Mr Hawley infamously was photographed raising his fist in support of the pro-Trump mob hours before they stormed the US Capitol but still continued his objection to certifying Donald Trump’s defeat.
His controversial actions, branded by critics as anti-democratic, cost him his book deal with Simon & Schuster before it was picked up by conservative publisher Regnery.
In his latest tweet, Mr Hawley used his Apple iPhone to post an Amazon link for The Tyranny of Big Tech on Twitter.
“The corporate media and the woke mob don’t want you to read this book. They tried to cancel it. They failed. One week until publication - order here,” he tweeted.
Social media users were quick to point out the absurdity of Mr Hawley’s promotional position.
“Poor Josh: the most oppressed victim in America today. Buy my book on woke mob corporate website Amazon!” tweeted @HawleyMustGo.
“Hey, I see what you did there! You used big tech to promote your book on the tyranny of big tech! Can’t wait to crack open a meat beer and not read it,” tweeted Barbara Hall.
“No, Josh. You lost the first contract because you tried to ‘cancel’ American constitutional democracy to promote your insatiable personal ambition. Outside of MAGA-world, the rest of us remember,” tweeted Frank Bowman.
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