The Denver Post’s Justin Wingerter first reported in July that tax liens totaling about $20,000 have been filed against congressional candidate Lauren Boebert’s restaurant, Shooters Grill, in the past four years–and that the “Boebert campaign said it is unaware of any past-due taxes or outstanding liens” against her diner.
Colorado Republican congressional candidate Lauren Boebert, already labeled a QAnon supporter by national press, is appearing at a private fundraiser this evening hosted by a GOP donor who gained national notoriety of his own in 2014 when he raised doubts about whether the Sandy Hook school massacre actually took place.
WASHINGTON— Lauren Boebert, a gun-rights advocate and arduous supporter of President Donald Trump, first decided to run for Congress in response to her own misunderstanding of how congressional committees work.
VAIL — Democrats stumping on the Western Slope last week took aim at Republicans Lauren Boebert and five-term U.S. Rep. Scott Tipton for their ongoing opposition to the Colorado Outdoor Recreation & Economy (CORE) Act that would protect 400,000 acres of public lands.
Colorado congressional candidate Lauren Boebert has apparently deleted a YouTube account where she had subscribed to receive videos from multiple QAnon channels.
The far-right Gun Owners of America (GOA) group is endorsing Lauren Boebert for Colorado’s 3rd congressional district at an in-person event in Pueblo this Saturday. GOA is a fringe pro-gun group that, like Dudley Brown’s National Association for Gun Rights, has sent fundraising emails asking for money to defend Kenosha shooter Kyle Rittenhouse.
With just over two months until Election Day, conservative congressional candidate Lauren Boebert – a Republican favored by some to win Colorado’s largely rural 3rd District – doesn’t have much of a plan to address some of the nation’s highest health care and insurance costs.
Boebert Still Embraces ‘Deep State’ Conspiracy that Gov’t Workers ‘Appear To Be Actively Undermining’ Trump
After once saying she hopes QAnon is “real,” Colorado congressional candidate Lauren Boebert now says she doesn’t “follow QAnon,” but she goes on to say, in multiple interviews, that government workers, whom she refers to as the “deep state,” appear to be “actively undermining President Trump.“
At about midnight four years ago, restauranteur Lauren Boebert, in her words, “turned too sharp,” and rolled her truck into a ditch near her home in Rifle, Colorado.
A spokeswoman for Republican congressional candidate Lauren Boebert on Tuesday tried to definitively stomp out the embers of the QAnon conspiracy fire that’s been singing the Rifle restauranteur’s campaign for months, even as a new brush fire cropped up concerning the Greek citizenship of beloved Hollywood star Tom Hanks.