Hawley Says He’s Going to Force Senate to Vote Against Trump, Say Election was Real

They’re trying to make Josh Hawley the new hero.

It’s okay. Whatever. Someone needed to do this.


Sen. Josh Hawley on Wednesday pledged to challenge President-elect Joe Biden’s victory in Pennsylvania and possibly other states on Jan. 6, when Congress is set to certify the results of the 2020 election.

The Missouri Republican’s announcement guarantees that both chambers will be forced to debate the results of at least one state and vote on whether to accept Biden’s victory, a process that Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell had urged Republicans to avoid, despite pressure from President Donald Trump, who is urging Republicans to overturn the democratic results.

Though Hawley’s challenge will have no bearing on the ultimate outcome of the election — numerous GOP senators have accepted Biden as president-elect — it will delay the certification of Biden’s victory and force every member of the House and Senate on the record affirming Biden’s win.

Prior to Hawley’s pronouncement, all eyes had been on Sen.-elect Tommy Tuberville (R-Ala.), who had signaled his willingness to support a challenge to Biden’s victory. Trump had praised Tuberville and blasted other Republicans as “weak,” threatening to end the political career of Sen. John Thune (R-S.D.), who told reporters that any challenges were doomed to defeat.

The traditional rules of the Jan. 6 session — a joint meeting of the House and Senate — require a single House member and senator to join together to lodge a challenge. If they do, the branches are required to separate and debate the challenge before resuming the joint session.

Dozens of House Republicans have already pledged to challenge the results but had yet to secure unequivocal support from a senator.

Only one elected Republican — Rep. Adam Kinzinger of Illinois, who has become a prominent critic of Trump’s effort to flip the election results — openly criticized Hawley’s plan. In a mock “internal monologue” for Hawley, Kinzinger imagined the senator saying: “I want to be President so I decided to try to get POTUS tweet saying I’m great even though I know this isn’t going anywhere, but hey … I’ll blame someone else when it fails.”

Kinzinger is the Skeletor to Hawley’s He-Man in this drama, which all looks kinda kayfabe.

I’m sure it’s real on some level, in that these people actually think this. But frankly, if this election fraud goes through, all politics will henceforth be fake. You can’t just allow the government to collude in the entirety to steal an election, and then say “oh well, but the next vote will be real, somehow.”

Frankly, the realest thing that Hawley could do at this point is just punch Kinzinger in the face. He could just come up to him and be like “bro, I heard you was talking shit, bro” and then maybe hit him with a folding chair.

Meanwhile, Kinzinger, who acts like some kind of a smirking bro, recently told America’s most well behaved black bitch that he supports the $2,000.

So who even knows who is going what way at this point.

  • “I’m pro-Trump, and I don’t want the peasants to starve.”
  • “I’m pro-Trump, and I want the peasants to starve.”
  • “I’m anti-Trump, and I don’t want the peasants to starve.”

These are the days of our lives, and I hate it.

The Jews are really mad about Hawley.

Chuck Schumer went ape, in his face diaper.

Andrea Mitchell is equally incensed.

Even though this means nothing, Jews are just generally bothered by the idea of a goy standing up and saying something, at all. Jews really and truly hate the goyim.

Interestingly (maybe), Walmart was also mad about this and tweeted as much.

Walmart later deleted the tweet and apologized.

That really happened, by the way. Not really sure why.

Hawley got an easy shot in there.

Walmart framing themselves as members of the resistance is really just very weird, but I saw a lot of leftists supporting Walmart. So I guess that works for them.