Lauren Boebert Mocks ‘AOC’ Over Midterms: ‘OK, Sandy…’

Freshman Rep. Lauren Boebert took on Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez on social media to, among other things, remind the New York Democratic socialist that her party isn’t looking good in the midterms.

“1984 called and they want their bleak, immoral, thuggish and deadly totalitarian dystopian future back,” Boebert, a Colorado Republican, initially tweeted, a likely reference to the novel by George Orwell of the same name, “1984.”

AOC tweet-quoted Boebert, asking, “Hey quick question Boebert, did you ask for a pardon after tweeting the Speaker’s location on Jan 6th? You and the KKK Caucus have been really quiet about it today and given how much y’all have to say I’m not sure why no one’s responding to this simple question.

Maybe your friend can answer! Did either of you seek a pardon? Just trying to clear some things up,” she added, referencing Rep. Majorie Taylor Greene (R-Ga.).

Never one to back down, Boebert responded: “Ok Sandy, $5 a gallon gas, 3+ million illegals crossing our southern border, no baby formula, inflation higher than it’s been in both of our lifetimes, and this is what you want to talk about? Your policies are failing America, and you’re going to lose the House come November.”

Earlier this week, Boebert issued a unique challenge to Ocasio-Cortez.

The Colorado Republican says ‘AOC’ should compete with her in a demolition derby.

In a new campaign ad, Boebert competes in a demolition derby in a pink car with 1776 spray-painted on the sides.

Boebert narrates: “They’re coming after everything we love, stripping our freedoms away with crime, crisis, fear. No matter what, stay strong.  No matter what, be brave.

“With freedom comes the opportunity to live our very best lives.  Getting there ain’t always pretty, but freedom always wins. Join me.” Boebert shared the video on Twitter where she issued her challenge to AOC.

“Fun time at the demolition derby. AOC won’t debate and won’t meet to work on legislative solutions,” Boebert noted on Twitter as she posted the campaign ad.

“Maybe she should meet me here instead. I hear she wants to get rid of her Tesla anyway,” she added, a reference to Ocasio-Cortez remarking recently that she may offload her Tesla as she feuded with the company’s founder and CEO, Elon Musk.


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