September 13, 2022Brian Stelter is the former chief media correspondent for CNN. He recently took up a new position at Harvard University.Related: Bad news for Lauren Boebert and her husbandBoebert’s apparent criticism of higher education chimes with others on the MAGA end of the Republican Party.
Rep. Madison Cawthorn and Donald Trump Jr. are among those to warn young Republican activists that spending tens of thousands on certain college degrees might be a waste of time.Boebert’s tweet prompted a huge response.
No one was knocking her having a GED. It was more about her general lack of qualification to be in Congress, and her frequent displays of ignorance.Just last weekend, addressing a church congregation, she read a passage from the Bible that mentioned “wanton killing.” She admitted she didn’t know what “wanton” (which she pronounced “wonton”) meant: “I’m going to have to look that one up, but it sounds interesting.”Preaching from a Bible verse, Lauren Boebert got stumped by the meaning of “wanton killing” and pronounced “wanton” like wonton, the Chinese dumpling:“I don’t know what a [wonton] killing is.
I’m going to have to look that one up, but it sounds interesting.” #WontonKilling pic.twitter.com/xwXxSIMbjO— PatriotTakes (@patriottakes) September 13, 2022Last week, during an interview, she appeared not to know the meaning of the 19th Amendment to the constitution.