exclusive – Liberty Caucus Representative Lauren Boibert is expected to send a stinging shot across the bow of the House Republican leadership in her speech Saturday at the CPAC, calling for a potential GOP majority to enact several aggressively conservative priorities.
“My fellow Freedom Caucus veterans and I are ready for battle,” plans Boebert, R-Colo. , to say in a speech Saturday at the Conservative Political Action Conference in Dallas, according to a transcript obtained by Fox News.
The statements suggest they may withhold support for Republicans seeking election to the House of Representatives if Republicans win a majority, including current minority leader Rep. Kevin McCarthy, a California Republican, who plans to run for House speaker.
“I wish I could tell you that I fully trust the leadership of the Republican Party in both the House and Senate to stop deep state funding and hold the Biden regime to account,” she said predictably. “But I don’t. I’ve been disappointed many times.
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“And any member of Congress, from juniors to leaders, who will not fight with me to end medical tyranny, secure the Southern Border and impeach Anthony Fauci, will not have my support. Not in reelection and certainly not for speaker,” Poubert’s speech continues.
“Freedom Caucus fired John Boehner, fired Paul Ryan, and we will not tolerate another GOP speaker who works with Democrats more than Republicans.
“House Republicans must stop funding tyranny. I won’t vote to fund a government that enforces a COVID vaccine while allowing our country to invade millions of unvaccinated aliens. End vax mandate for hospital workers and our service members, build a wall or I vote to shut down Biden bureaucrats.”
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“Any bill that funds tyranny while our country is being invaded, my allies in the Freedom Bloc refuse, and I’m not the hell,” Boubert added.
The attack comes at a time when Republicans are widely expected to gain a majority in the House of Representatives in the midterm elections.
It will help Republicans who seek to block the liberal policies proposed by President Biden and investigate his administration with the power to subpoena the committee. But it may also highlight divisions within the party when GOP leaders are forced to work with Biden and a potential Democratic majority in the Senate on bills that need to be passed to fund the government, raise the debt limit and more.
Republican hooligans, such as Boebert and her fellow Freedom Caucus members, often aim to use their influence on these bills to implement what they say are major conservative policies. Senior Republicans, such as former House Speaker John Boehner, of Ohio, often see the caucus as a thorn in their side.
“What Nancy Pelosi and other sane Democrats — those who have been around long enough to see how things work — are dealing with from the AOC and her team reminds me a lot of what I’ve had to deal with during my days as a spokesperson for the right-wing extremists from the Tea Party or the Freedom Caucus or whatever they call themselves , ”Benner wrote in his book, “At Home.”
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In addition to Boebert, Kimberly Guilfoyle and former President Donald Trump are scheduled to speak at the CPAC, among many other GOP leaders.
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