Rep. Lauren Boebert (R-Colo.) is striking out at critics that mocked her for her Zoom meeting background.
Boebert basically showed up at a House Natural Resources Committee meeting on Thursday, where she was seen being in front of a display screen of guns on a bookshelf in her residence.
According to Business Insider, movie critics buffooned the freshman lawmaker of what they stated was the weapons’ “harmful” storage, but she resisted, stating, “These are ready for usage.”
Throughout the conference Thursday, Boebert knocked your house Natural Resources Committee policy prohibiting guns in its hearing area.
“During an appearance on “Fox News @ Night,” Boebert called U.S. Rep. Jared Huffman a creep and claimed his “disdain for the Constitution was on full display.”
“Rather than having a productive debate about policy … Democrats were too busy mocking the Constitution and disrespecting the everyday Americans that I was elected to represent,” Boebert told Fox News’ Mike Emanuel.
“This was my first committee hearing and the chairman couldn’t stop attacking, degrading, and insulting committee members,” she continued. “I am busy fighting against the left’s real fetish for power and stripping Americans of their constitutional rights.”
Boebert also addressed a Twitter post by California Democrat Katie Porter, who wrote about Boebert’s gun display: “I always thought my dirty dishes piled up and accumulating bacteria were the most dangerous thing in a Zoom background.”Source