KRDO Digital Director Andrew McMillan lashed out on Twitter Saturday in response to a tweet from the Colorado Republican Party about Hickenlooper’s use of 9/11 economic recovery funds to pay for his ethics lawyer.

McMillan was extremely upset that Republicans would dare mention Hickenlooper fleecing taxpayers while antifa (in his mind) is allegedly being unfairly persecuted by the feds:

Antifa clashed with federal officers Friday night as rioters attempted to barricade the federal courthouse in Portland, Oregon.

Left-wing activists like McMillan are up in arms the federal government is lawfully seeking to arrest and prosecute individuals in Portland they suspect of committing federal crimes.

After Compass Colorado’s Kyle Kohli raised legitimate questions about McMillan’s objectivity given his brazenly partisan reaction, McMillan had a full meltdown.

McMillan didn’t shy away from challenges to his objectivity, and proudly proclaimed he would always stand up for violent antifa protestors.

In response to other users calling out his galling bias, McMillan laughably attempted to defend himself claiming he’s covered Trump rallies and other conservative events, and cited KRDO’s AP and Murrow awards.

Sources tell Peak McMillan has exhibited extreme bias in exchanges with conservative operatives for years.

His decision now to take his far-left grievances public should dispenses with any notion he can objectively cover politics in Colorado.

It’s difficult to imagine McMillan’s bosses at KRDO find McMillan’s behavior amusing, particularly considering El Paso County is home to a great many Colorado conservatives. We’ve reached out to the station for comment.