Boebert Watch News Digest 10/1/2023

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Congress clears bill to avert shutdown, with vote promised later on Ukraine aid 
Congress approved a bill Saturday night that would stave off a government shutdown until at least mid-November, though the measure doesn’t include Ukraine aid backed by both Republicans and Democrats. The bipartisan 88-9 vote in the U.S. Senate, just hours before a midnight deadline, took place after the U.S. House earlier in the day voted 335-91 to approve the legislation, with the support of members of both parties. President Joe Biden signed it into law late Saturday night. Democratic members of Colorado’s Congressional delegation voted in favor, along with Republican Rep. Doug Lamborn. Republican Reps. Lauren Boebert and Ken Buck voted against it.
RELATED: How Colorado’s congressmembers voted on the stopgap measure to avert a shutdown 
RELATED: Who are the House Republicans who opposed the stopgap budget bill? 
Lauren Boebert’s Attack on Transgender Defense Official Sparks Backlash 
Lauren Boebert has come under fire after describing Shawn Skelly, the transwoman who serves as Assistant Secretary of Defense for Readiness, as male and attempting to cut her salary to just $1 per year. The Colorado Republican introduced an amendment to a defense spending bill in the House using the Holman rule, which allows Representatives to target individual federal employees for salary cuts. In an unusual move the defense spending bill was initially blocked from even making its way to the floor in a procedural vote, usually a formality, with a small group of hardline Republican rebels joining Democrats to vote it down. It comes as the U.S. remains on the path to a partial government shutdown, which would see millions of federal workers furloughed, unless Congress can agree additional funding by the end of the month.
RELATED: Days away from shutdown, Boebert targets ‘woke’ agenda with spending amendments 
RELATED: Lauren Boebert Under Fire for Horrifying Transphobic Comments About Pentagon Official 
RELATED: MTG and Boebert Try to Out-Troll Each Other Days Away From a Shutdown 
Lauren Boebert celebrates passage of her amendment banning support for LGBTQ+ federal employees 
RELATED: House passes Boebert’s amendment targeting LGBTQ workers at USDA 
Lauren Boebert Is Being Roasted Over A Self-Congratulatory Rant About Her Former ‘Government Dependency’ For Money And ‘Work Ethic’ 
Lauren Boebert Snaps at Reporter Over Matt Gaetz Question 
Democratic Group Targets House GOP Over Shutdown Threat With TV Ads 
Davis drops support of Boebert, others may follow 
The incident that resulted in U.S. Rep. Lauren Boebert being removed from a Denver theater earlier this month for disruptive behavior is starting to result in some real political consequences for the Silt Republican. That started when Mesa County Commissioner Cody Davis publicly announced on social media Wednesday that he is pulling his support for the two-term congresswoman, throwing it behind one of her GOP primary opponents instead, Grand Junction attorney Jeff Hurd. Davis said it wasn’t any single thing that was the deciding factor in his decision, but said it does relate to Boebert being escorted out of a Denver theater earlier this month during a performance of the musical “Beetlejuice” for being disruptive, vaping in public and taking pictures and videos of the play against theater rules.
RELATED: Mesa County Commissioner Cody Davis ditches Lauren Boebert 
Voters in Colorado’s 3rd District assess Lauren Boebert in wake of “Beetlejuice” controversy 
A (very busy) week in the life of Colorado’s congressional delegation 
Fox News, Hannity to be added as defendants in Boebert defamation lawsuit, attorney says 
Rep. Lauren Boebert to host call with voters Thursday 
Lauren Boebert’s Husband Talks Divorce: “Been a Difficult Time the Last Few Years” 

Boebert Watch News Digest 9/24/2023

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Rocky Mountain Values hosts protest against Lauren Boebert ahead of possible government shutdown 
The protest, hosted by Rocky Mountain Values and supported by Indivisible Durango, was originally scheduled to take place at the Sky Ute Casino in Ignacio where Boebert was scheduled to attend the La Plata County Republicans’ annual Lincoln Day Dinner. But the Southern Ute Tribe contacted Rocky Mountain Values and asked the group to respect the tribe’s sovereignty, Harrison Wendt, a Durango activist, said. “We decided that was totally a valid request and we want to respect sovereignty and not protest on their land,” he said. Boebert and U.S. Rep Matt Gaetz (R-Fla.), who was slated to make a guest appearance at the Lincoln Day Dinner, decided to skip the major fundraiser, Wendt said.
RELATED: Biden and Lauren Boebert call out McCarthy for taking a long weekend as government shutdown looms 
RELATED: Don’t believe the House GOP hype yet — it still doesn’t have the votes to stop a shutdown 
RELATED: Two House Republicans say they might work with Democrats to fund government 
Anti-Republican group asks for ethics investigation into Boebert after ‘Beetlejuice’ incident 
A Washington, D.C.-based anti-Republican group has asked the Office of Congressional Ethics to investigate Rep. Lauren Boebert’s actions during a performance of “Beetlejuice” in Denver. The Congressional Integrity Project said Boebert behaved “in blatant disregard of the Rules of the House of Representatives” during the incident. According to its website, the Congressional Integrity Project “is committed to exposing the reality behind Republicans’ politically motivated oversight and investigations targeting President Biden and Democrats.”
RELATED: Group calls for ethics investigation of Colorado Congresswoman Lauren Boebert 
RELATED: Boebert breaks it off with ‘Beetlejuice’ date after headlines over her behavior at performance 
RELATED: Boebert Jokes About ‘Beetlejuice’ Incident During Lincoln Day Dinner 
RELATED: Lauren Boebert apologizes for ‘Beetlejuice’ incident in Denver: ‘That’s unacceptable and I’m sorry’ 
RELATED: Lauren Boebert apologizes for actions during “Beetlejuice” musical in Denver: “I’m truly sorry” 
RELATED: “I simply fell short of my values”: Lauren Boebert issues apology after being removed from “Beetlejuice” performance 
RELATED: Rep. Boebert apologizes for behavior at ‘Beetlejuice’ performance 
RELATED: Boebert goes on OAN to defend ‘Beetlejuice’ ejection 
RELATED: Lauren Boebert apologizes following removal from “Beetlejuice” at Denver theater 
RELATED: Footage shows Rep. Lauren Boebert vaping at ‘Beetlejuice’ play 
RELATED: Lauren Boebert issues apology for behavior that got her booted from “Beetlejuice” 
RELATED: New video disproves Boebert’s claim she didn’t vape before being bounced from ‘Beetlejuice’ 
RELATED: Video shows Boebert vaping in theater despite denial 
RELATED: Lauren Boebert apologizes again for ‘maybe overtly animated’ behavior at theater 
RELATED: Boebert claims she was kicked out of theater for being ‘too eccentric’ 
RELATED: Fetterman blasts Boebert: ‘If I take up vaping … they’ll make me a folk hero’ 
RELATED: Ocasio-Cortez calls out Fox News over lack of coverage of Boebert ‘Beetlejuice’ scandal 
RELATED: Fox News Contributor Taunts Rep. Lauren Boebert With Megan Thee Stallion Dig 
RELATED: Rep. Boebert is now apologizing after denying she vaped in theater 
RELATED: Texas youth event drops Boebert as speaker after incident at theater 
RELATED: Boebert calls ‘Beetlejuice’ backlash a ‘distraction’ amid GOP spending fight 
Rep. Lauren Boebert has been in the national spotlight even before her election to Congress. Here’s a timeline of her biggest controversies. 
How this Colorado Democrat plans to flip the script in the rematch against Rep. Boebert 
No, the federal government does not give undocumented immigrants $2,200 per month 
Lauren Boebert draws Libertarian challenger in Colorado’s 3rd Congressional District 
RELATED: Libertarian enters race to challenge Boebert 
RELATED: Libertarian candidate posed to challenge Boebert in CD3 despite agreement with Colorado Republican Party 
Poll: Housing, cost of living are top concerns for Latino voters in Colorado’s 3rd District 
Rep. Lauren Boebert rents an apartment from an executive for Koch-backed group 
Republican Rep. Lauren Boebert rents a Washington, DC, apartment from a top official for the right-wing advocacy group Americans for Prosperity, according to the Colorado congresswoman’s office and to records reviewed by Insider. Americans for Prosperity is a key part of the conservative influence network originally funded by the oil-billionaire brothers Charles and David Koch. After David Koch’s passing, the network has continued to remain active in conservative causes. The official, who Insider is not naming for security reasons, has been a senior executive with Koch-linked groups for years. He owns a $1.3 million row house in the Capitol Hill neighborhood with his wife, and they rent out the lowest floor as a one-bedroom garden apartment.

