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GOP Rep Spews Anti-Muslim Bigotry

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GOP Rep Spews Anti-Muslim Bigotry

GOP Rep Spews Anti-Muslim Bigotry

Rep.

Lauren Boebert railed against fellow Rep.

Ilhan Omar, calling her a “jihad squad member” during GOP Rep.

Paul Gosar’s censure hearing.


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Lauren Boebert Lauren Boebert U.S. Representative from Colorado


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