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GED Queen Lauren Boebert Gets Flayed Online After Complaining About LGBTQ Teachers

Rep. Lauren Boebert (R-CO) is a bigoted sack of shit. It’s really that simple.

Need proof? Consider:

In July of last year, Boebert said the Supreme Court ruling that overturned Roe v. Wade was no big deal for LGBTQ Americans because they can’t have children, remarking:

“I’m sorry, but if you’re not able to have a child, how does [the repeal of Roe vs. Wade] actually impact you?”

And in November, in the wake of a mass shooting at an LGBTQ nightclub in Colorado Springs, Boebert tried to express sympathy for the same people she had previously accused of “grooming” children.

“The news out of Colorado Springs is absolutely awful. This morning the victims & their families are in my prayers. This lawless violence needs to end and end quickly.”

Now Bobo is attacking LGBTQ teachers. Why? Because she’s a intolerant asshat.

“Growing up, I don’t recall teachers announcing their marital status & pronouns to everyone.

“They’re there to educate.

How is this still a complaint of the Left?”

That was all it took for Twitter to hit Boebert with a massive dose of internet karma.

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Lauren Boebert Mocked For Vowing To ‘Never Attend’ A Global Economic Forum She Wasn’t Invited To

Rep. Lauren Boebert (R-CO) thought she’d let the world know that she doesn’t plan to attend the World Economic Forum in Davos, Switzerland, proudly making her announcement on Twitter.

What Boebert neglected to mention is that the Davos forum is by invitation only and she wasn’t invited in the first place.

That was all it took to set off a wave of online mockery, with many mentioning things they would never do.

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Marjorie Taylor Greene Confronts Lauren Boebert In House Restroom: ‘Don’t Be Ugly!’

The growing divide between Reps. Lauren Boebert (R-CO) and Marjorie Taylor Greene (R-GA) began on January 3, 2023, the first day of the new Congress.

Greene had already aligned herself with then-House Minority Leader Kevin McCarthy (R-CA), making it clear she planned to support him in his bid to be the next Speaker of the House.

Boebert, on the other hand, was in the Anyone But McCarthy camp, and a confrontation between her and Greene seemed inevitable.

As debate began on who would be Speaker, Boebert and Greene had a nasty tête-à-tête in a House restroom, according to The Daily Beast.

According to multiple sources, the two women were nearly in a screaming match in the Speaker’s lobby ladies room just off the House floor.

“Greene questioned Boebert’s loyalty to McCarthy, and after a few words were exchanged, Boebert stormed out,” a source familiar with the fight told The Daily Beast.

According to another source familiar, while in the bathroom, Greene asked Boebert, “You were OK taking millions of dollars from McCarthy but you refuse to vote for him for Speaker, Lauren?”

That wasn’t all that took place, the source noted. As Greene continued to press Boebert, the Colorado congresswoman ran away like a child.

The first source said Greene was in a stall and, upon coming out, confronted Boebert about taking money from McCarthy for her re-election and then turning against McCarthy when it came time to vote. The Colorado Republican was allegedly unaware that Greene was also in the bathroom at the time.

“That’s when Lauren said, ‘Don’t be ugly,’” the first source said, before she—in the words of this source—“ran out like a little schoolgirl.”

When confronted with details of the dustup between the two women, Boebert again ran away, telling a reporter, “See you later. Bye.”

The two women are also going in opposite directions when it comes to supporting Donald Trump in his 2024 bid for the White House.

On one hand, Greene issued an early endorsement of the ex-president. Boebert, on the other hand, has left the door open to backing a Republican 2024 presidential contender that isn’t Trump.

“I certainly would not turn my back on President Trump. I am a huge supporter of his,” Boebert told a local Colorado CBS affiliate back in November, while not pledging her alliance to Trump’s 2024 presidential endeavor. The lawmaker went on to add that she also does “love” Trump foe Ron DeSantis, the Florida governor.

What remains unclear is whether it will be Boebert or Greene who winds up surviving in the new cutthroat world now that Republicans control the House. McCarthy is hanging on as Speaker by the skin of his teeth, and some in the GOP are already hinting they want to see him deposed and replaced by a more right-wing Republican.

Boebert and Greene, meanwhile, may need to try and coordinate their bathroom breaks to avoid future confrontations.


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Anti-McCarthy Republicans Are ‘In For A Rude Awakening’ Now That He’s Speaker: Report

Now that Kevin McCarthy (R-CA) has finally been elected Speaker of the House, what will become of the breakaway faction of Republicans who refused to support him and made the entire GOP caucus look like a clown car for 96 hours?

According to a former Republican strategist, members of Congress such as Reps. Lauren Boebert (CO) and Matt Gaetz (FL) can expect to pay a heavy price that may contribute to them not getting reelected in 2024.

Conservative campaign consultant Alice Stewart said Saturday on CNN that the first punishment for renegade members who wouldn’t support McCarthy will be less prestigious committee assignments.

“I don’t think there’s going to be as much under the Christmas tree for them in that regard as they seem to think. Speaking with a lot of members of the rational Republican group throughout the weekend, specifically late into the night last night, they were frustrated. They were angry. They felt this was completely unnecessary given the fact that every concession they had requested had been met and this was not a matter of policy, this was just about personality conflicts with Kevin McCarthy.”

She added:

“Here these people have gone in day-in and day-out for all the right reasons for the party and for policies, and you have people like [Rep. Matt] Gaetz and [Rep. Lauren] Boebert who are in a vanity project to raise money for the future. They do have the opportunity to decide who gets on which committee and where and, I can guarantee you, Alex, that they’re going to be quite selective in who gets on which committee.

“Certainly Matt Gaetz has his eye on the prize for a key committee assignment, but they’re going to be in for a rude awakening because their colleagues are frustrated with the fact that they have a job to do.”

If indeed Boebert and Gaetz do lose in the next election, all of the chaos they’ve cause might just have been worthwhile. And the fewer Republicans there are in Congress, the better off the country will be.

Here’s the video from CNN:

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Lauren Boebert Gets Called Out For Her Bullsh*t By…Sean Hannity?!

Though it may be hard to believe, Fox News host Sean Hannity actually did a few minutes of journalism on his show Wednesday evening as he interviewed Rep. Lauren Boebert (R-CO) to discuss the ongoing impasse between right-wing House GOP hardliners and those who support House Minority Leader Kevin McCarthy (R-CA) to be the next Speaker of the House.

Hannity began the interview by reading a quote from Boebert in which she had called on former president Donald Trump to urge McCarthy to withdraw his candidacy for the Speaker’s chair. He then inquired:

“Congresswoman, I’m frustrated by you not answering a direct question. You said to President Trump, you said earlier today that President Trump needs to tell Kevin McCarthy, you don’t have the votes–

“Let me turn the tables, congresswoman. Kevin McCarthy has 202–3 votes. Your side has 20. So, if I’m gonna use your words, and your methodology, and your math, isn’t it time for you to pack it in and your side to pack it in considering he has over 200 and you have 20?”

Boebert responded, “Sean, I understand the frustration, I promise you, But he–”

The host countered, “I’m not frustrated. You didn’t answer my question.”

A few seconds later, as Boebert continued to prevaricate, a frustrated Hannity asked again about her abandoning her effort to block McCarthy, to which she replied:

“Well, Sean, he needs 218 and he does not have 218.”

Hannity quickly reminded the Colorado Republican:

“Neither do you!”

When you’ve lost Sean Hannity, it might be time to realize that you are indeed in a cult.