Month: April 2023

Boebert Watch News Digest 4/28/2023

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Boebert’s Vote for a Debt Ceiling Bill Reflects Her Longtime Opposition to Government ‘Benefits’ 
Colorado Congresswoman Lauren Boebert on Wednesday voted for a bill put forward by House Republicans that raises the debt ceiling, cuts spending, and repeals key elements of President Biden’s agenda. “The bill that passed the House yesterday is the Congresswoman’s position on the debt ceiling,” Boebert’s press secretary Jake Settle told the Colorado Times Recorder in an email on Thursday. This shouldn’t come as a surprise as the final version of the House bill included a number of provisions that were also featured in a House Freedom Caucus proposal unveiled last month. 
Boebert lauds health center grant despite voting no on bill to fund it 
Rep. Lauren Boebert’s office recently issued a press release to celebrate a $5.1 million grant for Pueblo Community Health Center, but Boebert voted against the bill funding it because of what the release called “Democrat poison pills” in the legislation. Most congressional Republicans voted no on the 2023 appropriations act. The grant was secured during the appropriations process in a bill approved by Congress in December 2022. In an interview with the Chieftain, Boebert said the final bill was over a thousand pages and included “amendments that were not germane.”
Nashville congressman drops bill expanding teachers’ Second Amendment rights, ‘ensure our kids are safe’ 
“If Congress is serious about preventing school shootings, it needs to harden schools, allow teachers to take self-defense training, and modernize school firearm policies when over half of states recognize Constitutional Carry,” Boebert said. “Protecting the Second Amendment is the most effective way to prevent violence in our communities and to stop school shootings,” she continued. “Gun free zones are dangerous, since they create vulnerable targets.” Boebert added that “Republicans need to defeat the myth that gun control is the solution to school shootings, and we need to show that we are serious about protecting the Second Amendment while also protecting students from evil murderers.”
Colorado’s members of Congress react to president Biden’s re-election announcement 
Western Slope Republican Lauren Boebert endorsed Trump for president in March. The conservative representatives has been a strong backer of Trump’s. After Biden’s announcement, she tweeted “America will not be rewarding his failures with another term & I hope you will all join me in fighting hard to re-elect President Donald J. Trump!”
RELATED: Colorado lawmakers react to President Biden’s declaration that he’s running for a second term 
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Bye George! Here are the weak GOP seats that could let Dems win the House in ’24 
Rep. Lauren Boebert (Colorado 3rd district) — One of the biggest surprises of 2022 was something that didn’t quite happen, as the ultra-MAGA Colorado congresswoman with a passion for firearms and a colorful past was re-elected by a whisker, eventually beating Democrat Adam Frisch by about 600 votes, the closest congressional race anywhere in the country. Frisch plans to be back for a rematch, and according to Punchbowl News, Republicans now view Boebert as their most vulnerable incumbent next year. Money won’t be her problem: Boebert brought in a formidable $764,000 in Q1 after a previous-cycle total of more than $7 million, but Frisch is also pulling in national money, garnering $500,000 within just three days of launching his 2024 bid, with donors checking in from all 50 states.
Lawmakers are worked up about Tucker Carlson’s exit from Fox News 
“I STAND WITH TUCKER CARLSON!” Rep. Lauren Boebert (R-Colo.) wrote on Twitter. Kari Lake, a former Arizona gubernatorial candidate and television host, congratulated Carlson on the move. “The best decision I ever made was leaving Fox. Good for you, @TuckerCarlson. You’re free & uncensored!” she tweeted.
RELATED: Tucker Carlson & Don Lemon Exits Draw Strong Reactions From ‘The View’ Hosts, Sean Hannity, ‘The Daily Show’ & Many More 
RELATED: With Tucker Carlson’s ouster, House GOP loses a key ally – and agitator 
RELATED: How Tucker Carlson rode a wave of populist outrage 
Rep. Lauren Boebert Lists What Patriots Should Be Willing To Do And… It’s Something 
Far-right Rep. Lauren Boebert (R-Colo.) drew criticism for her rallying cry to so-called patriots during an event in Texas this week. Donald Trump-loving Boebert called for “boldness” from the audience as she listed what she — and they — should be prepared to do in the name of what she claimed was patriotism. “I will do what’s right. I don’t care if it costs me an election,” Boebert said. “I don’t care if the school principal gets mad at me or the county commissioners get upset at me, or if the flight attendant kicks me off the plane.”