Boebert Watch News Digest 9/17/2023

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U.S. House conservatives balk at short-term funding patch that would avert shutdown 
Freedom Caucus Chair Scott Perry, a Pennsylvania Republican, said the group is not interested in a stopgap spending bill that “continues the policies and the spending of the Biden-Schumer-Pelosi era and we’re not going to vote for it.” “The power of the purse is in the legislature. The way you stop all this craziness of the Biden administration — the tyranny of the Biden administration — is to stop giving them money,” Perry said during a press conference just outside the Capitol building. The caucus does not disclose its membership numbers, but nine House members spoke at a press conference outside the Capitol. GOP Rep. Lauren Boebert of Colorado was also in attendance.
RELATED: Gaetz threatens to ‘lead resistance’ against McCarthy if conservative demands aren’t met 
House GOP Launching Impeachment Inquiry Into Joe Biden, McCarthy Says 
House Speaker Kevin McCarthy (R-Calif.) instructed House committees to open a formal impeachment inquiry into President Joe Biden on Tuesday, following a long-running probe into Biden’s family—as McCarthy faces demands from hard-right Republicans for an impeachment vote and wrangles his caucus to avert a government shutdown. McCarthy said Tuesday he has instructed the House Judiciary, Oversight and Ways and Means committees to open a formal impeachment inquiry into Biden, citing evidence the House has gathered in its investigations into Hunter Biden’s foreign business dealings and whether the president used his influence to financially benefit his son.
RELATED: The Memo: McCarthy’s impeachment gamble carries deep risks 
RELATED: House reconvenes with government funding, impeachment inquiry top of mind 
Truth Test: Debunking Boebert’s claim about migrants and government money 
Denver’s migrant population has grown to the highest it has been since late May. With the arrival of 82 more today, there are 1,079 in shelters. Denver has served 17,235 since December. Migrants receive help from private groups and government agencies, but they are not getting thousands of dollars each month from the government as Republican Colorado Congresswoman Lauren Boebert claimed to her millions of followers on social media.
Lauren Boebert leads GOP lawmakers sharing 9/11 anniversary tributes despite voting against aid for families 
Despite being one of only 30 House Republicans to vote against legislation last year that promised to give aid to families who lost a loved one in the September 11 attacks, Colorado Congresswoman Lauren Boebert posted a 9/11 tribute on social media. “In my heart, I carry the memories of those we lost, the heroes who emerged, and the strength of a nation. We will never forget,” Ms Boebert wrote on the 22nd anniversary of the tragic day. Last year, however, she voted against the Fairness for 9/11 Families Act.
Federal fish conservation programs have found success in Western Colorado, but they’re swimming upstream in Congress this year 
Greene: ‘I’m not a member of the burn-it-all-down caucus anymore’ 
Boebert, caught on video, apologizes for inappropriate behavior at ‘Beetlejuice’ show 
Colorado Rep. Lauren Boebert apologized after she and a male companion were ushered out of a production of “Beetlejuice” in Denver last weekend for disrupting the show. Boebert had denied acting inappropriately until surveillance video surfaced showing her disrupting the performance. An incident report said she and her companion were admonished by staff for “vaping, singing, [and] causing a disturbance.” “There’s no perfect blueprint for going through a public and difficult divorce, which over the past few months has made for a challenging personal time for me and my entire family,” the Republican congressmember wrote on social media Friday night. “I’ve tried to handle it with strength and grace as best I can, but I simply fell short of my values on Sunday. That’s unacceptable and I’m sorry.”
RELATED: Rep. Boebert apologizes for behavior at ‘Beetlejuice’ performance 
RELATED: Lauren Boebert caught aggressively groping her date before being booted from theater: security footage 
RELATED: Lauren Boebert says she ‘fell short of values’ after Beetlejuice groping video 
RELATED: Boebert Apologizes for Vaping in a Denver Theater 
RELATED: “I simply fell short of my values”: Lauren Boebert issues apology after being removed from “Beetlejuice” performance 
RELATED: Boebert ‘truly sorry’ after causing disturbance at Denver theatre that was caught on video 
RELATED: Lauren Boebert wasn’t telling the truth about ‘Beetlejuice’ ejection 
RELATED: New footage: Lauren Boebert vapes before ejection from ‘Beetlejuice’ musical 
RELATED: Surveillance video: Boebert seen vaping, arguing with patrons before removal from Denver theater 
RELATED: When Arrested Previously, Boebert told Police, ‘I Have Friends at Fox News’ 
RELATED: Watch: Boebert escorted out of Denver theater during ‘Beetlejuice’ 
RELATED: Video shows Rep. Lauren Boebert escorted out of ‘Beetlejuice’ musical after alleged disturbance 
RELATED: Here’s why Lauren Boebert was kicked out of ‘Beetlejuice’ in Denver 
RELATED: Boebert rivals condemn her actions at Denver theater 
RELATED: Lauren Boebert: congresswoman kicked out of musical for ‘causing disturbance’ 
RELATED: Theater video surveillance shows US Rep. Lauren Boebert escorted out of ‘Beetlejuice’ musical 
RELATED: Man groped by Lauren Boebert during frisky ‘Beetlejuice’ date owns gay-friendly bar that hosts drag shows 
RELATED: Lauren Boebert Stays Mum on Public Groping in Video, Apologizes for Vaping 
Lauren Boebert ditches the MAGA thing in Colorado 
RELATED: “I have these dual aspects”: Lauren Boebert attempts a rebrand away from MAGA 
Lauren Boebert’s divorce is likely to be finalized next month, and it’s unclear if her husband is cooperating 

