Republican Senator Josh Hawley was one of the few members of Congress who dared to take a defiant stand against a rigged election and as a result, earned the hatred of a corrupt establishment that is bipartisan in nature.
The Missouri lawmaker found out that he was canceled by publisher Simon & Schuster which backed out of the publication of his new book on the abuses of big tech oligarchs who are unaccountable and act as censors for the Democratic party.
Hawley led a small group of Republicans who challenged the certification of the Electoral College votes that included numerous Democrat-controlled states where the results were skewed by trickery, ballot harvesting, and outright fraud.
Wednesday’s monumental turn of events when supporters of President Trump who had been infiltrated by Antifa troublemakers briefly occupied the Capitol after being allowed to do so by police quickly became the catalyst to those seeking to eliminate dissent.
Like President Trump, Hawley is now being blamed for the protest gone awry even though both denounced both the invasion of the building as well as those who resorted to violence.
It was all the material needed for the final propaganda campaign of Trump’s tenure, one that will be long-lasting with the objective of exacting a terrible revenge against those who refused to go along with the illegitimate election.
Following the announcement that the modern-day book burners had reneged on their contract, Hawley was defiant, blasting the move as “Orwellian” and vowing to sue the publishing giant.
Hawley issued the following statement:
“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”
“Let me be clear, this is not just a contract dispute. It’s a direct assault on the First Amendment. Only approved speech can now be published. This is the Left looking to cancel everyone they don’t approve of. I will fight this cancel culture with everything I have. We’ll see you in court.”
It is understandable that Hawley’s The Tyranny Of Big Tech would merit censorship after his colleagues who are in the pocket of Silicon Valley tech tyrants refused to vote in favor of the modification of Section 230 of the Communications Decency Act that allows Facebook, Twitter, and Google to selectively police free speech on their platforms.
Hawley has been one of the only members of Congress who has consistently demanded reforms while others just talk big and do nothing.
According to the now-deleted description from Simon & Schuster’s website:
In The Tyranny of Big Tech, the current senator and former attorney general of Missouri argues that these companies, once hailed as the future of America, are now what ails the country. They are threatening America’s republican form of government. To reverse the concentration of these companies, which define our era, Senator Hawley argues that we must correct the mistakes of the progressive past and recover a more truly republican politics, a politics premised on the importance of the working man and woman. That means recovering the link between liberty and democratic participation. It means getting an economy that makes the working class strong, independent, and accountable to no one. It also means curbing the influence of corporate and political elites—and understanding how we got here in the first place.
The left has fully embraced the authoritarian tactics of the old Soviet Union and now Trump supporters who advocated for free and fair elections will be blacklisted.