RELATED: Lauren Boebert tells her MAGA mob to disrupt flights, even if it gets them kicked off a plane 
Colorado leaders are rallying against a railway project that would carry crude oil along the Colorado River 
The train would run along the river in a large portion of U.S. Rep. Lauren Boebert’s district. The Garfield County Republican has been critical of the Biden Administration amid recent train derailments but is outspoken in her support for oil and gas. Her office did not respond to repeated requests for comments for this story. 
Colorado elected officials across political spectrum want to be allowed to block people on social media 
GOP call for Ukraine peace talks echoes bungled progressive letter 
Lauren Boebert Says Liberals Using Earth Day to ‘Divide’ 
Lauren Boebert Slams Biden’s Plan to Penalize Homebuyers With Good Credit 
Community summit kicks off talks on how best to protect Crystal River 
Parents are outraged that Lauren Boebert was allowed to speak to students at their school 
Lauren Boebert’s husband involved in ATV altercation 
‘Choosing teenage sex’: Lauren Boebert roasted for defending teen son impregnating underage girlfriend 

Boebert Watch News Digest 4/21/2023

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Adam Frisch outraises Lauren Boebert ahead of potential 2024 rematch 
Republican U.S. Rep. Lauren Boebert of Silt has consistently ranked as one of Colorado’s top congressional fundraisers since her election to the 3rd District seat in 2020, raking in small-dollar contributions from a national network of grassroots conservative donors. But in her bid to win a third term next year, she may have to overcome an even more prolific fundraising effort by her likely Democratic challenger. Adam Frisch, a former Aspen City Council member who lost to Boebert by just 546 votes in the 2022 election, raised more than $1.7 million in the first quarter of 2023 — more than double the $763,000 raised by Boebert in the same period, according to Federal Election Commission disclosures.
RELATED: Lauren Boebert’s Democratic challenger Adam Frisch towers over the competition in 1st quarter fundraising 
RELATED: Frisch outraises Boebert in donations 
RELATED: Adam Frisch gets off to hot fundraising start in his 2024 rematch with Lauren Boebert 
RELATED: Poll, fundraising favor Frisch election bid in 2024 
RELATED: Adam Frisch raising more than Lauren Boebert in bid to take Colorado seat in 2024 
RELATED: From highs to lows, FEC reports offer an early 2024 temperature 
RELATED: District updates: Tight race in one, tough spot in another 
A Super PAC Targets Greene, Gaetz, Boebert and Others on the Far Right 
A bipartisan group of political operatives — spanning the ideological spectrum from former members of the hard-right House Freedom Caucus to a Democrat who challenged Representative Marjorie Taylor Greene of Georgia — has started a political action committee aimed at “stopping MAGA” and eradicating what the operatives call an authoritarian streak among some Republican lawmakers.
Gaetz, Boebert and Biggs raised big bucks off their opposition to McCarthy 
The House Republicans who were the most vocal in opposing Kevin McCarthy’s bid for Speaker reaped substantial financial rewards for it, new campaign finance filings show. Rep. Matt Gaetz (R-Fla.), who referred to McCarthy as the “biggest alligator” in a swamp-themed fundraising email in early January, reported his top fundraising days among itemized donors on Jan. 6 and Jan. 7. Such strong fundraising days early in the quarter are unusual and suggest the Speaker fight was a significant driver of donations. The Florida congressman brought in a total of roughly $675,000 during the first quarter, including more than $480,000 from donors giving less than $200 — a sign of enthusiasm from the party’s small-dollar base.
