After once saying she hopes QAnon is “real,” Colorado congressional candidate Lauren Boebert now says she doesn’t “follow QAnon,” but she goes on to say, in multiple interviews, that government workers, whom she refers to as the “deep state,” appear to be “actively undermining President Trump.“
Saying that the people “being defended and being called Black Lives Matter and the victims of police brutality are not the stellar citizens of America,” a Colorado Springs talk radio host is praising a 17-year-old vigilante shooter in Kenosha, Wisconsin, who’s accused of killing two protesters.
The two Democratic state lawmakers from the Vail area are blasting Republican Colorado congressional candidate Lauren Boebert for legitimizing the debunked QAnon conspiracy theory that the FBI has designated a domestic terror threat since 2019.
EDITOR’S NOTE: In a detailed article about the birther and other views of KNUS talk radio host Randy Corporon, who’s a KNUS talk radio host and Republican National Convention Committeeman, CNN stated that it solicited a comment from Corporon but decided against publishing his comments because he demanded that his comments be included in their entirety or not at all. Below is a link to the CNN article as well as Corporon’s comments that CNN rejected, as posted on Corporon’s Facebook page and published here with his approval.
University of Colorado visiting scholar John Eastman landed in the national spotlight last week after speculating in a Newsweek op-ed that Democratic vice presidential candidate Kamala Harris might not be eligible to serve as vice president because her parents were possibly temporary visitors at the time of Harris’ birth.
CO State Lawmakers Cutter and Story Hold Town Hall to Discuss COVID-19 Situation in Jefferson County
Wednesday evening, State Rep. Lisa Cutter (D-Morrison) and state Sen. Tammy Story (D-Conifer) held a virtual town hall to update constituents on the COVID-19 situation in Jefferson County, as well as to answer questions.
A “Team Trump Bus” is touring northern Colorado today, and on it is John “TIG” Tiegen, who tweeted his unvarnished support for Kyle Rittenhouse, the Wisconsin teen accused of shooting three people at Kenosha protests yesterday.
Under the leadership of Eagle County Republicans Chair Kaye Ferry, the party continues to invite political extremists to the Vail Valley, which might explain why the local GOP currently has just one county elected official – Sheriff James van Beek — to its credit in recent years.