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Lauren Boebert Dragged After Trying To Bizarrely Compare Biden To Syrian Dictator

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It seems like Lauren Boebert just can't help herself when it comes to what she puts on Twitter.

Syrian dictator Bashar al-Assad just clinched a 95.1% election landslide victory, which experts around the globe have widely dismissed as a sham election.

Boebert took it upon herself to spin that into a suggestion President Joe Biden's high approval rating is also a sham.



President Biden, who assumed office in the midst of one of the worst job crises in American history, a global pandemic, after an attempted coup by former President Donald Trump—whose approval ratings hovered between 39-49% the entire time he was in office—has been working to create jobs, amp up vaccinations, and make sure Americans are protected. That's something the last administration seemed to have absolutely no interest in.






Boebert is a staunch supporter of former President Donald Trump and his "Big Lie" about the election being stolen instead of almost 8 million more people voting for President Biden.

Boebert was one of over 100 House Republicans who voted to overturn the election results and install Trump as an unelected dictator—something much closer to al-Assad's situation.





By contrast, more than 14 million Syrians turned up to vote, over 78% of the population of eligible voters.

Bashar al-Assad's family have been in power for nearly six decades. This is al- Assad's fourth full term in office, stretching out their rule for another 7 years at least.






Biden still has a lot of work and years ahead of him to maintain his approval rating, but he's no Bashar al-Assad, no Vladimir Putin, and no Kim Jong-un, nor does he aspire to be their best friend.

Again, Boebert has him confused with the last White House resident.