Rep. Lauren Boebert (R-CO) proved yet again on Friday that she’s one of the least self-aware people on the face of the planet by tweeting out an accusation that Democrats were engaged in “destroying our freedoms,” only succeeding in having her tweet come back and bite her squarely on the posterior.
Boebert, who has expressed support for the bizarre QAnon conspiracy theory, sent out this tweet Friday afternoon:
We live in the freest country on planet earth. The rest of the world envies our freedoms. Meanwhile, we have a political party that is laser-focused on destroying our freedoms. It is not only shocking, but very dangerous.
— Lauren Boebert (@laurenboebert) April 9, 2021
Apparently, Boebert was commenting on an announcement by President Joe Biden earlier in the day when he unveiled several executive orders that are aimed at combating gun violence in the United States.
However, since the congresswoman failed to name which party she was referring to, many on Twitter saw Boebert’s tweet as being an accidental slap at Republicans:
And that political party would be the republicans!
— TMM51 (@TMM1951) April 9, 2021
Yes, your party is. And congratulations to your staffer for recognizing it. Also, it’s a pleasure to see proper punctuation and spelling, while retaining your content-free style.
— Leland Hermit (@AngeloBCollie) April 9, 2021
Has Lauren been reading Oscar Wilde?
“I am so clever that sometimes I don’t understand a single word of what I am saying.”
– Oscar Wilde, The Happy Prince and Other Stories
— Frank Amari (@FrankAmari2) April 9, 2021
Dangerous like being part of an insurrection?
— MurrayTheT (@murraythet) April 9, 2021
Yet here you are, freely expressing yourself.
— DeadlyrhetoRick (@deadlyrhetorick) April 9, 2021
I am old enough to remember January 6th, 2021.
— SamReadyFor2022🌊🌊🌊 (@SamTheeMaan) April 9, 2021
— Elvis Aaron Hemphill (@HemphillElvis) April 9, 2021
Yeah like making it impossible for people to vote. pic.twitter.com/JdBYA6GjFo
— Bronson (@12stepSavage) April 10, 2021
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