Internet mocks 'gullible' Rep Lauren Boebert as she defends 'pretty' Trump for sleeping in court, claims he's praying

Internet mocks 'gullible' Rep Lauren Boebert as she defends 'pretty' Trump for sleeping in court, claims he's praying
Rep Lauren Boebert recently attended Donald Trump's hush money trial (Getty Images)

WASHINGTON, DC: Rep Lauren Boebert, a staunch ally of Donald Trump, defended the former president for falling asleep during his hush money trial, claiming he was "praying," according to Mediaite.

The Colorado Republican came up with the bizarre conclusion during a House committee meeting on Thursday, May 16.

Boebert asked Democrat Rep Robert Garcia to display the enlarged photo of Trump sleeping in court, which he had brought to the committee room.

"Every so often, Mr Garcia, maybe you could just lift up that picture of our President Trump sleeping. As you say, I think he's praying. But if he is sleeping, you know, certainly looks pretty while he sleeps," said Boebert.



 

The 45th president, who is currently under trial for falsifying his business records to cover up an alleged hush money payment to Stormy Daniels, fell asleep in court multiple times since the proceedings began a month ago, as per several reports.

Rep Lauren Boebert says slow court proceedings can make anyone fall asleep

Continuing her novel defense of the MAGA spearhead, the GOP legislator reasoned that Trump might have been praying while he closed his eyes and that his demeanor at the time did not indicate that he was asleep.

"Maybe it's an endearing moment of prayer, though. I know when I fall asleep on airplanes, you know, my mouth kind of drops open, and, you know, his mouth is kind of tight-lipped, so maybe. Maybe it's just a somber moment," claimed Boebert.

NEW YORK, NEW YORK - APRIL 19: Former U.S. President Donald Trump (R) sits with his attorney Todd Blanche (L) during his criminal trial as jury selection continues at Manhattan Criminal Court on April 19, 2024 in New York City. Trump was charged with 34 counts of falsifying business records last year, which prosecutors say was an effort to hide a potential sex scandal, both before and after the 2016 presidential election. Trump is the first former U.S. president to face trial on criminal charges. (Photo by Mark Peterson - Pool/Getty Images)
Donald Trump inside the Manhattan courtroom during his criminal trial along with his attorney Todd Blanche (Mark Peterson - Pool/Getty Images)

However, Rep Garcia interfered by pointing at several press reports that said Trump was sleeping during the criminal trial.

In response, Boebert highlighted her recent visit to the court accompanying the ex-POTUS and noted that the slow proceedings during the trial could make anyone fall asleep.

"I was in the courtroom today, and I, I do, I could see why someone would fall asleep. Just like George Conway fell asleep today, in the court hearing. You know, it's kind of slow in there. It's not as exciting as the House Oversight Committee, but, I just wanted to say that's a lovely picture. You have a President Trump. Mr. Garcia, thank you. And I yield," added the Trump ally.

ORLANDO, FLORIDA - FEBRUARY 27:  Rep. Lauren Boebert (R-CO), participates in a discussion on the Rig
Lauren Boebert said the slow proceedings during the trial could make anyone fall asleep (Getty Images)

Boebert joined the real estate mogul at the Manhattan courthouse on May 16 along with a string of GOP lawmakers, including Andy Biggs and Matt Gaetz, publicly stating her support for Trump in the criminal trial.

However, the congresswoman's decision to be at the high-profile trial drew flak because she skipped the court appearance of her teenage son in Colorado.

Tyler Boebert, the lawmaker's 19-year-old son, was arrested in February over vehicle trespass and property theft. Though she had claimed the arrest broke her heart, she was noticeably absent from court proceedings.

He's facing 22 different charges, including four counts of criminal possession of a financial device (Instagram)
Lauren Boebert did not attend her son Tyler Boebert's trial in Colorado (@laurenboebert/Instagram)

Internet mocks Lauren Boebert as she defends Donald Trump for sleeping in court

One wrote, "Q-pee Doll is either gullible or a lair. Despite what Trump probably tells her, he has likely never prayed in his life," and another added, "I'm telling you, she's going to start a grifting church after she lose her reelection."

A person remarked, "If I were a friend or family member of Lauren’s I would encourage her to stay silent when there’s a microphone around. Every single time she speaks she makes a fool of herself. If I were her constituent I’d ask her to resign and stop embarrassing the country."

"Laughable claim about a laughable defendant by a laughable cultist. The clown show goes on and on," expressed an individual, while one more quipped, "If she had a brain she would take it out and play with it."

Another person mentioned, "Kellyanne gave us Alternative Facts and Boo Boo gives us pretty praying. Do they HEAR themselves?????" 



 



 



 



 



 



 

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