Lauren Boebert

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Lauren Boebert
Lauren Boebert 117th U.S Congress.jpg
U.S. Representative from Colorado's 3rd Congressional District
From: January 3, 2021 – present
Predecessor Scott Tipton
Successor Incumbent (no successor)
Information
Party Republican
Spouse(s) Jayson Boebert
Religion Christian

Lauren Opal Boebert, born December 15, 1986 (age 35), the mother of four and owner of the Shooters Grill in Rifle, Colorado, won the hard-fought 3rd district congressional race against Democrat and former state lawmaker Diane Mitsch Bush in a Colorado House district that is as large as Pennsylvania in the 2020 election.

"I am proud to announce that I am the first mom to represent Colorado’s Third Congressional District," stated Boebert from her restaurant on election night.[1]

Before getting elected to Congress, Boebert was a gun rights advocate. She challenged Beto O'Rourke at an Aurora town hall meeting during his 2020 presidential campaign, saying, "I was one of the gun-owning Americans who heard you speak regarding your 'Hell yes I'm going to take your AR-15s and AK-47s. Well, I'm here to say hell no you're not.'"[2]

She defied a lockdown in Colorado on Thanksgiving Day by declaring her large family get-together to be a funeral for a turkey, and thus within the exemption for funeral services.[3]

On Christmas Eve 2020 she announced that she would object to the certification of Biden's Electors on Jan. 6th.

FBI harassment[edit]

See also: Biden/Harris attack on civil liberties and Police state

Sherronna Bishop[4] was a campaign manager for Lauren Boebert. In November 2021 the FBI broke down her door with a battering ram and terrorized her children. The FBI grabbed her phone from her and refused to allow her to speak to her attorney. She was restrained. The FBI ransacked the home and refused to let her see the alleged warrant they had for hours.[5]

Biden's SOTU[edit]

Boebert heckled Biden's 2022 SOTU address when he mentioned Afghanistan, blaming him for the deaths of 13 US soldiers. She later elaborated:[6]

13 brave and heroic members of our military died during Biden's botched Afghanistan withdrawal. They deserved to be recognized during the State of the Union speech so I made sure to speak up.

See: Biden's Afghanistan withdrawal

References[edit]

  1. Republican Lauren Boebert wins bitter Colorado House race
  2. Montanaro, David. Woman confronts Beto on gun confiscation at town hall: 'I'm here to say, hell no you're not', FOX News, September 20, 2019. Retrieved January 17, 2021.
  3. Padilla, Anica (November 27, 2020). Rep.-Elect Lauren Boebert Holds ‘Turkey Funeral’ With 30 Guests On Thanksgiving. CBS Denver. Retrieved January 31, 2021.
  4. https://truthandliberty.net/bio/sherronna-bishop/
  5. https://theconservativetreehouse.com/blog/2021/11/20/fbi-jackboots-break-down-door-and-raid-home-of-americas-mom
  6. Lauren Boebert @laurenboebert Tweeted:
    13 brave and heroic members of our military died during Biden's botched Afghanistan withdrawal. They deserved to be recognized during the State of the Union speech so I made sure to speak up. March 3, 2022

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