GOP lawmakers urge Biden to stop sending ‘unrestrained’ aid, weapons to Ukraine 
“Our national and economic security demand an alternative. Unrestrained U.S. aid for Ukraine must come to an end, and we will adamantly oppose all future aid packages unless they are linked to a clear diplomatic strategy designed to bring this war to a rapid conclusion.” The lawmakers also said that Biden should prioritize more diplomatic efforts to advocate for a peace agreement between the two countries. The letter was signed by 19 Republican lawmakers, including Sen. Mike Lee (R-Utah.), Rep. Majorie Taylor Greene (R-Ga.), Sen. J.D. Vance (R-OH.), Sen. Rand Paul (R-K.Y.), and Rep. Lauren Boebert (R-Colo.). 
GOP lawmakers urge Supreme Court to let abortion pill restrictions take effect 
What we’re watching: The handful of signers facing competitive elections in 2024 should expect it to come up in attacks on the campaign trail, two Democratic operatives told Axios. Reps. Lauren Boebert (R-Colo.) and Monica De La Cruz (R-Texas) are top targets for the Democratic Congressional Campaign Committee — which blasted Boebert last week for signing the 5th Circuit brief.
Birth Control Is Next 
Two years ago, in Missouri, Republicans tried to ban public funding for IUDs and emergency contraception in a bill that would have made those forms of birth control ineligible for Medicaid coverage. (“Anything that destroys that life is abortion, it’s not birth control,” said the state senator who spearheaded the legislation.) During the 2022 appropriations process in Congress, Rep. Lauren Boebert attempted to bar federal funds from being used on “abortifacient contraceptive drugs,” and Republican Rep. Matt Rosendale proposed adding emergency contraception to a provision prohibiting the federal funding of abortion.
U.S. House approves bill banning transgender student athletes in girls sports 
U.S. House Republicans voted Thursday to prohibit transgender student athletes from competing on girls sports teams consistent with their gender identity, at the same time multiple GOP-dominated states are making similar moves. The bill, H.R. 734, which would apply to K-12 schools as well as colleges that receive federal funding, passed on a party-line vote of 219-203. Of the three Republican members of the Colorado congressional delegation, Doug Lamborn voted in favor of the measure, but Lauren Boebert and Ken Buck were recorded as not voting. The bill has no chance of success in the U.S. Senate, which is narrowly controlled by Democrats.
Water attorney says tribes should have seat at table in Colorado River discussions 
U.S. Rep. Lauren Boebert, the Silt Republican whose congressional district contains the Colorado River from just downstream from its headwaters to the Utah border, told Colorado Politics in an email that she will continue fighting for Coloradans. “The Colorado River is called the Colorado River for a reason,” Boebert said. “I will keep working to put the people of Colorado and our interests first as we work to find solutions to western drought. Six states representing millions of people came together to produce a solution, but California failed to show up to the table and negotiate in good faith. Now, millions of people are being held hostage by California’s willful incompetence.”
Here are the House, Senate members who have endorsed Trump for 2024 
Lauren Boebert Got Called Out For Hypocrisy After Expressing Disgust Over Alec Baldwin’s Dropped Charges In The Fatal ‘Rust’ Shooting 
New GOP challenger says 3rd District voters ‘are done with Lauren Boebert like they’re done with winter’ 
Glenwood Springs’ first drag storytime was a success 
U.S. Rep. Lauren Boebert, R-Silt, shared tweets last year telling drag queens to stay out of her district with storytimes, and recently posted divisive tweets against the trans community. If anything, the Arauzas joined Bluebird Cafe Justin Bishop in being more concerned about the people who have political opinions against the Divas and other members of the LGBTQ+ community. “There was nothing about that event that was inappropriate for my children,” Steven said. “It is highly inappropriate for bigoted people to sexualize children’s events for political gain, which was the reason why we had to have security as a thing in the first place.”
