Colorado Recall Gets Nasty: Hudak Supporters Threaten to Kill Recall Supporters

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.

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  1. avatar RockOnHellChild says:

    He forgot to say its for the children…

  2. avatar watchmenlewis says:

    political power comes from the end of a gun – Moa

    Commie tards

    1. avatar Samuel Leoon Suggs says:

      I thought it was “flows from the barrel of a” but they are probly both accurate translations.

    2. avatar Stinkeye says:

      Moa said that? Pretty insightful observation for a giant flightless bird.

      1. avatar Dr. Kenneth Noisewater says:

        Naah, minutes of angle did..

      2. avatar PNG says:

        Not to mention extinct.

  3. avatar Hinshelworld says:

    Any word on how close they are to the number of signatures needed?

    1. avatar rosignol says:

      Dunno, but I hope they beat the target by at least 20%. One of the ways to sabotage a petition is for opponents to sign with bogus information- the petition supporters think they’ve met the requirement, submit the paperwork, and the verification determines they didn’t meet the required # of signatures after all.

  4. avatar Daniel Raidt says:

    Should we be surprised ?

  5. avatar Anmut says:

    Liberals and progressives don’t want the rest of us to have guns for this exact reason… they don’t trust themselves with them.

    1. avatar peirsonb says:

      Someone explained the difference to me like this:

      A conservative says: I don’t like that, I’m not going to do it.

      A liberal says: I don’t like that, YOU’RE not going to do it.

      1. avatar Herb says:

        When you want a conservative’s opinion, you ask, “What do you think about that?”

        IF you want a liberal’s opinion, you ask, “How does that make you feel?”

      2. avatar Rich Grise says:

        You’ve got the conservative part wrong. It’s the Conservatives who say: “I don’t like that, YOU’RE not going to do it.” (see recreational drugs, prostitution, gays in general, reproductive choice, etc. etc.etc.)

        The liberals are merely clueless simpletons who want you to unquestioningly pay their bills.

      3. avatar Evan says:

        This is true in many ways, but often conservatives, at least those representing in our different levels of government, flip this around when it comes to different things. An example of this is gay marriage, in this case the conservatives are saying that others can’t do it because they don’t like it.

        As Rich said above.

        1. avatar Rich Grise says:

          It’s a lot more than gay marriage. On that, the proper answer is to get the government completely out of any voluntary transaction between two individuals, as long as that transaction harms no one else. (if you want your dominatrix to hurt you and beat you and make you write bad checks, it’s not anybody else’s business.) Especially enforcing what’s really nothing but a religious ritual. And there’s the Bloodthirsty Warmonger faction, and the Women Are Chattel Property faction, and the Reefer Madness faction, all of whom are anathema to Liberty.

          And also please, please, please remember – allowed does NOT mean required.

  6. avatar ready,fire,aim says:

    I would have had that clown arrested it’s on tape

    1. avatar Rich Grise says:

      Once,when I was spending the weekend in the drunk tank (in Minnesnowta), one of my roommates said that he was in for “making terroristic threats.” Does threatening to murder people fit in the “fire in a crowded theater” category?

      For those who care, I had been busted for having eight one-ounce bags of pot, with “intent to distribute.” Interestingly, at my arraignment, the pot had vanished without a trace and they fined me for having strong beer in the park.

      1. avatar JaredFromTampa says:

        You got arrested with a half pound of pot, and you got off with a slap on the wrist? Holy crap. You must be the luckiest bastard on the face of the planet. In Florida you’d be doing 15-20.

        Also, I think the term is “Simple Assault.” But I’m neither a lawyer, nor did I stay at a Holiday Inn Express anytime recently.

        1. avatar Wiregrass says:

          I think he is saying the evidence somehow got lost in the evidence room.

        2. avatar JaredFromTampa says:

          Yeah, I got that, it is an amazingly fortuitous happening. Mr. Grise should have played the lotto the minute they let him out.

        3. avatar Rich Grise says:

          This was in the 1970’s, before the Lotto was invented. And I have a different view of luck – I think it used up my allocation of good luck for quite some time. )-;

        4. avatar Rich Grise says:

          The operative word here being “vanished,” like vanished into the pockets of the stoner cops. 😉 I was wearing a T-shirt that said, “Beer drinkers get more head.” I turned it inside-out to appear in front of the judge. This was in the late 1970’s, when there was kind of a “look the other way” attitude going around anyway.

