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December 10, 2022

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1. More on the (Dis)respect Marriage Act

2. Plastic Bag Ban

3. COVID Deaths

4. Pueblo City Council Attempts to Ban Pro-Life Speakers

5. Supreme Court: Brunson v. Alma S. Adams

6. Join the Breakfast Club Zoom Call Every Monday Morning


1. More on the (Dis)respect Marriage Act

Both houses in Congress have passed the (Dis)Respect for Marriage Act. It now awaits Biden’s assured signature. At the same time the Supreme Court heard the oral arguments defending the free speech rights of a Denver web designer. This First Amendment case flies right into the face of the (Dis)Respect for Marriage Act, which allows anyone to sue in a private action someone or organization who they claim is not giving full access to their services for same-sex affirming practices. It will be months before we know what the Court has ruled, but if they uphold the First Amendment, it should take some of the teeth out of the (Dis)Respect for Marriage Act.

I trust the Court will help us find our way back to the principles of our God-given rights as a free people, and won’t give it all away to this dangerous political fad.

 

2. Plastic Bag Ban

In January there will be a mandatory ten cent fee placed on all plastic and paper bags currently given out by retail stores across Colorado. In 2024 the plastic bags will be banned. This is because of HB21-1162, which was signed by Polis in July of 2021. The bill had passed on a party-line vote in both houses.

This week on a community bulletin board for the Berthoud area someone asked what people thought about this new law. Of about 50 responses only three indicated any concern for this nanny government law, everyone else was in favor of this new tax and regulation.

One of the three was myself, I wrote:

“Elections have consequences. Elect nanny government officials and they will micro manage our lives. Government exists, according to the Declaration of Independence, to secure our rights. This anti-bag law looks a lot more like a highly regulated police state than the land of the free and home of the brave.”

In response to my post one person wrote:

It’s really about the next seven generations. We are huge over consumers. Human beings are really the worst invasive species on the planet.”

This was just one comment on a local community bulletin board, but it represents an attitude that is growing. If that person really means to call humansthe worst invasive species on the planet,” I can only conclude she would be in favor of eliminating many, if not most of this “worst invasive species on the planet.”

Do not underestimate the intentions of this philosophy of our day that rejects the principles upon which our nation was founded. Those principles are neatly summed up in the Declaration of Independence as our God-given right to life and liberty.

3. COVID Deaths

While we are on the subject of dealing with the “worst invasive species on the planet,” prominent cardiologist Dr. Peter McCullough continues to warn about the dangers of the COVID-19 mRNA shots. In this report he gives some evidence for his concerns with a study from Germany.

4. Pueblo City Council Attempts to Ban Pro-Life Speakers

This week the Pueblo City Council tried to ban all pro-life speakers in the public comments section of their public meeting. It turned out to be a very bad idea. Read all about it here.

 

5. Supreme Court: Brunson v. Alma S. Adams

Finally, here is a case that the high court will consider taking next year that probably won’t be reported on in the Denver Post. It is challenging the process Congress took in certifying the 2020 presidentiql election. If they do take this on it will be the first time they will actually look at some of the particulars of the 2020 election.

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December 3, 2022

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1. (Dis)respect Marriage Act

2. Protests Continue in Brazil

3. Florida Uncovers More Fraud

4. Free Speech and SCOTUS

5. Join the Breakfast Club Zoom Call Every Monday Morning

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1. (Dis)respect Marriage Act
This past week the US Senate passed the (Dis)respect Marriage Act. It is a very dangerous piece of legislation which violates the First Amendment. It will force every person and organization to accept the values of the the homosexual agenda (same-sex marriage) or face significant potential punishment. 
 
An amendment was offered that would have protected some freedom of conscience, but that was rejected. This lame duck Congress is doing all they can to ram through hard left policies before they lose control of the House.
 
 
2. Protests Continue in Brazil
 
You can’t find this in any main-line media in the US, but millions of people in Brazil have been protesting the election results in their presidential election for over a month.
Click here for more on this little known story.

3. Florida Uncovers More Fraud

An election denier is one who refuses look at all of evidence of election fraud. Fortunately Florida’s governor is not denying anything. He is going after the bad guys who are committing the fraud. Here is a story about how their Election Crime Unit is prosecuting the bad guys.

