Sen. Cory Gardner’s complaints about the news media surfaced again Saturday, when KNUS host Randy Corporon put this question to the Colorado Republican:
Anti-Mask Posts on Facebook Pages for the Sake of Debate, Not as Official Position, Say Two Colo GOP Groups
Spokespeople for the Gunnison and Douglas County Republican Parties say they posted arguments against wearing masks on their official Facebook pages, not because they endorse those anti-mask positions but for the sake of argument.
Colorado state Reps. Jonathan Singer (D-Longmont) and Serena Gonzales-Gutierrez (D-Denver), along with local activist Sammie Leon Lawrence IV, hosted a virtual town hall yesterday to discuss Colorado’s police accountability legislation, which passed the legislature with bipartisan support and was signed into law by Gov. Jared Polis (D-CO) this month.
With Colorado Sen. Cory Gardner on record as saying nothing about Obamacare since well before the pandemic hit America–and Republicans in Washington pressing their case in the U.S. Supreme Court to have the national health care law overturned–activists stood outside of Gardner’s office in downtown Denver today and asked, “Where’s Gardner now?”
On June 22, Colorado Sen. Michael Bennet joined all his Democratic Senate colleagues in sending a letter to Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell (R-KY), calling on him to take up the American Dream and Promise Act (ADPA).
The Jefferson County Republican Party shared an image of a fake tweet on its Facebook page yesterday, but to its credit promptly removed the post after learning that the picture wasn’t real.
Conservative KOA radio host Mandy Connell said June 10 that face masks are unhelpful and uncomfortable as preventive measures for COVID-19.
Elbert County, Colorado, Republicans aren’t buying the news that Trump’s rally in Tulsa over the weekend was a bust, with lots of empty seats, amid speculation that Trump supporters were scared they might catch COVID-19 at the much-publicized event.
A conservative activist, once regarded in Colorado as a partisan Republican, is now saying Trump has “failed in even the simplest of pursuits in his role,” and wants the president defeated in November.
Has the pandemic made U.S. Sen. Cory Gardner re-think his longstanding opposition to the Affordable Care Act?