Lauren Boebert Confirms Bathroom Fight And Admits She Never Liked Marjorie Taylor Greene

In an interview with Dana Loesch, Lauren Boebert confirmed that her and Marjorie Taylor Greene got into a “fight” in the Ladies’ Room in the halls of Congress, and after doubling down on her attacks on Greene, Boebert made another shocking admission. When Loesch suggested that the two had previously been friends, Boebert said that that idea was a creation of the media and that there never was a relationship there to begin with. Farron Cousins discusses this revelation. Link – https://www.rawstory.com/lauren-boebert-marjorie-taylor-greene-2659285960/ Don’t forget to like, comment, and share! And subscribe to stay connected! Connect with Farron on Twitter: https://twitter.com/farronbalanced *This transcript was auto-generated. Please excuse any typos. So, as we all know, last week, the Daily Beast had a story about Lauren Bobert and Marjorie Taylor Green getting into it on the first day of Congress in the lady’s bathroom, outside of Congress. And even though there were multiple witnesses, you know, people didn’t want to be named. Even Democratic representative Debbie Dingle, who allegedly heard the kerfuffle, said, what happens in the ladies’ room? Stays in the ladies’ room. We finally got confirmation from Lauren Bobert herself that, oh yeah, it was a fight. Well, shouting match, whatever you want to call it. She was confronted, she says, by Marjorie Taylor Greene. And officially confirmed the other parts of that story as well. And this happened late last week in an interview that Bobert gave with former NRA spokesperson Dana Loche, where Loche asked her straight up like, Hey, um, so there was a story, you know, you and you and Green kind of getting into it. And Bobert said this. Oh, first she said, you know, I’m glad you brought this up. She goes, my colleague from Georgia, the gentle woman from Georgia came up and started, you know, being kind of nasty about it. And no one else had been nasty about it. Everyone had been very professional. And so when she started going after me, I looked at her and said, don’t be ugly. That’s something that my granny used to say to me when I was being a brat. You’re not gonna lie, you’re kind of still a brat. Sorry, but again, in this particular feud here, and it, it gets worse. I get to that in just a moment. I gotta take green side, right? Green went up to Bobert and said, listen, you’re not gonna support this guy a speaker of the house. You’re gonna put up obstruction for the sake of obstructing when this guy gave you money for your very tough reelection fight. Without that money you may not have won. You know what the hell? Like, that’s, that’s actually reasonable. That is a reasonable question to ask Lauren Bobert and Bobbitt’s, just like, don’t be Agley said, my grandma says Meemaw told me don’t be agley. I get it. But then Loche went to another point and this was something that, you know, kind of shocked me cuz I’d always thought this was the case as well. Loche asked, you guys were kind of like BFFs there for a while, weren’t you? And I’ve said that too. Like, these guys used to be Boos, andm, buzzy bu boos and buddies, sorry. They were, they were always together. They ran in the same circles. Right? You know, they’re friends, they seemed good friends. Apparently it was a mirage cuz Lauren Bobert responded to that question with this. I think the media saw two women in Congress, you know, there was nothing against her. We travel in the same circles, have the same policy views on a lot of things, not everything, but on many things. So according to that statement, Bobbitt’s, like we were never friends. The media saw two women in Congress and thought, oh, they’re so much alike, they must be buddies. And I’m not gonna lie, she’s not wrong. I did that. I mean, you guys seem to agree Pretty much on everything except for McCarthy being speaker. So I don’t know where else the other differences come from other than I guess maybe Ukraine. I know that’s one thing Marjorie Taylor Green was upset about. Bobert wants to, uh, fund Ukraine and their efforts to fight off Russia, green does not. So there’s, I guess another difference. I I, I don’t really know where the other differences are, but the fact that y’all were photographed together. You know, you’re sitting together with Matt Gates at that State of the Union address, both of you jumping up hooting and hollering, yelling at Biden cuz you hate him so much. We had no reason to think y’all weren’t best friends, but sure that’s the media’s fault. That’s our fault. We shouldn’t have assumed that. But apparently these two just hate each other’s guts.