 

4. Free Speech and SCOTUS

On Monday the Supreme Court will hear a case defending the rights of a Denver website designer. Alliance Defending Freedom (ADF) is representing her right to refuse to design websites that violate her moral values. This is a free speech and religious liberty question which may have far reaching consequences, including the legality of parts of the (Dis)respect Marriage Act. Here is the story. 

 

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The Republican Study Committee of Colorado,P.O. Box 378, Berthoud, CO 80513.

The Republican Study Committee of Colorado(RSCC) is composed of conservative leaders within the Republican caucus of the Colorado legislature.

 

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November 26, 2022

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1. Election Law in Colorado

2. It is Not Settled Science

3. Arizona Election is not Over

4. Federalism Works, Even Today

5. Join the Breakfast Club Zoom Call Every Monday Morning

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1. Election Law in Colorado

Two weeks ago I spoke at an election integrity symposium in Holyoke. Everyone presented the hard facts that the registration lists are corrupted, ballot harvesting is rampant, the secretary of state is not following the law and the machines are capable of being manipulated.

Here is a link to the speech I gave on election laws in Colorado (it is 26 minutes). If you can, please watch this, it covers much of the reasons why Colorado has one of the worst voting systems in the country.

2. It is Not Settled Science

I devote much of this newsletter to the global warming hoax*, because too many powerful forces have bought into it, and they are moving to destroy our culture in many significant ways. This past week I ran across several reports that demonstrate my contention.

The first is a survey of scientists in meteorology, climatology, and closely related fields. 59% said global warming will cause significant harm to human living conditions, but 39% say it will cause little or no significant harm. Among those who study this issue most closely, the primary question is not a settled issue.

This clearly demonstrates that the scientists who actually deal with the particulars of our climate are not all in agreement with the extreme opinions of far too many powerful political leaders who are implementing policies that will, at the minimum, cripple our economies and culture. This report can be found by clicking here.

Speaking of dangerous political leaders, here is a scathing commentary on just how dangerous they really are.

Finally, all of their global warming claims are based on faulty assumptions and exaggerated predictions. Here is one more pin to pop that cataclysmic bubble. This report shows how surface temperature recording stations have not fully accounted for the rise of temperatures due to the recording locations becoming hotter because of urban growth immediately around them (a parking lot tends to be hotter than an open field of grass). This has skewed the raw data for measuring actual climate warming patterns for those locations.

*I call the global warming extremism a hoax because it is a very dangerous and evil political trick. The globe has been on a slow warming trend since about 1850, and there have been shorter warming and cooling cycles (every 30-40 years) within this longer warming trend. But for the past 30 years there has been a concerted effort to convince us that it is primarily due to human activity and we are currently on the edge of a great cataclysmic cliff that will make the world uninhabitable. I totally reject that scenario. 

BTW, 30 years ago the end was predicted to be around 2010. Now it is supposed to be in another ten years. By 2030 I expect they will say 2035, or 2040. To any careful observer it is obvious their predictions are just fear mongering. Recent history has already proven their falseness.

The reality is that China, Russia, and any other developing nation that is looking to become the rulers of the world are playing the US and other western nations like a fiddle. We are spending our wealth on policies that destroy our productivity while these other nations are building their strength, increasing their productivity and (wisely) ignoring the dire predictions that CO2 is destroying the planet. 

3. Arizona Election is not Over

Arizona’s election continues to be an open question as more evidence mounts that it was manipulated in many ways. Either through incompetence, fraud, or both, Maricopa County was a colossal failure. Here and here are two stories about this incredible example of an election disaster. Read them for yourself and stay tuned for further developments.

4. Federalism Works, Even Today

Finally, lest this report be all bad news, here are some encouraging thoughts about what is working: federalism! States are showing that they can thrive in today’s world, when they have good leadership and haven’t been taken over by the woke left. Our system of government divides the political power between the three branches (horizontally) and the federal government and the 50 states (vertically). This allows bright islands of freedom to survive, thrive and show the way forward for the entire nation. 

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Kevin Lundberg
fmr Colorado State Senator


As the executive director for the Republican Study Committee of Colorado, I am working to keep this organization a powerful voice for conservative values in the Colorado legislature. We are a non-profit 501(c)4 organization, relying on contributions (which are not tax-deductible).

Donations can be sent to:

The Republican Study Committee of Colorado,P.O. Box 378, Berthoud, CO 80513.

