Josh Hawley called you stupid
Are you a Republican voter? Are you planning to participate in the 2024 presidential primary election? If your answer to the first two questions is “yes”, then I have a third question: are you not angry? Almost every day, the thin and hungry legislator Josh Hawley attacked his workplace, suggesting that most Republicans are stupid. That’s right: The crimes committed by the Missouri senator go far beyond the usual or misleading occasional appeal to the “base.”
; Presumed ignorance and recklessness are the driving force behind his actions. The most recent insult took place on Thursday, when the conspiracy theory was not only promoted by Yale Law School graduate Hawley, but also by the election day after his actions were stolen by Democrats, or possibly by Republicans in the certification process. Steal by members of Congress-led to an attack on the U.S. Capitol. But for Josh Holly, the biggest tragedy of the past week was not that the President of the United States triggered a failed riot. Simon & Schuster, the publisher of Hawley’s forthcoming book “The Tyranny of Big Tech” (another issue that Hoff thinks you are ignorant) announced that it will not proceed with this project. This is Holly’s response:> This is simply Orwellian. Simon & Schuster is canceling my contract because I represented my voters in the Senate debate on voter integrity and they have now decided to redefine it as inflammatory. Let me be clear, this is not just a contract dispute. This is a direct attack on the First Amendment. Only approved speeches can now be published. This is everyone on the left who wants to cancel their disagreement. I will do my best to fight this culture of cancellation. We will see you in court. If this is the constitutional requirement that Hawley plans to make in court, then he can expect him to have about the same luck as the Trump campaign in recent months. The decision of Simon & Schuster was neither Orwellian nor in violation of the First Amendment, let alone a “direct attack” on it. The government did not restrict Holly’s speech. He is free to find publishers willing to contact him. In my opinion, Simon & Schuster should not cancel the contract, because if American institutions abide by the spirit and not just comply with the provisions of the First Amendment, the situation in the United States will be better. But the company has no constitutional obligation to establish contact with Holly. I can certainly understand why it does not want to happen after the events of Wednesday. The purpose of Holly’s statement is obvious: participating in this personal incident is a direct result of his own actions and makes Republicans feel like a terrorist attack. Personal attacks on them and their beliefs. It’s not. But remember: Holly’s political destiny is closely related to the bet that voters will not think clearly. In Hawley’s hypothesis that he predicted himself, the most insidious thing is that even after continuing to attack the Capitol, he continues to oppose the passing of the election certificate by Congress. When conservative officials such as Hawley and the shameful Ted Cruz spread our conspiracy theories, we should be able to trust them and they should trust these leaders, which shows voters that these theories are correct , It may also be correct. Conspiracy theories are natural, and laymen’s belief in conspiracy theories does not automatically make them stupid. All of us are living busy lives, and most Americans cannot spend every waking moment of themselves on everything. They rely on their own ideological officials to tell them the truth. When these officials lie for political gain, there are consequences. Through positive reasoning and a tendency to believe in the worst “enemy”, the consequences become more serious. These consequences are sometimes even bloody. Nowadays, Senator Holly in particular has done a lot to the “elite”, and so does their contempt for ordinary Americans. For many years, especially since Donald Trump was nominated by the Republican Party in 2016, Senator Mitt Romney has been branded as such an elite figure. But Romney’s statement on this issue is wiser than Holly’s Wednesday: “The best way is to tell them the truth to show respect for frustrated voters!” Indeed. The older you are, the more facts your parents will let you live. It starts with Santa Claus, and from there it will only be more frustrating, and then I have one more question. What else is condescending and contemptuous: truth or deception?