Is There Any Urban Myth Heidi Ganahl Won’t Believe?

Over at Republican gubernatorial candidate Hiedi Heidi Ganahl’s Facebook page, where the supportive comments over Ganahl’s campaign against the menace of “furries” clawing and hissing their way through the hallways of Colorado public schools are still flowing fast and furious, a whole new moral panic is taking shape over “pro-pedophilia” posters allegedly going up “all over” Denver:

A closer look:

Ordinarily a candidate wouldn’t bear any responsibility for unsourced claims posted as comments to their social media pages, but in this case Ganahl saw fit to personally respond with a supportive angry emoticon:

Unfortunately, just like the misbegotten “furry panic” that Ganahl refused against all pleading even from friends to let die, a brief bit of Googling could have saved Ganahl a great deal of embarrassment.

Because unless actor and leading right-wing Twitter blowhard James Woods time-traveled to Denver in the fall of 2022 and took this photo back with him to July of 2018, Ganahl and her excited supporters are being needlessly terrorized once again. This poster was allegedly found somewhere in Oregon over four years ago, and enjoyed a grand tour around conservative social media before settling into the “4chan meme stash” for future periodic recycling. The true origins were never verified, but it’s widely believed to have been a “false flag” prank meant to discredit the LGBTQ+ community.

And now it’s what Heidi Ganahl wants to talk about after the “furries!”

One awful parody to the next, folks. It truly is Ganahl’s campaign in a nutshell.

13 Community Comments, Facebook Comments

  1. bullshit! says:

    It never ends, does it? They just wait for their sheep to forget and then roll out the same stuff over and over.

  2. st0ry says:

    Heidi Ganahl, just another far right kook. Thank goodness she will never be governor of our state.

  3. Genghis says:


    Looking forward to election day, when we can start putting the Ganahlity of Evil behind us for keeps.

  4. Lauren Boebert is a Worthless POS says:

    She's channeling Anita Bryant from 1977. Save the children!

  5. Conserv. Head Banger says:

    Save the children!!!   (from Catholic priests)

    • Lauren Boebert is a Worthless POS says:

      "Save the children!!!  (from Catholic priests)"

      Something like that crossed my mind. When they started banning drag queens from coming into schools reading to children, does that mean no more priests in black cassocks or the cardinals in red dresses?

      Drag is drag, no?

  6. Lauren Boebert is a Worthless POS says:

    Empty G and her opponent are on CSPAN. She is going to town about the Democrat Party being the part of child abuse. She looks and sounds like she needs a rabies shot.

  7. JohnInDenver says:

    How many children are in the foster system and awaiting adoption?  Quite frankly, from the picture I see, I could easily understand the appeal to be for gays to be able to adopt. 

    A year ago, "The list of foster children who legally belong to the state of Colorado has 533 names."  from the awful stories of some (" a 15-year-old girl who has lived in 26 places since she went into foster care and became available for adoption at age 10."), it seems like there could well be some need for "love" — parental love — in the state.

  8. The realist says:

    Ganahl demonstrates over and over that she has NO good judgment. If she ever had any, it's long gone. 

    Folks, here's an election tip for you: Vote for candidates who can demonstrate they have GOOD JUDGMENT! You are voting for them to represent you, make decisions for you. You should want someone whose judgment is at least as good as yours.

  9. dwyer says:

    Yet, none of this appeared in her responses  when she debated Polis.  Never understand your opposition.

  10. Sparky says:

    Just absolute boomer Facebook meme brain diseased nonsense.

  11. MartinMark says:

    Polis is encouraging it.

    Uh-huh, that makes total sense.  I’m sure there’s an executive order, or something.

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