#BlahBlahBoebert trends as Lauren Boebert calls Joe Biden a 'tyrant' for saying 'no amendment is absolute'

Boebert called the second amendment 'absolute' and has been called 'crushingly stupid' since


                            #BlahBlahBoebert trends as Lauren Boebert calls Joe Biden a 'tyrant' for saying 'no amendment is absolute'
Lauren Boebert called President Joe Biden a tyrant after he said no constitutional amendment is absolute (Getty Images)
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After President Joe Biden put out a strong statement condemning gun violence on Thursday, April 8, which included the phrase, "no amendment to the Constitution is absolute," Colorado Rep Lauren Boebert (R-CO), a vocal advocate of gun laws, was especially fired up. 

In his speech, Biden called the arguments for the Second Amendment "phony", and dubbed the issue "an international embarrassment". He also issued a series of tweets on the matter, with one saying, "We need to ban assault weapons and high-capacity magazines in this country. There’s no reason somebody needs a weapon of war with 100 rounds in a magazine. None." Without wasting any time, Boebert took to Twitter to express her displeasure at the president's choice of words. "The Second Amendment is absolute. Anyone who says otherwise is a tyrant," she said.

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'Blah Blah Boebert Have you any sense?'

Boebert's words were slammed on social media as more and more people started to tweet the hashtag "BlahBlahBoebert" insinuating that the congresswoman did not know what she was talking about. "I thought tyranny was declaring anything to be absolute... especially laws or power? #BlahBlahBoebert" one of them said while another noted, "Lauren Boebert is the epitome of why people say government doesn’t work. #BlahBlahBoebert" A third quipped, "#BlahBlahBoebert is trending because that's what really comes out of @laurenboebert’s mouth when she tries to manipulate the 2nd amendment."

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Rep Lauren Boebert (Getty Images)

"Blah Blah Boebert Have you any sense? No, sir, no, sir! She is pretty dense. #BlahBlahBoebert" one person noted. The next remarked, "She's called #BlahBlahBoebert because her favorite pastime is lying, but she's like really fucking bad at it." Another commented, "Everytime Lauren Boebert opens her mouth, all I hear is 'blah, blah, blah, something fucking stupid, blah, blah, blah'. #BlahBlahBoebert." A commenter tweeted, "By design, NO Amendment is absolute! Anyone who says otherwise is a blathering dunderhead! That's the 'G' Rated version. You're Welcome. #BlahBlahBoebert."

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One more pointed out, "Boebert is a special kind of stupid. I wish I was kidding about this meme, but it's absolutely 100% true... #BlahBlahBoebert." A person reacted with, "#BlahBlahBoebert is trending because she’s a crushingly stupid moron whose entire 'personality' is about guns, guns, guns and she doesn’t know how anything works and nobody with an IQ higher than the low teens gives a rat’s ass what she has to say." Someone else said, "You don’t even know what you’re talking about, It’s not. Neither is your career in Congress #BlahBlahBoebert." One more noted, "The only things that are absolute are death, your stupidity, and a brand of vodka. #BlahBlahBoebert."

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Mass shooting in Bryan, Texas

Hours after Texas governor Greg Abbott posted a tweet opposing the new gun control measures announced by President Biden, a mass shooting took place in Bryan, Texas that killed one person and left five others injured. According to the latest reports by KBTX, four of the victims are critically injured, and one individual is non-critical.

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The shooting took place on Thursday, April 8, 2021, around 2.30 pm CDT at a cabinet store in Bryan, which is located about 100 miles northwest of Houston. The injured victims have been hospitalized. Meanwhile, a DPS trooper has reportedly been shot in Grimes County while pursuing an individual suspected in the Bryan shooting. The trooper is seriously injured but remains in stable condition.

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The suspect in the shooting was identified as 27-year-old Larry Bollin of Grimes County. Police and DPS officials say Bollin was taken into custody in Bedias. However, could not rule out whether another suspect was involved in the shooting. It was also revealed that as of now, the suspect's motive hasn't been identified. Bryan Police Chief Eric Buske also informed that the suspect who is an employee of Kent Moore Cabinets had used a handgun in the shooting.

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