Rep. Lauren Boebert, R-Colo., the subject of liberal criticism for her limited experience, has again found herself at the center of mockery on Twitter. The hashtag “Lauren Boebert Is So Dumb" began trending early Sunday after she posted some head-scratching comments.  

“Yesterday, I put all my guns upstairs. Biden can never get to them now!” she tweeted.

There were immediate responses to Boebert revealing where she hid her firearms. She was also mocked for past comments.

“#LaurenBoebertIsSoDumb she hid her guns & then told the world where they were,” one user posted.

Meanwhile, one user referenced the arrest of the freshman congresswoman's husband Jayson Boebert. "#LaurenBoebertIsSoDumb that she married a guy who was arrested for exposing his penis to young girls & the craziest part is she was one of those girls,"  the post read.

In January 2004, Jayson Boebert was arrested for exposing himself to two women. Lauren Boebert was one of the women and was 17 years old. Jayson Boebert spent four days in jail and received two years’ probation after pleading guilty to lewd exposure and public indecency.

Not long after the hashtag began trending, Boebert responded on Twitter by asking supporters to donate to her campaign. “Seeing #LaurenBoebertIsSoDumb trend at number one just proves what I’ve been saying all week. The Left hates women & I’m their top target,” she tweeted.

She added that "every day is a full-scale attack on me!"

The congresswoman previously told local media that she dropped out of high school to raise her child. She received a GED in 2020. 

Prior to joining the U.S. House of Representatives in January, Lauren Boebert had no political background and had never held a public-sector job. After dropping out of high school, she got a job at McDonald’s and eventually worked her way up to a manager. She has stated, "You don't need an Ivy League degree to achieve the American Dream."

In June 2020, Lauren Boebert ran on a law-and-order platform to defeat Republican incumbent Scott Tipton. Members of the National Guard remain in Washington as part of the enhanced security posture that has been in place since the deadly riot at the US Capitol on January 6, 2021 Members of the National Guard remain in Washington as part of the enhanced security posture that has been in place since the deadly riot at the Capitol on Jan. 6, 2021. Photo: AFP / Brendan Smialowski