The group produced a press release Tuesday that accused Boebert of being “an unlicensed, paid escort [who] met clients through SugarDaddyMeet.com.”
The defamatory report stated that a member of the Koch family hired Boebert, that she was connected to Sen. Ted Cruz, R-Texas, through her alleged prostitution work, and that she had two abortions (one at a Planned Parenthood).
Unfortunately for American Muckracker, the evidence it uses to make these claims was objectively false, according to Big League Politics.
Instead of Boebert, the picture is of another victim of the fake news’s slander, Melissa Carone, the site reported.
Carone was a whistleblower concerned with vote fraud in the 2020 election, and this picture was used in a Daily Mail article to discredit her testimony in a Michigan hearing about Detroit’s election-night abuses.
The website is a gigantic compilation of ad hominem attacks, with sections devoted to Boebert’s alleged abortion, her tax returns, a section labeled “drunken Lauren,” and a section dedicated to recorded phone calls with a man who sold Lauren an airplane.
The group is linked to Moe Davis, a failed Democrat candidate who lost his 2020 race to the then-25-year-old Cawthorn.
On the Boebert site, it bragged, “We fired Rep. Madison Cawthorn (R-NC),” and went on to explain that it was “dedicated solely to ensuring that Colorado’s Lauren Boebert’s first term in office is her last.”