But he also introduced a major error in his press material.
“IMEACH BIDEN,” shouted an image on her website.
Clicking on the link in the press release made it worse.
Boebert – who was one of 147 Republican lawmakers The one who voted to overturn the January 6 presidential election and spread the same lies about voter fraud that fueled the Capitol riot hours earlier – said in his press material that it was time to impeach Biden because of US troops from Afghanistan. No one has resigned since the withdrawal of the Taliban, leaving behind some military equipment after the Taliban came to power.
(there has been no count of how many devices Remained after American troops left.)
“There is no resignation, no indictment, no investigation, no Congress surveillance, no outrage from the mainstream media and no apology,” his statement said. Impeachment for aiding and comforting America’s enemies and colluding with the Taliban.
Boebert’s office issued a corrected press release minutes after asking for comment about Congressmen’s concerns with the letter P.
But the damage was already done.
Comedy series South Park writer Toby Morton apparently bought the website imeachbiden.com, which directs visitors to a parody website that highlights Boubert’s belief in far-right conspiracy theories.
Boebert’s spokesman, Jake Settle, said the most important thing people are talking about is the articles of impeachment in Congress – which, to be clear, are purely politically driven and will go nowhere.
“Rep. Boebert is pleased to see that a staff error is forcing Biden to talk about impeachment,” he said.
Settle didn’t explain how a giant Teo, so romantically depicted on the web era of congressmen, made his way into a graphic.