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Josh Hawley (r) [2016 file photo].


Josh Hawley @HawleyMO
In other words, the White House dares not offend Beijing
2:13 PM · Nov 28, 2022

Some of the responses:

What part of his answer did you not understand? You went to all these private schools, taught in a private school in UK, and live in Virginia, and can’t understand that the White House supports the people (and not the government) of China in this protest?

How hard is it to denounce the leader of your Party dining with a white nationalist and an anti-semite?

Pipe down there treasonous Insurrectionist. Your “peaceful protest” was an attempt to overthrow the government of the United States. We won’t forget that Joshua.

The runner says what.

The running coward says what?

FYI Hawley tweeted this while running down a hall.


And what are you doing to support them? Writing snarking comments on Twitter doesn’t count.

Especially from your home in Virginia.

You didn’t say anything when Ivanka got her trademarks from China while “working” in the White House.

There’s that.

Well, Josh, at least he didn’t say there are good people on both sides. Right?

No, it means:

“The White House supports the right of peaceful protest.”

Sorry you were running away when you said that and I couldnt hear you. Loser.

Little Running Insurrectionist says what?

Guess it doesn’t bother you at all that most people now only see you holding your fist up to incite insurrectionists then running away in the halls. That’s it. A cowardly, weak, pathetic, insurrectionist inciter.

The head of your party dines with neo-Nazis, white supremacists and anti-semites. Yet you remain silent.

Your opinion is worthless.

Shouldn’t you be running somewhere??


In other words, the administration gave the correct answer diplomatically and we cannot be seen as encouraging or fomenting an insurrection in China. Do you understand that or are you just trying to score political points as always?

Don’t you have somewhere to run off to?

We’re all just impressed you’re able to text while running, Josh.

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