“The Left is attempting to cancel an important voice for liberty — The Epoch Times newspaper,” wrote Colorado Congressman Ken Buck in a fundraising email today, spotlighting Buck’s claim that The Epoch Times had its U.S. House Gallery press credentials revoked.
Colorado’s elected Republican leaders apparently aren’t posting as much fake news as they once did on Facebook.
With Comment About Congress Requiring “Anal Swabs for COVID Testing,” Boebert Flails To Get Attention
Last week, in an interview on KHOW radio, Congresswoman Lauren Boebert (R-CO) was asked about the metal detectors Democrats have set up to keep Boebert and other U.S. Representatives from carrying their guns onto the House floor, where firearms aren’t allowed.
You might have thought Tom Tancredo would never be dethroned as Colorado’s king of political media spectacles, but he’s been surpassed by Lauren Boebert.
Scott Gessler, a candidate to lead the Colorado Republican Party, recently bragged about how media savvy he is, claiming credit for getting Colorado Public Radio to run a story critical of a top Colorado Democrat.
Multiple national media outlets pointed out last week that Colorado Congresswoman Lauren Boebert’s oft-repeated story about why she carries a gun is a falsehood.
Jonathan Lockwood is the only candidate running to lead Colorado’s Republican Party who: 1. voted against Trump; 2. denounces Qanon; 3. accepts the results of the presidential election.
Former Colorado Republican lawmaker Lois Landgraf is directing a new candidate training program that’s searching for conservatives who can actually win in Colorado.
Right-wing activist Sherronna Bishop was U.S. Rep. Lauren Boebert’s (R-CO) campaign manager when she ousted then-Congressman Scott Tipton in Colorado’s Republican primary in June.
U.S. Rep. Lauren Boebert (R-CO) actually deserves much more than the $22,260 she had initially paid herself for miles-driven during her successful election campaign, says her former campaign manager.