Rep. Lauren Boebert has been removed from the official speakers list of a conservative youth organization, signaling a shift in their perception of her. The Colorado congresswoman was initially scheduled to appear and speak at the Texas Youth Summit, an event aimed at promoting right-wing views among individuals aged 12 to 26, alongside prominent figures such as Donald Trump Jr., Kimberly Guilfoyle, and Charlie Kirk.
However, recent developments have led to a change of plans, as Boebert has been scrubbed from all marketing material associated with the event. This decision comes in the wake of a controversial video that went public, showing Boebert engaged in inappropriate behavior.
While the organization has not provided an official explanation for their decision, it is evident that Boebert’s involvement in the mutual fondling incident last week played a significant role. This incident has tarnished the image of the congresswoman, who was initially described by the organization as a “devout Christian who seeks to honor God in all that she does.”
In light of the recent revelations, it appears that Boebert’s actions may not align with the values the organization seeks to promote. Although she has since apologized for her behavior, acknowledging it as an error in judgment, Congress has yet to formally reprimand her.
The removal of Boebert from the conservative youth organization’s speakers list serves as a reminder of the consequences individuals face when their actions contradict the principles they claim to uphold.