Rep. Lauren Boebert (R-CO) could be looking for a new job soon.
The firebrand Republican is running out of time and votes.
With about 98 percent of the vote counted, Boebert and her opponent are only separated by a few votes.
Win or lose, this should be a wake-up call for Boebert.
In my humble opinion, she was more worried about headlines than in doing her job.
And I say this liking Boebert, but also being realistic that she needed to concentrate more on Congress and less on social media posts and making the evening news.
Boebert was also among the GOP leaders for using proxy voting that was put in place by Pelosi.
Her challenger, Adam Frisch, while running as a Democrat, has pitched himself as a conservative businessman to attract some of Boebert’s voting base that were growing tired of her shenanigans.
If she does manage to come out on top, and we do need her seat, I would hope that she is humbled and works a bit harder at her actual job of representing the people of her district as she does on social media.
Source: New York Post