Dems Get Dirty Infecting GOP Primary To Get Rid Of Republican Star

Democrats are getting desperate and in Colorado they are getting dirty to try and get rid of Rep. Lauren Boebert.

Boebert became a sensation when the gun touting restaurant owner humiliated Beto O’Rourke in 2019 ruining his 2020 chances.

“I am here to say hell no, you’re not, I have four children. I’m 5 foot zero, 100 pounds, cannot defend myself with a fist. I want to know how you’re going to legislate that, because a criminal by defense breaks the law. So all you’re going to do is restrict law-abiding citizens like myself,” the then restaurant owner said to O’Rourke.

Since then Boebert won a congressional seat and now thousands of Democrats are getting involved to try and stop her. 

DNYUZ reported

Claudia Cunningham had never voted for a Republican in her life. She swore she couldn’t or her father would roll over in his grave. But ahead of the Colorado primary on Tuesday, she did the once-unthinkable: registered as unaffiliated so that she could vote in the G.O.P. primary against her congresswoman, Lauren Boebert.

So did Ward Hauenstein, the mayor pro tem of Aspen; Sara Sanderman, a teacher from Glenwood Springs; Christopher Arndt, a writer and financier in Telluride; Gayle Frazzetta, a primary care doctor in Montrose; and Karen Zink, a nurse practitioner south of Durango.

 In classic woke thinking, note how the report describes Democrat’s trying to thwart an election. 

Driven by fears of extremism and worries about what they see as an authoritarianism embodied in Ms. Boebert, thousands of Democrats in the sprawling third congressional district of Colorado have rushed to shore up her Republican challenger, State Senator Don Coram. Their aim is not to do what is best for Democrats but to do what they think is best for democracy.

According to these Democrats, it’s ok to try and thwart an election because it’s “what they think is best for democracy.”

Boebert is an American success story. She’s a mom, a business owner, and now a member of Congress.

DNYUZ