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The Denver Post has slammed Rep. Lauren Boebert (R-Colo.) and other extremists across the country for using "rhetoric that incites fear and hatred" against LGBTQ people following Saturday's mass shooting at a Colorado gay nightclub have continued.
"We're tired of writing versions of the same editorial over and over again," the paper's editorial board wrote days after a gunman killed five people and injured at least 18 others at Club Q in Colorado Springs. “Thoughts and prayers do not end gun violence. words matter. Hateful, intolerant statements have no place in public discourse.”
While the "shooter is responsible for firing those bullets," the Post wrote, "there are those of us who have nurtured a history of hatred and intolerance without understanding or caring where those words may lead."
The newspaper, which regularly criticizes Boebert, noted that it tweeted that the shooting was "absolutely horrific" and that the "victims and their families are in my prayers." Her writing was not well received given her glorification of guns and bigotry towards the LGBTQ community.
Boebert has repeatedly engaged in the false right-wing narrative that educating children about gender identity and enabling gender-affirming care for trans youth somehow "grooms" and sexualizes them, and has also channeled vitriol to kid-friendly drag shows. Criticized for her earlier comments after Saturday's shooting, she doubled down and said: "I've never had bad rhetoric about anyone and their personal preferences as an adult. What I have criticized is the sexualization of our children. And I have criticized men who dress up as caricatures of women.”
"Boebert has rightly been pilloried for her role in peddling hateful speech against the LGBTQ community," the Post wrote. "As an added bonus, her uncompromising positions on gun control, which preclude even common sense measures, mean she would not have supported efforts that could have kept guns out of this shooter's possession."
Read the entire editorial here.
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Lauren Boebert
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