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Lauren Boebert just invented a new army ranking in failed attempt to ‘own the libs’

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After blasting Vice President Kamala Harris for knowing “so little about everything” this week, Colorado Rep. Lauren Boebert is proving just how much she knows herself.Spoiler alert: Not much.In a video uploaded Tuesday to her Twitter page, Boebert defends her outbursts during Joe Biden‘s State of the Union address last week.During the speech, Boebert twice heckled the president.

Alongside Georgia Rep. Marjorie Taylor Greene, she tried to start a chant of ‘Build the wall!’ – which was roundly ignored by everyone else.Then, when Biden talked about the cancer risk posed to military personnel by toxic fumes from burn pits, Boebert again yelled out.Related: Lauren Boebert’s gay rival just put out a shocking campaign ad… and wow!After Biden said, “A cancer that would put them in a flag-draped coffin, I know —” Boebert yelled, “You put them in, 13 of them!”Boebert was referencing the 13 US military personnel who died during the evacuation of Kabul.Biden went on to finish his sentence, which was a reference to his own son. “One of those soldiers was my son, Major Beau Biden.”Boebert’s outburst prompted gasps from lawmakers on both sides of the political spectrum, audible ‘whoah’s from some Democrats and some booing.“I thought the heroic members of our military deserved to be recognized,” she says in the video, now circulating on social media.After I spoke up for our 13 fallen military heroes at the State of the Union address a few of their parents reached out to thank me for recognizing them.One of the parents encouraged me to share her message.

Here it is. pic.twitter.com/Eu0IKn2FG0— Lauren Boebert (@laurenboebert) March 15, 2022“Two things happened after, but only one was really reported,” she continued. “Nancy Pelosi.

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