Rep. Dan Goldman (D-N.Y.) didn’t let Rep. Lauren Boebert’s (R-Colo.) “unconstitutional” discuss go and not using a reality test following her tense questioning of Environmental Safety Company Administrator Michael Regan throughout a House Oversight Committee listening to on Wednesday.

The conspiracy theorist Republican pointed to the Supreme Courtroom’s current landmark determination in Loper Vivid Enterprises v. Raimondo, which overturned the “Chevron doctrine” that instructed courts to defer to federal companies to interpret ambiguous legal guidelines or statutes.

However the ruling didn’t fairly appear to register with Boebert, who pressed Regan about “rogue bureaucrats” who she claimed enacted “unconstitutional regulations.”

“Are you going to repeal them? Are you going to continue to implement them? Or are you going to stop altogether, since it’s been overturned?” Boebert requested.

“Do you understand the ruling?” Regan requested.

“Do you understand the ruling of the Supreme Court?” Boebert continued.

“I do, I do, so your question is ill-formed,” Regan replied.

Boebert continued to press Regan whilst he knowledgeable her that the excessive court docket hasn’t informed him to repeal “anything” earlier than he laughed off the conspiracy theorist’s questioning.

Goldman, simply minutes later, hit again at Boebert by noting that the Loper Vivid ruling discovered courts shouldn’t defer to company rule-making if a statute is ambiguous.

“And instead, courts get to determine whether or not, what the statute means. Is that your understanding, as well?” Goldman requested Regan.

“Yeah, absolutely,” Regan replied.

“OK, so that would not require any regulations to be reversed or overturned, Correct?” Goldman requested.

“Correct,” Regan stated.