy

At the very end of Neil Gorsuch’s confirmation hearing yesterday, he said something that sent CHILLS down everyones spine!

Senator Ben Sasse asked him how he would want to be remembered at the end of his live, and Gorsuch responded with the most heartwarming, humble answer i’ve ever heard!

Gorsuch described how he makes his Law School students write their own obituary’s at the end of each Semester so they keep their priorities in check. The room got SILENT as Gorsuch gave this emotional answer and put life in perspective! He sounded EXACTLY like Scalia! Every American needs to see this! SHARE this on Facebook so it goes viral!

Here’s part of what he said:

“What I try to point out is, it’s not how big your bank account balance is, nobody ever puts that in their draft obituary, or that they billed the most hours, or that they won the most cases. It’s how they treated other people along the way.

And for me, it’s the words I read yesterday from Increase Sumner’s tombstone. And that means as a person, I’d like to be remembered as a good dad, a good husband, kind and mild in private life, dignified and firm in public life. And I have no illusions that I’ll be remembered for very long. If Byron White is as nearly forgotten as he is now, as he said he would be, I have no illusions, I won’t last five minutes; that’s as it should be.

The great joy in life, Shaw said, is devoting yourself to a cause you deem mighty before you are thrown on the scrap heap. An independent judiciary in this country, I can carry that baton for as long as I can carry it, and I have no illusions i’m going to last as long as you suggest, and that’ll be good enough for me.”

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