The Republican Study Committee of Colorado(RSCC) is composed of conservative leaders within the Republican caucus of the Colorado legislature.

 

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November 19, 2022

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1. Election wrap-up and the Election Integrity Symposium in Holyoke

2. Global Warming Numbers Greatly Exaggerated

3. FTX Cripto Bust Funded the Left

4. Election Fraud in Brazil

5. Join the Breakfast Club Zoom Call Every Monday Morning

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1. Election Wrap-up and Election Integrity Symposium in Holyoke

Lauren Boebert barely won her race for CD3, but will face a recount. I hope she will insist the secretary of state follow the law by requiring a sample manuel (hand) recount in every county in the congessional district.

CRS 1-110.5-102 (3)(a) says “Prior to any recount, the canvass board shall choose at random and test voting devices used in the candidate race, ballot issue, or ballot question that is the subject of the recount. The board shall use the voting devices it has selected to conduct a comparison of the machine count of the ballots counted on each such voting device for the candidate race, ballot issue, or ballot question to the corresponding manual count of the voter-verified paper records.”

In Colorado the Ds won all statewide races, won the new congressional seat, picked up five state house seats and two more state senate seats. It was not a good night for the GOP.

Last Sunday I spoke at an election integrity symposium in Holyoke, along with several other election integrity advocates. Everyone presented more hard facts that the registration lists are corruptedballot harvesting is rampant, the secretary of state is not following the law (see article #1 above) and the machines are capable of being manipulated (and probably are) through several vulnerablities.

I started my speech, which was on the history of Colorado election laws, with the following introduction:

“Election deniers are those who insist there is nothing to be concerned about, the systems are just fine.

If you believe that, you haven’t been paying attention and you are the election denier.

I am not an election denier I am an advocate for reestablishing the integrity of our elections.”

2. Global Warming Numbers Greatly Exaggerated

Here is more evidence that the global warming fanatics (who are currently running the asylum) are not working with a full deck of accurate facts.

 

3. FTX Cripto Bust Funded the Left

The cripto crash of FTX exposed widespread use of FTX dollars for left-leaning political campaigns. Click here for more information.

 

4. Election Fraud in Brazil

You won’t see this in most of the news services, but millions of people (yes, millions) in Brazil have been in the streets protesting their presidential election results. Even though these are possibly the largest public protests in history, there is an almost total news blackout on this story. Read more here and here.

 

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Kevin Lundberg
fmr Colorado State Senator


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The Republican Study Committee of Colorado,P.O. Box 378, Berthoud, CO 80513.

The Republican Study Committee of Colorado(RSCC) is composed of conservative leaders within the Republican caucus of the Colorado legislature.

 

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November 12, 2022

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1. Election is Over But Vote Counting Drags On

2. State Social Studies Standards

3. TABOR Turns 30

4. Upcoming Events

5. Join the Breakfast Club Zoom Call Every Monday Morning

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1. Election is Over But Vote Counting Drags On

For Colorado the election was a bust for conservatives. The Democrats took all of the statewide races and got the biggest majorities in memory for both houses. Nationally it looks like the Republicans will take both houses of Congress, but due to vote counting issues, the results of many key races are still not fully known. Down in Arizona the Republican candidate for governor, Kari Lake, will not know the final numbers for several more days. She is expected to win, but it is still a nail biter. Such is also the case for Lauren Boebert in Colorado’s third congressional district.

The 2022 election is one more example of the failed election systems in this country. Not only are they veiled in secrecy, with many known vulnerabilities, they also don’t work very well. We must continue to work for accurate, fair, transparent, and efficient elections. Countries around the world pull this off all the time. We must insist on elections which are worthy of our confidence.

 

2. State Social Studies Standards

This week the state board of education passed new k-12 social studies standards that have been under consideration for about 12 months. Here is a story about their decision.

As I reviewed these standards (as much as I could stand reading) I was amazed at what isn’t there. There isn’t much of anything that used to be considered the academic discipline of history. I searched for some historical names of great significance in American history, including Lincoln, Adams, Reagan, Eisenhower, Rockefeller, Ford, Carnegie. None of these are mentioned even once.
 
There is also a clear absence of any chronological context for the major themes and movements in American history, such as industrial revolutions in agriculture, the development of the nation through the establishment of the fifty states, the unique governmental design of federalism, the original intent and structure of the Constitution, the concept of equality, which was first substantially established in civil government with the Declaration of Independence (instead there is an anti theme promulgated that the Declaration excluded certain groups from the principle of equality). I could go on, and on, but the point is obvious.
 
