The new chairman of El Paso County’s Republican Party followed President Trump’s lead in criticizing San Juan, Puerto Rico, Mayor Carmen Yulín Cruz after she begged him to “save [them] from dying” in the aftermath of Hurricane Maria.
After a contentious meeting last night, the El Paso County Republican Party chose Joshua Hosler, previously the vice chair, to fill the vacant chairman’s seat.
I’ve written a few times about Joshua Hosler, a failed primary candidate for Colorado’s House of Representatives, Facebook provocateur and Vice Chair of the El Paso County GOP. Mr. Hosler was endorsed by Colorado Secretary of State Wayne Williams.
In Facebook responses to Charlottesville violence, some Colorado conservatives embrace Trump’s many sides-ism
Following last weekend’s uproar of racist violence in Charlottesville, Virginia, where white nationalists gathered for the “Unite the Right” protest against the removal of a statue of Confederate general Robert E. Lee, President Trump first responded by condemning “many sides.” Later, after a brief change of heart, the President blamed many sides again.
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.
El Paso County GOP vice chair “loves” that repealing the Clean Power Plan will threaten the nation’s health
Joshua Hosler, the vice chair of the Republican party in El Paso County, recently “loved” this post on Facebook:
I had to do a double-take when I saw this. Joshua Hosler “hearting” a headline that reads: “President Trump basically insulted all our allies to their faces.”