Congress debates HR1 and HR4 that would federalize elections. This is a violation of states’ rights and “We the People” as set forth in The United States Constitution. If you are available on Saturday, June 26th, 10:00am please attend the services for Sgt. Donald Deloy Stoddard at Mountain View Memorial Park 3016 Kalmia Ave., Boulder, Colorado. Sgt. Stoddard survived the battles of Guadalcanal only to be killed in action at the battles of Betio, Tarawa Atoll on November 22, 1943. He was buried there with many others. His remains were identified in April 2020, and he is coming home to his final resting place. Taxpayers can expect tax refunds due to TABOR, even though Democrat State Sen. Moreno from Commerce City wishes time to devise ways to keep the money. The Colorado Supreme Court rules Initiative 16, PAUSE, violates the single subject rule. Once again, the California grid is strained due to extreme temperatures and high usage of power. Electrical vehicles are not helping the situation.
Holly Kasun (firstname.lastname@example.org) with the U.S. Election Integrity Plan joins Kim to discuss Colorado Secretary of State Jena Griswold’s emergency election order. No one can find where Griswold holds the power to make this order. This is a reaction to Colorado’s contingency observing Maricopa County’s 2020 election audit. Without public notification, Griswold has begun updating election machines and there is major concern that the hardware is not being preserved as required by federal law. Matt Crane, executive director of the Colorado County Clerks Association, is silent. Wayne Williams bought the Dominion machines. Both Williams and Griswold held elections with machines that were not properly certified. Call to Action: Call your county clerks!
Guest Tara Ross, expert on the Electoral College as viewed on Prager University (www.prageru.com/video/do-you-understand-the-electoral-college/), converses with Kim on the Democrat party agenda to federalize our elections. Tara emphasizes that the Founders did not want any centralized power in the hands of one entity as they saw the potential for power abuse. Instead, the states were to have the responsibility that “set ambition against ambition,” in the words of James Madison. The founders understood human nature and placed restrictions on themselves as opposed to today’s progressive/regressive ideology to seize as much power as possible. The federal government must understand their granted power; most power is to reside with the individual states. Legislators abdicate their responsibilities to the fourth branch of government—the bureaucratic administrative state. “We the People” must be independent and not expect the government to solve our problems.