Rep. Lauren Boebert Account Reinstated
As social media platforms and servers continue attempts to police and muzzle certain individuals, newly elected Colorado representative Lauren Boebert had her Twitter account reinstated after a flagged post on January 9.
The post suggested "Hillary must be pissed it took the DNC until 2020 to successfully rig an election".
The owner of a Rifle, Colorado establishment called The Shooter, Boebert's first week in Washington was in line with controversial campaign promises. Boebert also live-tweeted during the attempted January 6 insurrection that 'The speaker (Nancy Pelosi) has been removed from the chambers'.
Earlier that day a viral post from Boebert read 'Today is 1776...' Back in Denver, weekend protests called for the resignations of Boebert and fellow Rep. Doug Lamborn, who also objected to presidential election results. On Monday Boebert blamed Democrats as hypocrites and named celebrities and politicians she deemed responsible for inciting the Capitol riot. "Their hypocrisy is on full display with impeachment, censure, and other ways to punish Republicans for false acquisitions of inciting the type of violence they have so frequently and transparently supported in the past." Wonder if Boebert's list includes a certain Los Angeles Lakers player?
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