RELATED: Storytime just got glamorous: Roaring Divas host a reading at the Bluebird Cafe 
How Lauren Boebert’s visit to a rural Colorado school started a small revolt against the district 
Disagreement seemed inevitable, as U.S. Rep. Lauren Boebert is a polarizing figure. But Dolores School District Superintendent Reece Blincoe didn’t think the issue would linger for as long as it has or turn quite as sour for his small community in rural, southwest Colorado. Blincoe, a principal and other officials have been under fire for weeks from a group of parents angry and concerned that the district invited Boebert to speak to several hundred students at Dolores Middle & High School last month for a civics discussion that turned somewhat political. Parents within the district say they were blocked from attending or watching the congresswoman’s address to the students when they voiced concern ahead of time. And they’re worried about the message that hosting Boebert sends to the students.
Lauren Boebert’s Son Fails to Show in Court — Unbeknownst to Mom 

Boebert Watch News Digest 4/14/2023

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Lauren Boebert and Adam Frisch tied among likely 2024 voters, new poll says 
The poll, conducted by progressive organizations ProgressNow Colorado and Global Strategy Group, surveyed 500 likely voters and 100 unaffiliated likely voters in Colorado’s 3rd Congressional District between March 29 and April 2. It has a 4.4% margin of error. “Lauren Boebert, in a Republican-leaning district, is tied going into the 2024 presidential election cycle,” ProgressNow Colorado executive direct Sara Loflin said of the results. The race was unexpectedly close in the 2022 midterms. Boebert, the highly controversial conservative lawmaker, beat Frisch by just 546 votes in the right-leaning district. It was redrawn in the recent redistricting process and favors a Republican candidate by 9 percentage points.
RELATED: Lauren Boebert and Democratic challenger Adam Frisch in dead heat, new poll shows 
RELATED: Poll: Rep. Boebert-Frisch tied in 2024 rematch 
RELATED: Boebert, Democratic challenger tied ahead of possible 2024 rematch: poll 
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Texas judge’s abortion pill ruling supported by 69 Republicans in Congress 
A group of 69 congressional Republicans is backing a federal judge’s ruling that would overturn the U.S. Food and Drug Administration’s two-decade-old approval of the abortion pill mifepristone. The 11 GOP senators and 58 House lawmakers, including Lauren Boebert and Doug Lamborn of Colorado, who filed a brief in the appeals case, broke the relative silence from Republicans in Congress on the Friday ruling, though no members of leadership signed onto the brief. “By approving and deregulating chemical abortion drugs, the FDA has not followed Congress’ statutorily prescribed drug approval process and has subverted Congress’ critical public policy interests in upholding patient welfare,” the GOP lawmakers wrote.
Republicans Dust Off Anti-D.C. Playbook to Sound Tough on Crime 
“It’s their capital,” Rep. Chip Roy (R-Texas) said of his constituents. “Their capital is getting overrun by crime, they want to be able to come here and try to live safely.” But some Republicans came under fire for the tone of their remarks. Rep. Gary Palmer (Ala.), a member of GOP leadership, faced blowback for calling D.C. schools “inmate factories.” Rep. Lauren Boebert (R-Colo.) inaccurately said the criminal code Congress overthrew was still law, and she pressed a witness about his nonexistent support for decriminalization of public urination. “People who watched it might have become more sympathetic to the District,” Mendelson said of Boebert’s line of questioning.
RELATED: Jamie Raskin Tells Hilarious Yarn Of Boebert’s Obsession With and Confusion Over Public Urination 
Musk, Boebert call to ‘defund’ NPR after it quit Twitter 
Elon Musk and Rep. Lauren Boebert (R-Colo.) called for NPR to be defunded after the outlet announced it would no longer use Twitter due to the social media platform slapping it with a “government-funded media” label. “Defund @NPR,” Musk tweeted on Wednesday, after sharing an email that said the media outlet was no longer using Twitter. Boebert responded to the Musk Tweet by saying “I’ve been saying that for quite some time! Let’s get it done!”
Lauren Boebert Boasts of Record Hearings Despite ‘Very Little to Show’ 
Colorado Representative Lauren Boebert is boasting about the number of committee hearings House Republicans are holding because “they have almost nothing else to brag about,” according to a prominent academic. Republicans have launched several investigations targeting the Biden administration in recent months, with Lauren Boebert saying the House GOP had “set a new record for the amount of hearings in a single day,” with no group ever having “worked harder to get this country back on track.” The GOP took control of the House of Representatives in January, following the November midterm elections, though crucially they are still a minority in the Senate. After taking over, House Republicans launched a number of investigations including into the 2021 fall of Afghanistan to the Taliban, the Biden family’s “domestic and international business dealings” and what they called the “weaponization” of the federal government against conservatives.
