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You know, ahistorical cancel culture.

Josh Hawley (r) [2016 file photo].

Today, from the junior embarrassment from Missouri:

Sen. Hawley Introduces NDAA Amendment to Resist Left-Wing Assault on History
Wednesday, June 24, 2020


This latest effort to unilaterally rename bases and remove war memorials, all behind closed doors, smacks of the cancel culture the Left wants to impose on the nation. Any discussion about renaming bases should be had in the light of day, out in the open, and it should involve military families, veterans, and state and local stakeholders. That’s what my amendment would do.


Apparently he claims to have attended elite schools that had high academic standards.

Sure, Josh, let’s hear what you have to say about honoring traitors with statues on public land and naming military bases after them. You know, out in the open.

“The most dangerous place to stand in Washington D.C. is any place between Senator Josh Hawley and a live microphone” – Charles P. Pierce