(Dmytro “Henry” Aleksandrov, Headline USA) Several social media posts revealed that a man with whom Rep. Lauren Boebert, R–Colo., went on a recent scandalous date owns a bar where a drag show was previously staged.
The Hooch Craft Cocktail Bar in Aspen, which is co-owned by Quinn Gallagher, staged “a winter Wonderland Burlesque & Drag Show” in January of this year, an invitation for the event revealed.
In addition to that, Aspen Gay Ski Week hosted “an evening of cocktails, appetizers and laughs” at Hooch in January of 2020, a now-hidden Facebook post revealed.
Boebert was recently caught on camera for behaving inappropriately with Gallagher, a Democrat, at a performance of “Beetlejuice” at the Buell Theater in Denver where the latter grabbed her breast while the former appeared to rub his crotch, according to the New York Post, adding that two have been reportedly been dating under the radar for months.
During her political career, Boebert — a person with a long history of arrests — presented herself as one of the most anti-LGBT members of Congress and a tough critic of children being groomed at drag queen shows.
“Take your children to CHURCH, not drag bars,” she wrote on Twitter in June 2022.
She also criticized the use of drag queens for military recruiting.
“Do our military leaders understand that China and Russia see this stuff and prepare accordingly? We need a non-woke military. Better yet, an anti-woke military,” Boebert said in May of this year.
She also painted a picture of herself as a Christian, despite the recent scandal and her divorcing her husband.
“I’m a Christian. So they may try to drive me to my knees, but that’s where I’m the strongest,” she wrote on Twitter in July 2020.
Even though Rep. Matt Gaetz, R-Fla., defended Boebert’s degenerate behavior, a lot of people criticized her.
“Affairs and disrespectful, juvenile behavior isn’t getting ‘attacked’ from the media and the Left. It’s very poor decision-making for women who are acting beneath the dignity of their office,” Jenna Ellis wrote in her response to Gaetz.
As predicted, leftists didn’t miss their chance to mock Boebert.
“And definitely don’t take [kids] to see Beetlejuice (especially when you are in the audience),” Democratic National Committee boss Jaime Harrison said.
Leftists also used their chance to use Boebert as an example to paint all conservatives as a bunch of hypocrites who don’t actually believe what they say. Among these leftists was “Star Trek” actor George Takei who also used Gov. Kristi Noem, R-S.D., to push the fresh talking point.
“I’ve had it with their hypocritical moralizing. They have no standing to judge or constrain ANYONE else’s private life,” he said.