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    Republican Missouri Sen. Josh Hawley called on the Department of Justice Thursday to file a suit in protection of American religious liberty as coronavirus restrictions on houses of worship continue. “The American people have endured six months of closures and restrictions on their houses of worship,” Hawley wrote in a letter to Attorney General William...
    Sen. Josh Hawley called on the feds to shoot down TikTok’s proposed partnership with Oracle because it would keep the popular short-video app tethered to its Chinese owner. The Missouri Republican laid out his concerns in a Monday letter urging the Committee on Foreign Investment in the US to reject TikTok parent ByteDance’s proposal...
    Sen. Josh Hawley called on the feds to shoot down TikTok’s proposed partnership with Oracle because it would keep the popular short-video app tethered to its Chinese owner. The Missouri Republican laid out his concerns in a Monday letter urging the Committee on Foreign Investment in the US to reject TikTok parent ByteDance’s proposal to...
            by Mary Margaret Olohan  Republican Missouri Sen. Josh Hawley demanded that Netflix remove “Cuties” Friday after Netflix defended the film in a Thursday night statement to the Daily Caller News Foundation. “In early 2019, journalists first began to report that YouTube videos of children in partial states of exposure were...
    The controversy surrounding Netflix’s Cuties has drawn the scrutiny of two U.S. senators who are demanding that the streaming service explain why it released the movie, which depicts underage girls performing raunchy dance moves and simulated sexual acts. In separate letters sent to Netflix on Friday, Sens. Mike Lee (R-UT) and Josh Hawley (R-MO) said...
    Republican Missouri Sen. Josh Hawley demanded that Netflix remove “Cuties” Friday after Netflix defended the film in a Thursday night statement to the Daily Caller News Foundation. “In early 2019, journalists first began to report that YouTube videos of children in partial states of exposure were being ‘inundated with comments’ by pedophiles, exposing the children...
    Sen. Josh Hawley called on Congress to investigate why federal government agencies were allowed to spend taxpayer dollars on training sessions related to White privilege and critical race theory, two days after President Trump signed an executive order ending the practice entirely. "I think that the president's action here to stop funding is absolutely appropriate," Hawley, R.-Mo., told...
    Sen. Josh Hawley (R-MO) is demanding that the Walt Disney Co. answer for its collaboration with Chinese officials in Xinjiang during the production of Mulan, saying that the studio is “whitewashing genocide” by partnering with the secret police who are involved in Uyghur concentration camps. In a letter made public Wednesday, Hawley asks Disney to pull...
    The backlash around Disney’s “Mulan” is escalating, with a US senator accusing the Mouse House of “whitewashing genocide” as it cooperated with the Chinese government to get the movie made. As the film nears its theatrical debut in China on Friday, critics have pointed to a line in the movie’s credits that thanks the Xinjiang...
    President Donald Trump on Wednesday announced his updated list of conservative candidates he would nominate to the Supreme Court if re-elected as president. “Every one of these individuals will ensure equal justice, equal treatment, and equal rights for citizens of every race, color, religion, and creed,” Trump said in an appearance at the White House....
    President Donald Trump has revealed a list of people he would consider as potential U.S. Supreme Court nominees in the event that the high court has an opening while he is in office, and some of the names are familiar: Republican Sens. Ted Cruz (Texas), Tom Cotton (Ark.), and Josh Hawley (Mo.). What...
    President Donald Trump floated yet another “short list” of Supreme Court candidates on Wednesday — amid a furor about the damning revelations about him in Bob Woodward’s new book — and included on the slate of 20 names were several high-profile far right conservative U.S. senators. During his daily White House briefing, Trump devoted...
    President Trump on Wednesday listed 20 additional candidates he would consider for the Supreme Court if he’s re-elected, including three Republican senators. Sens. Ted Cruz of Texas, Tom Cotton of Arkansas and Josh Hawley of Missouri made the list. Hawley is a former clerk for Supreme Court Chief Justice John Roberts. Kentucky Attorney General...
    President Trump on Wednesday listed 20 additional candidates he would consider for the Supreme Court if he’s re-elected, including three Republican senators. Sens. Ted Cruz of Texas, Tom Cotton of Arkansas and Josh Hawley of Missouri made the list. Hawley is a former clerk for Supreme Court Chief Justice John Roberts. Kentucky Attorney General Daniel...
    President Donald Trump added 20 names to his list of potential Supreme Court Justices on Wednesday, supplementing the list he originally presented before the 2016 election. Trump notably added three Republican senators to the list, including Arkansas Sen. Tom Cotton, Texas Sen. Ted Cruz, and Missouri Sen. Josh Hawley. The original members such as U.S....
    Missouri Republican Sen. Josh Hawley is introducing a bill to raise the salaries of police officers and increase hiring in the wake of mass civil unrest and growing calls to defund the police. “Police departments across the country are under siege-underfunded, facing increased retirements, and struggling to make new hires. But as violence and rioting...
