But when the story and images went viral, she backtracked.
“There is no perfect model for getting through a difficult, public divorce…I tried to handle it with strength and grace as best I could, but I just didn’t live up to my values on Sunday. C “is unacceptable and I am sorry,” she wrote on social media on Friday.
Video footage showed Boebert vaping — an accusation a campaign spokesperson previously denied — dancing in his seat, taking photos of the performance and giving the ushers a middle finger while being escorted out of the theater. Boebert made statements such as: “Do you know who I am? and “I will contact the mayor,” according to an incident report.
Another video appears to show Boebert and his companion sexually caressing each other during the show. She did not directly address the second video in her apology.
Fetterman was responding to a Fox News article that said lawmakers were blaming him for the Senate changing its dress code to allow more casual attire, which he became known for wearing during his tenure as lieutenant governor of Pennsylvania and his Senate campaign.
“The Senate no longer imposing a dress code on senators to appease Fetterman is shameful,” said Rep. Marjorie Taylor Greene (R-Ga.) tweeted on Sunday. “The dress code is one of the norms of society that determine etiquette and respect in our institutions. Stop lowering the bar!