Meet The United States Lawmaker Who Vows To Carry Gun To Congress

United State Lawmaker, Lauren Opal Boebert has vowed to carry a Glock handgun to Congress during her term in Washington, D.C.

According to the report by BBC News, the 34-year-old Republican Congress woman, representing Colorado’s 3rd District in the House of Representatives, pledged that she will be coming to the Congress with a handgun, a move that is believed to be unusual.

Lauren who was born on December 15, 1986, is an American businesswoman and politician who became famous as a gun-right activist in September 2019 when she got involved in gun-rights activism, by challenging Beto O’Rourke at an Aurora town hall meeting during his 2020 presidential campaign.

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Ever since she has been known as one of the front-liners advocating for open possession of firearms in the United States.

According to, On January 1, 2021, Lauren Boebert wrote to House Speake, Nancy Pelosi and House Minority Leader, Kelvin McCarthy, a letter signed by other Congress members, asking that the 1967 law that exempts members of Congress from a Capitol Hill ban on firearms be retained giving them the legal freedom continue to carry guns.


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