Congressman Lauren Boubert slips ‘President Biden’ remarks in awkward speech

manager Lauren Bobert He said he made a “Freudian gaffe” when trying to correct his reference to (R-Colo.). Joe Biden as president on Wednesday.

Bobert endorsed the former president donald trumpfalse claims about the 2020 election and voted to overturn the result.

colorado Republican Party, QAnon conspiracy theory proponentreportedly laughed at the idea of January 6, 2021, attack called a rebellion voted against a bill to award congressional gold medals to lawmakers who prevented the riot.

bobert was reportedly among the group Meet with Trump’s White House aide and Trump campaign staff to find out how the then-Vice President Mike Pence According to the former Trump aide, we could be closer to certifying the 2020 election results before Jan. 6.

Boebert appeared to point out the mistake she made on Wednesday At the Knox County Republican Party Dinner In Tennessee, it’s consistent with previous efforts to cast doubt on the 2020 election results.

However, @PatriotTakes noted that her effort during her speech included the phrase “used to describe subconscious desires.”

“…President Biden thanked me,” Bobert said before frowning.

“President Biden. Freud’s gaffe,” she added.

You can see Boebert’s reference below.

This article originally appeared on huff post and updated.