Lauren Boebert Torn To Shreds By Local Reporter On Live TV


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GOP princess Lauren Boebert (who recently had the absolute gall to compare her work in Congress to that of military service members while literally speaking to a room full of veterans) was ripped to absolute shreds by a local broadcaster in her state of Colorado during a live on-air editorial that burnt the Republican Rep. to the ground.

KUSA-TV anchor, Kyle Clark, first took aim at his fellow journalists for refusing to hold Boebert to the same high standards they hold other elected officials in their state to.

We hold Congresswoman Boebert to a far lower standard,” Clark fired off. “If we held her to the same standard as every other elected Republican or Democrat in Colorado, we would be here near-nightly chronicling the cruel, false, and bigoted things that Boebert says for attention and fundraising.”


“This is not about politics, assuming politics is still about things like taxes, national security, health care, jobs, and public lands,” the local broadcaster continued on live air. “This is about us, as journalists, recognizing that we’ll hold the politicians accountable if they say something vile once, but we won’t do it if they do it every day.”

“Our double standard is unfair to all the elected officials in Colorado, Republicans and Democrats, who display human decency,” Clark concluded, dealing the final death blow to Boebert and those who support her.

Frankly, not only is Clark absolutely correct when it comes to Boebert, the same rings true for numerous other GOP congress members who simply are not held to the same standards as, say, their Democratic counterparts. Take Paul Gosar for example — had a Democrat done what he recently did, they’d be on the streets outside Capitol Hill. But yet Republicans seem to always think the rules don’t apply to them.

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