After she issued an apology for “comments or posts on Facebook that have been found offensive and racist,” newly appointed State Rep. Judy Reyher (R-Pueblo) launched a fundraising campaign to take advantage of the media attention she’s gotten for such comments, such as black people “hate white people with a passion” and African Americans are “hatred-filled beings.”
Facebook posts of former Congressman and Breitbart contributor Tom Tancredo, who announced last week that he’d run his third campaign for Colorado governor, paint a picture of the politician in the mold of President Donald Trump, promoting fake news and conspiracy theories, nationalism, and contempt for Muslims and immigrant communities.
Despite his record of bigotry and extremism, some Colorado Republicans embraced hardline conservative Christian Roy Moore after his upset over incumbent Luther Strange in Alabama’s U.S. Senate GOP primary election this week.
Mischaracterization of the word “jihad” in Women’s March organizer’s speech leads to violent threats from conservatives
Conservatives have once again been demonizing Women’s March organizer and Palestinian-American political activist Linda Sarsour, who they say called for violent “jihad” against Donald Trump in a recent speech.
During a congressional hearing yesterday, Senator Cory Gardner (R-CO) defended a Trump nominee who once wrote that Islam is a “deficient theology.”
Pick a day on Denver talk radio, and you’ll find Muslims under attack in the most heartbreaking, insulting, and ignorant ways.
In the era of Donald Trump, it seems like there’s a rally, march, or protest for everyone. Check out this list of upcoming events to find yours.
If you’re looking to pop your Facebook bubble for a moment and take a peek at what’s circulating in the dark corners of the internet, look no further than the Facebook page of Tanne Blackburn, who’s the GOP chair of Douglas County.