Boebert Watch News Digest 9/10/2023

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Boebert campaign sounds alarm bells over poll results 
Rep. Lauren Boebert’s campaign sent three emails to supporters last week expressing concern over polling that showed the second-term congresswoman trailing her potential 2024 Democratic opponent, former Aspen City Councilman Adam Frisch, by 2 percentage points. In emails sent on Aug. 28, Aug. 29 and Wednesday, the Silt Republican’s campaign said the poll should be cause for concern among Republicans, who have traditionally dominated Colorado’s 3rd Congressional District. The district includes the Roaring Fork Valley, along with most of the Western Slope, the San Luis Valley, Pueblo and a portion of the eastern plains. “If we don’t turn things around quickly, we could lose this seat to the Democrats. I can’t believe I’m saying those words, but I need you to understand how dire this situation is. [Frisch’s] latest internal polls have him beating us by two points,” read an email sent by Boebert’s campaign on Aug. 29.
RELATED: Lauren Boebert’s Challenger ‘More Confident Than Ever’ After Poll Boost 
The 2024 election may be 14 months away, but things are already heating up in Lauren Boebert’s congressional district 
More than a year ahead of the 2024 election, the battle in Colorado’s 3rd Congressional District is already heating up. Republican U.S. Rep. Lauren Boebert faces multiple GOP and Democratic challengers. A liberal dark-money group is spending gobs of money to weaken the congresswoman’s image. And national organizations are preparing to invest heavily in the race. While the 3rd District — which spans across the Western Slope into Pueblo and southeastern Colorado — has been written off in recent years as reliably Republican, Boebert’s vulnerability in the GOP-leaning district was made clear by her narrow, 546-vote win in 2022 over Democrat Adam Frisch, a former Aspen city councilman. 
RELATED: Third GOP candidate to challenge Lauren Boebert in the primary 
RELATED: Another Republican jumps into crowded race against Rep. Lauren Boebert 
RELATED: Boebert GOP challenger Russ Andrews has his own stance on abortion and more 
RELATED: Another Republican jumps into crowded race against Rep. Lauren Boebert 
Boebert to IRS: Don’t tax TABOR refunds 
U.S. Rep. Lauren Boebert has sent a letter of her own to the Internal Revenue Service asking it not to tax refunds Coloradans receive as a result of the Taxpayer’s Bill of Rights. That letter, sent on Tuesday, is nearly identical to a similar one that the rest of Colorado’s congressional delegation sent to the IRS asking the same thing. At the time, Boebert was criticized for not also signing onto that first letter, sent Aug. 31, but that’s only because she was notified of the letter while traveling and only given an hour to respond, her office said.
RELATED: Colorado Congresswoman Lauren Boebert wants to prevent IRS from taxing TABOR refunds 
RELATED: Congresswoman Lauren Boebert urges the IRS to not tax TABOR refunds 
RELATED: Colorado members of Congress again ask IRS: Don’t tax TABOR refunds 
Trump stirs speculation over second GOP debate 
“President Trump usually comes up with something creative, but also it’s not really necessary,” Rep. Lauren Boebert (R-Colo.), a prominent Trump ally, told The Hill. “… He has been out and about with the people for nearly three years now since he left the White House. He has still had a very strong presence throughout our nation.”
Colorado GOP plans to use caucuses, assemblies to pick delegates if lawsuit keeps Trump off ballot 
House Republicans Tack Trump’s Border Wall Onto Their Absurd Funding Wishlist 
New Mexico Gov. Blocks Open Gun Carrying Amid Shooting Spree—And GOP Quickly Attacks 
Rep. Lauren Boebert (R-Colo.), also criticized the ban in a post on X, calling the decision “flawed” and asking: “If a governor felt like declaring an emergency right before an election they’d be to suspend the 19th Amendment and stop women from voting [sic]?”
Club 20 conference welcomes Rep. Boebert, AG Phil Weiser, and others 
CO Republicans To Auction Off Rifle at Fundraiser Featuring School Board Candidates 

Boebert Jets to Michigan, Headlines Fundraiser With MI Republican Congressman 

At least 24 House members have spent taxpayer money on their Twitter accounts — and they’re overwhelmingly Republicans 
Lauren Boebert Scores Small Victory in Divorce Battle With Heartbroken Husband, Judge Fast Tracks Case 

