—  Sen. Josh Hawley  —


1)  The T-RUMP sewer system could not hold a bad man down and this upstart tried to grab the ring off the carousel to impress fellow dorks and it backfired.  This is the jerkoff Missouri sent to Washington to be a Senator and instead riled up the crowd on January 6th, and nine related deaths,  people died — Hundreds injured— Some permanently — 

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All caught on tape.  Throw this scumbag out of Congress along with the other bastards who provoked the second day of infamy and insurrection against our nation on Jan 6th - The are traitors, it’s not a time in our history to be nice anymore to the people who support T-RUMP and the lies —  

2)  We see this GOP piece of sh*t, a scumbag running like the coward this for his life.  The entire nation has seen him now for what he really is —  his cowardice and lies, he is our January 6th recipient of the prestigious Golden Pr*ck award — and we thought of no one other than Marjorie Greene to present him with it — they would make a happy coupling — maybe even invite Matt Gaetz?  

And on Twitter and other social media music was added to the pictures — There was “Chariots of Fire,” with Hawley running in slow motion to the film’s iconic, piano-punctuated theme song.

Then came the jaunty tune from “The Benny Hill Show,” followed by sound track entries from “Rocky,” “Titanic” and “Curb Your Enthusiasm.”

Hawley hit the music scene next, appearing in Bruce Springsteen’s “Born to Run,” Van Halen’s “Runnin’ With the Devil” and Kate Bush’s “Running Up That Hill,” the 1985 song recently resurrected and whipped to the top of the charts thanks to its prominence in the Netflix show “Stranger Things.”

But the footage of Hawley was all the same: two clips that aired in prime time during the most recent hearing of the House committee investigating the Jan. 6, 2021, attack on the U.S. Capitol. Both showed Hawley running from rioters as they poured into the building, according to the committee.

His home state is thinking of having a five kilometer run each year named after him!

Another entry in the Dumbass Organized Republican  Kook Society or DORKS — They make a great team together totally screwing up everywhere they go and everything they do.   Hawley represents himself as defender of American masculinity —  

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JANUARY 6th —  Washington DC- The Capitol Building  — 

Hawley has become one of the defining figures of that day. A famous photo captured by Francis Chung shows him raising a fist in solidarity with the crowds that would soon be breaking through doors, looting offices and assaulting law enforcement.  In the second photo you see the coward pr*ck running for his life with the protection of the cops he raised a fist against —  

Luria quoted a Capitol Police officer who was there and told the committee that Hawley’s gesture “riled up the crowd, and it bothered her greatly because he was doing it in a safe space protected by the officers and the barriers.” 

The home state paper of Missouri Senator Josh Hawley panned the Republican as a “fleeing coward” in response to the footage released by the January 6 committee which showed him scampering through the halls away from the Capitol rioters mere hours after he was photographed raising a fist in solidarity with the mob.

“Josh Hawley is a laughing stock,” wrote the editorial board for the Kansas City Star, the newspaper that covers the city where Sen Hawley spent most of his childhood and adolescent years.

It’s All On Tape — Portrait Of a Self Serving Schmuck **
The op-ed goes on to detail how during Thursday night’s televised prime time hearing of the House committee investigating the 6 January Capitol riot, Rep Elaine Luria screened a clip of the Missouri junior senator “that will surely follow him the rest of his life”.

“In the clip, Hawley sprints across a hallway as he and his fellow senators are evacuated after insurrectionists had breached the Capitol building. When it went across the screen, the audience in the room with the committee erupted in laughter,” the editorial continues, before highlighting the seeming irony that the social-conservative, election-denying lawmaker who frequently totes the decline of American masculinity as a “dire threat to society” was captured darting away from the very mob he’d only moments before been instigating with a raised arm.
** The schmuck Is the part of the male masculinity thrown away during circumcision --

The Kansas City Star — 
“A signature Hawley issue is masculinity — as in, how little of it American men seem to have these days,” the Kansas City Star wrote. “Twitter didn’t see much bravado as he ran from the mob on Luria’s video.”

And later that day, when the Senate reconvened after the halls of the Capitol had been cleared and secured, Hawley took to the floor to be the first voice calling to throw out millions of Americans’ votes cast fairly and legally for the rightful winner in a presidential election. 

And never forget: He was joined in his campaign to discard ballots by Kansas Sen. Roger Marshall. Chung’s photo of Hawley and his salute has become iconic. Taking a page from the Trump playbook, Hawley has embraced the famous image, flagrantly violating copyright laws by slapping it on T-shirts and camouflage beer koozies, and selling them on his political campaign’s fundraising website. 

