MSNBC Goes To Town On GOP Sen. Josh Hawley With A Stinging Supercut

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MSNBC’s Chris Hayes used a stinging montage to call out Sen. Josh Hawley’s (R-Mo.) indignation at Justice Department efforts to increase the monitoring of threats to teachers and school officials.

Hawley’s attack on the move amid a rise in harassment and intimidation over COVID-19 mask mandates and critical race theory teaching was “frankly kind of astounding when the reality of what’s happening on the ground is undeniable,” Hayes said Tuesday.

The “All In” anchor aired a supercut of Hawley’s comments, cut with scenes and witness accounts of violence and threats aimed at school officials.

“Josh Hawley’s very upset,” Hayes concluded. “We’re going to send him that montage just to read him into a little bit of what’s been going on at the local level, but I suspect he knows.”

Watch the video here:

This article originally appeared on HuffPost and has been updated.

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