Boebert Watch News Digest 9/3/2023

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DeGette decries ‘poison pills’ in House spending bills as government shutdown looms 
Because Republicans have only a five-vote majority in the House, DeGette said it will be very easy for a group of the “far-right MAGA Republicans” to “hold the entire agenda hostage.” She said members of the far-right Freedom Caucus, which includes Lauren Boebert and Ken Buck of Colorado, have said they won’t vote for appropriations bills unless certain demands they’re making of Speaker Kevin McCarthy are met. DeGette said she hopes McCarthy will pursue a short-term continuing resolution, which temporarily maintains current spending levels, to prevent the government from shutting down. This would look similar to how the federal government was able to get the debt ceiling package through earlier this year.
Boebert files four amendments to slash Lloyd Austin and DOD officials’ salaries 
Rep. Lauren Boebert (R-CO) filed four salary-slashing Holman rule amendments to the Department of Defense appropriations bill as they look to cut the salaries of officials they believe have failed at their jobs. The Holman rule is a way for members to file an amendment to an appropriations bill to cut the salary of federal employees. It is rarely used, but during this new Congress, members of the House Freedom Caucus have been threatening to use it as an alternative to impeachment.
Colorado members of Congress again ask IRS: Don’t tax TABOR refunds 
Nearly all members of Colorado’s congressional delegation are again asking the Internal Revenue Service to reconsider a plan to tax state refunds. The IRS’ new guidance, issued this week, marked the second time this year the agency raised the specter of subjecting state refunds to federal income tax. Colorado’s entire delegation, except for U.S. Rep. Lauren Boebert, signed a letter Thursday warning of “the nightmarish burden of an unprecedented tax.”
RELATED: Hands off Colorado’s TABOR refunds, state’s congressional delegation tells IRS 
Pettersen: 90% fentanyl comes into US through ports 
New data from U.S. Customs and Border Protection shows fentanyl seizures are starting to decrease as we head into fall. Back in April, authorities seized more than 3,100 pounds of fentanyl, but now the number is closer to 1,700 pounds. That is slightly less than the same time last year. Some Colorado Republicans on Capitol Hill, including U.S. Rep. Ken Buck and U.S. Rep. Lauren Boebert, blame the influx of fentanyl on our streets to migrants crossing the border. Buck previously told Homeland Security Secretary Alejandro Mayorkas, “When people die of fentanyl poisoning, it’s your fault.”
Beef guzzlers: 12% of Americans eat half of the country’s cow meat 
Voters, consumers, and political and corporate leaders still seem far from convinced enough to take collective action to lower beef consumption. Arby’s has shunned plant-based meat and even teased critics with its “Marrot” — a carrot look-alike made from turkey meat. One of the main Republican talking points in opposition to the ambitious climate proposal known as the Green New Deal, which aimed to tackle agricultural emissions without mentioning cows, was: “They want to take away your hamburgers.” Two years ago, a fake story made the rounds alleging that President Joe Biden would limit Americans to one hamburger a month. In response, Representative Lauren Boebert, a Republican from Colorado, told the president to “stay out of my kitchen.” 
House GOP asks White House if administration’s remote work policy led to ‘reduced productivity’ by federal employees 
Kevin McCarthy Suddenly Very Open to a Joe Biden Impeachment Push 
Some far-right lawmakers have been clamoring for a Biden impeachment since the GOP assumed its narrow House majority earlier this year—to the chagrin, at times, of McCarthy, who worked earlier this summer to tamp down a push from Lauren Boebert. But the House speaker has expressed more support for the idea in recent months; in July, he told Sean Hannity that the House probe into the Biden family was “rising to the level of impeachment inquiry,” though he stopped short of formally calling for one. On Sunday, he came closer still to endorsing the move—suggesting it was a matter of when, not if, his conference would seek the president’s ouster.
RELATED: Rep. James Comer predicts Biden impeachment inquiry is ‘imminent’: ‘I think there’s consensus’ 
RELATED: GOP finds yet another Cabinet secretary it’s eager to impeach 
Water Congress conference emphasizes collaboration, cooperation, urgent need to address Colorado water issues 
Vulnerable House GOP Freshmen Voted to Kill Funding for Clean Energy Projects in Their Own Districts 
Midway between state elections, Colorado’s top-ticket 2024 primary lineup takes shape | TRAIL MIX 
How Adam Frisch plans to win in 3rd District election rematch 
RELATED: Adam Frisch won’t support President Biden in 2024 
Democrat Betsy Markey endorses Boebert challenger Anna Stout in 3rd Congressional District primary 
Congresswoman Boebert’s office releases mobile office hours 
Colorado Springs 12-year-old did not back down from wearing symbolic ‘Don’t Tread on Me’ patch to school 
RELATED: Student’s Gadsden flag patch prompts racism debate 
RELATED: Colorado middle schooler allegedly kicked out of class over Gadsden flag: ‘Attack on his freedom of speech’ 
Lauren Boebert Accused of Perjury in Bombshell Lawsuit, Faces Being Deposed Over Stripper Claim 

