President Trump wasn’t politically correct. He was just correct.
— Lauren Boebert (@laurenboebert) May 14, 2021
“President Trump wasn’t politically correct. He was just correct,” wrote the QAnon conspiracy theory-endorsing lawmaker with a penchant for posting inflammatory and often-ridiculed messages on the social media platform.
Critics quickly reminded Boebert of the thousands of lies Trump told during his time in office, his administration’s catastrophic handling of the coronavirus pandemic and his 2020 election conspiracy theories.
When was he correct?He was wrong about CovidHe was wrong about the electionHe was wrong about A LOT of things. The only good thing he did was playing golf, because that meant he wasn't ruining the country even more.
— Andiders (@Andiders) May 14, 2021
Tell us you’re a traitor without telling us you’re a traitor. https://t.co/INveXkYExN
— VoteVets (@votevets) May 14, 2021
Really. The bleach thing? And the virus just disappearing? Grab’em? 500,000? Making fun of the disabled reporter? Correct? Says a lot about you.
— HRHOurania (@HrhOurania) May 14, 2021
Did he make the trains run on time? https://t.co/F2CPazCuZT
— Bob Levine (@idguy) May 14, 2021
About whatHe was wrong about the tax cuts paying for theirselves Wrong about COVIDWrong about RussiaWrong about the environment wrong about immigration reform Wrong about health careWrong about almost every appointment Did he endorse you ? If so , just another mistake
— Stephen not Steven (@StephenStpwine1) May 15, 2021
By Easter it will go away like a miracle.
— DF (@DF72811) May 14, 2021
About the injection of bleach, or the cancer causing windmills?
— kathleen flatley (@bosox810) May 14, 2021
See? Now a smart, well informed person would follow that claim with examples, an explanation or evidence. You've got nothing but a baseless claim, which is worth less than nothing. You should have to pay us to read it.
— Hettie (@StHettie) May 15, 2021
Care to elaborate on which part of the former guys time in office was correct?
— Theresa Sword (@sword_theresa) May 14, 2021
A broken clock is right 2x a day for a minute.
— westcoastdefense (@westcoastdefens) May 14, 2021
There’s some more of those ‘alternative facts’ beloved by the GOP
— 𝕁𝕠𝕟𝕟𝕚’𝕤 𝕋𝕨𝕠 ℂ𝕖𝕟𝕥𝕤 👉🏽#Resist (@JonnisTwoCents) May 14, 2021
Was he correct when he said the Corona virus would just go away like a miracle?
— *ChiSports* (@ChiSports13) May 14, 2021
He was correct at what exactly? We can wait.
— Beagleness 🇨🇦🇺🇸🏳️🌈 (@YtzJaxpad) May 14, 2021
He was NEVER correct. Queue the video…
— TheRealDavidVQuinn (@TheRealDavidVQ) May 15, 2021
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