Rep. Lauren Boebert, a Republican from Colorado, is launching a huge counterattack against a liberal political action committee for defamation of character after the organization made some rather extreme and bizarre claims about her, without providing any evidence of course, which quickly started spreading online.
As we all are well aware, the midterm elections are this year, and Democrats have never been more unpopular than they are right now, thanks to President Joe Biden and his administration completely screwing the pooch when it comes the economy, failing to secure the border, and essentially taking no action to fix any of the mess it has made from the first day the president took office.
Thus, in their desperation, liberals are deploying all the weapons they have at their disposal, including smear tactics, which is what all of these shenanigans against Rep. Boebert really is. The smell of desperation in the air should be savored by us all, as it indicates progressives recognize they’re drowning.
According to a report from The Hill, “The source of the claims is the American Muckrakers PAC, a group that was also behind the release of a number of salacious videos of Rep. Madison Cawthorn (R-N.C.) ahead of his May primary defeat.”
Now, to be fair, the videos of Cawthorn were confirmed to be authentic and real, however, the claims made by the PAC against Boebert aren’t. In fact, some of the details have already been refuted directly.
In other words, these people are scum.
“Muckrakers published these outlandish statements knowing they were fabricated but you likely operated under the inaccurate assumption that publishing false statements against a public figure would not create legal liability. This will be a costly miscalculation for Muckrakers, Wheeler and Muckrakers’ donors,” Jonathan Anderson, an attorney representing Boebert, stated in a Wednesday letter addressed to David Wheeler, the president and co-founder of the PAC. The letter was initially reported by Fox News and shared with The Hill.
Boebert then told the Washington Examiner that the allegations made against her were “completely false,” “sexist,” and “disgusting.” She’s right on all accounts. The kind of garbage these sickos came up with to slander Boebert demonstrates how depraved the liberal mind can actually be when it is applied to a desperate strategy of “win at all costs.”
“This is very damaging, and that is why I’m going after this guy personally and his group with the full force of the law,” Boebert stated. “I am not holding back, and I want to make sure that this never happens to anyone else again.”
Wheeler, you know, the pervert in charge of the PAC, is apparently standing by core parts of the claims, stating that he trusts his sources. However, he did acknowledge there were problems with the initial report. My, how big of him.
“Some of what we put out was sloppy,” Wheeler went on to tell The Hill, but then stated “that does not undermine the credibility or validity” of what his alleged “sources” have told him about the Colorado congresswoman.
A few of the most ludicrous claims Wheeler and the PAC made against Boebert is that she once worked as a paid escort to a wealthy man, had two abortions — one in 2004 or 2005, and one in 2009 — which is completely bonkers sounding, right?
The PAC stated that it obtained this info from a “verified source close to the matter,” and then went on to provide heavily redacted screenshots of text messages from an unknown source along with photos of Boebert. There was no other evidence provided to support the claims.
“Falsely claiming the Congresswoman worked as a prostitute is a disgusting and sexist statement that, as you know, has zero basis in fact,” the letter from the congresswoman’s attorney said.
Anderson then went on to address the timeline concerning the alleged abortions, stating they don’t make sense based on the births of her actual children.
“To be clear, Rep. Boebert was pregnant with her first son in 2004 and 2005 and he was born in 2005, she was pregnant with her third son in 2008 and 2009 and he was born in 2009, and she has never had an abortion,” Anderson clarified in the letter.
Yeah, me thinks the reference to the “verified source” from the PAC is simply code for “we made this all up.”
“Two of the photos included in the releases are cropped versions of photos posted on Explore Talent, a casting website with social media elements,” The Hill reported.
“Boebert appears to have had an Explore Talent profile, which has since been taken down but is accessible in Wayback Machine archives. The full, uncropped photos have Explore Talent watermarks, and have been previously reproduced elsewhere online,” the report continued.
A third photo that was included by the PAC in its release turned out not to Boebert at all, but is a picture of Mellissa Carone, a woman that was brought to testify at a 2020 election fraud hearing in Michigan by Rudy Giuliani.
This group is simply out for blood; however, they picked the wrong target. Boebert is fighting back. They won’t get away with these shenanigans.
This story syndicated with permission from michael, Author at Trending Politics
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