Following the lead of Trump administration officials and campaign staff, several Colorado Republicans are joining the conservative social media site Parler, which is best known for allowing users to post misinformation or extreme statements typically blocked by Twitter or Facebook.
Like most political ads, Weld Strong’s video attacking state Rep. Perry Buck (R-Windsor) doesn’t pull any punches. Calling her an “empty seat in the state legislature,” the narrator says she has “no accomplishments” as an elected official and that while in office she was merely “waiting for her next job as Weld County Commissioner.”
U.S. Rep. Ken Buck (R-CO) isn’t wearing masks on airplanes, but he’s suggested people might start wearing masks to work soon. And he wore one recently at a food drive. What gives?
When it comes to social distancing to prevent the spread of the coronavirus, Congressman Ken Buck (R-CO4) appears to be taking a “do as I say, not as I do” approach. While he has said people should try to avoid publics places for the next months, and that “elderly Americans…should be concerned” about the coronavirus, he is also still attending group events and has been photographed shaking hands with senior citizens.
U.S. Rep. Ken Buck, the leader of Colorado’s Republican Party, says he knows that there are “a few Democrat senators who are seriously considering voting to acquit in this situation.”
In a legal brief submitted to the U.S. Supreme Court last week, three of the four Republicans in Colorado’s congressional delegation joined over 200 federal lawmakers in urging the court to reconsider the constitutional right to an abortion.
Speaking on Greeley radio KFKA yesterday, U.S. Rep. Ken Buck of northern Colorado said the "really scary part" about the impeachment process is that "there really is a deep state," and he pledged to fight back in part by taking a "very hard" look at pay raises and other benefits for federal employees and "job security" of "senior bureaucrats" in the executive branch.
Maureen Dowd of the New York Times spotlighted Buck as having the "most twisted" defense of opposing an aspect of impeachment.
At a time when the number of uninsured in the United States is rising again, the very hospitals that take on the job of treating those without coverage are facing $4 billion in federal cuts nationally.