Rep. Patrick Neville (R-Castle Rock) mischaracterized a Colorado Department of Public Health (CDPHE) graph showing reported and estimated COVID cases, a CDPHE spokesperson confirmed.
Asked point-blank by a conservative talk radio host if she would denounce white supremacists and neo-Nazis, far-right pundit Michelle Malkin declined, saying instead she “denounces the denouncing.” Malkin’s embrace of white nationalist elements of the alt-right known as “Groypers,” led most mainstream conservative organizations to shun her.
Alt-right pundit Michelle Malkin agreed to appear on Craig Silverman’s show Saturday, but became defensive when he asked about her connections to Nick Fuentes and the “Groypers,” a far-right group of white nationalists that includes Holocaust deniers.
Conservative blogger and former Fox News contributor Michelle Malkin organized a rally in downtown Colorado Springs this past Sunday to “defend our monuments” and protest vandalism against statues.
Pundit Michelle Malkin is headlining an anti-vaccination rally at the Colorado Capitol on Sunday, in advance of a rare weekend committee hearing. Conservative activist group Concerned Colorado, which calls itself “a voice for families,” invited Malkin, along with anti-vaccine activist Robert Kennedy, Jr. to speak at the event.
The 2018 Conservative Political Action Conference kicked off today in Maryland. It features a lengthy list of speakers and panels, including NRA President Wayne LaPierre, Education Secretary Betsy DeVos and Vice President Mike Pence. You can watch the livestream here. Coloradans, though, may be more interested in tomorrow’s program, which not only features former Congressman Bob Beauprez interviewing two Trump cabinet members, but also two live events taking place locally at Lakewood’s Colorado Christian University. Tickets for the Friday events at CCU are available here. Here’s a rundown of all the Colorado-related events:
Talk radio show host’s personal story contrasts with conservative pundit’s views on reporting sexual harassment
Colorado’s conservative pundits are not a monolith when it comes to discussing recent allegations of a corporate culture at Fox News, which allegedly enabled years of sexual harassment by high-profile leaders and personalities at the network.