Josh Hawley says he doesn’t regret anything about January 6th, and he’s glad he was able to fundraise from it

Hey, remember when the senator Josh Hawley Assist Spread Donald Trump2020 elections lie, raised his fist In solidarity with With the MAGA mob coming to attack the Capitol, Get out of the violence While law enforcement risked their lives, then returned to Voting to block the election results Who gets a certificate? After nearly 19 months, no doubt anyone with a conscience would be horrified by his actions, get down on his proverbial (or literal!) knees to beg for forgiveness, and resign in disgrace. As a member of the Republican Party, Hawley was either born without the shame gene or had it surgically removed upon taking office. Far from realizing that his actions were beyond pallor, he thinks they were completely justified and, apparently, she would have done nothing different. We know this because he said that day.

Speaking to CNN, the Missouri senator told the outlet on Wednesday, “I don’t regret anything I did that day.” In response to the January 6 Commission’s claim that his infamous fist-pump provoked the bloodthirsty mob, whose actions would eventually lead to the death of many more people, Hawley said, “It is my honor to be attacked by the January 6 Commission, and I want to say thank you for all Assistance in fundraising. Among the shocking footage broadcast by the commission during its last hearing scheduled for prime time in the summer, showing the terrified lawmaker fleeing the Capitol, Hawley insisted: “This is just a phishing attempt…the reason I was attacked by the Jan. 6 commission Because I’m on their way and the position I took is one I don’t regret and I won’t back down from.”

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In addition to apparently raising money from the video of him pulling out of the Capitol, which we’ll share here for posterity…

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… Hawley also started Sell Mugs and other merchandise bear a picture of him clenching his fist in solidarity with the people gathered outside the Capitol just one month after the attack. In March 2021, Politico, which owns the copyrighted image, sent a cease-and-desist letter to Hawley’s campaign, asking it to stop selling items using the image. Hawley’s team replied: “The image used on the mug is fair use protected and Hawley’s campaign speech is protected under the First Amendment. Neither the campaign nor Senator Hawley will engage in self-censorship to appease your client’s legally groundless demands.”

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