Seditionist U.S. Senator Josh Hawley (R-MO) threw a tantrum on Thursday after Simon & Schuster announced that it might not be publishing his e-book.
“We take critically our bigger public accountability as residents, and can’t help Senator Hawley after his function in what turned a harmful menace,” the publishing firm mentioned.
In what’s a predictable response from the Trump loyalist, Sen. Hawley launched a press release attacking Simon & Schuster and pledging to take the corporate to courtroom.
“That is the Left trying to cancel everybody they don’t approve of,” the senator mentioned. “I’ll battle this cancel tradition with all the pieces I’ve. We’ll see you in courtroom.”
— Josh Hawley (@HawleyMO) January 7, 2021
Hawley is extra upset over a e-book cancellation than an armed riot
By throwing a tantrum over the fact that his actions have penalties, Sen. Hawley confirmed simply how devoted he’s to hitching his wagon to Trumpism.
As a substitute of taking accountability for his actions – on this case, inciting a violent rebel on the U.S. Capitol – he stomps his toes and threatens his critics with authorized motion.
Like Trump’s personal authorized challenges, Sen. Hawley’s is prone to be laughed out of courtroom.
Sean Colarossi presently resides in Cleveland, Ohio. He earned his Bachelor of Arts diploma in Journalism from the College of Massachusetts Amherst and was an organizing fellow for each of President Obama’s presidential campaigns. He additionally labored with Deliberate Parenthood as an Reasonably priced Care Act Outreach Organizer in 2014, serving to northeast Ohio residents get hold of medical health insurance protection.