OAN News Anchor Says ‘Me Too’ To Lauren Boebert’s ‘Beetlejuice’ Booting Excuse | EUROtoday

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Rep. Lauren Boebert (R-Colo.) on Sunday blamed her “overtly animated personality” for the disruptive habits that noticed her booted from a efficiency of the “Beetlejuice” musical.

“I was a little too eccentric. I am very known for having a animated personality. Maybe overtly animated personality,” the far-right congresswoman instructed One American News Network’s Dan Ball.

“Me too,” responded Ball, who then appeared to wink on the far-right lawmaker.

“I was laughing, I was singing, having a fantastic time, was told to kind of settle it down a bit, which I did,” Boebert recalled, claiming she was solely instructed off when she started taking pictures contained in the auditorium.

“I’ve done it too. I’ve snuck ’em. Shhhh,” replied Ball, who later recommended Boebert was focused by liberal members of the viewers.

Earlier in Boebert’s interview with Ball, she tried to spin final weekend’s removing of her and her date from Denver’s Buell Theatre as a nothing-burger, suggesting it was a distraction from House Speaker Kevin McCarthy’s (R-Calif.) launching of an impeachment inquiry into President Joe Biden and the opportunity of a authorities shutdown.

It was a stark change in tone to the contrite apology she issued after surveillance video confirmed she’d lied about not vaping on the present, and highlighted the true extent of her conduct.

“I genuinely did not recall vaping that evening when I discussed the night’s events with my campaign manager,” she mentioned on the time. “We do understand the nature of how this looks.”