I see with great pleasure that this fine broad beat the incumbent Republican in a Colorado primary:

Five-term Rep. Scott Tipton (R-CO), who was backed by President Donald Trump, lost his primary to Lauren Boebert, the owner of Shooters Grill in Colorado.

Just by itself, this would be worthy of a glass or two being raised, and it certainly will be in this house.

But the article points out something else:

Boebert’s victory over Tipton serves as Trump’s third primary loss.
– Conservative outsider Bob Good unseated Rep. Denver Riggleman (R-VA) in June despite the House Freedom Caucus backing Riggleman over Good. Good managed to defeat Riggleman by focusing on reducing legal immigration.
– Conservative millennial Madison Cawthorn then defeated Lynda Bennet, who was endorsed by the House Freedom Fund, the Senate Conservative Fund, the American Conservative Union (ACU), and other influential D.C. conservatives.

I’m trying not to read too much into this, but three out of three has to be at least a little significant.

Of course, the Jackals Of The Press will proclaim that Republican voters are “repudiating Trump” or some such nonsense, but the way I see it is that conservative voters are looking at their incumbent candidates, deciding that they aren’t doing enough for conservatives and their goals, and picking still-more conservative candidates regardless of who endorses them.  Even better, by not picking the Trump endorsees, it takes away at least one Democrat talking point in November (“the Republican is a Trump stooge!”) because quite obviously, these new guys are beholden not to Trump, but to a conservative ideal that is stronger than their primary opponents’ activities.

As for Lauren Boebert (on whom I’ve had an old-man-crush for years), tell me why you wouldn’t vote for her:

Boebert is a 32-year-old gun-rights activist, the owner of the Garfield County Shooters Grill.
[She] gained public attention after she defied public health orders when she reopened in-restaurant dining in May. She subsequently lost her restaurant license.

A Lady Gunslinger who takes no shit from the Gummint even though it costs her bigly.  Be still, my beating heart.

I see that in 2016 Trump carried this district by 12 points over Hillary Bitch Clinton.  Let’s see if Boebert can double that margin in her own race.


  1. One factor why The Donald is picking swamp Republicans instead of patriots may be this; I understand from several reports that none other than Karl Rove has been invited into the strategy planning of the administration. That this scumbag is playing any role in the White House again makes me want to puke.

  2. Conservatives are beginning to look at SCOTUS and are telling the POTUS to carefully consider his list – very carefully – when it comes time to replace RBG; we can’t find any optometrists to give us lenses that will help us visualize the penumbras and unicorn farts that are directing the current decisions.

    1. It’s not too hard to figure out what President Trump (PBUH) should say about these primary losses, but for now we’ll just focus on the lovely Lauren: “Of course she wasn’t my first choice of candidates, but the people in her district have spoken and she is their nominee. And considering (insert name of filthy Dem opponent here) is her opponent, she has pole-vaulted to the top of my list for who I want to win in that election. Next question?”

  3. Now let’s watch and see if the GOP supports these three primary winners.

  4. Lauren Boebert, is not just the owner of Shooters Grill in Colorado – but the owner of “Shooters Grill”, in RIFLE, Colorado!

    1. If she decides to franchise the concept, I’m torn between wanting a franchise in Browning Montana, and one in Santa Monica, California. That second would certainly upset the lickspittle leftists in California.

  5. After hearing about Lauren’s place over in Rifle a buddy and I jumped on our motorcycles zipped over (200 miles) for lunch. Loved seeing gals open carry. I kept mine concealed knowing I was safe in there with my back to the wall!

  6. Backtracking a bit on how she was shut down. It seems it was not the state but the local Garfield County Department of Public Health. There is apparently a state process to obtain a variance in the regulations for restaurants which the Garfield County Board of Commissioners, unlike neighboring Mesa County, declined to apply for. It would seem that Garfield County has a Quisling problem.

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