Lauren Boebert rival teases her with advert filmed in theater she was thrown out of throughout Beetlejuice | EUROtoday

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Colorado Republican Rep Lauren Boebert’s Democratic rival posted a hilarious new advert talking from the lawmaker’s seat throughout her scandalous Beetlejuice outing final fall.

Democratic Congressional hopeful John Padora sat in a maroon movie show chair, saying in his new advert: “I’m sitting in the very same seat Lauren Boebert got kicked out of. The same way she got kicked out of Colorado’s 3rd Congressional district.”

Boebert was booted from a Denver theater in September throughout a manufacturing of the musical Beetlejuice final September after vaping, singing, taking flash pictures, and groping her date at the hours of darkness venue.

“Now she’s picked up her bags and fled to eastern Colorado to run in the 4th Congressional district. That’s a race I’ve been running since May of 2023,” Padora continued. Hopefuls are vying for retired Republican Ken Buck’s outdated seat.

The GOP firebrand introduced in December that she deliberate to run in a special district. The swap got here after a collection of embarrassing public incidents and a slim victory over a Democrat competitor in her dwelling district in 2022.

“Boebert’s an opportunistic carpetbagger and we deserve real leadership here in Colorado’s 4th,” he stated, earlier than asking supporters for donations.

Padora’s advert, launched days earlier than the Colorado major races on June 25, highlights how the Beetlejuice incident nonetheless plagues the embattled GOP incumbent.

In May, Boebert was welcomed by chants of “Beetlejuice” when she visited George Washington University’s campus amid pro-Gaza protests.

Boebert at the infamous Beetlejuice showing
Boebert on the notorious Beetlejuice exhibiting (NBC)

More not too long ago, throughout a Republican debate, a moderator pressed Boebert in regards to the “theater thing.” Boebert defended that she had already “owned up to my night out in Denver and had gone on a “public apology tour…but I’m not going to continue to live life in shame and be beat up by this.”

Although at first Boebert denied the incident came about, she later apologized after video surveillance was launched.