Raymond Garcia, the GOP candidate who lost races in 2014 and 2016 for the District 1 seat in Colorado’s House of Representatives, is a person who will believe literally anything he reads on the internet and happily pass it on without vetting. In this case, he posts an old “news” story from 2016 claiming a Wikileaks release proves Hillary Clinton killed James Foster as if it is brand new.
If you’re looking to pop your Facebook bubble for a moment and take a peek at what’s circulating in the dark corners of the internet, look no further than the Facebook page of Tanne Blackburn, who’s the GOP chair of Douglas County.
Derrick Wilburn, vice chair of the Colorado Republican Party, will decide whether to run for state party chair later this month, after current GOP chair Steve House makes his decision on whether to seek re-election to the post.
OK, I admit I am a bit behind on my reading as I recently perused the April 30th edition of The Wall Street Journal. Albeit accidentally, it was a good exercise as I read David Greenberg’s extensive column comparing the Republicans’ situation on that date to that in 1976, to wit: “But as in 1976, there is ominous talk today that the GOP is in crisis — possibly headed for extinction, like the antebellum Whig Party.”
Trump backer George Athanasopoulos announces bid for state GOP chair In Trump era, what to do about Muslim haters on talk radio? From ColoradoPolitics.com: West Slope’s Brown, out of the legislature, might jump in guv’s race Colorado Christian University Professor: “If any of my students wear a safety pin and ask for a safe space, I will tear it off them and fail them in my class“ From The Gazette: Colorado GOP chair Steve House considers another gubernatorial run County Commissioner Mark Waller thinks anecdotal evidence is fine for he but not for thee