Rep. Lauren Boebert (R-CO) appeared at a virtual meeting for the House Natural Resources Committee Thursday with shelves of weapons behind her.
It was something her colleague Rep. Katie Porter (D-CA) noticed, saying that her biggest concern when doing a Zoom call is piles of dishes in her kitchen.
I always thought my dirty dishes piled up and accumulating bacteria were the most dangerous thing in a Zoom backgro… https://t.co/WtA05G9qdt— Rep. Katie Porter (@Rep. Katie Porter)1613665224.0
During the meeting, Boebert expressed her opposition to the committee rules that ban firearms in the hearing room.
Porter wasn't the only one to see Boebert's weapons collection. One reporter noted that it doesn't seem like the safe way to store one's weapons.
I'm not a gun owner, but I'm pretty sure this is not how you safely store your weapons https://t.co/eYJgAYFG19— Emily C. Singer (@Emily C. Singer)1613667287.0
See a few other responses below:
As the Robinhood hearing starts, the real action — apparently — is at the Natural Resources organizing meeting, whe… https://t.co/OsLesTjFNq— Matt Fuller (@Matt Fuller)1613667904.0
It is my considered opinion that Lauren Boebert is one sick em effer. I mean, there's nothing wrong with fetishes.… https://t.co/nbb8H6OWJF— Chris Savage (@Chris Savage)1613668096.0
There have been at least 21 unintentional shootings by children since 2015 in Colorado, resulting in 9 deaths & 13… https://t.co/8feqVqEL0C— igorvolsky (@igorvolsky)1613668536.0
Unsafe gun storage is no laughing matter. Is this Fascist fraulein really the best Colorado’s 3rd CD can do? 0/10… https://t.co/cauzwrUBNJ— Room Rater (@Room Rater)1613666841.0
shocked to discover lauren boebert owns books https://t.co/s67IviQ1vU— Alex Friedman (@Alex Friedman)1613668474.0