Throwback Thursday: “Bring It, Pelosi!”

Spoiler alert: she did.

8 Community Comments, Facebook Comments

  1. bullshit! says:

    I'm glad Coffman is out of office, but it would be kind of fund to watch him twisting himself like a pretzel to support Trump through impeachment.

  2. Genghis says:

    Oh man, those were the days!

    Speaking of throwbacks, remember how during the 2008 presidential campaign a McCain volunteer reported that a giant black man beat her up and carved a backward B on her face as punishment for being a McCain supporter? The allegations were 100% fraudulent, of course, but they made for some good pumpkin art.

  3. RepealAndReplace says:

    Any word on how he is doing in his mayoral race?

     

    • JohnInDenver says:

      Aurora Sentinel had this after the last reporting deadline:

      Mike Coffman leads the pack having raised more than $542,000 so far. Ryan Frazier’s campaign reports $226,950 in contributions, Marsha Berzins’ campaign has raised $181,619.25, Omar Montgomery’s campaign has raised $128,003.27 and Renie Peterson’s campaign has raised just more than $11,000. 

       

      • kwtree says:

        Some of Coffman’s mayoral campaign cash is dirty, coming from funds raised by Russian organized crime associates of Guilani.

        A few GOP congressmen accepted these laundered foreign contributions, though why the national GOP would care about the Aurora Mayor’s race is an interesting question. Perhaps it’s just payment for Coffman’s unswerving loyalty to Trump as a Congressman.

         

  4. itlduso says:

    Thanks to my new Congressman Jason Crow who was part of the seven freshman Congressmen with security/military credentials who penned the op-ed about a month ago calling for this inquiry.  That really got the ball rolling.  Elections have consequences ( unless there is a Supreme Court nomination on the line).

    PS, Let’s be sure we have Rep Crow’s back during his re-election campaign.

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