Not all Republicans feel ‘Ukraine fatigue,’ as GOP splits over continued aid 
Top water attorney, state officials say fed’s Colorado River drought proposal should spur action 
Outside Groups Already Targeting Lauren Boebert 
U.S. Rep. Matt Gaetz slated to attend La Plata County GOP dinner 
Lauren Boebert cites made-up ‘version’ of the Declaration of Independence 
‘They can’t even afford crayons’: Lauren Boebert dragged over fear of arming ‘woke teachers’ 
Lauren Boebert cries “terrorism” after students shut down transphobic speech 
Anonymous says it has obtained Republican credentials, secrets 
The Trump Base Is Blamed for GOP Woes in Colorado, But Powerful Conservative Institutions Promote the Same Conspiracism and Trump Extremism. Here’s a List. 
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RELATED: Roaring Fork Valley Republican aims to unseat Boebert in primary 
Twitter fails to report some political ads after promising transparency 
Election bill would expand voting in tribal nations, put financial disclosures online in Colorado 
In the weeks after Election Day last year, people from the campaigns for Rep. Lauren Boebert and Adam Frisch hounded voters on certain counties’ cure lists, as the race was extremely close.
Lauren Boebert’s Eldest Son’s Car Wreck Injured Friend, Led to Criminal Charges 
Like mother, like son. On September 17, 2022, Representative Lauren Boebert’s eldest son, Tyler, was issued a “careless driving causing bodily injury” ticket in connection with a late-night car crash in which he flipped his father’s SUV into a Garfield County creek bed. Noble D’Amato, a nineteen-year-old friend of Tyler’s who was riding shotgun, wound up hospitalized with multiple concussions and a severely lacerated hand. “I still have problems with my hand,” D’Amato says. “My thumb almost got cut off. It prevented me from getting a welding job, because I can’t hold a TIG torch anymore. I’m a personal-care provider now.”
RELATED: Lauren Boebert accused of covering up car crash that left teen severely injured while her son was driving 
RELATED: Lauren Boebert’s Son Fails to Show in Court — Unbeknownst to Mom 
RELATED: Lauren Boebert’s Son Accused of Special Treatment After Car Accident 
Lauren Boebert uses upcoming birth of her first grandchild to bash trans people 

Boebert Watch News Digest 4/8/2023

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Money pours into early days of Adam Frisch’s second campaign to unseat Rep. Lauren Boebert 
In just over seven weeks since Adam Frisch announced his second campaign to unseat far-right incumbent U.S. Rep. Lauren Boebert, he’s boosted his war chest by well over seven figures, his campaign announced Thursday. To date, the former Aspen City councilman has raised $1.7 million, “shattering expectations,” Frisch said in a statement. That much money shows a clear break from the slow start his 2022 campaign had, largely due to the national attention he earned by almost unseating Boebert. During the first quarter of that campaign, Frisch had raised $232,575, federal data shows.
RELATED: Lauren Boebert challenger Adam Frisch tops $1.7 million for 1st quarter in Colorado’s 3rd CD 
RELATED: Boebert’s Democratic challenger raises $1.7M in first quarter 
RELATED: Lauren Boebert challenger raises more than $1.7 million in first quarter 
House Democrats include Lauren Boebert on initial list of targeted GOP-held seats 
National Democrats will work to unseat U.S. Rep. Lauren Boebert in next year’s election, the House Democratic campaign arm said Monday in an announcement unveiling an initial list of targeted GOP-held seats. The Colorado Republican from Silt, who narrowly won reelection to a second term last year, is among the Republican incumbents representing districts the Democratic Congressional Campaign Committee considers vulnerable in the 2024 cycle, the committee said. A DCCC spokesman suggested that Boebert’s national profile and prominent alignment with former President Donald Trump could work against her.
