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Now That Subpoenas Are Flying, Lauren Boebert Is Denying Everything

Now That Subpoenas Are Flying, Lauren Boebert Is Denying Everything

On January 5th, Lauren Boebert declared that the next 48 hours would be marked in American History. She was right. Now, however, she’s denying any connection to the planning and execution of what happened the next day.

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Here’s Lauren Boebert on January 5th, 2021.

When someone responded, pleading with her to “resist” and prevent what would happen “if [Democrats] get control,” Boebert promised she was doing so.

Rolling Stone has since reported that some of the January 6th organizers, who are now cooperating with investigators, are admitting to multiple meetings with members of Congress and their staffs. They say they met with …Boebert’s team, Cawthorn’s team, Gosar’s team like back to back to back to back…”

Though this doesn’t make it clear whether the contact was directly with Boebert or with people representing her, Rolling Stone says there is also documentary evidence of the organizers being in direct communication with Boebert, as well as Paul Gosar, on the day of the attack. She was also listed as a speaker for one of the events that day, though ultimately she did not appear.

Now, though, subpoenas are being issued to people connected to the planning of that day, and one of the recipients, Steve Bannon, has already been referred to the Justice Department for legal action for defying that subpoena.

As the investigation heats up, Boebert is denying everything. In a statement tweeted Monday night, she attacks the Rolling Stone article, calling it “false,” and saying that she had nothing to do with the planning or organization of the attack.

She also addresses the reconnaissance tours she’s been accused of giving, declaring that the people she walked through the Capitol Building in the days leading up to the attack were not insurrection planners, but her family.

She didn’t address her decision to publicly share information about the location of House Speaker Nancy Pelosi on her Twitter account, though, as Trump supporters invaded the building, broke windows, and sought her (along with a handful of others) as a target.

She also didn’t go so far as to deny supporting the attack, or to clarify what she was promising would make history in those 48 hours, if not the (failed) attempt to overturn the outcome of the 2020 election.

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