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WATCH: Josh Hawley Expressed Solidarity With The Mob — Then He Fled From It

WATCH: Josh Hawley Expressed Solidarity With The Mob — Then He Fled From It

Josh Hawley has been criticized since January 6th for showing support to the attackers who descended upon the Capitol Building. Now we know that he — at least temporarily — changed his tune during the attack.

In the final scheduled hearing in this particular round, the January 6th Committee has been laying out the actions of Donald Trump during the hours in which the Capitol was under siege. Part of this included multiple calls to senators, though we don’t have a full accounting of who exactly Trump contacted, since these calls are not included in his phone records for that day.

What we do know, as revealed in the hearing, is that two of the legislators Trump called were Senators Tommy Tuberville (R-AL) and Josh Hawley (R-MO), but that they both had to hang up quickly because they were to relocate.

Representative Elaine Luria shared that Tuberville recounted having to hang up with Trump due to the necessity to evacuate the Capitol.

Hawley’s exit was a little bit more dramatic.

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Though Hawley has defended his show of solidarity, raising a fist as he passed the mob outside the building, he certainly didn’t seem to feel that they were on the same side of events as he’s shown on camera, darting across a hall.

See him again below:

Hawley still stood to object to the electoral vote, after the mob was cleared and legislators were able to return to the process, despite many other legislators agreeing that it would be more appropriate, under the circumstances, to simply finish certifying the electoral count.

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