GOP Rep. Lauren Boebert Tweeted About April Fools' Day But The Joke Was On Her

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Lee Moran
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Rep. Lauren Boebert (R-Colo.) tried to take a swipe at President Joe Biden with a tweet about April Fools’ Day, but the joke ended up being on her.

Boebert, a QAnon conspiracy theory-endorsing Donald Trump sycophant, wrote on Twitter that the annual tradition of pulling practical jokes on the first day of April “feels a bit less relevant this year given the foolishness that has gone on daily at 1600 Pennsylvania Avenue since January 20th.”

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Wags on Twitter slammed Boebert and reminded her of the foolishness that defined the Trump White House:

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