Things Aren’t Looking Good For Scandal-Ridden Lauren Boebert In Her New District After Pictures Showed Pathetically Slim Crowd At Event

There's humiliating... And then there's this.

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It seems Lauren Boebert’s humiliation just won’t quit, after new photos spread like wildfire across social media, indicating that she’s not standing much of a prayer in her new Colorado district, as the crowd at a recent event she attended was rather… sparse.

Lauren, a highly controversial Right-wing Republican House Rep. from Colorado has been no stranger to scandal lately, ranging from personal to political, resulting in her making the decision to make a drastic district switch in her home state, in hopes of finding an even more Conservative crowd that could look past things like her nasty divorce, her teen son’s out-of-wedlock baby and subsequent crime spree, and the whole feeling up a random dude in a theater thing.

However, it doesn’t appear as though that switch isn’t actually doing her much good.

Apparently, Boebert recently attended a Republican Central Committee assembly in Adams County in Brighton, Colorado, and even took to X (formerly known as Twitter) to mark her attendance, writing, “Great to be with you today, Adams County GOP!”

But social media users found that they couldn’t pay attention to much else, other than the empty seats caught in her snapshot:

It’s unclear what Boebert spoke about at the event, though Newsweek notes “The event was aimed at voting on Adams County candidate primaries and address bylaw and resolution proposals, according to the Adams County Republican Party website.”

When it came to people across social media, they had a whole lot more to say about the attendance of the event, than the content it may have featured:

Maybe forego the photos next time, Lauren. You’re sticking your own foot in it at this point.

Featured image via Wikimedia Commons/Gage Skidmore, under the Creative Commons Attribution-Share Alike 2.0 Generic license

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