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December 16, 2020 02:29 PM UTC

Who The Hell Writes Ken Buck's Emails?

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  • by: Colorado Pols
Colorado GOP chairman Rep. Ken Buck (R).

As most readers know, Attorney General William Barr announced his resignation two days ago. The resignation takes effect later this month, but Colorado GOP chairman Ken Buck has high hopes that Barr might splash a mine in the water for incoming President Joe Biden on his way out the door. That at least is what Buck says in an email blast today urging Colorado Republicans to sign a petition calling for a special counsel to investigate presidential failson-elect Hunter Biden:

Our Party’s Chair, Congressman Ken Buck, has officially called on Attorney General Bill Barr to appoint a special counsel to investigate Hunter Biden’s corrupt business dealings…

Democrats didn’t want any bad news surfacing about Biden or his family close to the election, so they even went so far as to lock people out of their private social media accounts if they shared information about the Biden scandal.

Now folks, if Democrats suddenly having the power to “lock people out of their social media accounts” comes as a big surprise to you, you’re not alone! It’s one thing to allege that social media companies are censoring conservatives themselves, but the idea that Big Tech has simply handed the moderator keys over the to DNC is…well, that’s a new one. And, of course, completely insane.

We cannot let the Democrats try to cover up this scandal again. Justice must be delivered — and Bill Bar, as head of the Department of Justice, [Pols emphasis] must act immediately.

Then again, nobody is proofreading this stuff. So we’re clearly asking for too much with fact-checking.

Much like the GOP’s fake electors, here’s hoping Bill Bar comes through for Ken Buck.

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7 thoughts on “Who The Hell Writes Ken Buck’s Emails?

  1. JFC Ben Kuck. There’s been an (ongoing) investigation on this since 2018. That’s what has Dump’s dander up: Barr wouldn’t publicly acknowledge the investigation. 
     

    Don’t you have bigger things to worry about in our District? Like the Julesburg Jihad? 

  2. I’m fully in support of investigating Hunter Biden. But only if Donald Trump Jr., Ivanka Trump, Eric Trump, and Jared Kushner also are investigated at the same time.

    While we’re at it, let’s check into Hillary’s e-mails again, because it was Bill Barr’s DOJ that exonerated her. Let’s also investigate the use of private servers by Jared and Ivanka, and Trump’s own use of unsecured cell phones.

    1. He has become as useless to CD-4 agriculture as teats are to a boar (unless you’re in the camp that wants to continue our dependence on federal transfers of wealth).  Maybe he could take on the atrocities of China by empowering his own farmers with the tools to displace China’s tainted cotton crop with our newest agricultural crop: hemp? Focus his efforts on the next Farm Bill to give us the tools and develop the infrastructure to lead the world? 

      Based on newly discovered online documents, it provides the first clear picture of the potential scale of forced labour in the picking of a crop that accounts for a fifth of the world’s cotton supply and is used widely throughout the global fashion industry.

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