After a federal district court dismissed a lawsuit by Republican activists to close primary elections due to lack of standing of the complainants, attorney John Eastman is threatening to sue the Colorado Republican Party party to force it to join the lawsuit in order to revive it, with the hope of ultimately barring unaffiliated voters from participating in future GOP primaries.
AUDIO: Trump Attorney Eastman Partially Complies With Subpoena He Called a ‘Shredding’ of The Bill of Rights
In previously unreported comments from a radio interview, John Eastman said that the Jan. 6 investigators were egregiously “shredding four of ten of the Bill of Rights” in a “classic fishing expedition” in their quest to investigate causes and culpability for the Jan. 6 riots.
Former CU Scholar Eastman Says His Lawsuit Won’t Affect This Year’s Open Primaries
Appearing on conservative talk radio station KLZ 56O-AM on Friday with host Kim Monson, former Trump attorney John Eastman said that the lawsuit he expects to file for the Colorado Republican Party against the state of Colorado to challenge the state’s open primary law will not impact this year’s primary elections, so unaffiliated voters can join Republicans in selecting the GOP nominees for November’s general election.
Conservative Slate of Candidates Running for Douglas County School Board
A conservative slate of candidates, comprised of registered Republicans Becky Myers for district D, Mike Peterson for district B, Christy Williams for district E, and Kaylee Winegar for district G running for the nonpartisan Douglas County School Board has partisan support from the Colorado Republican Party and extremist groups.