Lauren Boebert’s Scumbag Opponent Changed City Council Vote to Cover Up an Extramarital Affair

Oct 18, 2022 | Political News

A Colorado business owner admitted to Breitbart and the Lauren Boebert (R-CO) campaign that he blackmailed Boebert's Democratic challenger Adam Frisch with surveillance footage, footage he alleges shows Frisch engaged in an extramarital affair. To cover up the affair, Frisch corruptly changed one of his votes on the Aspen city council.

As Breitbart reports:

“The business owner, a man named Todd Gardner, alleges on video shown to Breitbart News that he successfully blackmailed Frisch, then a city councilman in Aspen, Colorado, into changing his vote on the Aspen City Council regarding a crucial multi-million dollar transportation project…

Gardner has provided emails which purport to back up his claim. And, Gardner points to a friend who wishes to remain anonymous but who also separately confirmed to Breitbart News that Gardner told him about the alleged affair incident contemporaneously – this all allegedly happened a few years ago. To be clear, the friend was unaware of any alleged blackmail, but does remember hearing about—and joking with Gardner about—the alleged affair in a rented storage unit.”


Gardner claims he knew he was engaged in blackmail, and while it wasn't right, the public has a right to know the juicy details of the affair:

“Was it the right thing to do? No, it probably wasn’t the right thing to do. Was it a necessary thing to do based on the situation and me fighting for our survival and the fact that the city was trying to totally go above and beyond any purview they had to put me out of business basically? It was my fight for survival. I made a choice, just like Adam made a choice to sleep with the woman in the storage unit.”

While Gardner does not much care for Boebert, he went to her campaign in hopes of making the information public.

“I don’t like her. I don’t think she has a clue. I would never donate to her.” Gardner told Breitbart.

The story is still developing, but these details could help aid the America First Congresswoman in her campaign for reelection.