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So-called journalist Michael Kranish wrote a hit piece last week on Republican senator Josh Hawley from Missouri. The Washington Post article is making waves after Kranish took a deep dive into Hawley's alleged racist upbringing in small-town USA to Hawley's current status as a rising Republican star. Church Militant's Trey Blanton does his own deep dive on Kranish, who was born and bred in the D.C. Swamp.
Hawley: "The liberal media have tried to cancel me, censor me, expel me, shut me down, stop me from representing the people of Missouri, stop me from representing you and, guess what? I'm here today, I'm not going anywhere, and I'm not backing down."
Senator Hawley is proving to be a durable threat to the power of American Marxists with Hawley's nearly canceled book now a bestseller.
Kranish writes in his investigative report for the Washington Post, Hawley's journey begins with the "racist legacy" of Lexington, Missouri wherein, according to Hawley's classmates, "[T]he city did not have the kind of introspection about inequality that might have broadened Hawley's outlook."
Kranish does not elaborate on how he established the credibility of his witnesses who grew up in the same so-called racist town.
John Davidson of The Federalist: "It's not really a hit piece on Hawley; it's a hit piece on Americans who live in small towns, especially in the South. People who go to church, people who love their country — these are all targets of Michael Kranish in this 'profile' of Josh Hawley."
The left-leaning Kranish has a long history of political writing and co-authoring books like Trump Revealed, The Real Romney, as well as a biography on John Kerry.
Born in Washington, D.C., Kranish built an extensive career in the bureaucratic district known as "The Swamp."
Following Kranish's own logic, his upbringing in D.C. has categorically made him an instrument of the Marxist media to keep the elites in power and enslave Americans under socialism.
Davidson: "You don't see profiles like this of Democrats and politicians on the Left that delve into their high school columns they wrote for the local newspaper."
Kranish concludes his hit piece by accusing Hawley of peddling lies about the 2020 election and of inciting the Jan. 6 riot.
Hawley said that day: "This is the forum that the law provides for — our laws provide for — for those concerns to be registered; not through violence, not by appealing from ballots to bullets, but here in this lawful process."
The author laments Hawley's popularity in the Republican Party as one who has "audaciously cast himself as the person best suited to redefine the GOP."
Throughout the article, Hawley is cast as a betrayer of friends and mentors in his rise to power. And Hawley's evangelical beliefs seemingly make him a poster boy for bigots.
Liberals hate Christians and other conservatives. Anyone like Hawley, who speaks out against the Left, must be shot down.
Mainstream media and woke corporations are actively attacking election reform laws, while Biden's Department of Justice is attempting to quell the Arizona audit looking into potential election fraud.