“We Are The Storm!” proclaims the digital flyer for tomorrow’s noon rally at the Colorado Capitol to overturn the presidential election, invoking the QAnon conspiracist slogan.
Republican state Senate candidate Lynn Gerber took to Facebook over the weekend to dispute reports that she supports the QAnon conspiracy theory.
There’s very little daylight between the wide-ranging insane conspiracy theories favored by the QAnon cult and a long, historical narrative of anti-Semitism.
Over the past few weeks, Colorado’s Human Trafficking Hotline has been very busy. An increased number of callers are reaching out, many of them believing they’ve witnessed perpetrators or victims. The Laboratory to Combat Human Trafficking (LCHT) is a Denver-based nonprofit that operates the hotline and runs other programs, including training first responders to identify possible signs of trafficking.
Below are comments in response to the Colorado Times Recorder’s article last month titled, “State Senate Candidate Lynn Gerber is Latest CO Republican to Support QAnon”
Another Colorado Republican state legislative candidate has joined the ranks of public QAnon supporters.
A spokeswoman for Republican congressional candidate Lauren Boebert on Tuesday tried to definitively stomp out the embers of the QAnon conspiracy fire that’s been singing the Rifle restauranteur’s campaign for months, even as a new brush fire cropped up concerning the Greek citizenship of beloved Hollywood star Tom Hanks.
Colorado Republican candidates join event organizers in sharing fake conspiracies about child sex slaves. Organizers of a planned Friday afternoon march through downtown Denver to oppose child sex trafficking are promoting debunked QAnon conspiracy theories involving a ring of elite Democratic pedophiles.