There is such a focus on “inclusivity,” denigrating America’s past, extolling LGBT values, minimizing the valiant efforts of abolitionists such as John Quincy Adams (who is never mentioned), making sure first graders understand “equity,” etc. etc.. I am certain anything a conservative Christian parent hopes would be taught will not be covered at all, or the antithesis will be taught instead. 
 
I remember studying the “new” state standards for History about 30 years ago and the problems in the state standards from that time were the occasional mentions of revisionist concepts and ideas. Now one is hard pressed to find any main themes that are not revisionist history or blatant woke indoctrination. 
 
The board voted 4-3, along party-lines, to adopt these standards. Yes, elections have consequences.
 

3. TABOR Turns 30

In November, 1992, the people of Colorado put the Taxpayers’ Bill of Rights into the the state constitution. It has been a struggle to keep the essence of this document in effect, but this significant policy has withstood the attacks from big government advocates and TABOR still has a strong influence on Colorado governance.

ALEC, the American Legislative Exchange Council, has commemorated this milestone in several ways, including a report which they have published online. You may access that report here.

 

4. Upcoming Events 

There are two events coming up this coming week that I recommend you consider. The first will take some effort to attend. It is an election integrity symposium in Holyoke, Colorado tomorrow, Sunday, November 13, from 1:00-6:00 PM. For information click here.

The second is a special evening with Eric Metaxas at Timberline church in Fort Collins on Friday, November 18. For details click here

Preregistration is required for both events.

 

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Kevin Lundberg
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Donations can be sent to:

The Republican Study Committee of Colorado,P.O. Box 378, Berthoud, CO 80513.

The Republican Study Committee of Colorado(RSCC) is composed of conservative leaders within the Republican caucus of the Colorado legislature.

 

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November 8, 2022

It is election day.  Vote for freedom because

“We hold these Truths to be self-evident, that all Men are created equal, that they are endowed by their Creator with certain unalienable Rights, that among these are Life, Liberty, and the Pursuit of Happiness—-That to secure these Rights, Governments are instituted among Men, deriving their just Powers from the Consent of the Governed, that whenever any Form of Government becomes destructive of these Ends, it is the Right of the People to alter or to abolish it, and to institute new Government, laying its Foundation on such Principles, and organizing its Powers in such Form, as to them shall seem most likely to effect their Safety and Happiness.”

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November 5, 2022

1. Hugh McKean

2. Boulder County Representative Arrested

3. Fiscal Responsibility Amendment

4. Judges- “Men Without Chests”

5. Voter Guides

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1. Hugh McKean

Loveland state representative and Republican House leader Hugh McKean unexpectedly died last Sunday. Hugh always had a smile and a word of encouragement for everyone, even when he was disagreeing with them. He will be greatly missed. In a rare honor, his body will lie in state at the capitol on Thursday, November 10.  A public service will be held at Resurrection Fellowship Church at 11 AM on Saturday, November 12. For more information click here.

I Corinthians 15:50-54

2. Boulder County Representative Arrested

Rep. Tracey Bernett was charged and arrested for misrepresenting her place of residence for reelection to her district. She was originally elected in 2020, from a Longmont district. Redistricting put her out of that district, so she rented an apartment inside the district in Louisville. However, the evidence apparently shows that she really continued to live in Longmont.

It is curious timing for the charges that were filed, as this problem has been well known for several months. As the election is now underway, not only courts will have to deal with this, the legislature will also have to take action if she is elected, which is quite possible as it is a strong democrat area. To view the DA’s press release click here.

3. Fiscal Responsibility Amendment

This week Human Events published an article by CU economics professor emeritus and long-time champion for sound economic policies, Dr. Barry Poulson. During the final days of this election season, as exaggerated promises fill the airwaves (and in-boxes), here is some good advice for long-term policies that could help set our nation’s economic plans on the right track. Click here for the article.

4. Judges- “Men Without Chests”

Last week I published some information on judges in Larimer and Weld counties, but I am dropping that information as I am now at the point of just saying no to all judges. This week one more judge in Colorado has turned a blind eye toward following the law for election issues. This time it was the Elbert county clerk who was asking for an injunction against Secretary of State Griswold for replacing the clerk with her own election official. Even though the judge recognized Griswold does not have the statutory authority to replace him, the judge still refused to stop her order.

