"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.
The Republican senator from Missouri called for small businesses to be exempt from the proposed wage hike.
"No one, I think, who knows any of the facts alleges such a thing," Sen Josh Hawley (R-Mo.) said Tuesday.
Republican senators want to schedule hearings for the Cuomo administration's alleged withholding of the number of nursing home COVID-19 deaths.
The Kansas City Star's editorial board wrote that Hawley and other Republicans who voted to acquit Trump are "making future sedition more likely."
"Don't let Josh Hawley's casual demeanor fool you," the "Hellboy" actor tweeted to his followers on Friday.
Conservatives might be forgiven for wondering if Biden himself should be canceled next.
Erin Hawley said the attacks against her husband and family were not starting conversations, but "just meant to frighten."
A scathing op-ed in "The St Louis Post-Dispatch" damns Hawley and fellow Missouri Senator Roy Blunt for their support of ex-President Donald Trump.
Senator Josh Hawley has been criticized for appearing not to pay attention to arguments in the ongoing Senate impeachment trial of Donald Trump.
"Hawley is ignoring the trial reading stuff that has nothing to do with the impeachment... sitting with his legs up," one commenter noted. "If this gets you kicked out of Biology class, why doesn't it get him kicked out of the Senate?"
The Wednesday video from The Lincoln Project describes the Capitol rioters as "a mob fed a diet of lies, conspiracy and propaganda, fantasies of stolen elections."
The U.S. Senate will hear hours of testimony in the case to convict former President Donald Trump of inciting the deadly attack on the U.S. Capitol on January 6, but many GOP senators already have made up their minds that they'll vote against a conviction.
The Missouri senator has faced a sustained backlash following the events of January 6, with calls for him to resign and be censured.
The Republican senators have faced a backlash since they opposed the Electoral College results amid the violence on January 6.
The Missouri Republican is the only senator to have voted nay on everyone of the president's picks, having done so seven times in a row.
Opening arguments in the former president's second impeachment trial are expected in the Senate on Wednesday.
Smearing senators as seditionists is a danger to free speech and America's future.
The St. Louis Post-Dispatch accused the senator of "gross, blatant hypocrisy" as he comes under pressure to quit from his home state.
The senator is facing calls to resign for allegedly inciting the far-right mob that stormed the Capitol in January.
The Missouri senator's move is the GOP's latest effort to have a say in a new economic relief package.