One of the most powerful and influential groups that raises money for female Republicans is making it clear they want no part of the two most controversial members of the House GOP caucus and will not support them financially when they seek reelection to their seats in the 2022 midterm elections.
Business Insider reports that The Value In Electing Women Political Action Committee is proudly supporting every Republican woman currently serving in the House and Senate with the “intentional exception” of Reps. Lauren Boebert (R-CO) and Marjorie Taylor Greene (R-GA).
VIEWPAC’s executive director Julie Conway explained her group’s thinking and why they are shunning Boebert and Greene:
The move by VIEWPAC could lead to other groups refusing to raise money for Boebert and Greene. And that might well cause both to struggle for campaign funds as they enter what will likely be a bitter fight for another term in office.
Recently, both Boebert and Greene have managed to embarrass themselves and harm their chances of getting reelected.
During a congressional hearing in June, Boebert was humiliated by Acting White House Budget Director Shalanda Young when the congresswoman asked:
Greene has been chastised by both Democrats and Republicans for insisting that House mask mandates are analogous to making Jews wear yellow Stars of David during the Holocaust in Nazi Germany.
If we’re lucky, both Boebert and Greene will be one-term losers just like the orange idiot they so ardently worship.