Rep. Lauren Boebert (R-Colo.) Was heavily criticized after she complained about protesters that Following Senator Kyrsten Sinema (D-Ariz.) In a bathroom and protested her actions that have practically stopped key legislation to codify the Democrats’ social and economic agenda.
“The left is so unhinged that they chased one of their own senators into a bathroom while insulting her because she will not vote for $ 5 billion in spending, ”Boebert wrote on Twitter.
“This is not your grandfather’s Democratic Party, ”he added.
The left is so unhinged that they chased one of their own senators into a bathroom while insulting her because she won’t vote for $ 5 billion in spending.
This is not your grandfather’s Democratic Party.
– Lauren Boebert (@laurenboebert) October 4, 2021
Sinema has refused to meet with voters even as he continues to face criticism for his opposition to the abolition of obstructionism and his scruples with a $ 3.5 trillion infrastructure bill, not $ 5 trillion, as Boebert claims, the Democrats they aim to pass this fall.
Boebert’s critics were quick to point this out and corrected her.
Well, if you were to answer people’s questions, maybe answer an email, delete your voicemail because it’s full, they wouldn’t have to resort to this.
– MarieAnn (@ thequeen54) October 4, 2021
Doing a bit of grandstanding there, Qbert? The amount is $ 3.5 trillion, and if implemented as designed, it will pay for itself. I read most of the plan, right?
– vacekra (@vacekra) October 4, 2021
5 billion now? Do they raise it to be able to go back to 3.5?
– Salty Dog (@ brinedog7193) October 4, 2021
She was not chased into the bathroom by a mob who was hurling insults at her. She went to the bathroom and was followed by some disgruntled voters who expressed their views.
– Jenny Bristol (@ JennyBristol2) October 4, 2021
Do not “hurl insults.” Your constituents ask why you are not doing what you promised you would do, what you campaigned on.
– kathleen flatley (@ bosox810) October 4, 2021
According to a OH Predictive Insights Survey, held Sept. 7-12, nearly a third, or 30%, of Arizona Democrats view Sinema unfavorably. 56% have favorable opinions about the senator.
Dislike for Synema seems to cross party lines: 48% of Arizona Republicans view Sinema unfavorably compared to 40% who view her favorably.
Alan is a writer, editor, and news junkie based in New York.