Attorney General Barr looks at claims that FBI spied on Trump’s presidential campaign
Attorney General Barr is on the record with his belief that the FBI spied on Trump’s presidential campaign in the months leading up to the election. Democrats are outraged, but the outrage seems to be directed at Barr for daring to speak about the issue and not the issue itself. The federal government spying on those speaking against the system is nothing new. Producer Steve and Kim discuss this latest issue as well as the case of Sharyl Attkisson, who alleges that was spied on by federal law enforcement during Obama’s administration.
SB19-523 and the push to remove the choice to register as a voter
Jan Coombs-Cooke, political advocate and co-founder of Get ‘Er Done Right Colorado, joins Kim to discuss SB19-235. Cooke refers to SB19-235 as the Forced Voter Registration act, and for good reason. The legislation compels users to opt-out of registration, instead of allowing the citizen to make the choice to register to vote. It’s a critical distinction/ There’s a number of issues with this bill, not the least of which are individual choices and privacy concerns.