This is one more example of a now long list of grievances the people of Colorado have against a judiciary that has lost the courage to face and then enforce the law, particularly when it comes to election laws. Our justice system is devolving into nothing more than a “legal” system of complex rules and “gottcha requirements.” It reminds me of what C. S. Lewis called “men without chests.”

It is time we  just tell them no. I am sure there are some competent judges on the bench, but even they are guilty of not speaking out and cleaning up what has become a corrupt judicial system in Colorado. As a group they are not doing their job and need to be replaced. For the details on this latest dereliction of duty click here.

5. Voter Guides

Here is a repeat of the voter guides I published earlier, including more detailed information on local races in Larimer county, which can be found here.

Transform Colorado has prepared several nonpartisan voter guides for different areas of Colorado in both English and Spanish. They are available here online and printed copies are being distributed to many churches across the state.

For statewide ballot questions Centennial Institute has prepared information that can be found here.

In addition, here is some good counsel offered by my friend John Andrews:

“I will vote yes on Proposition 121, which cuts income taxes for all. Yes on Amendment D, which improves access to the courts. And yes on Amendment E, which cuts property taxes for survivors of someone who died for our country.

“Three worthy acts of citizen lawmaking. Three yes votes… 121… D… and E.  

“I will vote no on all the other ballot issues.  Let’s defeat all these measures that would raise taxes (FF), or grow government (123), or make it harder for citizens to cut taxes (GG), or make alcohol and drugs easier to get (122, 124, 125, 126), or benefit the gambling industry (F).  

“None of those is a good thing for our state. Join me in voting them down.

“Join me also in voting no on all tax increases for local government. Coloradans pay more than enough taxes already. Politicians just need to spend more wisely.”

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Donations can be sent to:

The Republican Study Committee of Colorado,P.O. Box 378, Berthoud, CO 80513.

The Republican Study Committee of Colorado(RSCC) is composed of conservative leaders within the Republican caucus of the Colorado legislature.

 

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October 29, 2022

1. Have Online Military Votes Been Stolen, Part II?

2. CDC and the Colorado Department of Early Childhood

3. Ballot Harvesting in Florida

4. More Voter guides, Including Judges in Larimer and Weld

5. Finger Report

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1. Have Online Military Votes Been Stolen, Part II?

Last week I reported on the impossible vote pattern from military and overseas voters that was seen by an election worker in a Colorado county in 2020. The details can be found in article 1 of last week’s report (scroll down this page to see it).

This is a big deal, which deserves more attention. For a deeper dive into the private election software company that is behind all of this click here. It is an hour+ program, but start it at the 40 minute mark and listen for at least five minutes and/or the 55 minute mark.

Last week I concluded with the following paragraph:

This needs to stop before one more military vote is counted through this obviously corrupted vote collection system. I pray every county clerk verifies that this is not happening with their military and overseas votes.

I trust my prayer that every county clerk takes this seriously is more than idle words. Clerks need to monitor the military and overseas online votes. If the results are wildly different than the overall vote patterns in their county, they need to get to the bottom of this. If clerks need more information on what I have discovered they may contact me at SenatorLundberg@gmail.com.

2. CDC and the Colorado Department of Early Childhood

Elections matter for many reasons, one is how the government interacts and influences children. In recent years some government agencies have become quite bold in promoting values that are contrary to the values of average families.

Here are two stories that underscore our need for elected leaders who will stand against this troubling trend. Click here for a story on how the CDC is spending our tax dollars on what amounts to homosexual online grooming sites for children, run by Planned Parenthood. Click here  for a story recommended to teachers by the newly formed Colorado Department of Early Childhood. This story is about “anti-bias” holidays, where the author recommends replacing Mother’s Day and Father’s Day with “Family Day” because the original holidays may be offensive to families that are not composed of a mother and a father. You can fill in the blanks for what they have in mind.

Elections matter…

3. Ballot Harvesting in Florida

A former Democrat candidate for county commissioner has blown the whistle on a multi-year ballot harvesting scheme in the Orlando area. For more details click here.

4. More Voter guides, Including Judges in Larimer and Weld

Here is a repeat of the voter guides I published earlier plus more detailed information on local races in Larimer county, which can be found here. I just obtained some information on judges in Larimer and Weld counties. The Larimer list can be found here and the Weld list here. I am passing this on as some judge information, but I have not had a way to fully research the details. Use it as you think is best.

