Boebert torches Biden’s “land grab” ahead of President’s visit to Colorado

By Matt Connelly

Colorado Rep. Lauren Boebert is torching Joe Biden for using his trip to Colorado today as an excuse for a massive land grab that attacks affordable energy. 

The elderly President Biden will be appearing with radical Colorado Democrats including Senator Michael Bennet and Governor Jared Polis at an event today to designate Camp Hale a national monument. 

Biden won’t stop there though, according to the Grand Junction Daily Sentinel, Biden also “plans to announce a proposal to withdraw more than 200,000 acres in the Thompson Divide area southwest of Glenwood Springs from new oil and gas leasing and mining claims.”

Representative Boebert torched the elderly President’s actions, saying “Rather than working on real issues like reducing inflation and improving the economy, Joe Biden came to Colorado today to unilaterally lock up hundreds of thousands of acres through the stroke of his pen and prevent Coloradans from using our public lands for activities that we want and need.”

Boebert also gave voice to the local concerns of the PEOPLE and said Biden ignored those concerns to pursue radical Green New Deal policies championed by radical extremists in Congress.

“Shamefully, Biden ignored the concerns and opposition of impacted communities so he could appease Green New Deal extremists,” said Boebert. “Equally troubling, they hid their true motivations and failed to be transparent about the harm and restrictions that will result from this massive land grab. With gas prices skyrocketing, OPEC decreasing its oil production, and Americans already struggling to pay their utility bills, this land grab to shut down American energy and natural resources production could not come at a worse time.”

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Matt Connelly is the founder of Campfire Colorado. Follow him on Twitter @MattConnelly.