Lauren Boebert Challenges Madison Cawthorn, Who Uses A Wheelchair, To A ‘Sprint’

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The Colorado Republican said the winner would have to hire Kyle Rittenhouse as a congressional intern.

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Representative Lauren Boebert (R-Colo.) Tuesday challenged Rep. Madison Cawthorne (RN.C.), who uses a wheelchair to “sprint” to win Kyle Rittenhouse As a Congressman trainee.

During an interview Feather newsmax, Boebert observed Rittenhouse’s acquittal, who went to protest police brutality in Wisconsin last year armed with an AR-15-style rifle and shot three people, two of them dead.

Members of the Far-South House, including Boebert, Cawthorne, Paul Gosari (R-Ariz.) and Matt Getz (R-Fla.) has since set about getting the teenager on board as an intern,

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“Now I have some coworkers on the Hill who, like me, have offered Kyle Rittenhouse an internship in their office,” she told the host. Sebastian Gorka |MILF to a former colleague Donald Trump, “And Madison Cawthorne, he said he’d wrestle me for this Kyle Rittenhouse internship. But Madison Cawthorne has some pretty big guns, and so I’d like to challenge her to a sprint instead.

“Let’s make it fair,” she said with a laugh.

Gorka offered to shake hands with Boebert in place of Kawthorne, who was partially paralyzed in a 2014 car accident.

“Allow me to wrestle him on your behalf. I love a good arm wrestle, and I’d be happy — Madison is a friend — I’d be happy to arm wrestle him on your behalf,” he said.

His remarks shocked some prominent viewers.

“What,” tweeted Retired Representative Adam Kizinger (R-Ill.).

Former Republican presidential candidate Joe Walsh said a clip of the exchange was “today’s Republican Party in a nutshell”.

A defense attorney for Rittenhouse told insider last week that thought it was “disgusting” That some prominent Republicans were trying to profit from the acquittal of his 18-year-old client.

“They’re raising money on this, and you have all these Republican congressmen saying work for me,” said Mark Richards, who represented Rittenhouse in the Kenosha, Wisconsin, massacre. “They want to trade on their celebrity, and I think that’s disgusting.”

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