Boebert Watch News Digest 8/27/2023

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Democrat Adam Frisch leads against Rep. Lauren Boebert in poll for 2024 race 
The poll, conducted this month by Keating Research among 801 3rd Congressional District residents likely to vote next year, shows Frisch with a 50% to 48% lead. Because the poll has a margin of error of plus or minus 3.5%, president and founder Chris Keating conceded that the results signify, for all intents and purposes, a tie. But the trajectory for Frisch, Keating said, is going the right way. In an October 2022 poll the firm conducted on last November’s race, it was Boebert who held the 2% lead. She ended up defeating Frisch by fewer than 600 votes — a margin so thin it triggered an automatic recount.
RELATED: Adam Frisch leads Rep. Lauren Boebert by 2 points in Democrat’s campaign-funded poll 
RELATED: Lauren Boebert trails challenger Adam Frisch by 2 points, Dem’s internal poll shows 
RELATED: Lauren Boebert and Adam Frisch deadlocked in early 2024 poll 
RELATED: Republican Rep. Lauren Boebert slightly trails Democratic challenger in Colorado race 
Belligerence and hostility: Trump’s mugshot defines modern US politics 
The former president’s supporters are already embracing the booking photo as a badge of honour and defiance. It will be held up as evidence that their man will not give up the fight against a system his followers see as ever more determined to bring him down and prevent him returning to the White House. Far-right congresswoman Lauren Boebert led the way with a tweet proclaiming: “Not all heroes wear capes.” The president’s detractors, on the other hand, will see the booking photo as evidence that even a man who was once the most powerful person in the land cannot escape the might of the justice system. Some will welcome anything that makes him look even a little bit more criminal as a confirmation that sooner or later he is going to prison. The accused may be presumed innocent until a plea or a jury says otherwise but mugshots can have a way of conveying guilt.
RELATED: Conservatives unload after Trump booked into Georgia jail in 4th indictment: ‘Sickening’ 
RELATED: Right-wing Freedom Caucus threatens to shut down government unless DOJ lays off Trump 
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RELATED: Lauren Boebert Is Rootin’ Tootin’ Outraged Over The ‘Absolutely Absurd’ Conditions Of Trump’s Bail In Georgia 
RELATED: Inside Donald Trump’s master strategy to turn police mugshot into electoral gold 
Boebert Defends Trump’s Decision Not To Debate: ‘I Think That He Weighed This And Likely Chose Wisely’ 
U.S. Rep. Lauren Boebert (R-CO) told a right-wing radio host Friday that she respects Trump’s decision not to participate in Wednesday’s GOP presidential primary debate in Milwaukee. “You know, President Trump is a smart man, and I certainly stand by whatever decision he makes to do this,” Boebert told KHOW’s Dan Caplis. “People know what he has to say. He’s an effective communicator to the American people. He’s always been successful at that. That is why so many people have tried to silence and censor what he has to say, because he does that excellently to get that message out to the American people. … So I respect his decision. He’s a smart man. I think that he weighed this and likely chose wisely.” Caplis disagreed with Boebert on air, saying. “I just really think he needs to do it.”
Neither Lauren Boebert nor Republican primary challenger plans to sign Libertarians’ pledge 
State Libertarians agreed earlier this summer to refrain from nominating candidates in races they might “spoil” by pulling votes from Republicans — if the Republican nominees meet the minor political party’s standards. Under an unprecedented agreement negotiated between Colorado GOP Chairman Dave Williams and his Libertarian counterpart, Hannah Goodman, the Libertarians last week released lengthy pledges for federal and state candidates to sign. “Together we can break the stranglehold of Democrats’ one-party rule over Colorado,” the state Libertarians’ governing board said in a social media post announcing the pledges, which each include more than a dozen positions ranging from opposing U.S. military aid to Ukraine to supporting the right of Coloradans to drink raw milk.
RELATED: Republican Jeff Hurd announces his intention to replace Rep. Lauren Boebert in Congress 
No Sparks Fly Among CO Politicians on Panel at Water Conference 
Colorado Senators John Hickenlooper and Michael Bennet, both Democrats, and U.S. Representatives Lauren Boebert (R-CO) and Joe Neguse (D-CO), all but held hands Wednesday to sing Kumbaya about Colorado water issues and solutions. The politicians attended the Colorado Water Congress’ 2023 Summer Conference at the Steamboat Grande in Steamboat Springs. There wasn’t a word of disagreement among the senators and representatives – despite the presence of Republican firebrand Boebert, who has consistently downplayed the threat of climate change and blocked efforts to address it. Everyone emphasized the value of communication and cooperation to protect Colorado water, agriculture, and forestry.
RELATED: Colorado’s federal lawmakers touts water progress and challenges 
BLM shifts green on 2 million Western Slope acres, setting up Colorado clash of environment vs. oil 
Hickenlooper won’t campaign against Boebert, but he will call Alabama’s Tommy Tuberville ’an embarrassment’ for freezing military promotions 
McCarthy says House could launch impeachment inquiry as soon as next month 
RELATED: Lauren Boebert “demands” Biden be impeached with “up-and-down” vote after her poll numbers slip (video) 
Marjorie Taylor Greene: ‘My name is on a list’ of Trump vice-president picks 
Rep. Boebert asks federal court to dismiss defamation case 
Lauren Boebert’s Infrastructure Bill Hypocrisy Reaches New Heights With Maui Tweets 
Boebert challenger Anna Stout lands Democratic primary endorsements from Western Slope legislators 

