At an event yesterday intended to showcase the candidates whom the new conservative political group FEC United is supporting, founder Joe Oltmann threatened to dox journalists who report negatively about the group.
Kristi Burton Brown
FEC United, a new conservative political group, organized the Oct. 10 “Patriot Muster” rally in Denver’s Civic Center Park. The event turned deadly immediately after its conclusion when a private security guard hired by 9News to protect its reporters shot and killed a rally attendee who pepper sprayed him.
Joining fellow conservatives in staging “Stop the Madness” press conferences across the country today, Colorado Republicans battled freezing whether and an angry property manager to deliver a series of speeches calling on freshman Congressman Jason Crow, a Democrat who defeated Republican Mike Coffman last November, to “drop the impeachment inquiry.”
Colorado House Republican leader Patrick Neville of Castle Rock thinks “establishment Republicans” don’t support efforts to recall Democrats from office because the establishment Republicans aren’t “profiting from it.”
With Trump set to speak at the Air Force Academy graduation in Colo Springs May 30, the vice chair of Colorado’s Republican Party is helping to organize an effort to convince the president to rally with local Republicans, when he’s here.
“One of the things we have to do here in Colorado is talk about how the policies that our president has enacted benefit people here in Colorado and benefit our businesses,” Kristi Burton Brown, Vice Chair of the Colorado Republican Party, told KNUS host Chuck Bonniwell yesterday.