Alex Walker, a Colorado Democrat running to unseat Republican Representative Lauren Boebert, thinks she is full of crap.
And crap certainly was the theme of his latest campaign ad, a two-minute spot that calls out the highly controversial, conspiracy theory-peddling Republican for her "bullsh*t" with a literal sh*tstorm.
The video depicts poop falling from the skies and dousing Boebert's constituents.
In taking Boebert to task, Walker, the eleventh Democrat to announce a run to unseat Boebert, advocated for policies Boebert has explicitly come out against, including a living wage.
You can watch the ad below.
Amid shots of constituents getting doused with poop, the ad includes a shot of the squeaky clean Walker, who implores Coloradans to consider voting Boebert out of office.
“We are real Coloradans. We deserve a living wage, small government that actually works and freedom of choice. Instead, we have bullsh*t.”
“Don’t you ever wonder where it’s all coming from?" he adds before viewers are presented with a shot of a “Lauren Boebert” nameplate on a desk and a Boebert lookalike douses her office in crap.
Walker, who brands himself "a bull" and "not a bullsh*tter," goes on to say that he approves "the sh*t out of this message."
The ad proved a hit with many of Boebert's opponents.
While Boebert has repeatedly come under fire for scandals that have spotlighted her history of homophobia and transphobia, her willingness to lie on her campaign finance disclosures, her penchant for embracing and spreading conspiracy theories about COVID-19, and her tendency to unfailingly insert herself into the culture war of the moment, few criticisms of her have been as pointed as the ones regarding the integrity of the 2020 general election.
The extent of Boebert's alleged involvement in the January 6 insurrection—which took place when a mob of former President Donald Trump's supporters stormed the United States Capitol on the false premise the 2020 election had been stolen—appeared to become clearer following a bombshell report from Rolling Stone.
On Sunday, October 24, Rolling Stone published an article stating several supporters of former President Trump who helped plan the insurrection had multiple planning sessions with senior White House staffers and Republican members of Congress.
Sources who spoke to the magazine said they met with several high-profile Trump acolytes, including Representatives Paul Gosar (Arizona), Marjorie Taylor Greene (Georgia), Madison Cawthorn (North Carolina) and Boebert herself.
Organizers claim Gosar promised "blanket pardons" to anyone who participated in the attack, adding they "would talk to Boebert's team, Cawthorn's team, Gosar's team like back to back to back to back."