Boebert Watch News Digest 8/20/2023

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Lauren Boebert mocked for promoting visit to Rico fire department amid Trump Rico charges 
Social media users mocked Rep Lauren Boebert (R-CO) for her appearance at a Rico fire department amid former president Donald Trump being charged in Georgia under a law that shares the same likeness. The right-wing firebrand congresswoman posted images of her visit to the Rico Fire Protection District in her district. “Honored to spend time with firefighters from the Rico Fire Protection District – true heroes dedicated to keeping our community safe,” she posted on X, formerly known as Twitter. “Their bravery and commitment are truly remarkable. Grateful for their sacrifice and service!”
RELATED: Republicans double down on defense of Trump after fourth criminal indictment 
RELATED: Fulton County Clerk Takes the Blame for Trump Indictment Blunder 
RELATED: Lauren Boebert’s Rico Post Sparks Jokes, Memes 
Lauren Boebert slammed for attacking Biden over Maui wildfires 
Lauren Boebert has been slammed after she criticised President Joe Biden for his handling of the Maui wildfires. “There is a total crisis in Maui,” she wrote on social media on Sunday afternoon. “3000 destroyed homes. 80 people dead. Where’s Joe Biden? On vacation of course. There is no bottom for this president.” Mr Biden was at his Delaware beach house for the weekend after having approved a major disaster declaration on Thursday. He said, “Every asset that we have will be available to” those affected in Hawaii.
RELATED: ‘Maui is my home — you don’t speak for me’: Lauren Boebert slammed over Hawaii fires attack on Biden 
Loophole allows Boebert to blast back against attack ad 
An ad paid for by Rocky Mountain Values, which is a group trying to unseat Boebert, attacks the Congresswoman about veteran-related health care. “There’s one thing that sticks with you from serving is you leave no one behind. But Lauren Boebert voted against healthcare for veterans who were exposed to the toxic burn pits,” veteran George Autobee said in the political ad. There is a digital and radio ad that Boebert has paid for with taxpayer funds that appears to push back. “Don’t believe the lies you are hearing about Congresswoman Boebert and veterans,” veteran Richard Hathorne said in an ad that ends with an odd disclaimer. 
RELATED: Another ad campaign featuring a Pueblo veteran attacks Lauren Boebert for voting record 
RELATED: Colorado dark money group blasts Boebert’s voting record ‘against veterans’ health care’ in new ad 
After a close race last November, Adam Frisch has his eyes set on 2024 
Despite the loss, Frisch is still fired up by the results — and he’s back on the campaign trail already in his signature “Beat Boebert Buggy,” along with his son, “bodyguard” and field director Felix. Over the last campaign cycle, the two put around 25,000 miles on Frisch’s car driving around the district, and he’s starting to make the rounds again with his sights set on winning in 2024. “We expect this to be one of the top-focused races in the country,” said Frisch, who visited with the Daily Press  this week.
Who’s running to compete against Lauren Boebert in Colorado District 3 in the 2024 elections? 
Republican Rep. Lauren Boebert’s razor-thin victory in 2022 — just 546 votes  — surprised many people. In a district that should have a +9 Republican advantage, it also left many thinking she could be beatable in 2024. The hard right congresswoman got a lot of coverage in her first term — more for her behavior than her legislative record, which may have helped with the MAGA wing of the party, but could leave her vulnerable with more moderate Republicans, as well as the unaffiliated voters in the district. More than a year out from the election, she’s already attracted multiple primary challengers. And there are a number of Democrats and third-party candidates who have also announced they’re running for the seat. 
RELATED: Colorado’s Lauren Boebert draws GOP primary challenge from Grand Junction attorney Jeff Hurd 
RELATED: Grand Junction lawyer joins race against Rep. Lauren Boebert in 2024 
RELATED: New GOP candidate to challenge Boebert 
RELATED: Grand Junction’s mayor says she’s the one who can unseat Rep. Lauren Boebert 
From Sound of Freedom to Ron DeSantis: how QAnon’s crazy conspiracy theories went mainstream 
Even as many conspiracists shifted the narrative to stolen elections and the Covid-19 pandemic, the belief persisted. A February 2022 poll found that even though it had been over a year since Q had communicated, the number of believers in the conspiracy was holding steady at 16% of Americans – which is over 40 million people. The poll found that the best predictor of QAnon beliefs came from which news source an individual trusted most – those who trusted far-right sources, including One America News and Newsmax (and, to a lesser extent, Fox News) were far more likely to believe in QAnon than others. Two sitting members of the House of Representatives – Marjorie Taylor Greene and Lauren Boebert – posted QAnon content to their social media accounts before being elected.
Colorado Libertarians release long list of pledges for pact with state Republicans 
In June, Goodman told 9NEWS that Congresswoman Lauren Boebert might not fit the qualifications. “Is Lauren Boebert a strong liberty candidate? That is to be determined. I don’t necessarily think that Lauren Boebert… is a strong liberty candidate in my opinion,” she said. Boebert won by just 546 votes last year without a Libertarian in the race. Recently, a Libertarian registered to run against Boebert. He’s a perennial candidate and cannabis activist.
Lauren Boebert viciously attacked Rachel Levine for something Boebert didn’t even understand 
Yet another Republican files articles of impeachment against President Biden 
House Republicans attack Biden for trying to cut carbon pollution 
Marjorie Taylor Greene floats a bid for Senate — unless Trump needs a running mate 
RELATED: Marjorie Taylor Greene is out but not down 
RELATED: Marjorie Taylor Greene floats Senate run but hopes to be Trump’s vice-president 
Colorado Rep. Lauren Boebert hosts ‘fireside chat’ in Fruita 

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Biden asks Congress for $40B for Ukraine aid, U.S. disaster response, border security 
The first opportunity for Congress to provide additional aid will likely be the end of September, when U.S. lawmakers must pass a government funding bill, or begin a partial shutdown on Oct. 1 when the next fiscal year begins. Speaker Kevin McCarthy, a California Republican, will have to decide before then if he is going to back the request and move it through the chamber, or reject the supplemental spending proposal. Seventy members of the House GOP, including Lauren Boebert of Colorado, voted just last month to prohibit additional security assistance for Ukraine. The show of opposition from nearly one-third of House Republicans was in response to an amendment from Florida Rep. Matt Gaetz that wasn’t added to the annual defense policy bill following a 70-358 vote.
RELATED: Biden Seeks $13 Billion for Ukraine Defense as GOP Protests 
Biden bashes Boebert for opposing bill that backed CS Wind expansion in Pueblo 
President Joe Biden doesn’t mention Pueblo’s representative in Congress — or developments in Pueblo — every day. But he directly called out Rep. Lauren Boebert and mentioned a recent major investment into a Pueblo wind turbine manufacturing facility during a Wednesday speech near Albuquerque, New Mexico. Biden said that CS Wind, a Korean company, recently started construction on what will be the world’s largest turbine manufacturing facility.
RELATED: Biden throws shade at Lauren Boebert for opposing legislation expected to benefit her district 
RELATED: Biden caps big legislative wins at the one-year mark with Western swing 
RELATED: Biden picks on Boebert in clean energy manufacturing speech 
Group knocks Boebert over PACT Act opposition 
A liberal-leaning nonprofit group is knocking Rep. Lauren Boebert (R-Colo.) over her opposition to a bill that provides increased health care benefits for some veterans on the anniversary of its passage. Rocky Mountain Values released an advertisement Thursday featuring a Marine Corps veteran from Colorado discussing Boebert’s vote against the PACT Act, which expanded benefits for millions of veterans in the post-9/11 era who were exposed to toxic burn pits and are suffering illnesses as a result. The veteran notes that Boebert was criticized by her Democratic opponent for reelection last year, Adam Frisch, for opposing a wide range of other bills on veterans’ issues after she promoted her support for a few pieces of veterans legislation.
RELATED: Lauren Boebert Has A New Enemy She Might Not Be Able To Beat 
RELATED: Left-leaning group, Lauren Boebert trade fire over the Colorado Republican’s support for veterans 
Rep. Lauren Boebert visits La Plata County 
In a jab at Sen. Michael Bennet, the congresswoman appeared to confuse wildfire mitigation, which refers to preemptive treatments that reduce the impact of fire, with wildfire suppression, which refers to containing fires after they have started. “He has a lot of funding going towards fire mitigation, and I want to start before that,” she said. “I don’t want to be reactionary. Obviously we’re there, we have to mitigate these fires, but we need to be proactive and manage our forests before it gets to a catastrophic wildfire.”
Once Rare, Impeachments and Censures Have Become the Norm in Congress 
Representative Lauren Boebert, a far-right firebrand from Colorado, essentially sought to have Mr. Biden impeached in June without so much as an investigation. Representative Marjorie Taylor Greene of Georgia, another far-right Republican, had earlier filed her own articles of impeachment against the president. After sidestepping Ms. Boebert, House Republicans are now conducting what they characterize as an “inquiry” into a potential impeachment, one that is likely to gain steam in the G.O.P. backlash to the new indictment. And it is not just Mr. Biden in their sights but other administration officials including the homeland security secretary, Alejandro Mayorkas, and Attorney General Merrick B. Garland, even though there is no chance any would be convicted in the Democratic-controlled Senate.
RELATED: Sen. McConnell not on board with potential Biden impeachment trial 
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Montana elected officials raise concerns on funding for hunter ed 
“This move by President Biden’s administration undermines the heritage of sportsmanship that is an important part of our way of life here in Montana and communities across the United States,” Daines, who voted against the law, said in a statement. “I hope they reverse this radical, unfair decision.” Rep. Matt Rosendale, who represents Montana’s eastern district, signed onto a letter with Reps. Lauren Boebert, R-CO, and Mary Miller, R-IL, calling the interpretation a misunderstanding of the “legislation in order to advance a progressive agenda at the expense of Montanans and their way of life.”
Tough sledding for proposal targeting Trump investigator 
Oversight Committee threatens to subpoena Biden officials on work-from-home policies 
Amid Trump’s latest feud with D.C., other Republicans echo anti-Washington mantra 
Congressional incivility escalating, experts warn, but some lawmakers looking for solutions 

