Joshi falsely touted his qualifications as a physician throughout his political career.
Three years ago Chuck Bonniwell was fired from his radio gig after joking on-air that the Trump impeachment hearing was so boring, “it makes you wish for a nice school shooting.”
Media Is a ‘Shadow Government’ That’s ‘Helping the Socialist-Communist Party,’ Says CO Congressional Candidate
Media outlets have labeled Lori Saine, a Republican running to represent Colorado’s new congressional district, a “conservative firebrand,” an epithet that she seemed to embrace during an appearance on a conservative podcast earlier this month.
Who Did — and Did Not — Attend El Paso County GOP’s Marjorie Taylor Greene Fundraiser Stirs Up Right-Wing Activists
Last Friday, Aug. 6, the El Paso County GOP hosted its annual fundraising event in Colorado Springs, a Lincoln Day Dinner featuring their top-billed speaker, controversial and embattled U. S. Representative Marjorie Taylor Greene (R-GA).
You may remember Denver talk radio host Chuck Bonniwell, who got fired for joking that a “nice school shooting” was needed to break up the boredom of the impeachment hearings.
Colorado Citizen Press, an anonymous ultra-conservative blog, is sponsoring the Chuck and Julie Show, a right-wing podcast with hosts Chuck Bonniwell and Julie Hayden, who burst into the national media late last year after Bonniwell joked on KNUS radio that a “nice school shooting” was needed to break up the “never-ending” impeachment hearings.
The management of a Denver radio station has canceled its Chuck and Julie show, after co-host Chuck Bonniwell said on air that the “never-ending impeachment of Donald Trump” makes "you wish for a nice school shooting to interrupt the monopoly.”
What’s your best underworld source for unfiltered Trump-infused criticism of Colorado’s Republican Party?
A longtime nonpartisan political analyst predicted Monday that Colorado Sen. Cory Gardner’s endorsement of Trump has “shut the door” on any efforts to primary the first-term Republican prior to his expected re-election bid in 2020.
Political observers were left scratching their heads last week over why Walker Stapleton, who’s Colorado’s Republican candidate for governor, would appear at a fundraising event with former Congressman Tom Tancredo, whose views on undocumented immigrants (kick them out), Mecca (bomb it), abortion (ban it) and much more don’t align with the swing voter sensibility that most rational candidates aim to mimic in a general election like the one coming up in November.