At the annual Colorado GOP Awards Banquet, held last month in Pueblo, the state party gave its top awards to Republicans who have fostered debunked conspiracy theories about how the 2020 presidential election was fraudulent.
Colorado Election Fraud Group Is Training Conspiracists in Other States to Knock Doors in Search of ‘Phantom Ballots’
Election conspiracists in Colorado who pioneered a field campaign that involves volunteers, some of whom are potentially armed, going door-to-door in search of phantom ballots, are now helping to export that tactic across the country, perhaps in as many as 30 states.
Election Conspiracists’ Door-to-Door Campaign Spurs CO Secretary of State Advisory on Rights, Security
In response to an election fraud conspiracy group’s door-to-door campaign seeking information from voters, the Colorado Secretary of State’s office issued a news release yesterday informing Coloradans of their civil rights and suggesting options for appropriate responses to the canvassers in order to protect voters’ privacy.
For nearly two hours last night, Fremont County Clerk & Recorder Justin Grantham patiently explained the election process to a packed house of around 90 constituents.
In an interview last week with conspiracy theorist Alex Jones, MyPillow CEO Mike Lindell confirmed the Colorado Times Recorder’s previous reporting that embattled Mesa County, Colorado, Clerk Tina Peters flew to Lindell’s election fraud conference on the millionaire’s private jet.
Members of a QAnon-linked election fraud conspiracy group — some of whom are armed — are knocking on doors of voters across Colorado, attempting to find evidence of voter fraud.
Mesa County Clerk Almost Certainly Took My Pillow CEO’s Private Jet to Election Conspiracy Conference
“Cuz we’re leaving on (private) jet plane. Details to come… #TruthWillAlwaysPrevail”