Lauren Boebert Posted A Photo Of Herself Launching Grenades After Complaining About The Price Of Groceries 
Lauren Boebert roundly mocked for saying Al Sharpton needs to read a history book 
Joe Exotic appeals to Trump, Boebert to help with campaign troubles 
Debate over allowing non-citizens to become police officers 
Lauren Boebert Challenger Adam Frisch Believes There Are 2 Ways to Beat Her 
Grand Junction’s mayor says she’s the one who can unseat Rep. Lauren Boebert 

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How Colorado’s federal lawmakers reacted to Jan. 6 committee issuing criminal referrals against former President Donald Trump 
Former President Donald Trump should face criminal charges over the Jan. 6, 2021, insurrection, the U.S. House of Representatives panel investigating said Monday. The recommendation, made to the Department of Justice at the panel’s final meeting, does not guarantee Trump will face charges. But it is a historic recommendation by the bipartisan panel. The recommended charges include aiding an insurrection, conspiracy to make a false statement for the scheme to put forward fake electors, conspiracy to defraud the United States and obstructing an official proceeding. The panel also recommended lawyer John Eastman, a former visiting scholar of conservative thought and policy at the University of Colorado Boulder, face the latter two charges.
RELATED: Lauren Boebert Puts Absurdly Positive Spin On Trump’s Arraignment 
RELATED: Trump Calls for Republicans To Impeach Biden Over ‘Fraud’ or Be Primaried and Lose His Endorsement 
RELATED: Trump indictment gets mixed reaction from Colorado lawmakers 
RELATED: Lauren Boebert says she is ‘really excited’ about the indictment of Donald Trump ‘because it means he will win’ in 2024 
“I’m excited to be home” Congresswoman Lauren Boebert discusses national, local issues 
An outspoken member of Congress’s rightwing Freedom Caucus, Boebert has often found herself in the national spotlight — delving into contentious culture-war issues, offering full-throated defenses of Donald Trump, shrugging off the separation of church and state. Though she actively courts such attention, the representative said it can be frustrating when the press only focuses on what she described as the “shiny things,” rather than the “actual work” she’s doing in Congress. Early on in the Daily Press interview, the absence of one such shiny thing was noted: Boebert hasn’t been seen as often lately with a gun on her hip — a staple aesthetic of her first term in office. “It would be a shame to assume I’m unarmed,” Boebert assured.
RELATED: Congress gets a timeout after dysfunctional summer 
RELATED: Boebert’s office releases August staff mobile office hours 
Drilled Dry: Boebert Pushes Gas Projects, Which Suck Millions of Gallons of Water From Her District 
The above quote was taken from the website of U.S. Rep. Lauren Boebert (R-CO). Though the Silt congresswoman might be best known for her string of controversial antics – recently including introducing a measure to impeach President Joe Biden to the disapproval of many fellow Republicans – Boebert also presents herself as a champion for her constituents in rural Colorado. Boebert’s district in particular is one where water is a pressing concern. “I am a strong advocate for protecting local communities’ water rights and keeping our water in the Third District,” her website reads. Boebert has not been idle on the issue, either. She successfully added millions of dollars in funding for water conservation projects in the 2023 House Appropriations bill, though she later went on to vote against the package. In a press release this month, she claimed millions more in Appropriations funding for various water projects in her district, though the bill has not gone to a vote on the House floor yet.
More than 100 advocacy groups urge Congress to denounce anti-immigrant rhetoric 
“When elected officials amplify dangerous rhetoric like the white nationalist invasion and replacement conspiracy theories, they create a climate that fosters political violence,” Vanessa Cardenas, the executive director of America’s Voice Education Fund, said on a Wednesday call with reporters. Cardenas said that America’s Voice, an immigration advocacy group, found 34 lawmakers this Congress have amplified that theory. She added that seven pieces of legislation have been introduced that also invoke the “invasion” theory. Rep. Lauren Boebert of Silt, who has regularly voiced replacement rhetoric, is prominent among those lawmakers.
Rocky Mountain Values issues open letter criticizing Rep. Lauren Boebert 
If you visit the Rocky Mountain Values website, it’s pretty clear how important health care coverage is to the organization. Sitting front-and-center on the home page is a call-to-action to protect Coloradans access to Medicare and Medicaid coverage. Today, the organization says that it took its message directly to Congresswoman Lauren Boebert by dropping off a letter at her district offices. The message? “Stop trying to gut Medicare.” The letter criticizes Boebert’s support of the Republican Study Committee’s budget, which critics said would potentially cut off tens of millions of Americans from health care. The organization also targeted Boebert for her voting record on the Inflation Reduction Act and the national debt, claiming that the congresswoman’s position aligned with major drug companies seeking to drive medication costs up and accused her of using the threat of economic crisis as a bargaining chip.

