In a video conference call earlier this month, Republican activists from across the state discussed ways to challenge Colorado primary election results by blocking their certification, while criticizing the state Republican Party leaders and candidates whom they deem to be “establishment” or Republicans in name only (RINOs).
After a federal district court dismissed a lawsuit by Republican activists to close primary elections due to lack of standing of the complainants, attorney John Eastman is threatening to sue the Colorado Republican Party party to force it to join the lawsuit in order to revive it, with the hope of ultimately barring unaffiliated voters from participating in future GOP primaries.
In Final Days of Session, Statehouse Dems Focused on Cutting Taxes and Costs of Health Care & Housing for Colorado Families
While the partisan debates around election integrity and reproductive justice bills grabbed headlines this legislative session, Democratic majorities in both chambers of the General Assembly are working to address Coloradans’ other pressing concerns following a second year of pandemic and a continuing upward trend in the cost of living.
AUDIO: Trump Attorney Eastman Partially Complies With Subpoena He Called a ‘Shredding’ of The Bill of Rights
In previously unreported comments from a radio interview, John Eastman said that the Jan. 6 investigators were egregiously “shredding four of ten of the Bill of Rights” in a “classic fishing expedition” in their quest to investigate causes and culpability for the Jan. 6 riots.
Following Saturday’s chaotic and combative GOP state assembly in Colorado Springs, Congressman Ken Buck (R-Colorado) said the GOP delegates who choose far-right extremist candidates “are not making rational decisions,” but rather are angry about “American weakness.”
Colorado GOP chair Kristi Burton Brown says selecting a venue for this Saturday’s Republican state assembly forced her to make a difficult choice between two evils for principled conservatives: banning guns or having to share vaccine status.
GOP Congresswoman Claims Boebert Doesn’t Attack Fellow Republicans Like Marjorie Taylor Greene Does. Not Really True.
In her short career, U.S. Rep. Lauren Boebert (R-CO) has demonstrated a record of publicly attacking fellow Republicans, despite being praised by one of her congressional caucus colleagues for not being divisive in the party with her remarks.
On the March 11 episode of his Conservative Daily podcast, CO extremist and election fraud conspiracist Joe Oltmann presented a video of Russian President Vladimir Putin giving a speech threatening the United States and Europe to end their “globalist plan” or else face God and Putin’s wrath. In a subsequent podcast from the same day, Oltmann admits the video is sourced from Russian propaganda but qualifies the validity of its content, suggesting it could be true.
After She Called for Indicted Election Official to End Campaign, CO Republican Party Chair Urged To Resign by GOP Leader
Following calls by Colorado Republican executive officers for Mesa County Clerk Tina Peters to suspend her statewide campaign for Secretary of State in response to a ten-count indictment filed against her, members of the GOP State Executive and State Central Committees are criticizing the move as a violation of neutrality in primary campaigns, and at least one is urging the GOP chair, Kristi Burton Brown, to resign or be removed from her position.
The United American Defense Force (UADF), a controversial Colorado group may be an illegal militia, prohibited by provisions in both Colorado statute and the U.S. Constitution, according to a national legal expert.