Lauren Boebert Fires Back: ‘Kathy Griffin’s Parents Really Missed the Mark by Not Naming Her Karen’

Republican Rep. Lauren Boebert (R-CO) has fired back at Kathy Griffin with one of her famous one-liners after the Hollywood leftist appeared to threaten Americans with “civil war” if they “vote Republican.”

Alleged comedian Griffin is facing a major backlash after she seemed to issue a threat against America on social media over the midterm elections.

Griffin later tried to back-pedal her comments but the damage was already done.

“If you don’t want a Civil War, vote for Democrats in November,” Griffin tweeted.

“If you do want Civil War, vote Republican.”

She was immediately called out by reporter Kristina Wong who said: “This sounds like a threat.”

Griffin tried to change her tune by blaming “maga blue checks” for the backlash but no one was buying it.

“You guys,” she said.

“The maga blue checks are at it again.

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“Because they are constantly threatening Civil War, they are now trying to suggest that I am the one who is threatening a Civil War.

“Because you know, that’s my thing.”

Enter Lauren Boebert, who said:

“Kathy Griffin’s parents really missed the mark by not naming her Karen.

“Civil War just because she doesn’t get her way? Pathetic,” the congresswoman added.

Christian author Jeremy Kappell said:

“The inherent message here couldn’t be more clear. If you don’t vote Democrat, there will be war.

“King George III had a similar message for the colonists just prior to our Independence.

“Don’t be bullied by Hollywood Propagandists.”

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By David Hawkins

David Hawkins is a writer who specializes in political commentary and world affairs. He's been writing professionally since 2014.

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