Citing his family’s concern for his safety, Colorado teenager Weston Imer resigned from his paid internship for Congresswoman Lauren Boebert (R-CO) after just six days. His brief time as a House staffer was cut short by the shocking insurrection attempt on Jan. 6 and the potential of more violence to come.
Angered by the Colorado Times Recorder and other outlets’ reporting on his group FEC United, businessman-turned-conservative-activist Joe Oltmann went hunting for proof that several Colorado journalists–including this one–are members of Antifa. During the course of his research, Oltmann insists, he found evidence that a top executive at one of the largest voting equipment companies in the nation rigged the presidential election.
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.”
A visiting scholar at the University of Colorado, who was recently praised as “fantastic” by the lone Republican who holds a statewide elected position in Colorado, stood by President Trump in the White House as he desperately tried to stop Congress from declaring Joe Biden the winner of the 2020 presidential election.
As Colorado Congresswoman Lauren Boebert captures the nation’s attention in the wake of last week’s violent insurrection at the U.S. Capitol, which critics allege she helped incite, it’s worth looking back to Boebert’s response to an event that can be seen as the canary in the coal mine for the Jan. 6 attack: this summer’s armed protest at the Michigan State Capitol.
Today’s announcement that metal detectors will now be used to ensure that guns are not brought onto the floor of the U.S. House spotlights U.S. Rep. Lauren Boebert’s (D-CO) request last year that U.S. Capitol Police provide her with access to a locker to store her gun while she’s on the House floor.
EAGLE-VAIL, Colo. – A pitched battle between private companies is being waged for control of a long-dormant rail line through the heart of the Colorado Rockies – in a flurry of recent federal filings, at least — but the real struggle may be for local hearts and minds along the route.
Lauren Boebert, the newly-elected Colorado Congresswoman who is facing calls to resign today over allegations that she helped incite the Jan. 6 insurrection at the U.S. Capitol, has a history of involvement with the extremist groups behind the event.
Rumors of a Republican statehouse leader considering a run for Congress have been circulating the Colorado Capitol for weeks now, but they focused on former House Minority Leader Patrick Neville. Now it looks like Neville’s former right-hand man, Rep. Kevin Van Winkle (R-Highland Ranch), is also thinking about federal office.
Colorado’s Senate Republican leader Chris Holbert is preaching the value of working collaboratively with members of the opposing party, citing his work with former State Rep. Fran Coleman, a Democrat, as evidence.