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Colorado Rep. Lauren Boebert  

Johnny53s 34M
925 posts
12/24/2021 2:52 pm
Colorado Rep. Lauren Boebert

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Photo: Lauren Boebert booked in 20 after she failed to show up for court.

Rep. Lauren Boebert, the gun-toting freshman Republican Colorado congresswoman who ran on a law-and-order platform, has had several dust-ups with police, starting as a .

The 34-year-old lawmaker, who beat her district’s very conservative Rep. Scott Tipton in a primary upset last June, has a sheet unusually long for a member of Congress.

And her track record of thumbing her nose at the law continued this week after she tussled with Capitol Police officers over her refusal to walk through newly installed House metal detectors.

“I am legally permitted to carry my firearm in Washington, DC, and within the Capitol complex,” she tweeted in defiance while calling the detectors “another political stunt by Speaker Pelos”

While the lawmaker eventually allowed to enter the House chambers, she is facing growing questions about her possible role in assisting the deadly Jan. 6 riot on Capitol Hill. Just hours before the violence, she tweeted, “today is 76.” In the days leading up to the unrest, Boebert made a spectacle of her intention to remain armed in the Capitol, earning another rebuke from local law enforcement.

Rep. Lauren Boebert has a sheet unusually long for a member of Congress.

Back in June 20, Boebert cuffed for disorderly conduct at a country music festival near Grand Junction, Colo., after police said she attempted to interfere in the arrest of minors busted for drinking and encouraged the accused to run off. Boebert said the revelers had not been read their Miranda rights and that the arrest illegal.

Rep. Lauren Boebert and her husband, Jayson, have had several dust-ups with the police.

“Lauren continued yelling and causing the drinkers to become unruly,” an arresting officer said in a statement at the time. “Lauren said multiple times that she had friends at Fox News and that the illegal arrest would be national news.” At the time, Boebert running Shooters Grill in Rifle, Colo. The story first reported by Colorado Newsline.

Boebert subsequently missed two court appearances and arrested again in December 20. The dismissed.

A year later, in September 20, Boebert charged with careless driving and operating an unsafe vehicle after rolling her truck into a ditch, police said. When she failed to show up for court a month later, a warrant issued for her arrest. She booked on Feb. , 20. She ultimately pleaded guilty to the unsafe vehicle and $3.50 in fines and court costs. The careless driving dismissed. The incident first reported by the Colorado Times Recorder.

“It’s certainly of concern that on a couple of occasions she apparently failed to appear for court,” Tom Silverman, a Democrat and former president of the Colorado Municipal Judges Association, told The Post. “I disappointed when she elected.”

Colin Wilhelm, a Colorado defense attorney and Democrat who plans to challenge Boebert in 2022, agreed: “It’s concerning when you claim to be a member of ‘back the blue’ and yet are so anti-authority when they are trying to do their job.”

In September 20, Boebert arrested after a neighbor, Michele Soet, accused Boebert’s two pit bulls of attacking Soet’s dog. Soet’s narrowly escaped injury after jumping into a van. The future legislator pleaded guilty to a single count of “at large,” paying a $75 fine.

Lauren Boebert booked in 20 after she failed to show up for court.

Boebert’s future husband, Jayson, also had brushes with law enforcement. In January 2004, he arrested after allegedly exposing his penis to two women at a bowling alley, according to an arrest affidavit. Lauren Boebert (then age and known as Lauren Opal Roberts) also there. Jayson Boebert pleaded guilty to public indecency and lewd exposure, earning himself four days in jail and two years’ probation.

In February 2004, he booked on a domestic violence , against Lauren Boebert. He “did unlawfully strike, shove or … and subjected her to physical contact,” a spokesman for the Garfield associate county court clerk told The Post. They had been dating at the time.

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Rep. Boebert clashes with police after setting off the metal detector in the Capitol building

Jayson Boebert ultimately served seven days in jail. The busts were first unearthed by Colorado blogger Anne Landman.

Lauren Boebert took her revenge in May 2004 during an altercation with Jayson at his home in which she scratched his face and chest and trashed his residence, according to a police report. She slapped with third-degree assault, criminal mischief, and drinking charges. A rep for the Garfield County Combined Court said they could not reveal any information about the case’s final disposition.

The Boeberts married in 2005, and have four .

Jayson Boebert did not respond to a request for comment from The Post. In a statement, Rep. Boebert’s chief of staff, Jeff , called the arrests “a retread of a failed personal attack by the Democrats from the last campaign.”

“Attacking her family, trying to criminalize a $0 traffic fine or a dismissed case, and vilifying ordinary business transactions is exactly what people hate about politics,” he said.
Source: New York Post


Johnny53s 34M
460 posts
12/25/2021 7:44 am

Let's go Don Jr!


ltrskr 74M  
5151 posts
12/24/2021 10:46 pm

FJB!


scott0250 55M
511 posts
12/24/2021 9:30 pm

It is amazing how the Republicans can do or say anything they want and get away with it. Do you think that a Democrat would get away with all the crap the Republicans are spewing, doing and getting away with? That is a definitely a HELL NO, the Republicans would be up in arms. And they literally did that on 1/6. Also, I am amazed how they are doing absolutely nothing for this country right now but blaming everything on Biden and the Democrats.


hot4menn 61M

12/24/2021 7:44 pm

69bignthick, Attentive14, Luv2bottom, You ALL couldn't have said it BETTER!!
MERRY CHRISTMAS and A GREAT NEW YEAR TO COME!!! THE GREAT AWAKENING IS HERE!!!!


