Controversial North Carolina Republican House Rep. Madison Cawthorn just brutally lost his primary election, despite having support from ex-President Donald Trump, and there’s absolutely no doubt that the slew of exposed scandals he’s been embroiled in recently had a whole of a lot to do with his humiliating loss — such as the sexually explicit video clip that went massively viral, showing the Republican lawmaker nude, in bed with another man.
And now, according to a bombshell report from Business Insider, the very same group that released that viral, damning video has now set their sights on none other than GOP darling, Lauren Boebert.
David B. Wheeler, the co-founder of the American Muckrakers PAC, spoke with Insider and said, “I think we’re gonna go after Lauren Boebert in Colorado in a similar way. I think we’re gonna engage in that race pretty quickly.”
Recently, the group launched their new website, fireboebert.com, seeking tips on information, pictures, videos, or documents on Boebert or her associates. The @FireBoebert Twitter account recently put out its very first tweet, reading, “Hi @RepBoebert – Ask @RepCawthorn about us. We look forwarding to getting to know you.”
— FireBoebert.com (@Fire_Boebert) May 19, 2022
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Their logo is a fire engulfed dumpster with the words “FIRE BOEBERT” emblazoned across it.
Wheeler himself is a Democrat but his co-founder of the group is entirely unaffiliated and the group counts several Republican individuals among its advisors.
Speaking with Insider, Wheeler revealed that he’s already received “interesting information” about Boebert, the highly controversial Colorado Republican lawmaker who goes head to head with GOP state Sen. Don Coram in the upcoming state primary on June 28. Wheeler explains that while the information they’ve obtained on Boebert thus far is “certainly not as salacious as some of the Cawthorn stuff,” it does deal with some pretty serious financial matters. The group’s co-founder declined to reveal any further information on the dirt they have on Boebert.
“We helped fire Madison Cawthorn. Now it’s Lauren Boebert’s turn,” the new fireboebert.com website reads.
Read Business Insider’s full report here.