The third recall effort in Colorado is getting heated as the deadline for collecting signatures nears. Centennial State Dems are still reeling from the recall of two state senators over their votes in favor of increased gun control earlier this year. Now they’re scared you-know-whatless that a third recall could tip the balance of power in the senate and allow their shiny new felony-generation measures to be thrown under the bus. So it’s no surprise that Dems have upped the rhetorical heat against their uppity subjects who are trying to unseat their betters. Now some rights supporters are having their lives threatened by Democrats on the streets of their own hometown (as in the video above) . . .
Not only is the rhetoric heating up, but the Democrats are pulling out every trick in the book to try and stop the petitions from being signed. Reports are surfacing that Evie Hudak and her supporters are robo-calling homes in their districts with a message purporting to be a neighborhood safety announcement that implies that the signature gatherers are criminals, and warning people to not answer the door for them. And they’re supplementing the phone calls with door hangers driving home the same message.
It’s clear that Hudak and her supporters are willing to go to any lengths to keep the petitions from being signed, because they see the writing on the wall. And the only way for them to keep from being booted out of office the way Morse and Giron were by busting out the dirty tricks. They know they can’t win in a fair fight, so they’re using every dollar that Bloomberg and other out-of-state donor throw their way to keep the people from having the opportunity to cast their vote and make their voice heard.