Boebert Say Her Call to Apologize to Omar Ended in Squad Member Hanging Up on Her

Colorado Republican Rep. Lauren Boebert posted a video to reveal details from her call to apologize to Squad member and Minnesota Democratic Rep. Ilhan Omar over remarks that may have offended her religion.

Boebert said Omar continued to press for a public apology despite repeated attempts to offer a clear, direct apology for the recent remark. The conversation escalated, with Boebert responding Omar should publicly apologize to Americans for her anti-American, antisemitic remarks.

Omar soon reportedly hung up the phone, which Boebert called cancel culture 101 and a pillar of the Democratic Party.

The conversation shows the divide between the right and left is greater than ever in America. In addition, many on the left just can’t deal with facts. An apology isn’t good enough, despite Omar’s continued attacks on police, American freedom, race claims, antisemitic remarks, anti-Israel remarks, and much more.

The blame game is likely to continue in the days ahead. Boebert, a gun-toting, smack talking conservative, has no intention of backing down. Her strong will is frustrating to some, but refreshing to others who have grown tired over conservatives handing over the nation to the left’s radical agenda.

Make no mistake. There’s a battle going on in the nation, reflected in the words of two opposing lawmakers. Check our Boebert’s words and decide for yourself how you would respond to Omar’s latest stunt.


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