Josh Hawley’s ‘Mighty Man’ Claim Gets The Treatment On Twitter

The GOP senator, who fled the Jan. 6 rioters he famously fist-pumped, got mocked for his "strength and power" comments.

Sen. Josh Hawley (R-Mo.), who was seen running away from the Jan. 6 insurrectionists he had saluted via fist-pump hours earlier, brought his campaign for manliness to a religious event over the weekend.

And his critics were less than impressed.

Hawley, author of the new book “Manhood,” told men at an event called the Stronger Men’s Conference of the importance of being a “mighty man of valor,” described in the Bible by using God-given “strength and power.”

Twitter users were quick to remind Hawley of his less-than-mighty moment as he fled the Capitol rioters:

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