Cheryl: Go to hell.
Journalists have been asking U.S. Rep. Lauren Boebert (R-CO) for documentation to support a reimbursement of $22,259 for mileage driven during her successful election campaign last year.
About five years ago, Kenneth Wilkison got in a Facebook dispute with Denver-area lawyer Elliot Fladen that ended with Wilkison writing, “And JEWs wonder why they are so disliked.”
Jonathan Lockwood, once considered a right-wing GOP activist, wants Colorado Republicans to have a “robust conversation about whether we will be the party of Lincoln or loonies.”
Boebert Still Trying To Make Us Feel Better by Saying She Doesn’t Follow Q but There’s “Absolutely” a Deep State
Congresswoman Lauren Boebert (R-CO) is still trying to stop people from thinking she’s a crazy conspiracist.
Fly Agaric If you’ve hiked in the woods in Colorado, especially near timberline in the late summer, you’ve probably seen a majestic mushroom with white spots on its red cap.
Republicans Can Win CO Not by Changing Their Ways But By “Connecting” With Voters, Says Deluded GOP Leader
Right-wing Republicans in Colorado have seen the blue clouds coming for years, slowly engulfing them in a fog of powerlessness.
“A Black person has a one in three chance of ending up in prison. For us, that would be like losing 19 members of our football team,” says Denver Bronco Justin Simmons in an ad released last week. “That’s a major loss for us, just as it is for our communities.”
I’ve been loosely documenting the complaints against journalists from top elected officials in Colorado for years, and guess who just made the nastiest comment yet (in public, that is)? U.S. Rep. Lauren Boebert (R-CO).
Boebert, Who’s Supported QAnon, Says Dems Invent ‘Conspiracies That Republicans Are Insurrectionists’
Lauren Boebert, who followed multiple QAnon conspiracy channels before deleting her YouTube account as she ran for Congress last year, has accused Democrats yesterday of coming up with “conspiracies that Republicans are insurrectionists.”