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Lauren Boebert Leaves Twitter Scratching Their Heads After Using A Bizarre Word That Doesn't Exist

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Lauren Boebert—a Republican Representative from Colorado and living testament to the Dunning-Kruger effect—made waves on Twitter when she tweeted a seemingly random series of letters.

The gibberish word had both the left and the right giggling but for different reasons.

In the tweet Boebert wrote:

“It’s almost the end of 2021 and I’ve yet to see Biden mobilize truinternatialdepressure like he promised. What’s the hold up?”

The long word that looks like bits of real words is the crux of the issue.


What was Boebert trying to say?





The answer is of course, a joke among the far right about President Joe Biden.

Much like “Let’s go Brandon” the gibberish word is an in-joke among right-wingers that means something to them and literally no one else.

It’s a reference to a speech Biden made on the campaign trail where he tripped over his words. You know, that thing that happens to literally everyone?

Well, the right have taken that as some indication Biden is mentally unstable and fixated on this.

However, they seem to forget their dear leader, former President Donald Trump was the master of saying gibberish words in his speeches.

And you know what they say about stones and glass houses.



While Boebert spends her time making esoteric jokes about Biden, her constituency are getting fed up with her lack of representation of their interests.

At the moment, Boebert maintains an edge over would-be challengers by having more funding behind her, but many voters highly disapprove of her current performance.

It might help if she actually advocated for positions of her constituents rather than posting random nonsense online.








Many are surprised Boebert is leaving the tweet up, but once you know she thinks it’s some devastating insult against Biden, it makes more sense.