Monday evening’s meeting of Keep Colorado Free & Open, a group opposing public-health restrictions, was a tough room for any elected official, but especially a law enforcement officer, even one as conservative as Weld County Sheriff Steve Reams.
Sheriff Steve Reams
Man Arrested for Bomb Possession Testified at Capitol That He’d Defend Gun Rights “Regardless of Cost”
One of the pipe bombs Bunn told the FBI he made. On May 1, the FBI arrested a Loveland man who was armed with pipe bombs and planning to stage an open-carry protest at the Colorado Capitol during an already planned anti-shutdown rally.
Sheriff Steve Reams is the top public safety official in Weld County, Colorado. Yet even after his county declared a pandemic health emergency last week, the coronavirus isn’t his top concern. Reams is worried about socialism.
Ted Nugent – the Detroit-bred garage rocker turned conservative mouthpiece – is a surreal character.
On Friday, Ted Nugent was the main attraction at a rally-fundraiser for Weld County Sheriff Steve Reams' re-election bid. As usual, controversy surrounded the rock star who used a racial epithet to describe Japanese people in a speech that also touched on World War II, urban decay and labor.
Weld County Sheriff Steve Reams sympathizes with Cliven Bundy in his armed standoff against the federal government and compared that situation to Colorado gun rights activists opposed to the recently passed “red flag” bill.