  7. avatar Will says:

    On the premise what has been said is true… We got people committing terroristic threatening AND slandering/defamation of character of the signature gatherers. All the more reason these two-bit cronies should be ousted… plus criminal/civil charges.

  8. avatar Rick says:

    Yup it’s the liberals that carry out the violence,whether it be tree huggers,bunny huggers,anti abortion groups,environmentallits,union rabble rousers,race baiters,or government agencies,or for that matter mass murderers they have one thing in common.They are liberal when it comes to politics. You know, Demoncrats

    1. avatar David PA/NJ says:

      Aren’t most anti-abortion terrorists religious conservatives? Or are they religiously conservative liberals? idk

      1. avatar OldBenTurninginGrave says:

        “most” implies that they are numerous. How many can you name?

        1. avatar Rich Grise says:

          Well, I doubt if there are very many at all that are actual terrorists (one is too many), but to name any of a number of anti-choice religious conservatives, just take a look at any right-wing rag.

          The chilling thing is the Hippocratic Oath. I googled that once, looking for that famous “first, do no harm” clause, and didn’t find it, but I did see an explicit prohibition of abortion. This makes sense in its own way because since time immemorial, throughout cultures, women have been chattel property. The father “gives away” the bride, and so on. That’s why they’re such rabid homophobes, too. It’s only been recently, an eyeblink in history, signified by the Suffragist movement, that women’s very humanity and self-ownership has started to be recognized. The slaves got the vote before women did, for Heaven’s sakes! That’s why seeing so many women tool up brings tears of joy to my eyes.

          You should hear some of my pro-liberty tirades! But, bottom line, the inside of another person’s body is outside anyone else’s jurisdiction. And I can’t understand the correlation between the Bible-thumpers and the “fetuses are people, but their hosts aren’t” crowd, given Genesis 2:7 – “Then the LORD God formed a man from the dust of the ground and breathed into his nostrils the breath of life, and the man became a living being.”. Breath of Life => Human Being. QED

  9. avatar Milsurp Collector says:

    The “party of tolerance” at its finest.

  10. avatar benny says:

    Were any charges filed for this? I mean, its on tape! Kinda hard to double talk damning evidence.

  11. avatar ChuckN says:

    I’m shocked. Just shocked. Really.

  12. avatar Treedodger says:

    I live in SC, but just donated another $50 to the Recall Hudak organization on behalf of this moron. This will have national ramifications especially on the heals of the earlier two recalls prior to 2014 mid-term elections. How about a few matches of any amount?

    https://causes.anedot.com/recall-hudak-too

  13. avatar DirgeNYS says:

    Ok, NOW we can nail them for voter suppression? And while we’re at it, let’s add slander and assault to the charges.

    1. avatar Jus Bill says:

      Hold the phone! Voter suppression is a Federal beef. Do you think Holder’s DOJ would devote one second to investigating this?

      1. avatar OldBenTurninginGrave says:

        There are no corresponding State laws that deal with elections for State offices? That would surprise me a bit.

  14. avatar Rick says:

    How could I have forgotten anti second amendment haters who by the way have to go home to get THEIR GUN to kill republicans

  15. avatar DisThunder says:

    That guy was about as threatening as a stray cat. But the robocall thing is really sneaky and dangerous.

    And if they have Robocop on their side….good God.

    1. avatar Jus Bill says:

      They learned the robocall trick from Merryland.

    2. avatar Avid Reader says:

      They’re also using door hangers on in the neighborhoods claiming that convicted felons are carrying the pro-recall petitions. Classic dirty pool.

  16. avatar Blue says:

    That guy sounds like they could be a prohibited person or should be.

  17. avatar Ralph says:

    I wouldn’t be frightened by a threat from Evie Hudak. Now, if Nancy Pelosi threatened me, I’d crap in my Underoos. That beyotch is just plain scary.

  18. avatar crazyteddy36 says:

    I’m curios to how the people without guns plan on killing people with guns? Am I going to be hugged to death or will their unshowered stench just kill me?

