“She’s overweight, unpleasant, vicious, amoral human being.”
If you’ve been following Colorado’s governor’s race, you know that former Congressman Tom Tancredo gave Republican Walker Stapleton his full-throated endorsement during the GOP primary, embellishing Stapleton with Tancredo’s ultra-conservative imprimatur and delivering primary voters to Stapleton, who’s connections to the Bush dynasty were viewed with skepticism by Tea Party types.
Writers love to add stuff after they’re done writing something, but usually they tweak rather than blow up their work with a completely new idea.
An editorial published today by the Colorado Springs Gazette bashed recent reporting on candidate for governor Walker Stapleton’s ties to the Ku Klux Klan and claimed that media outlets are biased for ignoring what they refer to as Democratic candidate Jarid Polis’ “more willful linkage to the Klan.”
Trump Nominee For Colorado U.S. Attorney Received Unusual and Harsh Reprimand From Judge Who Currently Sits On The Colorado Supreme Court
Trump’s nominee for Colorado’s U.S. Attorney, Jason Dunn, once received a searing and rare reprimand by Judge Richard L. Gabriel, who now sits on the Colorado Supreme Court.
Trump’s Interior Secretary, Whom Colorado Republicans Praised Last Week, Says Trump Is “Delightful To Work For”
Last week, after Trump’s Interior Secretary Ryan Zinke met with Colorado Republican state senators, including Kevin Grantham of Canon City, Beth Martinez Huminek of Westminster, and Randy Baumgardner of Hot Sulphur Springs, he meandered up to Steamboat Springs, where he gave a lengthy interview praising Trump and warning against blaming climate change for Colorado’s wildfires.
Most everyone apparently thinks Republican candidate for governor Walker Stapleton needs to say more about his great-grandfather and KKK leader. Denounce him. Apologize. Condemn the KKK. Express revulsion at racism. Slam white nationalists. Something.
Meet Colorado weed tourist, Indiana State Representative Jim Lucas. He wasn’t here for fun, this was research. In an interview with TV station WTHR, the Republican lawmaker shared details of his five-day learning tour of Colorado’s marijuana industry. And as the Indianapolis news anchors breathlessly reported, yes, he did sample the products personally.
As the special prosecutor Robert Mueller turns up the heat on Trump and his associates, Republicans are fighting back with increased intensity, not just through Trump lawyer Rudy Giuliani.
After 9NEWS anchor Kyle Clark shared an email from a right-wing troll telling Clark to “STOP” his “propaganda pushing liberal left wing media biased stories,” Jenna Stapleton tweeted in response that she’d like to get in touch with the sender to work on her husband Walker Stapleton’s campaign for governor.