Lauren Boebert Doesn’t Understand Difference Between ‘Mrs’ And ‘Miss’

Rep. Lauren Boebert (R-CO) hit the Twitterverse this past weekend to gripe about "marital status & pronouns" saying she doesn't recall teachers sharing that info with students when she was growing up.
Rep. Lauren Boebert (R-CO)

Rep. Lauren Boebert (R-CO) hit the Twitterverse this past weekend to gripe about “marital status & pronouns” saying she doesn’t recall teachers sharing that info with students when she was growing up.

Boebert’s tweet referenced a response from out White House Press Secretary Karine Jean-Pierre discussing Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis’s (R) decision to block the teaching of AP African American Studies in the state.

In answering the question, Jean-Pierre noted, “these types of actions aren’t new…especially from Florida…Florida currently bans teachers from talking about who they are and who they love.” That was in reference to the Sunshine state’s Don’t Say Gay law which prohibits K-3 teachers from mentioning sexual orientation and gender identity with students.

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All of my teachers introduced themselves on the first day of class along the lines of “Mrs. McDaniels” or “Miss Williams” or “Mr. Johnson.”

“Mrs” and “Miss” pretty much indicate gender and marital status, no?

The Twitterverse gagged on Boebert’s incoherent pronoun problem.