Was anyone really shocked at all to learn that Senate Majority Leader Chuck Schumer of New York was behind the $4 million shadow campaign to sabotage Colorado’s Republican Senate primary?
It’s the kind of subversion and deceit we’ve come to expect from the national Democrat Party.
What’s refreshing is that Colorado voter’s didn’t fall for the faux campaign that sought to defeat Joe O’Dea, who is now the party’s nominee.
— Joe O’Dea (@ODeaForColorado) July 21, 2022
The Colorado Sun made the link after the anonymous front group, Democratic Colorado, closed its account and filed its last report this week, which revealed Schumer’s Senate Majority PAC was the Big Daddy contributor.
In explaining their deceit, the PAC lamely explained they wasted $4 millions into propping up one candidate, in order to beat them both.
“We saw two deeply flawed candidates running against each other so we worked to weaken both their campaigns,” JB Poersch, president of Senate Majority PAC, told The Colorado Sun in a written statement.
And yet, the false flag only served to strengthen O’Dea’s campaign.
This is the same party that has total control of our state, as well as federal governments and tax dollars.
And we wonder why our economy is in the crapper?
The tentacles of the money trail go completely sideways. Read all about it in the Sun.
Colorado’s Rob Katz joined Soros & Schumer in funding this attack on our democracy.
“Equal participation in our democratic process” does not include lying to voters, trying to buy a candidate in another party’s primary, & breaking the law to do it.#copolitics https://t.co/kHTNl7iHDz pic.twitter.com/3QTKFBKxa6
— Kristi Burton Brown (@ColoradoKbb) July 21, 2022
According to Colorado Public Radio, Schumer’s Senate Majority PAC (SMP) is funded in part by George Soros:
A Super PAC associated with Soros donated $2.5 million to SMP on June 3. It was part of almost $29 million SMP raised in June 2022. Super PACs cannot legally coordinate with candidates, and previously Bennet told CPR News that Democratic Colorado was not affiliated with his campaign.