How Trey Gowdy Reacts to the Ice Bucket Challenge Will Make You Think He Has Ice Water Running Through His Veins
Celebrities and politicians have joined with every day Americans to take part in the ALS Ice Bucket challenge, where participants pour a bucket of ice water over their heads, or donate $100 to the ALS Association. Trey Gowdy also participated, and unlike most other people who joined in, his reaction was a bit… surprising.
South Carolina Rep. Trey Gowdy was called out by Florida Rep. Dennis Ross to complete the ultra-viral ALS Ice Bucket Challenge, but it was his reaction that reminds us who Trey Gowdy is.
Sen. Kelly Ayotte (R- New Hampshire) was clearly nervous and fazed by the ice.
… Even former Secret Service agent and Republican candidate for the U.S. House Dan Bongino was startled as the ice started flowing.
… Bill Gates’ Ice Bucket Challenge made him look like he forgot he was the richest man in the world, if only for a second.
But how about Trey Gowdy, the former federal prosecutor and one of the fiercest members of Congress?
NOTHING FAZES TREY GOWDY. PERIOD. YOUR TURN, REP. CHAFFETZ — YOU HAVE LESS THAN 24 HOURS.
P.S. The Ice Bucket Challenge against ALS is reported to have raised over $15.6 million to date, so let’s certainly make sure to continue with the ice buckets…
George Bush’s ice bucket challenge video was a pretty big hit, plenty of celebrities have jumped on board, and it’s probably only a matter of time before Obama… well, he probably won’t actually participate, but he’ll probably figure out a hashtag to show his solidarity. It seems pretty clear, though, that no one will be able to do the ice bucket challenge and look even half as badass as Trey Gowdy did.
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