On Thursday, Rep. Lauren Boebert (R-CO) decided that she’d weigh in on the issue of a bill introduced by House Democrats that would expand the the Supreme Court from nine members to 13, a move that many legal scholars say is long overdue.

But rather than provide logical arguments against such an expansion, Boebert resorted to jingoism and fear tactics, taking to Twitter and calling the move “political terrorism.”

As HuffPost noted, Boebert doesn’t have a leg to stand on considering recent history regarding the high court:

“Boebert’s comment ignored the fact that Republicans engaged in court packing of their own starting in 2016 when Mitch McConnell refused to consider Barack Obama’s Supreme Court nominee Merrick Garland in the run-up to the election.

“McConnell’s rationale at the time was that voters should decide who decides the next justice, but he ignored that in 2020 after Ruth Bader Ginsburg died in order to ram through the nomination of Amy Coney Barrett while Donald Trump was still president.”

Social media also reminded Boebert that real terrorism looks a lot like what transpired on January 6, when thousands of Trump supporters stormed the U.S. Capitol, which resulted in the deaths of five people, including a member of the Capitol Police:

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