(Slay News) – Republican Rep. Lauren Boebert (R-CO) has challenged radical Democrat Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez (D-NY) to a demolition derby.
Boebert shreds AOC in her new campaign ad.
In the ad, Boebert competes in a demolition derby in a pink car with 1776 spray-painted on the sides.
Boebert narrates over the scene: “They’re coming after everything we love, stripping our freedoms away with crime, crisis, fear.
“No matter what, stay strong.
“No matter what, be brave.
“With freedom comes the opportunity to live our very best lives.
“Getting there ain’t always pretty, but freedom always wins.
Boebert shared the video on Twitter where she issued her challenge to AOC:
“Fun time at the demolition derby.
“AOC won’t debate and won’t meet to work on legislative solutions.
“Maybe she should meet me here instead.
“I hear she wants to get rid of her Tesla anyway…”
Fun time at the demolition derby.
AOC won’t debate and won’t meet to work on legislative solutions.
Maybe she should meet me here instead.
I hear she wants to get rid of her Tesla anyway… pic.twitter.com/qzuY1NqozZ
— Lauren Boebert (@laurenboebert) June 1, 2022
I had a great time in Wyoming last night spreading the message of what we can achieve when we fight for freedom!
Thanks for having me, President Trump! pic.twitter.com/HNaZ0YhL3U
— Lauren Boebert (@laurenboebert) May 29, 2022
It’s not just Boebert who is gunning for AOC, however.
Top Democrats are growing increasingly frustrated with the socialist Congresswoman pushing the party further left.
From The New York Post earlier:
White House adviser Cedric Richmond confirmed Tuesday that he will depart President Biden’s staff for a position at the Democratic National Committee — shortly after reporting that he called left-wing Reps. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez and Rashida Tlaib “f—ing idiots.”
Richmond, 48, will serve in a vague DNC role boosting the party’s efforts to avoid a wipeout in the midterm elections in November.
He and the White House described the transition as a promotion.
Richmond, director of the White House Office of Public Liaison, was one of the few relatively fresh faces among Biden’s senior West Wing staff, which is dominated by longtime associates of the 79-year-old president.
He reportedly struggled to be included.
It’s unclear if Richmond’s criticism of Ocasio-Cortez (D-NY) and Tlaib (D-Mich.) had anything to do with the timing of his exit.