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Boebert's Inane 'Reading Rainbow' Dig At Randy Rainbow Has Fans Clamoring For A LeVar Burton Collab

Boebert's Inane 'Reading Rainbow' Dig At Randy Rainbow Has Fans Clamoring For A LeVar Burton Collab
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Well it's officially Pride Month and you know what that means—some Republicans are triggered af.

None more so—thus far, anyway—than gun rights advocate and Colorado Congresswoman Lauren Boebert.

Boebert, as always, is big mad LGBTQ+ people exist, so she went on Twitter and called "the Left" pedophiles and then insulted internet sensation Randy Rainbow with the kind of face-planting, nonsensical dig only a conservative can seem to come up with.

It was so bad, in fact, it blew up in her face and led to a potential Randy Rainbow/LeVar Burton collab. Republicans like Boebert's repeated cries of "this is the future liberals want!!!" have never been more accurate.

It all began with this tweet from Boebert.

She wrote:

"A North Carolina preschool is using LGBT flag flashcards with a pregnant man to teach kids colors."

Then she went on to try, really hard, to insult Randy Rainbow for whatever reason.

"We went from Reading Rainbow to Randy Rainbow in a few decades, but don’t dare say the Left is grooming our kids!"

Bless her gun-obsessed little heart.

That "insult" doesn't even make sense and even if it did... it's Pride Month, you're gonna have to up your shade game by several notches.

If you're unfamiliar with Randy Rainbow, well, here:

Anyway, since LGBTQ+ people are at the height of their powers during Pride Month, Randy Rainbow was instantly at the ready with a comeback.

Naturally his reply to Boebert went viral.

And before long, people were clamoring for what is apparently Lauren Boebert's ultimate nightmare—a Randy Rainbow and Reading Rainbow mash-up with the show's iconic host, actor LeVar Burton.

Now sure, the internet was obviously into this idea.

Who wouldn't be‽‽

But more importantly—so was the legendary Burton himself.

He quote-tweeted the suggestion with a proposal for Mr. Rainbow.

And of course, Randy Rainbow was on board.

If these gents' agents aren't on the phone as we speak, so help us...

Of course, Twitter went wild over this potential collab which really, really needs to happen!

Gentlemen, if you're reading this, get on it.

Make the deal. The world needs this!

Meanwhile we'll enjoy Randy's collab with Boebert and her pal Marjorie.