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Helen Mitchell, sponsor/partner of The Kim Monson Show, is in studio with Kim. This Sunday on America’s Veteran’s Stories broadcasting at 3pm and 10 pm on KLZ 560 AM and KLZ 100.7 FM, Kim interviews Air Force fighter pilot Chuck Brega, a member of a top-secret squadron created after the Korean War. Kim and Helen discuss projection, the strategy to project onto others what you are actually doing. Kim and Steve comment on Mayor Hancock’s statement in his State of the City address that the challenges of the COVID-19/Wuhan-China virus are turning into opportunities, including a model of “equity.” Sounds a lot like Rahm Emmanuel’s statement “to never let a crisis go to waste” and “to take the opportunity to do what cannot be done in ordinary times.” Xcel Energy is looking for another $344 million from ratepayers. The left exists only to make your life worse.
Helen explains what happened to her cousin in Allegheny County (coal country), Pennsylvania, during the 2020 election. Her cousin received six unsolicited mail-in votes. When she went to vote in person, which she has always done, she had to fill out a provisional ballot. She believes her vote was never counted. Many neighbors in the area had the same experience. Lincoln said, “The ballot is stronger than the bullet.” Karen Levine, award winning realtor with RE/MAX Alliance and show sponsor, congratulated Douglas County for not taking Community Development Block Grant Funds associated with Affirmatively Furthering Fair Housing mandates. Karen is interviewing candidates for city councils and is pleased to report that many are looking for change to bring back freedom and the protection of property rights. Although the housing market is reporting a slight decline Karen attributes it to people going on vacation and getting ready for school.
Guest Brent Littlefield, national political strategist, joins Kim and Helen in an in-depth conversation on Rank Choice Voting. In June Governor Polis signed into law HB21-1071, Ranked Choice Voting In Nonpartisan Elections. Colorado has now joined Maine in advancing ranked choice voting. Brent states unequivocally, anything that creates confusion opens up the possibility for shenanigans, including rank choice voting. Rank choice voting allows candidates with limited support to win elections. Prime examples are illustrated in Maine, as Brent explains. Brent also narrows in on one man, John Arnold, who has spent enormous amounts of money to approve rank choice voting in Maine. Rank choice voting gives the Secretary of State tremendous power. Kim notes Colorado Secretary of State Griswold’s “emergency order” eliminating third party audits on election machines. Brent explains “batch elimination.” There is no transparency in rank choice voting, opening up the possibility of election manipulation. One person one vote is eliminated. The left will stop at nothing to win. Brent concludes that laws can be changed by a different legislature. Start now by standing up for free, fair and honest elections.