    1. avatar Jeff says:

      oh you misunderstand. a lot of them have guns, but because you’re not politically aligned with them, it’s not OK for you to have guns. additionally, these people DO draw a distinction between, say, a mere revolver and an AK. it’s OK for them to own their little six-shooter. it’s OK for them to make violent threats against you, because in this guy’s mind, YOU’RE already the one who’s the extremist. however it’s not OK for you to own that AK with a 30-round magazine. you might just shoot down an airplane..

  19. avatar Rick says:

    Ralph, if Evil Hudac had me pinned down with intent to sexually abuse me I might turn my gun on myself if I couldn’t get a shot on her. A grim scenario indeed

    1. avatar Ralph says:

      Evie Hudak in full estrus? Geez, that’s a Stephen King thought right there. Have you ever considered writing horror novels for a living?

  20. avatar Chris C says:

    Just donated!!!!! Come on guys and gals recalling this Witch helps us all. If my broke college student a$& can donate so can you!!!

  21. avatar Rick says:

    Ok where do I donate $
    100.00

  22. avatar H.R. says:

    It’s already been stated above by the gentleman (or lady) from South Carolina, but anyone in any state can donate to the campaign to recall Hudak.

    I sold something to pay for a donation of $50 myself. I’ve never set foot in CO and have no family there, but the antis in CO have enormous financial backing. If you’re not willing to actually get in the fight now and oppose them with a few bucks of your own, then you’re nothing but hot air.

    Don’t just bitch on TTAG about how much you’d like to see something done. Do something yourself and make a donation.

    http://www.recallhudaktoo.org/

  23. avatar Anon says:

    I find it kind of odd that the minimum donation amount is $50. I was considering donating between $15 and $25.

    1. avatar Treedodger says:

      Use the “Other” field at the bottom of the amounts and just type in your amount. It will take any amount including cents.

      1. avatar Anon says:

        Ah, didn’t see that, thanks. I may donate about $30-40, and I’ll get the word out about this.

        1. avatar Anon says:

          So much for that idea; I’m not giving them my name, address, and phone number, nor my employer’s name (yes, I know that one is optional).

  24. avatar Cubby123 says:

    That’s A kill threat and we’ve got it on tape,time to arrest that ahole and make him stand trial.

  25. avatar Rick says:

    Ok donated my 100.00 from all the way down in Bama y’all come (with the money)

  26. avatar PNG says:

    Threats of violence from Hudak supporters? Good luck shooting voters with the guns they don’t have, or ripping them apart with the muscles they also don’t have!

  27. avatar Andy says:

    I believe the person threatening the gentleman on the bike sounded a lot like a member of the Black Panthers,which is actually a homegrown terrorist group but not recognized as such by the federal government.Sure we have freedom of speech in this country,but we also have laws protecting the citizens from violence,the subject that threatened the by cycle rider broke the law,Assault by Threat.Yes the leftist s think it is fine for them to say or use whatever means to have things go their way,but that is not how they feel about anyone who does not go with their agenda,it is all about controlling everyone and everything.Be prepared and ready.Keep your powder dry.

    1. avatar Anon says:

      Racist much?

  28. avatar Aharon says:

    “the signature gatherers are criminals, and warning people to not answer the door for them”

    Is this the next dirty step in political campaigning? I can imagine several amusing and twisted rumors that can be spread about campaign workers who are on the political side of candidates opposed to my values.

  29. avatar Steve says:

    When things finally go south in this country, it will be people like THIS who better be in fear for their lives because they will be the first who are eliminated.

  30. avatar C.F.FRIDRICH says:

    THE THREAT WAS STUPID ! DON’T GET AS LOW AS THE SCUM SUCKING LIBERALS. IT DOES NOT HELP THE LEFT TO COMPREHEND THE what the highest court in the land has all ready ruled on NO STATE/ LOCAL GOVERNMENT HAS ANY RIGHT TO DO THAT…

    1. avatar Rich Grise says:

      Eh? What’s that? Can you shout a little louder please?
      </sarc>

  31. avatar ShaunL says:

    Liberals acting like a$$hole$, playing dirty and lying….. whooda thunk it?

  32. avatar Excedrine says:

    Heed this card-carrying union Democrat and future mass-murderer’s words well: this is,/b> exactly what gun control advocates want for us, and to do to us.

  33. avatar Pat says:

    Libtards (democrats) are weak. Smash them.

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