During a segment of his KNUS radio show Tuesday, former district attorney George Brauchler defended his choice to vote for former president Donald Trump, in both the 2016 and 2020 elections, on the grounds that Trump would protect the U.S from ‘Chicoms’, a slang term for Chinese Communists, and from immigrants seeking citizenship in the United States.
CU Boulder Police Department Fires Officer Over Racist, Anti-Homeless Reddit Posts
Last week the University of Colorado Boulder Police Department (CUPD) issued a statement notifying that they had fired Officer Drew Matthews.
What’s wrong with the Manitou Cliff Dwellings Museum and Preserve?
by Miles W. Griffis, High Country News
Offer Government Services Only in English, Says Colorado GOP Senate Candidate
Peter Yu, a Republican candidate to unseat U.S. Sen. Michael Bennet (D-CO) in 2022, said last month that he supports providing federal government services exclusively in English.
Does Ganahl Share Prager’s View That It’s ‘Idiotic’ That ‘You Can’t Say The N-Word’?
Heidi Ganahl’s campaign for governor is facing controversy as she deals with a potential COVID-19 outbreak at a recent campaign event featuring right-wing media personality Dennis Prager, who tested positive for the virus this week after saying he’d been trying to catch it in order to gain immunity in lieu of getting vaccinated.
GOP U.S. Senate Candidate Says He Was Referring to Dem Behavior When He Said, “This Racism Thing? It’s a Lie.”
On July 20, Republican U.S. Senate candidate Peter Yu spoke at a campaign event in Golden where he said hate crimes against Asian-Americans were being exaggerated for political gain by Democrats.
CO Legislator Says His Comment “We Have Allowed The Weeds to Overwhelm The Garden” Refers to Socialism not Immigrants
Colorado state Rep. Mark Baisley’s (R-Roxborough Park) recent Facebook post about the number of immigrants crossing the nation’s southern border every month led a commenter to invoke a white nationalist conspiracy theory known as the “great replacement.”
A Response to Mark McCallister
Today in the Grand Junction Daily Sentinel, city council candidate Mark McCallister called a year-old report of ours on his Facebook activity “baseless.”
The Nazi in Boebert’s Parler
Far-right social media site Parler returned to the Internet this weekend and judging by a comment on Colorado Congresswoman Lauren Boebert’s page, it still has a Nazi problem.
Univ. of Colo. Regent Heidi Ganahl Uses Far-Right Social Media Sites That Allow Bigotry & Misinformation
UPDATE: On Jan. 13, Ganahl started posting from the Gab account she created over three years ago. She has since posted three times over the past week. Since our reporting Ganahl also unfollowed QAnon conspiracy theorist Mike Cernovich and Ivanka Trump, adding Gab CEO Andrew Torba instead.