'Josh Hawley Runs' and 'Josh Hawley Crossing' T-Shirts Now Available

Or you can buy the classic "Josh Hawley Sucks" design

Our favorite Midwest t-shirt company is at it again and this time they mean business.

RAYGUN is an Iowa-based t-shirt and custom printing business, but they sure do keep a close eye on Missouri politics. In fact, a search of raygunsite.com turns up ten pages of Missouri merchandise.

The company has a knack for churning out some of the best politically-aware products out there, and most of them have a funny slant to them. (Their “Let’s Go Branson!” design is a personal favorite.)

The day after the violent insurrection last year on January 6, RAYGUN started selling a design that was suddenly in fashion: A t-shirt that read, simply, “JOSH HAWLEY SUCKS.”

Proceeds from purchases of these shirts went directly to the cause of defeating Hawley. In fact, for every purchase made at RAYGUN, an average of 15-30% of profits are shared with organizations that the company supports.

RAYGUN is quick to share new designs that customers want, which is why two new anti-Josh Hawley styles went up overnight after Hawley became an international laughing stock. The world has been laughing at Hawley for nearly a full day now because a video of him running away from the January 6 riot was shown to the public by the January 6 Committee last night.
If you want to commemorate this experience and bring joy to any Hawley haters you might come across, you’ll want to buy each of these two new designs.

And while you’re at raygunsite.com, you’ll probably want to grab one of the most romantic greeting cards in the universe, too.

About The Author

Jaime Lees

Jaime Lees is a digital content editor for the Riverfront Times.
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