Johnny53s 34M
460 posts
12/24/2021 5:31 pm

    Quoting Luv2bottom4u2:
    Sounds like your jealous that she isn't one of your leftists Anti American, Anti Law, Gimme you owe me because i am too lazy to get it on my own fellow Demo-Scat !
I'm rubber you're glue whatever you say bounces off of me and sticks to you! Just thought I'd speak to you at your own level. Since it's so difficult to communicate with the simple-minded.


69bignthick 63M
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12/24/2021 5:13 pm

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Attentive14Funx 49M
42 posts
12/24/2021 4:32 pm

Lets go Brandon!


Luv2bottom4u2 65M  
1875 posts
12/24/2021 3:53 pm

Sounds like your jealous that she isn't one of your leftists Anti American, Anti Law, Gimme you owe me because i am too lazy to get it on my own fellow Demo-Scat !


Johnny53s 34M
460 posts
12/24/2021 3:02 pm

Rep. Lauren Boebert, the gun-toting freshman Republican Colorado congresswoman who ran on a law-and-order platform, has had several dust-ups with police, starting as a teenager.

The 34-year-old lawmaker, who beat her district’s very conservative Rep. Scott Tipton in a primary upset last June, has a sheet unusually long for a member of Congress.

And her track record of thumbing her nose at the law continued this week after she tussled with Capitol Police officers over her refusal to walk through newly installed House metal detectors.

“I am legally permitted to carry my firearm in Washington, DC, and within the Capitol complex,” she tweeted in defiance while calling the detectors “another political stunt by Speaker Pelosi.”

While the lawmaker was eventually allowed to enter the House chambers, she is facing growing questions about her possible role in assisting the deadly Jan. 6 riot on Capitol Hill. Just hours before the violence, she tweeted, “today is 1776.” In the days leading up to the unrest, Boebert made a spectacle of her intention to remain armed in the Capitol, earning another rebuke from local law enforcement.

Rep. Lauren Boebert has a sheet unusually long for a member of Congress.

Back in June 2015, Boebert was cuffed for disorderly conduct at a country music festival near Grand Junction, Colo., after police said she attempted to interfere in the arrest of minors busted for underage drinking and encouraged the accused to run off. Boebert said the revelers had not been read their Miranda rights and that the arrest was illegal.

Rep. Lauren Boebert and her husband, Jayson, have had several dust-ups with the police.

“Lauren continued yelling and causing the underage drinkers to become unruly,” an arresting officer said in a statement at the time. “Lauren said multiple times that she had friends at Fox News and that the illegal arrest would be national news.” At the time, Boebert was running Shooters Grill in Rifle, Colo. The story was first reported by Colorado Newsline.

Boebert subsequently missed two court appearances and was arrested again in December 2015. The charge was dismissed.

A year later, in September 2016, Boebert was charged with careless driving and operating an unsafe vehicle after rolling her truck into a ditch, police said. When she failed to show up for court a month later, a warrant was issued for her arrest. She was booked on Feb. 13, 2017. She ultimately pleaded guilty to the unsafe vehicle charge and paid $123.50 in fines and court costs. The careless driving charge was dismissed. The incident was first reported by the Colorado Times Recorder.

“It’s certainly of concern that on a couple of occasions she apparently failed to appear for court,” Tom Silverman, a Democrat and former president of the Colorado Municipal Judges Association, told The Post. “I was disappointed when she was elected.”

Colin Wilhelm, a Colorado defense attorney and Democrat who plans to challenge Boebert in 2022, agreed: “It’s concerning when you claim to be a member of ‘back the blue’ and yet are so anti-authority when they are trying to do their job.”

In September 2010, Boebert was arrested after a neighbor, Michele Soet, accused Boebert’s two pit bulls of attacking Soet’s dog. Soet’s dog narrowly escaped injury after jumping into a van. The future legislator pleaded guilty to a single count of “dog at large,” paying a $75 fine.

Lauren Boebert was booked in 2017 after she failed to show up for court.

Boebert’s future husband, Jayson, also had brushes with law enforcement. In January 2004, he was arrested after allegedly exposing his penis to two women at a bowling alley, according to an arrest affidavit. Lauren Boebert (then age 17 and known as Lauren Opal Roberts) was also there. Jayson Boebert pleaded guilty to public indecency and lewd exposure, earning himself four days in jail and two years’ probation.

In February 2004, he was booked on a domestic violence charge, against Lauren Boebert. He “did unlawfully strike, shove or kick … and subjected her to physical contact,” a spokesman for the Garfield associate county court clerk told The Post. They had been dating at the time.

see also

Rep. Boebert clashes with police after setting off the metal detector in the Capitol building

Jayson Boebert ultimately served seven days in jail. The busts were first unearthed by Colorado blogger Anne Landman.

Lauren Boebert took her revenge in May 2004 during an altercation with Jayson at his home in which she scratched his face and chest and trashed his residence, according to a police report. She was slapped with third-degree assault, criminal mischief, and underage drinking charges. A rep for the Garfield County Combined Court said they could not reveal any information about the case’s final disposition.

The Boeberts married in 2005, and have four children.

Jayson Boebert did not respond to a request for comment from The Post. In a statement, Rep. Boebert’s chief of staff, Jeff Small, called the arrests “a retread of a failed personal attack by the Democrats from the last campaign.”

“Attacking her family, trying to criminalize a $100 traffic fine or a dismissed case, and vilifying ordinary business transactions is exactly what people hate about politics,” he said.


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