Boebert Gets Smeared with Extreme Allegations That Lack Any Proof

Colorado Representative Lauren Boebert is no stranger to controversial and savage attacks from the left, but the recent smear campaign she’s embroiled in tops it all.

A series of intense claims began circulating on social media, which started with the American Muckrakers Pac, a Democrat-run political action committee.

The group told the public that the Republican representative was once an escort and had two abortions. However, they offered no evidence to support the outlandish stories.

The PAC said Boebert worked as “an unlicensed, paid escort and met clients through SugarDaddyMeet.com.” But, when it came to her political career, they claimed she was introduced to Texas Sen. Ted Cruz through a member of the corrupt Koch family and subsequently launched her political aspirations.

Boebert, the mother of four sons, is outspokenly pro-life, so the abortion rumors caught people off-guard. The PAC said that the congresswoman got one abortion at the age of 18 around 2005 and another again in 2009.

Instead of providing actual evidence, the PAC, also called “Fire Boebert,” released the report based on “an exhaustive investigation and a tip from a verified source close to this matter who has requested anonymity for fear of reprisals.”

Boebert did not hold back and called the claims utterly “false and disgusting accusations.”

She told Fox News:
“Partisan organizations putting out blatantly false and disgusting accusations won’t stop me from advancing freedom and conservative values. This group’s vile conduct demonstrates why people are fed up with politics. I am not going to stand by and pretend this is normal behavior.

This political committee, funded by far-left Democrat donors and run by two left-wing political operatives, published pages of false statements knowing they were completely fabricated. The law on this type of defamation is clear and this conduct will be subject to civil and criminal penalties. Attached is a letter from my attorney introducing our response to these lies.”

Her attorney John Anderson said the defamatory statements are entirely false. He also said they have “irrefutable evidence” to dispel every single one of PAC’s statements. Anderson noted that Muckraker’s claims would cost them dearly and they feel confident in winning any lawsuit they may bring. Filing false reports are considered criminal conduct in Colorado where the representative is serving.

Boebert has been hated by the left for her strong support of the constitution and Christian values. Her attackers seem to only be gaining speed with the November elections on the horizon.