    Sen. Josh Hawley, R-Mo., is planning to submit a bill to Congress on Wednesday authorizing the Justice Department to raise the salaries of state and local police forces all across the country -- except in cities that have chosen to defund law enforcement in the wake of nationwide protests and riots. The David Dorn Back the Blue Act was named for...
    Senator Josh Hawley (R-MO) falsely portrayed Vice President Joe Biden’s stance on America’s civil unrest during an interview with Fox News’ Tucker Carlson. As Kenosha, Wisconsin continues to observe violence protests following the police shooting of Jacob Blake, Biden gave a video address on Wednesday in support of the peaceful protest, but also condemning...
    At the Democratic Party’s convention last week, Joe Biden and Kamala Harris told us they want to “Build Back Better.” But that’s nonsense. All they want to build back are big banks, big tech and Beijing. Let’s be honest – after four years of President Trump upsetting the status quo on Wall Street, in Silicon Valley...
    Leaked documents describing contents from a diversity, equity, and inclusion training session at the federally funded Sandia National Laboratories caused Republican Missouri Sen. Josh Hawley to send a letter Thursday to Secretary of Energy Dan Brouillette questioning the program. Sandia, a federal contractor, who is responsible for building the country’s nuclear arsenal, last year...
    President Trump is expected to force Chinese-owned social media app TikTok to divest its U.S. operations as calls to investigate the popular video platform on Capitol Hill. The president is said to be readying an address on the app, which has surged in popularity over the past year, amid concerns about its data collection practices...
    Republican Missouri Sen. Josh Hawley called for NBA Commissioner Adam Silver to testify on Capitol Hill regarding allegations that his league operated training camps in China where children were beaten. Hawley’s request comes after a bombshell report from ESPN detailing the alleged culture of abuse inside the NBA’s “China Academies,” youth development camps aimed at...
    Rumors have swirled that President Donald Trump could get the chance to nominate a third member of the Supreme Court later this year. One Republican senator — and member of Judiciary Committee — is making it clear that any nominee sent to the upper chamber must oppose Roe v. Wade to get his support. ...
    Sen. Josh Hawley said he refuses to support any nominee for the Supreme Court who believes in the legality of the landmark case Roe v. Wade, in which the high court ruled that abortion was a right protected by the Constitution. “I will vote only for those Supreme Court nominees who have explicitly acknowledged that...
    Sen. Josh Hawley (R-MO) said on Sunday he would only back Supreme Court nominees that state on the record that the Supreme Court case Roe v. Wade was “wrongly decided.” Hawley, a member of the Senate Judiciary Committee, told the Washington Post, “I will vote only for those Supreme Court nominees who have explicitly acknowledged that Roe...
    Marsha Blackburn, the junior senator from Tennessee, declared in a video posted to her Twitter account that she had received a response from the NBA regarding the letter she wrote in June to NBA commissioner Adam Silver expressing “concern about their relationship in China and how they profit by doing business in China.” She...
    U.S. Sen. Josh Hawley (R, MO) took to Twitter on Tuesday to challenge Nike and its business partner, the NBA, to end its association with the companies that use Chinese slave labor to manufacture their products. On Tuesday, Sen. Hawley tweeted out a challenge to both the NBA and Nike to pledge that they are...
    Republican Senator Josh Hawley of Missouri said Monday he plans to introduce a bill that will hold U.S. companies accountable for using forced labor, specifically noting instances of abuse in China. The Slave-Free Business Certification Act would obligate CEOs to audit, report, and certify their company’s supply chains do not use forced labor domestically or...
    China Forcing Uighurs To Make Face Masks Sold In US. Josh Hawley Wants Companies ‘Held Accountable’
    Sen. Josh Hawley offered legislation aimed at holding responsible companies that rely on slave labor in their supply chains. The Slave-Free Business Certification Act, introduced by the Missouri Republican on Monday, would require routine independent audits of companies to ensure they are not complicit in forced labor and trafficking in their supply chains. The...
    Sen. Josh Hawley, R-Mo., slammed the NBA for pulling custom gear from its online store following the backlash the league received for blocking "Free Hong Kong" to be printed on its apparel. On Monday, the NBA was swept into controversy after a viral video showed that the online store could not process orders that used the text...
    Sen. Josh Hawley (R-MO) is asking Attorney General Bill Barr to open an investigation into the prosecution of Mark and Patricia McCloskey, the St. Louis couple seen on video protecting their home with guns on June 28. A couple has come out of their house and is pointing guns at protesters in their neighborhood #StLouis...
