Far-left liberal ‘reporter’ Chase Woodruff was denied entry to the 2022 Colorado Republican Assembly by Colorado GOP Executive Director Joe Jackson and by Alex Kuehler, southwest communications director for the Republican National Committee.
Under Colorado GOP Chairwoman Kristi Burton Brown, the Colorado Republican Party has been unafraid to push back against members of the liberal media – and in this case push back against a Democratic operative LARPing as a reporter.
According to Business Insider, LARPing is an activity similar to Dungeons and Dragons, another popular fantasy game played all across the world:
It stands for Live Action Role Playing, and it involves people creating characters and acting out various fictional scenarios in real life.
We’re not sure why members of the liberal media funded by billionaires like George Soros are so intent on pretending to be journalists, but COGOP Executive Director Joe Jackson is right to call Newsline a “partisan Democrat organization”.
If you don’t believe us, just read this recent Axios piece profiling Campfire Colorado:
“The other side: In blue-leaning Colorado, the conservative effort is playing catchup to Democrats and liberal organizations that began producing partisan content years ago.
The latest iterations are the Colorado Times Recorder, a liberal news site, and Colorado Newsline, which is funded by organizations that back Democratic causes.”
If you missed our launch story on Chairwoman Kristi Burton Brown standing up to the liberal media for the last year, check it out HERE:
Colorado Republican Party Chairwoman, Kristi Burton Brown, is fearless when it comes to calling out liberal members of Colorado’s media and she did not hold back in an exclusive interview celebrating the launch of Campfire Colorado.
“We believe that there is a need for a true, online, conservative media outlet in Colorado,” Burton Brown responded when asked whether Colorado’s conservatives needed a voice in today’s media environment.