Josh Hawley’s School Yearbook Shows He Has Plans For 2024

(ConservativeUnit)- Missouri Republican Senator Josh Hawley, a long-time and ardent support of President Donald Trump, might have ambitions beyond the Senate…and those ambitions might be in the planning stages right now.

Well, at least if you believe his eighth-grade yearbook.

A report from the Kansas City Star reveals that Hawley signed his friend’s yearbook, “Josh Hawley, President 2024.”

And the timing is just…uncanny. With President Donald Trump still mulling over his options, it’s not clear whether he plans to return to the White House for a second term or whether he may entrust the future of his Make America Great Again campaign to long-time supporters and younger candidates like Hawley.

The Missouri Senator is so hated by the Democrats that he has even faced calls to resign recently. Hawley challenged the results of the 2020 presidential election, following several evidentiary hearings where evidence of widespread misconduct and fraud were shown.

That makes him a good candidate to carry the Trump torch.

Well, at least you would think so.

On January 26, Hawley disappointed supporters by ruling out a 2024 run. During an interview on Fox, Hawley lashed out at radical Democrats who were trying to get him fired and smear his name for challenging the election results, and also ruled out the possibility of running in 2024.

“I won’t bow down to them, I won’t do what they tell me to do, I’m not going to be silenced, I’m not going to be canceled, I refuse to bow down to the mob,” Hawley told Fox host Maria Bartiromo.

“They are just literally losing their minds because I won’t do as I’m told to do but I’ve got news for them, I answer to the people of Missouri, I don’t answer to the left-wing mob and it’s time we had more people in the country who stood up and said, ‘I’m not going to take my directions from the mob,’” he said.

Ain’t that refreshing?

Hawley dismissed the possibility of running for president, meaning it looks like he might have at least been a few years off on his eighth-grade yearbook.

“I’ve always said, Maria, that I’m not running for president,” he said. “It’s a privilege to represent the state of Missouri in the United States Senate.”

He reminded viewers that he was only elected two years ago and that he has a lot of fighting to do for the people of Missouri.

And with Joe Biden in the White House destroying jobs with his climate change executive orders…it looks like he’s got a lot of fighting to do.