Transform Colorado has prepared several nonpartisan voter guides for different areas of Colorado in both English and Spanish. They are available here online and printed copies are being distributed to many churches across the state.

For statewide ballot questions Centennial Institute has prepared information that can be found here.

In addition, here is some good counsel offered by my friend John Andrews:

“I will vote yes on Proposition 121, which cuts income taxes for all. Yes on Amendment D, which improves access to the courts. And yes on Amendment E, which cuts property taxes for survivors of someone who died for our country.

“Three worthy acts of citizen lawmaking. Three yes votes… 121… D… and E.  

“I will vote no on all the other ballot issues.  Let’s defeat all these measures that would raise taxes (FF), or grow government (123), or make it harder for citizens to cut taxes (GG), or make alcohol and drugs easier to get (122, 124, 125, 126), or benefit the gambling industry (F).  

“None of those is a good thing for our state. Join me in voting them down.

“Join me also in voting no on all tax increases for local government. Coloradans pay more than enough taxes already. Politicians just need to spend more wisely.”

5. Finger Report

A couple of months ago I reported on an accident I had with a table saw where I nearly cut off three fingers on my left hand. I have been overwhelmed with the prayers and support from so many and I want to thank everyone. The recovery is coming along, I still have all the fingers, but they are not yet very functional.

Through all of this I can say that God is good, all the time! I am confident He will restore to me all the function I need from that hand. I just don’t know what that will look like or how long it will take to get there. Thank you again for all of your support and prayers. I will never run out of a need for strong prayer support.

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October 22, 2022

1. Have Online Military Votes Been Stolen?

2. Fauci Documentary and CDC COVID Vaccines for Children

3. Heidi Wins More Debates

4. More Voter guides

5. Join the Breakfast Club Zoom Call Every Monday Morning

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1. Have Online Military Votes Been Stolen?

Last year I was made aware of an extraordinary story from a very republican county in Colorado. In the 2020 election an election worker observed an impossible vote pattern from military and overseas voters.

By federal law they are allowed to vote online. The information is collected by a private company and transmitted to local counties where the votes are transferred individually to paper ballots. The election worker told me she helped do this to 20-30 batches, which held 50-100 ballots in each batch. The statistically impossible detail is that, except for no more than 1-4 ballots in every batch, all of the ballots were straight party-line votes for the democrat candidates. Hmmm… is it possible that a red county would produce 90 – 99% democrat votes 20-30 times over? I don’t think so.

I passed this troubling information on to several election integrity experts, but little was done with it.

Then this week I came across the name of that private company and it turns out it is the same company whose CEO was arrested earlier this month in Los Angeles for election malfeasance. Eugene Yu’s election-logistics software firm, Konnech, has been sharing personal information of poll workers with a software firm in China. This was serious enough to put him behind bars. Stealing votes, and military votes in particular, is much more serious.

This needs to stop before one more military vote is counted through this obviously corrupted vote collection system. I pray every county clerk verifies that this is not happening with their military and overseas votes.

2. Fauci Documentary and CDC COVID Vaccines for Children

Last week I provided the link to this video, which is the most information packed report on COVID I have ever viewed. I just reviewed another one, on Anthony Fauci, which will only be available online for the next few days. It is a long documentary which gives an extensive look at Fauci’s history.

These videos are a useful background to the action that the CDC took this week to approve COVID vaccines for children and infants. According to Children’s Health Defense (who produced the Fauci documentary) the action the CDC took this week is needed to give the manufacturers an exemption from all liability for the vaccines. It makes one wonder if they are trying to protect the children or Big Pharma..

3. Heidi Wins More Debates

As the gubernatorial race heats up Heidi Ganahl continues to dominate the debates. Here is a report on the last debate.

4. More Voter guides

Here is a repeat of the voter guides I published last week plus more detailed information on local races in Larimer county, which can be found here.

Transform Colorado has prepared several nonpartisan voter guides for different areas of Colorado in both English and Spanish. They are available here online and printed copies are being distributed to many churches across the state.

For statewide ballot questions Centennial Institute has prepared information that can be found here.

