I screen-capped a few FeverSwamp™ posts to illustrate what is quickly becoming apparent: Nearly everyone hates Paul Ryan and the GOP’s healthcare proposal.
It’s bad enough that Donald Trump used and lied to a grieving widow at his State of the Union speech on Tuesday. His claim that “valuable intelligence” was obtained in the raid that killed William “Ryan” Owens and 30 civilians including children is an outright fabrication. The father of the slain SEAL is calling for an investigation into the raid and refused a meeting with Trump.
Colorado Christian University is hosting Elisabeth Sabaditsch-Wolff for a talk called “When immigrants arrive, Freedom departs”
“Watch democrats call for a Muslim ban” claims a video shared by State Sen. Randy Baumgardner (R-District 8).
State Rep. Dave Williams seeks to reign in “lawless politician community” by targeting sanctuary cities
State Rep. Dave Williams (R- Colorado Springs) and State Sen. Vicki Marble (R- Fort Collins) presented a bill Wed. at the State Capitol aimed at holding the “lawless politician community, run by the Democrats,” accountable for the actions of undocumented Americans in the sanctuary cities of Colorado.
Remember a time not so long ago when Wikileaks and Julian Assange were persona non grata in the eyes of Republicans—enemies of America in fact? Here’s what former and sometimes current right-wing radio host Mike Rosen thought of them then:
One amusing facet of modern “conservatism” is the propensity for its members to be the very things that they purport to despise. Meet Colorado State Rep. Tim “Jailbird” Leonard (R-Evergreen), who was recently sentenced to fourteen days in jail on contempt of court charges.
There are plenty of reasons to oppose State Rep. Dave Williams’ (R-Colorado Springs) anti-sanctuary bill. Sanctuary cities are safer than non-sanctuary cities, undocumented immigrants are less likely to commit crimes than U.S. citizens, and the bill would place an unfunded burden on local law-enforcement, to name a few. But I want to focus on something else: hypocrisy.
U.S. Sen. Cory Gardner (R-CO) is now infamous for making a comment to CBS4 that he believed many of the folks protesting and calling his office were paid protestors from New York and California.