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June 12, 2024 11:14 AM UTC

Not All Republicans Are Calling For Dave Williams' Head

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Ex-Rep. Tim Leonard (R).

As the standoff over Colorado Republican Party chairman and congressional candidate Dave “Let’s Go Brandon” Williams’ kleptocratic leadership and attention-seeking appeals to hatred meant to distract and confound his critics barrels toward an as-yet unknown resolution, we’re seeing some pushback now from Christian conservatives who may be in a position to defend Williams in any upcoming vote by the Colorado GOP central committee to remove him.

Responding to Jefferson County GOP chairwoman Nancy Pallozzi’s call for a vote to oust Williams, here’s former GOP state Rep. Tim Leonard, who sits on the party’s central committee, slamming the backlash against “Mr. William’s strong words against disordered behavior and the destruction of the natural innocence of children.”

[T]he…strongest objection is they seek to divide Republicans on a platform issue denouncing deviant sexual behavior. This purposely ambiguous statement in their June 7th press release states their definite reason for recommending the resignation of the Chair: “a very divisive email message that is not in alignment with the voices of over one million Republicans and Conservatives in the state of Colorado.” Chairman Williams’ email was a direct and targeted condemnation for the radical left’s steady goal of the normalization of deviant sexual behavior and disordered gender identity. He denounced pedophilia, grooming, castration, mutilation, lewd behavior at homosexual parades, and drag shows for children.

It is appalling that a county chair would seek the resignation of anyone who defends this important moral issue. Chairman Williams’ position is directly supported in the Republican Party platform and should be wholeheartedly supported by GOP county chairs and never castigated. He did exactly what a State Chairman ought to do: come on the offense for the offensive actions of the radical Democrat Party.

“Kind and Gentle” Republicans don’t do this. They don’t call out sin because we all are sinners; they don’t speak out about deviant behavior because who are we to judge; and they don’t stand up to groomers because, at best, they are oblivious of the battle of good and evil, or at worst, they are scared of it.

Leonard concludes sermonishly:

Each of us is called to be valiant in times of turmoil, and God knows we are in turbulent times. We must support those who speak Truth in Strength. Dave Williams is speaking directly into the face of those with evil intentions – let us not distract him, but support him.

Of course, those familiar with ex-Rep. Leonard’s history are aware he has fallen somewhat personally short of a “family values” role model, having served jail time for contempt of court over a petty dispute with his ex-wife regarding their kids’ education. Leonard also tried unsuccessfully to claim the “hardship” of serving in the legislature as an excuse to reduce his child support obligations. Despite this, Leonard remains a member of the central committee and sufficiently influential in the party that he’ll be an important factor in Williams’ corner if and when the central committee is called upon to vote on Williams’ future.

Birds of a feather, however distasteful, stick together. And the uncomfortable truth is, Dave Williams speaks for more Republicans than any Republican calling for Williams’ head is willing to admit.

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