Following a recent report by the New York Times that the Federal Bureau of Investigation opened a counterintelligence investigation against the President of the United States, U.S. Senator Josh Hawley of Missouri sent a letter today to FBI Director Chris Wray questioning the agency’s tactics.
“It’s incredible to see people of all ages and backgrounds, from Missouri and across the country, who have made the trek to our nation’s capital to speak their hearts, their minds, their faith – to tell their elected leaders that this nation was founded on the dignity of every person and that every life is worth fighting for. I am proud to stand for the right to life. Always.”
“With heavy hearts, my wife Erin and I extend our sincerest condolences to the family and friends of Scott Wirtz and the St. Louis community. Our thoughts and prayers are with them during this difficult time. As we honor Scott’s life and memory, may we never forget his courage and exemplary service to our nation.”
“Today, we celebrate the life and legacy of one of the most remarkable change agents in American history. The Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. inspired the nation to strive for the greatness that comes when every man, woman and child is treated equally. Dr. King’s life is a profound example of servant leadership and a profound reminder that one person committed to justice can change the world.”
Senator Hawley Selected for Two Key Subcommittees on Homeland Security and Governmental Affairs Committee
“My number one priority is to ensure our Congress does the absolute most it can to serve the hardworking people of Missouri, and the first steps are keeping families safe and spending their tax dollars wisely. I look forward to being involved in the important work of these two subcommittees to ensure our government is working for Missourians.”
Senator Hawley questions national security expert on U.S. companies engaging in technology transfer agreements with China in Armed Services Committee hearing
In his first open Senate Armed Services Committee hearing, Senator Josh Hawley questioned Ely Ratner, Executive Vice President and Director of Studies at the Center for a New American Security, on whether U.S. tech companies should be signing onto sensitive technology transfer agreements with Chinese firms.
Senator Josh Hawley of Missouri delivered a speech in support of the Born-Alive Abortion Survivors Protection Act, a bill which would create criminal penalties for doctors who allow infants to die rather than providing medical care after attempted abortion procedures.
Senator Hawley applauds passage of S.1, the Strengthening America’s Security in the Middle East Act (SASME)
“It’s important that we remember who our friends are in the Middle East. This legislation strengthens U.S. security in the Middle East by boosting military support for Israel and Jordan, imposes new sanctions against the Assad regime, and reaffirms American support for Israel by making it easier for states and localities to approve laws to combat the anti-Israel BDS movement.”
Senator Hawley Applauds President’s Bold, Bipartisan Vision for America in State of the Union Address
“Tonight, President Trump challenged Congress to break through partisan gridlock and get working for the American people. That’s what we were sent to Washington to do: work at getting real things done. He outlined an ambitious path forward and I commend him. I was pleased to hear the president discuss his plans to lower the cost of health care. That’s a top priority of mine in the Senate. Congress should immediately break up the big government-big insurance axis and lower health care prices for...
“Bill Barr is an eminently qualified nominee with an outstanding record of public service. He has already served as Attorney General once, and with distinction. He and I have had good discussions about the tech industry, stopping illegal immigration, and ensuring the Department of Justice works for the American people. Bill Barr was unanimously confirmed to be our nation’s chief law enforcement officer 27 years ago and I hope my Senate colleagues will put their partisanship to the side to join...