The day after her primary win, Colorado Republican gubernatorial nominee Heidi Ganahl gave an interview to Steve Bannon in which she credited her closer-than-expected victory to her “great team, including Boris and Brad,” referring to Boris Epshteyn and Brad Parscale. All three men at one time advised former President Trump. Bannon and Parscale ran his 2016 and 2020 campaigns, respectively. Epshteyn worked in the White House and on the campaigns, including as a legal advisor to the group, which also included Bannon, that worked to overturn the results of the 2020 election.
Ganahl Says She ‘Never Met’ Eastman, But in Their Email Exchange, She Wrote, ‘I’ve Heard Wonderful Things About You’
Heidi Ganahl, a Republican who’s running to be governor of Colorado, has stated multiple times that she “never met” John Eastman, who was a legal architect of Trump’s efforts to overturn the 2020 presidential election.
We’re Told They’re Privately Funded, But Some of CU’s ‘Conservative Scholars,’ Who Spread the Big Lie, Are Supported by Your Tax Dollars
Eastman The Benson Center has attracted national attention due to its association with John Eastman, the lawyer at the center of former President Donald Trump’s attempt to stage a coup after he lost the 2020 election.
University of Colorado Regent Heidi Ganahl wasn’t yet officially running for governor last August, but the room of Republican donors knew it was coming. Introducing her to the Lincoln Club of Colorado luncheon audience, emcee Kelly Sloan concluded by saying, “Of course, rumors persist about her future ambitions, which I will leave to her to address or not as she so chooses.”
Eastman Was on CU Payroll When He Formalized His Work With Trump And Wrote Memo on How To Steal Election
Former Trump lawyer John Eastman was on the payroll of the University of Colorado (CU) when he formally became a Trump lawyer and then wrote a widely discredited memo on how Trump could subvert the results of the 2020 presidential election.
Trump Lawyer Eastman: News Outlets Paid ‘People’ to Get Videos of Jan. 6 Violence ‘To Build False Narrative’
Former Trump Attorney John Eastman defended Jan. 6 insurrectionists Friday, saying they’d unknowingly crossed police barriers, which had been hidden in bushes by “people of questionable allegiance,” and streamed into the U.S. Capitol “taking pictures like tourists.”
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
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.
Former Colo GOP Legislator and Insurrectionist Lawyer Eastman Discussed Dems ‘Rigging’ Elections With Judges’ Help
In a June interview with insurrectionist and former University of Colorado professor John Eastman, former Colorado state legislator Matt Knoedler claimed that the election fraud conspiracy lawsuits Eastman was filing on behalf of President Trump were the same “kinds of legal battles” that Republicans in Colorado have been challenging for decades.