In his speech at CPAC, Boebert will take aim at the GOP leadership, saying, “Disappointed too many times.”


Fox News Digital spoke with attendees at CPAC 2022 in Dallas, Texas, about who they would like to see on the Republican ticket for the upcoming presidential election cycle.

NEW Fox News articles can now be heard on audio! EXCLUSIVE Rep. Lauren Boebert of the Freedom Caucus is anticipated to fire a warning shot across the bow of the House Republican leadership in her speech at CPAC on Saturday, demanding that a possible GOP majority swiftly enact several conservative priorities.

According to a copy acquired by Fox News, Boebert, R-Colo., wants to declare in a speech Saturday at the Conservative Political Action Conference in Dallas, “Myself, and fellow fighters in the House Freedom Caucus, were ready for combat.”

According to her comments, Republicans running for House leadership positions, such as current Minority Leader Rep. Kevin McCarthy of California, who intends to run for speaker, may not have her support.

She is anticipated to add, “I wish I could tell you that I had full confidence in GOP leadership in both the House and Senate to defund the deep state and to hold the Biden dictatorship accountable. “But I’m not. I’ve been let down far too often.

Rep. Lauren Boebert, R-Colo., will deliver a speech Saturday at CPAC.

Colorado Republican Rep. Lauren Boebert will speak at CPAC on Saturday. (Image: Joe Raedle/Getty) )

“And I will not support any member of Congress—from newcomers to those in leadership—who refuses to stand with me in the fight to end medical tyranny, protect the southern border, and remove Anthony Fauci. neither in their reelection nor, most definitely, for speaker “Boebert keeps talking.

“The Freedom Caucus ousted John Boehner, booted weak Paul Ryan, and won’t stand for another Republican speaker who favors Democrats over their own party.

“Republicans in the House must stop supporting dictatorship. I won’t cast a vote to support a government that forces people to get the COVID vaccine while allowing millions of non-vaccinated foreigners to invade our nation. Build the wall or I’ll vote to fire Biden’s bureaucrats. End the vax mandate for our hospital staff and service members.”

As our nation is being invaded, Boebert continued, “Any bill that funds tyranny, my Freedom Caucus allies are a no, and I’m a hell no.”
The attack comes amid widespread expectations that Republicans will win the majority in the House of Representatives in the upcoming midterm elections.

Republicans can then use committee subpoena power to investigate Vice President Biden’s administration and obstruct the liberal programs he has suggested. But when GOP leaders are compelled to collaborate with Biden and a potential Senate Democratic majority on bills that must pass in order to finance the government, increase the debt ceiling, and other things, it could also bring to light splits within the party.

GOP zealots like Boebert and her fellow Freedom Caucus participants frequently want to use their influence on those measures to enact what they perceive to be essential conservative ideas. Leading Republicans perceive the caucus as a thorn in their sides, including former House Speaker John Boehner, R-Ohio.

Boehner wrote in his book, “On the House,” “What Nancy Pelosi and other sane Democrats, the ones who have been around long enough to know how things work, are dealing with from AOC and her Squad reminds me a lot of what I had to deal with during my days as Speaker from the far-right kooks of the Tea Party or the Freedom Caucus or whatever they were calling themselves.

In addition to Boebert, numerous other GOP leaders, including Kimberly Guilfoyle and former President Donald Trump, are set to speak at CPAC.
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