First Class Rep. Lauren boebertR-Colo. Responded to a critic who mocked his educational achievement after questioning the need for a federal Education Department on Twitter.
Boebert, 34, said in response to a post that a user described himself as “not having any formal training other than the GED certificate he got a month before attending Congress”, that you don’t need an “Ivy League diploma” to fulfill the American dream. . “
The critic penned Boebert’s not bad characterization in response to his claim that there should not be a Ministry of Education.
Boebert announced that he was leaving high school to help feed his family, a decision he was proud of.
Despite being just a top-notch member of parliament, the Colorado Republican made headlines several times in his nascent career.
He gained fame for saying that lawmakers should be able to carry firearms at work in both the U.S. Capitol.
Lately self a social media spat Representative Sean Maloney, DN.Y., on comments Boebert made about a tour before the violent siege on Capitol Hill, which he assumed was directed against him.
Maloney never mentioned Boebert, who later apologized, but apparently some Americans thought Maloney had mentioned it in his statements to the Colorado Republican because he said he had begun receiving death threats.