Slutty Reporter Tells CNN That Establishment Republicans are Worried About Josh Hawley

Aging slut and New York Magazine correspondent Olivia Nuzzi appeared on CNN on Friday to discuss alleged discussions she’s allegedly had with Republicans about the difference between the Josh Hawley (R-MO) challenge to the election verification and the Louie Gohmert (R-TX) challenge.

Hawley is going to challenge the certification of the electoral college vote in the Senate on January 6. Gohmert filed a weird lawsuit, thrown out yesterday, claiming that Mike Pence should decide who the president is.

Nuzzi claimed that establishment Republicans are frustrated with Hawley, because “he’s not some moron like Louie Gohmert.”

Talking about the Gohmert lawsuit, which claims that because Pence serves as head of the Senate he should be able to throw out the electoral college decision, anchor John Avlon asked, “How seriously should anyone take Louie Gohmert?”

“I think the general answer is not very,” Nuzzi quipped.

She continued: “I was talking to a Republican official a few minutes ago about Josh Hawley and what he’s doing and how establishment Republicans view what he’s doing right now. And this person said, I’m quoting, ‘He’s not some moron like Louie Gohmert.’ And the reason why people are being harsher in how they’re assessing what Josh Hawley is doing is because it seems so much more cynical, whereas in Washington, at least among establishment Republicans, Louie Gohmert has always been viewed and continues to be viewed as pretty much a joke.”

At 27, Nuzzi’s sexual value is in drastic decline, and she has her work cut out for her to maintain relevance.

It’s not clear if there is a place in the media landscape for used up millennial women with seriously weird looking plastic surgery, but if there is, Nuzzi is intent on filling that space.

With regards to Josh Hawley: I don’t really have any complaints about anything I’ve seen from him, and I am very happy that he is standing up against the election hoax.

CNN is describing his efforts to force Republicans out into the open, to force them to endorse the election fraud publicly, as causing a “meltdown.”

I’m good with a meltdown. I would actually like to see these people literally melting down, like that scene in Indiana Jones.

But I feel a need to reassert my point with regards to Hawley: no matter what good things he does or says, if he attempts to lead Republican voters back into voting, in the wake of this election hoax, then I am 100% against him.

I’m drawing a hard line here: anyone who tells Republicans to vote, after this stolen election, is a shill. There is no conceivable reason that anyone would vote when we all know, as a matter of absolute fact, that our votes do not count.

So, I’m rooting for Hawley. Even though his appearance on the scene appears almost too convenient, I currently have no reason to be against him. Everything that I’ve seen from him is good. But I will not support anyone who claims that we should vote our way out of a voter fraud debacle.

This is literally like if someone punches you in the face and someone comes up and says “you know what the best way to deal with being punched in the face is? Start punching yourself in the face!”

At this point, Hawley has NOT endorsed voting our way out of voter fraud, so I have no issue with him.

I will say that the biggest issue I have with him is his appearance, which is like shiny plastic.

But he isn’t repulsive or anything. I don’t have a negative reaction to his appearance. There is just something otherworldly and/or synthetic about it.

However, that isn’t a deal-breaker.

Let’s just see where this goes, alright?