Forgive TKC, this might just be another example of political hypocrisy considering today's vitriol from progressives targeting a seemingly thoughtful objection to law enforcement overreaching. For the record, Alanis Morissette completely skewed my version of what qualifies as ironic.
From the Missouri politico . . .
“As a former prosecutor, my view is it’s dangerous to simply give the federal government open-ended authority to define a whole new class of federal hate crime incidents,” he said in a statement.
Like it or not, that's a thoughtful viewpoint that understands that political posturing does very little to protect people on the streets.
Still, here's a glimpse at what the Democratic Party rank & file contend . . .
POLITICS Hawley was the only senator to vote against the legislation condemning hate crimes against Asian Americans. Sen. Josh Hawley (R-Mo.) was the only senator to vote Thursday against legislation seeking to combat anti-Asian hate crimes, prompting a collective eye roll from critics online. The bill, introduced by Sen.