Sen. Tom Cotton (R-AR) went after Amazon on Tuesday in a speech on the Senate floor, saying that the company had "quietly erased" a book from its online store.
The book removed by Amazon was "When Harry Became Sally: Responding to the Transgender Moment" by Ryan Anderson.
"[Anderson's] real offense — his only offense — was telling the truth. He said, calmly and compassionately, that boys are boys and girls are girls," Cotton said. "And the richest man in the world banned this book from his company's platform."
View Cotton's whole speech below: