The junior senator from Missouri is playing victim on another level.
"What happened to Josh Hawley isn’t cancel culture. It’s called consequences,” the CNN host said of the Trump-supporting GOP senator from Missouri.
The Republican senator from Missouri claimed he was being muzzled in the most un-muzzled way possible.
The complaint filed by seven Democrats follows calls from their colleagues for their expulsion.
Previously, Simon & Schuster canceled the publication of the Missouri Republican's book, “The Tyranny of Big Tech,” in the wake of the siege of the U.S. Capitol.
The upscale hotel chain said on Twitter that it opposed the Jan. 6 riot and “all who supported and incited the actions.”
“Graham’s lock has been picked," George Will wrote in his column for The Washington Post.
The senator has not acknowledged how his own voter fraud lies inspired Capitol rioters.
Republicans who fomented the U.S. Capitol riot with lies must face consequences.
The First Amendment is under siege from book publishers, according to the junior senator from Missouri.