‘Uncomfortable’: Newspaper Condemns Lauren Boebert’s Q&A At High School


Colorado newspaper The Durango Herald has referred to as out far-right Rep. Lauren Boebert’s (R-Colo.) latest controversial go to to a highschool.

Boebert’s speech and Q&A session with college students at Dolores High School in Dolores on Wednesday made the media outlet “uncomfortable” as a result of “her talk ventured beyond governance into political territory,” its board wrote in an editorial Friday.

“Like her or otherwise, Boebert is a polarizing politician,” the Herald stated about Boebert, a Donald Trump-devotee who prior to now has embraced QAnon conspiracy theories. Ahead of the occasion, representatives for gun-loving Boebert had been compelled amid fears from mother and father to substantiate she wouldn’t be carrying a weapon in the course of the go to.

Per the newspaper, Boebert talked about “moral decay” and railed in opposition to college students’ liberties that had been “infringed on during the pandemic.”

“Apparently, she also told students they should know about those issues and let it motivate them to stand up for their freedom,” the board added. “Come on! This is Boebert’s brand on stage in front of students without parents present.”

The Herald instructed Boebert might have impressed college students with “her personal journey from a manager at McDonald’s to a representative in the hallowed halls of Congress.”

Instead, she “didn’t separate herself and her politics from the mechanics of government,” it charged.

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