Bastille Day, 2019
Trump Jr. was in the Mile High City on Friday, speaking to the annual conclave of the right-wing Western Conservative Summit. The WCS is sponsored by the Centennial Institute and Colorado Christian University, a conservative interdenominational Christian university. Former Colorado State Senate president (and failed gubernatorial candidate) Republican John Andrews, until recently the president of the Centennial Instiute (which is based at Colorado Christian University) was a key player in the development of the Western Conservative Summit.
The Centennial State’s openly gay Governor, Democrat Jared Polis, also spoke. Associate solitary reporter Lewis Thompson, the Moderator of the Unitarian Universalist Association, and a prominent gay rights activist, accosted Andrews, demanding to know why an openly gay Democrat would be invited to speak to the WCAS (which includes hundreds of evangelical Christians). Andrews, one of the champions of a recall against Polis, smirked and said, “We just wanted to taunt him and tell him he’s toast."
In his red-meat speech, Trump Jr. attacked presidentiall candidate Bernie Sanders (not a real Democrat), not for being too old to be president (which he is), but for his platform of Medicare for All (likely to be a prescription for disaster for Dems next year).
“The left hates Donald Trump much more than they love America,” Trump Jr. said. “[Liberals have attempted] to silence us, it’s pretty scary….[Liberals] want to prosecute people for having opinions."
Meanwhile, his racist father went after four newly elected Democratic Congresswomen of color (including Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez (AOC)), saying they should go back to where they came from (https://www.cnn.com/2019/07/14/politics/donald-trump-tweets-democratic-congresswomen-race-nationalities/index.html).
And AOC’s Chief of Staff, superleftie Saikat Chakrabarti, says Nancy Pelosi’s sensible compromise with McConnell & Co. on immigration issues means Pelosi is as bad as Southern segregationst Democrats in the 1950s, 1960s, and 1970s.
After easily winning his verbal battle with Andrews, ASR Thompson invited himself onto the WCS stage along with Denver’s Tim Gill, a software geek turned LGBTQ activist. Together, Thompson and Gill politely told the audience of one thousand at the Colorado Convention Center that Trump Sr. is a vitriolic racist. They were escorted off the stage by armed guards, but they are now resting comfortably at their respective homes.