A bar owned by Rep. Lauren Boebert’s new boyfriend hosted at least one drag show, according to comments on a social media post.
In January, Hooch Craft Cocktail Bar in Aspen, co-owned by Quinn Gallagher, hosted a “Winter Wonderland Burlesque Show,” according to event invitations.
In January 2020, Aspen Gay Ski Week hosted “an evening filled with cocktails, appetizers, and laughs” at Hooch, according to a Facebook post at the time.
In the video, Gallagher, a Democrat, was seen brawling with Boebert, who apparently grabbed her breasts and she appeared to rub his crotch while the two attended a performance of “Beetlejuice” at the Buell Theater in Colorado. department.
The two have reportedly been secretly dating for several months.
Boebert, who also has a long history of arrests, describes herself as one of the most anti-LGBT members of Congress and a harsh critic of children’s exposure to drag entertainment.
“Take your kids to church, not tow bars,” she exclaimed In June 2022, she posted on X, a website formerly known as Twitter. She also attacked the use of drag queens for military recruitment.
“Do our military leaders understand that China and Russia see these things and prepare accordingly? We need a non-woke army. Better yet, a counter-woke army,” she May said.
“I’m a Christian. So they may try to bend me to submission, but that’s where I’m strongest,” she said in another post. Declaration of Piety Starting July 2020.
Many online commentators mocked the disparity between Boebert’s public and private lives.
“And definitely don’t take [kids] Go see Beetlejuice (especially if you’re in the audience),” Democratic National Committee Chairman Jaime Harrison said.
Star Trek Actor George Takei Adding, “Rep. Lauren Boebert is urging parents to take their children to church instead of a drag show after she was spotted being fondled by her date during a public performance on children’s show Beetlejuice. I Enough of their hypocritical preaching. They are not qualified to judge or restrict anyone’s private life.”