Politico, owner of the image, sent a cease-and-desist demanding the merchandise be removed from sale. Of course, Hawley refused — a defiance shameful and shameless in equal measure. Shame, clearly, is not a motivating factor for any number of Republicans still caught up in T-RUMP world. 

Hawley has never apologized for attempting to reinstall a man who everyone around him knew had lost the election, as witness testimony continues to confirm. Surely the Yale and Stanford grad isn’t gullible enough to believe the craven lies about tampering with voting machines and dead people casting ballots that ooze through social media. We realize Hawley’s conscience won’t make him suddenly do the right thing and tell the Jan. 6 committee what he knew and when he knew it. 

But as GOP Rep. Liz Cheney said Thursday while announcing more public hearings to come: “Doors have opened, new subpoenas have been issued, and the dam has begun to break. … We have considerably more to do.” The committee has delivered on its promises so far. Since Trump left office, many insiders have revealed in interviews and tell-alls that his administration really was as unethical and chaotic as its worst detractors claimed all along. 

History will not look kindly upon the dead-enders who continued to defend Trump long after it became apparent his conduct was indefensible. When Cheney is saying even more birds are singing, believe her. Sen. Josh Hawley might not fear a little mockery of his hasty flight from Capitol marauders. But he might be justified if he’s afraid of what emails or text messages some previously-loyal staffer might be considering turning over to the House committee. Stay tuned to the hearings.

How do you expect our country to survive when you frikken idiots in Missouri sent a Pr*ck like this to Washington and I thought Alabama, Texas and Mississippi owned the rights for stupid politicians.   I was wrong— 

In December 2020, Hawley provoked a political backlash when he became the first senator to announce plans to object to the certification of Joe Biden's victory in the 2020 United States presidential election. Hawley led Senate efforts to overturn the Electoral College vote count and rallied supporters of the notion that the 2020 US presidential election was stolen, which subsequently motivated the January 6 attack on the US Capitol.  In late January 2021, Hawley denied trying to overturn the election results.

Excuse me please add Frikken liar to his resume — 

The SLATE  — Josh Hawley — A Prime-Time Drive-By— 

There are people on the Jan. 6 committee’s shit list, and the committee is not above going out of its way to make their lives a little bit more miserable. Throughout the hearings, these targets have often been strong public Trump supporters—his campaign staff, Freedom Caucus members, etc.—about whom the committee has obtained evidence of being privately cowardly or disdainful of T-RUMP. 

The subject of the committee’s mischief in this week’s prime-time hearing was Missouri Sen. Josh Hawley. The senator had lost whatever modest amount of goodwill he had in the Capitol ahead of Jan. 6 when he announced he would object to certification of the election. 

On Thursday, the committee showed the infamous photograph of him raising his fist to the riled-up protesters outside the Capitol—and then it showed security footage of him high-tailin’ it out of there once those same protesters busted into the building. Inside the hearing room, as former D.C. police officer Michael Fanone put it afterward, there was an “eruption of laughter.” 

Fanone, who was injured fighting rioters that day, didn’t find it particularly funny. “Josh Hawley is a bitch,” he said afterward. “And he ran like a bitch.”

Sen. Josh Hawley, a one year Senator from Missouri, climbed out of the sewer and was the first Senator to say he would object to election results.  He has condemned the Capitol violence but was also pictured raising a clenched fist towards Trump supporters. He has defended his actions and decried the decision by his publisher, Simon and Shuster, to cancel a forthcoming book.  He is a liar and fairly stupid.  Hawley also objected to criticism from Joe Biden which Toomey echoed on Sunday.

The President-elect invoked Hitler’s propaganda minister, saying the  GOP Senators were “ part of the big lie …  History tells us it was Hitler’s  minister of Propaganda Herr Goebbels and the great lie.  You keep repeating the great lie, no white lies allowed, repeating the lie, over and over loud and often”   Guardian columnist and former US labor secretary Robert Reich wrote that Cruz and Hawley “should be forced to resign”.

“Knowing Trump’s allegations of voting fraud were false,” he wrote, the two Republicans “ led the move to exclude Biden electors – even after the storming of the Capitol – thereby lending Trump’s claims credibility.

The United States constitution says ‘no Person shall be a Senator or Representative in Congress’ who ‘shall have engaged in insurrection or rebellion against’ the constitution, ‘or given aid or comfort to the enemies thereof’. 

We recommended he stop screwing sheep and get a real life  —    no where near the government  

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