Sen. Josh Hawley blasts ‘tech industry and banking sector’ in MAGA populist commencement address
By News Editors // Jun 17, 2019

Last month, Sen. Josh Hawley (R-MO) gave a commencement speech at The King’s College in New York City where he put the elite globalist class that has bankrupted the United States financially, morally and spiritually on notice.


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The populist freshman Senator pointed out the fact that America no longer works for the low income and middle classes that are the backbone of the nation.


He also pointed out that it is Big Tech and the Wall Street bankers who dictate the globalized economy, not some mythical free market that is preached by functionaries of corporate-funded Washington D.C. thinktanks.


Hawley calls for a re-imagining of a Republican Party as a political force that stands for the ordinary man, rather than the profit margins of billionaire globalists.


He urges for every student to realize their civic duty and stand for righteousness against the corrupt and decadent status quo.


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