A Republican Senator's Book Announcement Has Everyone Saying The Same Thing

Since former President Donald Trump left office, many of his Republican colleagues have found themselves in the limelight. Those with the closest bonds to the ex-president, like Marjorie Taylor Greene and Matt Gaetz, are currently taking heat for their roles in the January 6 riots at the United States Capitol (via Grid News).

These Republicans are no strangers to stirring the pot on Twitter, especially in support of former President Trump. Even before the January 6 riots, the controversial members of Congress were often getting backlash for their takes on Twitter. Gaetz had people talking after he sent a flirtatious tweet to Tiffany Trump, while the platform completely banned Taylor Greene.

Now, yet another Republican congressman has found himself getting ridiculed on Twitter (via The Kansas City Star). First, it was from the footage of him running away during the riots, now it is the storyline behind his new book that has social media saying the same thing.

Twitter did not hold back when it came to commenting on Hawley's book title

Josh Hawley, much like a few of his other Republican colleagues, is no stranger to getting dragged on Twitter. When the video of him running away during the January 6 attack on the United States Capitol was revealed, people had a lot to say (via Decider). Even Stephen Colbert poked fun at him on his late-night show, stating, "look at him go!"

Now, Twitter is ridiculing the senator yet again. Hawley recently announced his new book, "Manhood: The Masculine Virtues America Needs," and the floodgate of tweets opened up (per The Hill).

Twitter was not having it with the title of Hawley's book. One user responded, "Josh Hawley's book titled 'Manhood,' an autobiography about his struggle to find his manhood after it fell out of his pants while running from the violent mob he'd help incite. A must read!"

Another chimed in, "If Josh Hawley can write a book on manhood then I can write a book on Tom Brady, the greatest baseball player ever."

All the Twitter noise is hardly surprising. As one commenter joked, "Imagine, if you will, the level of misplaced self-confidence it takes for Josh Hawley to think that calling his book 'Manhood' will go well for him."