    Josh Hawley Calls For Civil Rights Investigation Into Prosecutor Who Confiscated Weapons From St. Louis Couple
    Sen. Josh HawleyJoshua (Josh) David HawleyTwitter accounts of Obama, Biden, Musk and others compromised Larry Hogan's hopes Hawley fires back at ESPN, NBA over China MORE (R-Mo.) called on the Justice Department to launch a civil rights investigation into St. Louis Circuit Attorney Kimberly Gardner and her office after Gardner herself announced an investigation into...
    Bradley Cortright July 16, 2020 0 Comments A recent cyberattack that targeted several prominent Twitter users is sparking fears about the platform’s security and the safety of users’ data. Sen. Josh Hawley (R-Mo.) penned a letter to Twitter’s CEO Jack Dorsey to inquire about the hack and if users’ personal data was stolen. “As...
    Sen. Josh Hawley urged Twitter CEO Jack Dorsey to call in the Department of Justice and the FBI to take “any necessary measures” to secure the social media site after some of its most prominent users were compromised by suspected bitcoin scammers Wednesday afternoon. The Twitter accounts of former President Barack Obama, Democratic presidential candidate...
    Sen. Josh Hawley, R-Mo., said on Monday that ESPN should ask tough questions to the NBA about China’s misdeeds, instead of apologizing for one of their reporters sending a profane email to Hawley. “I don’t want an apology. I don’t want his suspension. I want ESPN to ask the NBA these tough questions,” Hawley told “Fox...
    Sen. Josh Hawley lashed out at the National Basketball Association after users reported that they were unable to write "Free Hong Kong" on customized jerseys the league is selling through its online store. The Missouri Republican accused the NBA, which will allow players to wear "approved phrases" that support social causes when play resumes, on...
    Missouri Sen. Josh Hawley voiced support for a subpoena of the NBA commissioner to investigate the league's ties to the Chinese Communist Party. During an interview with radio host Hugh Hewitt, Hawley, a frequent critic of the Chinese Communist Party, said he would be open to initiating Senate hearings on the NBA's financial ties...
    Sen. Josh HawleyJoshua (Josh) David HawleyESPN suspends NBA reporter after profane email to Hawley: report Hillicon Valley: Facebook considers political ad ban | Senators raise concerns over civil rights audit | Amazon reverses on telling workers to delete TikTok ESPN's Adrian Wojnarowski emails Josh Hawley an F-bomb MORE (R-Mo.) in an interview on Monday called...
    Senator Josh Hawley (R-Mo.) may have been the one to out ESPN’s Adrian Wojnarowski for sending him a profane email, but he apparently didn’t want the NBA insider to get suspended over it. “@espn don’t suspend a reporter, ask tough question of @NBA about their pro-#China, anti-America bias. Star reporting for goodness sake,” Hawley...
    ESPN on Sunday suspended longtime reporter Adrian Wojnarowski after he replied to an email from Sen. Josh Hawleys press office questioning NBA commissioner Adam Silver and the leagues relationship with China by writing, "F*** you." The suspension will last two weeks. Hawley, R-Mo., first tweeted Wojnarowskis response. "Dont criticize #China or express support for law...
    ESPN reporter Adrian Wojnarowski was reportedly suspended without pay for sending an explicit email response to Senator Josh Hawley (R-MO), who had written a letter to NBA commissioner Adam Silver on Friday requesting answers about their sanctioning of political messages on players’ jerseys. Hawley wrote: “Conspicuously missing from the list of approved phrases are any...
    ESPN has suspended its top NBA reporter after he responded with an expletive to an email from Sen. Josh HawleyJoshua (Josh) David HawleyHillicon Valley: Facebook considers political ad ban | Senators raise concerns over civil rights audit | Amazon reverses on telling workers to delete TikTok ESPN's Adrian Wojnarowski emails Josh Hawley an F-bomb Overnight...
    ESPN reporter Adrian Wojnarowski has been suspended. According to a Saturday night report from Outkick, Woj has been suspended by the network after he responded “F**k you” to an email from Senator Josh Hawley about the NBA and China. (RELATED: David Hookstead Is The True King In The North When It Comes To College Football) Don’t criticize #China or express...
    ESPN has reportedly suspended one of their reporters for a profane response to an email from U.S. Senator Josh Hawley (R, MO) Last week, Senator Hawley’s office sent an email to the NBA in which it took the league to task for their business ties with and refusal to criticize, Communist China. In addition, the...
    Superintendent for one of USs largest public school systems has a message for DeVos: You cant put every kid back in a school Tax Day deals are almost non-existent but National Fry Day brings free fries, deals Monday Doc Rivers challenges Sen. Josh Hawley to acknowledge Black Lives Matter Missouri U.S. Senator Josh Hawley...
    ESPN reportedly suspended NBA insider and reporter Adrian Wojnarowski after he sent an email to Republican Missouri Sen. Josh Hawley reading, “F--- you.” The Republican senator asked NBA Commissioner Adam Silver last week if he would allow players to wear jerseys with the message: "Free Hong Kong." Hawley was criticizing the league after officials...