In an interview with Dana Loesch, Lauren Boebert confirmed that her and Marjorie Taylor Greene got into a “fight” in the Ladies’ Room in the halls of Congress, and after doubling down on her attacks on Greene, Boebert made another shocking admission. When Loesch suggested that the two had previously been friends, Boebert said that that idea was a creation of the media and that there never was a relationship there to begin with. Farron Cousins discusses this revelation. Link – https://www.rawstory.com/lauren-boebert-marjorie-taylor-greene-2659285960/ Don’t forget to like, comment, and share! And subscribe to stay connected! Connect with Farron on Twitter: https://twitter.com/farronbalanced *This transcript was auto-generated. Please excuse any typos. So, as we all know, last week, the Daily Beast had a story about Lauren Bobert and Marjorie Taylor Green getting into it on the first day of Congress in the lady’s bathroom, outside of Congress. And even though there were multiple witnesses, you know, people didn’t want to be named. Even Democratic representative Debbie Dingle, who allegedly heard the kerfuffle, said, what happens in the ladies’ room? Stays in the ladies’ room. We finally got confirmation from Lauren Bobert herself that, oh yeah, it was a fight. Well, shouting match, whatever you want to call it. She was confronted, she says, by Marjorie Taylor Greene. And officially confirmed the other parts of that story as well. And this happened late last week in an interview that Bobert gave with former NRA spokesperson Dana Loche, where Loche asked her straight up like, Hey, um, so there was a story, you know, you and you and Green kind of getting into it. And Bobert said this. Oh, first she said, you know, I’m glad you brought this up. She goes, my colleague from Georgia, the gentle woman from Georgia came up and started, you know, being kind of nasty about it. And no one else had been nasty about it. Everyone had been very professional. And so when she started going after me, I looked at her and said, don’t be ugly. That’s something that my granny used to say to me when I was being a brat. You’re not gonna lie, you’re kind of still a brat. Sorry, but again, in this particular feud here, and it, it gets worse. I get to that in just a moment. I gotta take green side, right? Green went up to Bobert and said, listen, you’re not gonna support this guy a speaker of the house. You’re gonna put up obstruction for the sake of obstructing when this guy gave you money for your very tough reelection fight. Without that money you may not have won. You know what the hell? Like, that’s, that’s actually reasonable. That is a reasonable question to ask Lauren Bobert and Bobbitt’s, just like, don’t be Agley said, my grandma says Meemaw told me don’t be agley. I get it. But then Loche went to another point and this was something that, you know, kind of shocked me cuz I’d always thought this was the case as well. Loche asked, you guys were kind of like BFFs there for a while, weren’t you? And I’ve said that too. Like, these guys used to be Boos, andm, buzzy bu boos and buddies, sorry. They were, they were always together. They ran in the same circles. Right? You know, they’re friends, they seemed good friends. Apparently it was a mirage cuz Lauren Bobert responded to that question with this. I think the media saw two women in Congress, you know, there was nothing against her. We travel in the same circles, have the same policy views on a lot of things, not everything, but on many things. So according to that statement, Bobbitt’s, like we were never friends. The media saw two women in Congress and thought, oh, they’re so much alike, they must be buddies. And I’m not gonna lie, she’s not wrong. I did that. I mean, you guys seem to agree Pretty much on everything except for McCarthy being speaker. So I don’t know where else the other differences come from other than I guess maybe Ukraine. I know that’s one thing Marjorie Taylor Green was upset about. Bobert wants to, uh, fund Ukraine and their efforts to fight off Russia, green does not. So there’s, I guess another difference. I I, I don’t really know where the other differences are, but the fact that y’all were photographed together. You know, you’re sitting together with Matt Gates at that State of the Union address, both of you jumping up hooting and hollering, yelling at Biden cuz you hate him so much. We had no reason to think y’all weren’t best friends, but sure that’s the media’s fault. That’s our fault. We shouldn’t have assumed that. But apparently these two just hate each other’s guts.

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