Lauren Boebert Hails Joe Biden Keeping Space Command in Colorado 
House Republican seeks to abolish congressional DEI office in new resolution 
Colorado lands another $100 million in federal funding for Arkansas Valley Conduit 
Pueblo County likely to receive $1 million from Congress for new boulevard 
Rep. Lauren Boebert awards congressional recognition to Business Incubator Center 
Lauren Boebert Wants to Gut Medicare, Letter From Advocates Says 
Research Finds Scandals Have Less Impact on Politicians Than They Used To 
Women’s safety and the debate over guns 
Illinois will allow some non-citizens to be police. But only those authorized to work and own a gun 
Colorado Republican leadership is set to meet as the party faces deep divisions and a hurting bottom line 
“If the state Republican party wants to make themselves completely irrelevant, that’s probably what they should be doing,” said Republican former state Rep. Don Coram of Montrose of opting out of the primary. He lost to U.S. Congresswoman Lauren Boebert in the GOP primary last year. “If they close the primary and don’t let unaffiliateds participate I think they’re far less likely to take kindly to a candidate that is selected by the extremist wing of the party,” he added. 
Grand Junction’s mayor launches campaign to unseat Boebert in Colorado’s 3rd Congressional District 
RELATED: Democratic Colorado mayor mounts challenge to Boebert 
Colorado politicians might not prefer primaries, but most have weathered them | TRAIL MIX 

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Grand Junction mayor enters Democratic bid to unseat Boebert 
Another Democrat has declared for the race to unseat U.S. Rep. Lauren Boebert. Grand Junction Mayor Anna Stout filed paperwork Thursday announcing her bid. She will face former Aspen City Council member Adam Frisch in the Democratic primary next summer. “It’s no secret that Lauren Boebert has repeatedly failed to represent our values in Congress, and her only accomplishment has been making a name for herself as a member of the most extreme faction of her party,” Stout said in a statement. “Colorado’s 3rd congressional district deserves better. As the mayor of my hometown, the largest city in Western Colorado, I have a record of bringing people together to get things done and listening to the people I represent. I will take that same work ethic to Congress and build on my record of delivering real results for the hardworking people of our district.” Frisch came within 600 votes of beating Boebert in November and already holds a multimillion-dollar fundraising advantage over the incumbent.
RELATED: Grand Junction mayor becomes latest Democrat to launch a bid to unseat Lauren Boebert 
RELATED: Grand Junction mayor jumps into congressional race to take on Lauren Boebert 
RELATED: Stout jumps into race for congress 
U.S. House spending bill for the VA renews fight over abortion access, transgender care 
The House Appropriations Committee has written the dozen annual bills to funding levels well below the bipartisan agreement that Speaker Kevin McCarthy and President Joe Biden negotiated earlier this year when they brokered a debt limit agreement. But those lower funding levels on discretionary programs, which make up about one-third of annual federal spending, aren’t low enough for the far-right Freedom Caucus, which includes Reps. Lauren Boebert and Ken Buck of Colorado. That group has been calling for House Republican leaders to cut additional spending and discount so-called budget gimmicks that claw back already approved federal spending and then reallocate it to spending in the GOP bills.

Lauren Boebert blames her AirPods after she threw away photo of 10-year-old Uvalde victim 
Republican Congresswoman Lauren Boebert has posted a video in which she apologises for throwing away a pamphet depicting a photo of a 10-year-old girl murdered during the mass shooting in Uvalde, Texas, along with a memorial pin that she was handed by a gun violence activist. Ms Boebert’s video was obtained by the liberal Twitter profile PatriotTakes; it wasn’t immediately clear where it had been first posted. But in the video, Ms Boebert addressed the now semi-viral clip of her tossing away the pamphlet in question after receiving it moments earlier.
RELATED: Lauren Boebert Says She Threw Away Pin Honoring Uvalde Victim Because Of AirPods 
RELATED: Boebert apologizes ‘for appearance’ of disrespecting Uvalde victims 
RELATED: Father of Uvalde victim posts blistering takedown of Lauren Boebert’s ‘bulls*** apology’ 
Lauren Boebert rages at Pete Buttigieg for problem House Republicans aren’t solving 
Rep. Lauren Boebert (R-CO) is angry again at out Transportation Secretary Pete Buttigieg, this time because experts predict that the North American aviation industry will be short 30,000 pilots over the next decade. Buttigieg talked about the current, smaller shortage in a CBS News interview and how it’s affecting flights: “There’s definitely gaps in places. The system is just uneven right now.” He said that the Department of Transportation is actively investigating several airlines that engage in “unrealistic scheduling”; that is, they’re scheduling flights and selling tickets without having the crews necessary to operate the flights, leading to cancellations and delays and other flight disruptions.
Fact Check-Joe Biden was not impeached in June 2023 
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RELATED: The GOP’s lengthy impeachment and censure lists 
RELATED: Inside McCarthy’s sudden warming to a Biden impeachment inquiry 
Lauren Boebert celebrates Anheuser-Busch laying off 350 workers 
Club for Growth readies $20m fund to boost Boebert, Gaetz and other McCarthy antagonists 
GOP measures would undo protections for endangered lesser prairie chicken, northern bat 
Boebert’s Clifton bill clears House committee 
Legislators put Pueblo over politics to ensure economic development post-chemical depot closure 
‘We should not fear a government shutdown’: Far-right U.S. House members slam spending bills 
Boebert Promotes Antisemitic Conspiracist in Taxpayer-Funded Press Release 
Congresswoman Lauren Boebert and Congressman Alex Mooney have been endorsed by Legacy PAC 
Posts misleadingly claim Biden said he ‘ended cancer’ 
Marjorie Taylor Greene reportedly found out she was booted from the House Freedom Caucus after seeing her own name trending on Twitter 
RELATED: Democrat issues bid to censure Marjorie Taylor Greene over ‘unhinged conspiracy theories’ and ‘extreme behaviour’ 

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