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Josh Hawley’s week goes from bad to worse… much worse

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Fresh off his stint of being the Twitter laughingstock du jour after showcasing his lack of understanding of basic human anatomy, anti-LGBTQ Sen.

Josh Hawley was harshly criticized on the floor of the U.S. Senate on Thursday.In a speech that’s since gone viral, Democratic Sen.

Brian Schatz blasted Hawley for holding up Pentagon nominations. But Schatz’s condemnation went much further than that.“He is damaging the Department of Defense,” he said. “And this comes from a guy who raised his fist in solidarity with the insurrectionists.”Every single word of @SenBrianSchatz destroying Josh Hawley is straight fire.More of this please. ?— Jo ? (@JoJoFromJerz) April 8, 2022“And this comes from a guy who, before the Russian invasion, suggested that maybe it would be wise for Zelensky to make a few concessions about Ukraine and their willingness to join NATO.

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