While speaking on the United States House floor, Colorado Republican Representative Lauren Boebert humiliated Nancy Pelosi to her face after she was dethroned of her “Speaker” title due to the 2022 election.
“Madam Speaker, the American people have spoken. They fired you and have chosen to end the Democrats’ one-party rule throughout our government,” she started.
“The days of this chamber being treated as Pelosi’s house instead of the people’s house are over,” Boebert continued. “The American people will once again be allowed into this chamber to see their representatives at work.”
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— Rep. Lauren Boebert (@RepBoebert) December 2, 2022
Boebert has been on a tear in recent weeks against the former speaker. On Thursday, the representative unleashed on a new proposal to name a historic room in the Capitol complex after Pelosi.
Lauren Boebert has shared her contempt for a House Democrats’ proposal to name a historic room in the Capitol complex after Speaker Nancy Pelosi with her 620,000 followers on Twitter on Thursday, saying she couldn’t think of “anyone less deserving.”
In a video published on her official profile as representative for Colorado 3rd congressional district, Boebert said: “Y’all aren’t going to believe this. With 40-year record-high inflation and millions crossing our southern border, what is the House of Representative working on?
“Well, yesterday, Democrats voted to name a room in the Capitol complex after Nancy Pelosi. I can’t think of anything less important, or frankly anyone less deserving.”
Naming rooms in the Capitol complex after House representatives is considered an honor rarely bestowed. The first time that a room was named after a representative was in 1962, when three-time House speaker Sam Rayburn had the East Front’s ornate new reception room named after him, following his death the year before.