House Republican Leader Kevin McCarthy Appoints Rep. Boebert to the Future of American Freedoms Task Force

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FILE — In this June 23, 2021 file photo Rep. Lauren Boebert, R-Colo., speaks at a news conference at the Capitol in Washington. A federal judge has ruled the Boebert does not have to unblock former Colorado state Rep. Bri Buentello, a Democrat, from her personal Twitter account. District Court Judge Daniel Domenico said last week that Boebart didn’t violate Beuntello’s free speech rights because Buentello was blocked from Boebert’s personal Twitter account, not a government account. (AP Photo/J. Scott Applewhite)

WASHINGTON, D.C. — Rep. Lauren Boebert was appointed by House Republican Leader Kevin McCarthy to serve on the Future of American Freedoms Task Force led by Congressman Jim Jordan.

Rep. Lauren Boebert stated: “As President Reagan said, ‘Freedom is never more than one generation away from extinction.’ I am honored to carry the torch of freedom for the next generation as we fight to protect freedom of speech, freedom of worship, the right to keep and bear arms, the rule of law, the separation of powers, and the right to vote in free and fair elections—all of which are being attacked by cancel culture. The Future of American Freedoms Task Force will develop substantive freedom legislation that provides a clear contrast to the policies of the cancel culture/woke left. When we retake the majority in less than two years, we will make these policies a reality.” Leader McCarthy stated: “The American people need reassurances from their elected officials that they will work to make neighborhoods safer, our border secure, and make the American dream even more accessible. When Republicans retake the majority, we will come prepared to implement policies that will actually solve problems and improve people’s lives.”

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