Simon & Schuster is a Jewish company. I think that is important to note.
Richard Leo Simon is actually Carly Simon‘s father.
Everyone cracked after the Capitol Storm. Except Josh Hawley. He remained the last man standing.
And he’s going to pay for that in a lot of different ways.
Simon & Schuster said on Thursday that it would cancel the publication of an upcoming book by Senator Josh Hawley, one of several members of Congress who tried to overturn the results of the presidential election.
Mr. Hawley, a Missouri Republican and Trump ally, has been criticized for challenging the results and accused of helping incite the mob that stormed the Capitol on Wednesday. His book, “The Tyranny of Big Tech,” was scheduled to be published in June.
Every single other Senator who said they would challenge the results backed down after the Storm. Every one of them.
Now his book on censorship is being censored.
“We did not come to this decision lightly,” Simon & Schuster said in a statement. “As a publisher it will always be our mission to amplify a variety of voices and viewpoints: At the same time we take seriously our larger public responsibility as citizens, and cannot support Senator Hawley after his role in what became a dangerous threat.”
In a statement posted to Twitter, Mr. Hawley said that the cancellation of his book was an affront to the First Amendment.
“This could not be more Orwellian,” he said. “Simon & Schuster is canceling my contract because I was representing my constituents, leading a debate on the Senate floor on voter integrity, which they have now decided to redefine as sedition.”
Mr. Hawley added: “We’ll see you in court.” In a subsequent statement, Simon & Schuster said it was confident it was acting within its contractual rights.
I don’t know what he’s planning on doing in court. I guess he can argue the contract he signed (although I suspect the contract includes “we can cancel this book”).
It’s certainly not going to be a situation where a court forces the Jews to publish the book. In the best case, they might have to give him money for breaking contract, which doesn’t really mean anything.
— Josh Hawley (@HawleyMO) January 7, 2021
He certainly can’t protest censorship in court – the courts have already totally decided that any private company is allowed to strip you of your First Amendment rights for political reasons.
It is some kind of libertarian thing, which is all tied up in Jewish pilpul, where it’s only the government that isn’t allowed to violate your Constitutional rights. Private companies, with the blessing of the government, are totally allowed to strip you of your First Amendment rights.
What they don’t ever talk about (although it shouldn’t even matter) is that these private companies are contracted by the government and also rely heavily on public infrastructure. Which should – even within libertarianism – mean that they have to honor your Constitutional rights. But it doesn’t matter, because our court system is controlled by the same people who control these private companies doing the censoring: the Jews.
We can actually picture a situation where liberals argue that because of libertarian ideology, Google is allowed to quarter soldiers in your home. They could even be contracted by the US government – just as long as they had “Google” badges on, they could force their way in and sleep in your bed.
Please note that a sitting Senator having his book (which is hilariously about censorship) censored is just the beginning of the post 1/6 censorship campaign. Everything that was left of freedom of speech is going to be wiped out over the next couple of weeks.