'People want the circus to stop': Lauren Boebert's Democratic opponent still believes there is a chance to unseat her
Rep. Lauren Boebert's (R-Colo.) Democratic opponent, Adam Frisch still believes he has a chance to unseat the controversial lawmaker.
On Saturday, November 12, Frisch appeared on MSNBC's "The Katie Phang Show" where he further expounded on his stance while explaining how the lawmaker may have jeopardized her own chances of re-election.
Since voters are still being counted in the state of Colorado, Frisch is not throwing in the towel yet. He believes he will not only have a "moral win" but also a "win win."
"My view is that those who know her [Boebert] best, don't care for her and they wanted another option," Frisch said.
The Congressional hopeful also explained why he believes he has a solid chance of flipping the lawmaker's seat. "This was a referendum election; a lot of people were frustrated with her, there's no doubt about that. You know, Donald Trump delivered tax cuts and regulation chops and three Supreme Court justices," he explained.
"You saw [Senate Minority Leader ] Mitch McConnell spent half his time putting his head down on the Senate floor saying, 'I know, I know, I know," he said. "He's driving me crazy, but look what he's delivered.' She hasn't delivered anything and that is what we really focused on."
Frisch went on to say that he believes the Republican Party is collectively frustrated with the party's direction. "I think a lot of people are just frustrated with her. I knew -- I think about 40 percent of the Republican Party wants their party back," he continued. "People want the circus to stop."
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