The Journal: Boebert to serve on U.S. House oversight committee

U.S. Rep. Lauren Boebert was selected this week to serve on the House Committee on Oversight and Accountability, saying she aims to advocate for taxpayers and hold the Biden administration accountable.

“I am excited to get to work defending the individual liberties of the people of Colorado’s Third District by holding the Biden administration accountable,” she said in a news release.

Issues Boebert plans to address on the Oversight Committee include: the fentanyl epidemic, U.S. border situation, origins of COVID-19, fraud stemming from COVID relief funds, the American withdrawal from Afghanistan, government collusion with Big Tech to censor Americans, and the Biden family.

Through her position on the Oversight Committee, Boebert hopes to advocate for taxpayers in Colorado by holding the Biden administration accountable.

“As an advocate for transparency and reform, I will pursue the truth, conduct effective oversight, and fight to root out waste, fraud, and abuse throughout the federal government,” she said in the release.

Boebert’s goals adhere to the original missions of the Oversight Committee. Under Chairman James Comer’s leadership, the committee will get back to its original purpose of advocating for taxpayers through investigation of the federal government, according to her release.

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