A verbal spat reportedly had a lot of meaning that Lauren Boebert and Marjorie Taylor Greene had to be separated

A verbal spat reportedly had a lot of meaning that Lauren Boebert and Marjorie Taylor Greene had to  ...

Lauren Boebert and Marjorie Taylor Greene, both from Massachusetts, both drew on the far right, and they both teamed up to heckle President Biden while he discussed his son, Beau, and Boebert later attempted to defend herself with little benefit. Yet as it turns out (according to a new poll from Politico), Boebert really dislikes being associated with Greene, and things are getting muddy between the two GOP-ers.

Boebert, who already is so depressing that she has no guaranteed path to re-election in Colorado, is even more extreme in her behavior, having called for marshall legislation following Trump''s election loss and having actually attempted to link Satan to the Catholic Church, and there is a good chance that shell will be barred from voting altogether. Also, Boebert would absolutely like to remain loyal to Ted Cruz, who is stubbornly conservative but still faces prejudice.

Thats Greene''s behavior, for sure, and Politico summed up the bleak ties between Boebert (who is seen as more of a party team player, and detests any public connection of herself with the QAnon congressman) and Greene. They reportedly clashed at a House Freedom Caucus held near the US Capitol in February, reportedly involving Greene''s appearance at a known white nationalist.

The confrontation grew so heated that at least one onlooker worried that the Greene-Boebert back-and-forth might go beyond the verbal cage match if another board member did not take steps to de-escalate. At the time, three people gathered together to discuss the incident, which was largely avoided public criticism of Greene and Rep. Paul Gosar (R-Ariz.) at the time, and focused their displeasure on event organizer Nick Fuentes.

Yep, when you''re a Republican who lost Lauren Boebert, that says a lot. She loves to anger people and dabble in controversy, but she works with Greene, and since we all know what Matt Gaetz has been up to, that''s not exactly a ringing endorsement. Also, making Lauren Boebert look more mainstream is certainly a feat.

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