BIRTHERISM! Colorado Lawmaker More Interested In Obama’s “Secret” Past Than Trump’s Tax Returns

(Promoted by Colorado Pols)

Colorado State Rep. Judy Reyher (R-Swink) is “much more interested” in Obama’s alleged “secret” past than she is in seeing Trump’s tax returns.

“Call me a birther,” Reyher wrote on Facebook this week, “but I still wonder why Obama’s past is such a well kept secret. We only know what the Democrats have released. I am much more interested in that secret than I am in President Trump’s tax returns.”

With those birther views, which have been totally proven false, you might wonder where Reyher gets her news. She answered that question in another post this week.

“My news source is my gut and the truth,” she wrote, later adding that “no one has yet proven that Obama ever taught a single class nor that he actually graduated from a university.”

“I read a great deal, and I get my sources from a lot of different places.”

Reyher, who did not immediately return a call for comment, was defeated in a June primary by a Republican opponent, Don Bendell, who accused her of being a weak candidate. He loss means she will exit her seat next year.

Reyer said Bendell can’t win his Pueblo area race against Democrat Bri Buentello, after Brendell acknowledged not paying child support for 17 years.

Reyher was the center of a controversy about previous Facebook posts. In one, she called African-Americans “hatred filled beings,” but she steadfastly denies being a racist.

5 Community Comments, Facebook Comments

  1. Conserv. Head Banger says:

    Ms. Reyher evidently does not watch Fox News. Way back in 2009, Bill O'Reilly completely debunked the "birther thing" on his show.

    As to anything else she mentions, how is that relevant now? Obama is history. Trump is the here and now. Maybe Ms. Reyher can tell us why Trump groveled, scraped, and bowed before Putin in Helsinki. That impressed me as Darth Vader bowing before his master, the emperor, in Star Wars.

Leave a Reply

Comment from your Facebook account

You may comment with your Colorado Pols account above (click here to register), or via Facebook below.