RELATED: Democrats eager to take on Boebert again after near-upset 
RELATED: House Democrats targeting 33 GOP-held and open seats next year 
RELATED: Democrats are betting Republicans’ defense of Donald Trump’s criminal charges will age like milk on the 2024 campaign trail 
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RELATED: Lauren Boebert’s narrow midterm election victory makes her a target for Democrats 
A well-funded, dark-money political group that opposed Cory Gardner reemerges to take on Lauren Boebert in 2024 
A dark-money political group aligned with Democrats that worked to block Republican U.S. Sen. Cory Gardner’s reelection two years ago has been revived to target GOP U.S. Rep. Lauren Boebert’s as she vies for a third term representing Colorado’s 3rd Congressional District. Rocky Mountain Values, a nonprofit that doesn’t have to disclose its donors, is among the first major political groups to target Boebert’s 2024 reelection effort, though it likely won’t be the last after the congresswoman narrowly won a second term in November. The organization kicked off its latest campaign Monday in Durango, the same day the Democratic Congressional Campaign Committee announced it will target Boebert next year.
RELATED: Liberal advocacy group that pestered Cory Gardner relaunches with focus on Lauren Boebert 
RELATED: Groups already targeting Boebert seat in 2024 
RELATED: Boebert challenger Adam Frisch wins nod from bipartisan No Labels organization 
Boebert Touts Record As Champion of Water Conservation, Cites Bill She Voted Against 
On Tuesday afternoon, U.S. Rep. Lauren Boebert (R-CO)’s office sent out a press release that contained the following sentence: “Congresswoman Boebert is a strong advocate for rural water storage projects, and in the House FY 2023 appropriations package, she secured $229.26 million for water conservation and delivery projects and an additional $50 million for rural water projects that will help combat western drought.” However, according to records from the House of Representatives, H. R. 2617 – an appropriations bill which allocated spending for the 2023 fiscal year – passed a vote mostly along party lines in December. Lauren Boebert was one of 200 house Republicans who voted not to pass the bill. This is becoming something of a yearly pattern: last year, the Durango Herald reported that Boebert took credit for nine funding wins, coming from an appropriations bill that she also voted against.
Arm teachers, Lauren Boebert says following East High, Nashville shootings 
RELATED: Full List of Republicans Backing Bid to Erase Ban on Guns in Schools 
White House accuses GOP of helping Mexican drug cartels by targeting ATF 
Rep. Lauren Boebert, R-Colo., who once owned a restaurant named Shooters Grill, where the servers openly carried firearms, concurred, saying she was “still waiting to hear a good reason why the ATF should remain an agency at all.” Some, like Rep. Eric Burlison, R-Mo., have suggested going even further by both defunding the ATF and eliminating the National Firearms Act, the primary legal authority for the agency.
Legislation would protect retardant amid litigation 
Lauren Boebert Dismisses ‘Fake’ CNN Poll About Trump Indictment 
RELATED: Boebert Claims 60% Agreeing With Trump’s Indictment Is ‘Fake As Joe Biden’s White House Play Set’ 
RELATED: Lauren Boebert Compares Trump’s Arrest to ‘What Hitler Did’ in Germany 
Colorado Democrats elect Shad Murib as state party chair 
“Sheriffs across the state refuse to enforce our gun safety laws. We have Republican county commissioners who won’t build affordable housing. They won’t enforce the oil and gas laws meant to keep our neighborhoods and schools safe. And Republican county clerks are straight up inviting corruption into their election offices,” Murib told the roughly 500 Democrats gathered at the Sheraton Denver Downtown Hotel for the party’s biennial reorganization meeting. “Republicans have majorities in these seats across the state, and I believe the next frontier of Democratic politics must be local.” In addition to a focus on legislative and county offices, Murib said a goal of the party in 2024 will be to defend Democratic Rep. Yadira Caraveo in the battleground 8th Congressional District and work to unseat Republican U.S. Rep. Lauren Boebert, who won reelection last year in the 3rd Congressional District by the closest margin in the country in a congressional race.

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