"The idea that these cowardly Republicans in the Senate voted for this tells you everything you need to know about the GOP," the Texas Senator tweeted.
The St. Louis Post-Dispatch's editorial board accused Hawley of undermining American democracy on the eve of Independence Day.
Ocasio-Cortez said of GOP House members, "In what we've seen in some of their votes, many of them will fall in line, even when they know it's the wrong thing."
Missouri Senator Josh Hawley released a letter Thursday addressed to the U.S. Commission on International Religious Freedom, asking its leaders to reprimand Canada for the country's restrictions on religious freedom during the pandemic.
The Republican senators will appear at the Phyllis Schlafly Collegians Summit alongside Jack Posobiec, who helped spread the "Pizzagate" conspiracy theory.
Public policy has a role in ensuring that parents have the ability to make informed choices, to understand the details of how these algorithms work and to control access to content.
The flier contained a mock-up of a flier for a faux event featuring Sen. Josh Hawley (R-MO) and Texas Attorney General Ken Paxton discussing "violent insurrection."
"When you call Israel an apartheid state—which Democrat members of Congress have done on the floor of the United States Congress—that's incendiary rhetoric," Sen. Josh Hawley (R-Mo.) said on Monday.
Republican Josh Hawley was the only senator to vote against the bill when it won near unanimous support in April.
Speaker Pelosi said on the House floor: "The COVID-19 Hate Crimes Bill will strengthen our defenses against any anti-AAPI violence, speeding our response to hate crime."
The GOP senator criticizes tech giants such as Google, Facebook and Apple, arguing that they are a grave threat to freedoms.
Rep. Eric Swalwell said the Missouri senator was a "phony" for selling "The Tyranny of Big Tech" on a big tech platform.
Rep. Liz Cheney suggested that "the senators who led the unconstitutional charge" against certifying President Joe Biden's 2020 election win in Congress should be disqualified from running for president in 2024.
The bill passed in the Senate by a vote of 94 to 1 on Thursday, with the House to consider similar legislation in the coming weeks.
In an overwhelmingly bipartisan vote, the Senate voted 94 to 1 to pass the COVID Hate Crimes Act on Thursday.
"Cruz and I had it out for a while. Actually, we were very close in the 2016 campaign and then he got nasty," Trump said.
The senator claimed the pair discussed the importance of keeping the seat in the Republican column.
"We all saw what happened, we know what happened, and we can't let that happen again," the Missouri senator said Sunday.
The 50th edition of 'On the Street' features buck passing in Texas; buck passing Mitch McConnell-style; and why Josh Hawley—and his fist—might get corporate funding again.
"These jobs have been shipped off to China [and] have been shipped overseas to the lowest bidder for the lowest wages," Hawley told Fox News Friday.
"When President Biden said that we were all Neanderthals, it struck me as someone who needs to get outside of Washington, D.C., and actually travel to Middle America," Mississippi Governor Tate Reeves, who recently lifted the statewide mask mandate, said in response to the president's remarks.
A CPAC straw poll found that only 3 percent of attendees would choose Hawley as their 2024 presidential pick.
The only way to defeat the Republican culture war is by fighting a class war of our own.
Former CPAC chair Mickey Edwards said that the conference is unrecognizable from when he was involved.
Congressional Democrats are quickly looking for an alternative to support fair wages for workers now that a $15 increase won't be included in President Joe Biden's coronavirus stimulus package.
While speaking at the event, Hawley said, "On January 6, I objected during the Electoral College certification, maybe you heard about it."
"Mega-corporations can afford to pay their workers $15 an hour, and it's long past time they do so, but this should not come at the expense of small businesses already struggling to make it," Hawley said in a statement on Friday.
The Missouri Republican said that QAnon beliefs had "zero" credibility, when asked about his stance on the conspiracy theory and its followers.
"Blue-collar workers have shouldered the worst of the pandemic. They deserve to keep more of their hard-earned money. They deserve a pay raise. I am introducing new legislation to give them one," the GOP senator said.