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.
Hate Cake Provocateur Enters Race for Castle Rock State Rep.
Bill Jack, a Christian educator from Castle Rock, has announced his candidacy for the Colorado General Assembly, having been recruited by the current incumbent of his prospective seat.
Former CU Scholar Eastman Says His Lawsuit Won’t Affect This Year’s Open Primaries
Appearing on conservative talk radio station KLZ 56O-AM on Friday with host Kim Monson, former Trump attorney John Eastman said that the lawsuit he expects to file for the Colorado Republican Party against the state of Colorado to challenge the state’s open primary law will not impact this year’s primary elections, so unaffiliated voters can join Republicans in selecting the GOP nominees for November’s general election.
Trump Attorney Eastman Is Fundraising for His Lawsuit Against CU & Other Legal Battles
Attorney John Eastman, the architect of former President Trump’s failed attempt to have Vice President Mike Pence block the certification of the 2020 presidential election results, is looking for donations — apparently targeting Christians in particular — to fund his legal fights, including his lawsuit against the University of Colorado (CU) and the state of Colorado
Insurrectionist Trump Attorney Eastman To File GOP Lawsuit Against CO Over Open Primary Law
Colorado’s Republican National Committeeman Randy Corporon announced on his KNUS radio show Saturday that he and John Eastman, the embattled Trump attorney and plaintiff in a lawsuit against the University of Colorado, will announce on Friday their filing of a new lawsuit against the state of Colorado over the voter-approved constitutional statute mandating open primary elections for the two major parties.
CO GOP Chairwoman Is Inaugural Guest on Podcast of Former QAnon Candidate
Colorado’s Republican Party chairwoman navigated some rough press last year, after it was revealed she previously served as president of far-right conspiracist group FEC United, which has its own militia. She has since attempted to distance herself from that group, but is apparently still willing to do public events with other conspiracists.
Fourth GOP Lawmaker in CO Regrets Vote Expressing Support for Election-Fraud Conspiracies
Joining three of his Republican colleagues, Rep. Mark Baisley of Roxborough Park admitted in a radio interview last week that he made a mistake — in part due to a failed plan by “disjointed” state House Republicans — in supporting GOP amendments validating baseless election conspiracies.
In Transphobic Email, Ganahl Falsely Claims CO School Board Adopted Policies Without Public Input
In a transphobic fundraising email to supporters, Heidi Ganahl, the Republican frontrunner in this year’s race for Colorado governor, falsely claims that an Adams County school district instituted policies, allowing high school students to stipulate their gender at school, “without being voted on or put on the agenda for public notice and comment.”
At Rally, Christian Univ Prez Falsely Claims CO Lawmakers Want to Protect Abortion ‘Even After Birth, if Necessary’
This year’s Colorado Celebrate Life Rally commenced on the west steps of the Colorado Capitol Saturday afternoon with large crowds gathering and carrying signs with anti-abortion slogans, emboldened by the Supreme Court’s recent decision to hear arguments in a Mississippi case that threatens to reverse a 50-year precedent of federally protected access to abortion vis-à-vis 1973’s Roe v. Wade decision.
‘They Want to Silence Us’ – Boebert Says Twitter Is Propaganda, Excited for Trump Social Media Site
Appearing on KNUS conservative talk radio Saturday, U.S. Rep. Lauren Boebert (R-CO) told host Randy Corporon that she believes Twitter — along with local news and mainstream media stations — to be “propaganda” while celebrating rival alternative social media sites, including Donald Trump’s anticipated venture to be called Truth Social, and the six-month-old site GETTR, launched by former Trump aide, Jason Miller.