Missouri Senator Hawley has endured outrage from progressives across the nation for his electoral challenge in support of President Trump but what's more interesting is REPUBLICAN REBUKE OF THE MISSOURI POLITICO.
Accordingly, here's another sampling of harsh times confronting this MAGA NEXTGEN Leader from fellow conservatives . . ."Shameful Stuff"
Outgoing GOP Rep. (Va.) tore into Sen. (R-Mo.) after Hawley sent out a fundraising email boosting his upcoming challenge to the Electoral College results. "Of course he's fundraising off fantasy," Riggleman tweeted. "Getting ready for 2024. Using disinformation and conspiracies as a baseline for fundraising. Grift. Fooling people to take their money.
More GOP Outcry
McConnell has also expressed concern that the vote could hurt GOP senators facing tough general election fights by alienating moderate voters. Opposing the GOP-led objection, meanwhile, could jeopardize Republicans' primary prospects by turning off voters who are convinced the election was stolen from Trump. The clash illustrates the emerging tensions between Hawley and Republican leaders.
Republican Top Ranking Leader Calls Out Missouri Official
McConnell called Hawley out over objecting to Electoral College vote during conference call Hawley wasn't on
Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell on Thursday held a conference call with the Senate GOP caucus in which he questioned Missouri Sen. Josh Hawley over his plans to object to the Electoral College vote, according to a source directly familiar with the call.
It's exactly the scenario GOP leaders hoped to avoid. Though conservatives can only delay - not change - the outcome of the election, the votes will provide potential primary fodder against 2022 incumbents and squeeze 2024 White House hopefuls. "That will be a common standard, put out by people who are very loyal to the president.
Former Top Spy Dislikes
Former CIA Director John Brennan explains why he named Sen. Josh Hawley (R-MO) the "Most Craven, Unprincipled, & Corrupt Senator" after he announced plans to object to the Electoral College vote on January 6.
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