“Simon & Schuster is canceling my contract because I represented my constituents, leading a Senate debate on voter integrity, which they have now decided to redefine as sedition,” he said in a statement. declaration posted on Twitter. “It is the left which seeks to cancel all those it does not approve of. I will fight this culture of cancellation with everything I have. We’ll see you in court. “
Hawley was one of the first Republican senators to express his intention to challenge the results of the Electoral College vote in Congress, which led to deliberations in the House and Senate into the early hours of Thursday. His efforts were quickly condemned by Democrats and some members of his own party for amplifying President Donald Trump’s provocations that led to the Capitol break-in.
Hawley’s book, “The Tyranny of Big Tech,” was intended to tackle the rise of big tech companies and assert that they “represent the greatest threat to American freedom since the monopolies of the early years. ‘gold,’ according to the Simon & Schuster website. It was due for release on June 22.