In addition, here is some good counsel offered by my friend John Andrews:

“I will vote yes on Proposition 121, which cuts income taxes for all. Yes on Amendment D, which improves access to the courts. And yes on Amendment E, which cuts property taxes for survivors of someone who died for our country.

“Three worthy acts of citizen lawmaking. Three yes votes… 121… D… and E.  

“I will vote no on all the other ballot issues.  Let’s defeat all these measures that would raise taxes (FF), or grow government (123), or make it harder for citizens to cut taxes (GG), or make alcohol and drugs easier to get (122, 124, 125, 126), or benefit the gambling industry (F).  

“None of those is a good thing for our state. Join me in voting them down.

“Join me also in voting no on all tax increases for local government. Coloradans pay more than enough taxes already. Politicians just need to spend more wisely.”

5. Join the Breakfast Club Zoom Call Every Monday Morning

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The Republican Study Committee of Colorado,P.O. Box 378, Berthoud, CO 80513.

The Republican Study Committee of Colorado(RSCC) is composed of conservative leaders within the Republican caucus of the Colorado legislature.

 

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October 15, 2022

1. Comprehensive Report on COVID

2. El Paso Suit Dismissed by Judge

3. Ballots Go Out Next Week

4. Ballot Questions Answered

5. Join the Breakfast Club Zoom Call Every Monday Morning

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1. Comprehensive Report on COVID

This video is the most information packed report on COVID I have ever viewed. It is an up-to-date and brief presentation (under 13 minutes) to the San Diego City Council. To view it click here.

2. El Paso Suit Dismissed by Judge

Last week I reported on a suit challenging the legality of the voting machines in El Paso County. Instead of examining the facts, the judge refused to allow the case to be heard and dismissed the case on very questionable grounds. Due to the preliminary procedures the judge went forward with, I had hoped this would finally be the opportunity for a true “day in court,” but no, this judge is as tone deaf as most in his profession.

Consequently a complaint was filed with the Colorado Secretary of State, The complaint begins by saying: “This petition raises the question whether this Court, or any Colorado district court, will allow a public trial to determine if the El Paso County computer voting system is illegal.”

BTW, this is the same Secretary  of State that “mistakenly” sent out a letter to 30,000 non-citizens “reminding” them to register to vote…

3. Ballots Go Out Next Week

The election is about to begin. Please pray for a fair and accurate election, particularly here in Colorado. We have many clear choices before us and the future of our nation hangs in the balance. Pray that informed citizens will vote, will encourage others to vote, and that their votes will not be diluted by anyone who would seek to defraud the election in any way.

And don’t forget to vote.

4. Ballot Questions Answered

Transform Colorado has prepared several nonpartisan voter guides for different areas of Colorado in both English and Spanish. They are available here online and printed copies are being distributed to many churches across the state.

For statewide ballot questions Centennial Institute has prepared information that can be found here.

In addition, here is some good counsel offered by my friend John Andrews:

“I will vote yes on Proposition 121, which cuts income taxes for all. Yes on Amendment D, which improves access to the courts. And yes on Amendment E, which cuts property taxes for survivors of someone who died for our country.

“Three worthy acts of citizen lawmaking. Three yes votes… 121… D… and E.  

“I will vote no on all the other ballot issues.  Let’s defeat all these measures that would raise taxes (FF), or grow government (123), or make it harder for citizens to cut taxes (GG), or make alcohol and drugs easier to get (122, 124, 125, 126), or benefit the gambling industry (F).  

“None of those is a good thing for our state. Join me in voting them down.

“Join me also in voting no on all tax increases for local government. Coloradans pay more than enough taxes already. Politicians just need to spend more wisely.”

5. Join the Breakfast Club Zoom Call Every Monday Morning

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Donations can be sent to:

The Republican Study Committee of Colorado,P.O. Box 378, Berthoud, CO 80513.

The Republican Study Committee of Colorado(RSCC) is composed of conservative leaders within the Republican caucus of the Colorado legislature.

 

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October 8, 2022

1. Delaware Supreme Court Throws Out All-Mail Voting

2. El Paso Suit Now Includes Griswold Subpoena

3. Larimer County Candidate Meeting in Berthoud 

4. Natural gas can’t be replaced by green sources

5. Join the Breakfast Club Zoom Call Every Monday Morning

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1. Delaware Supreme Court Throws Out All-Mail Voting

This is not for Colorado, but it is good to see any court read the law and rule accordingly. Click here for the details.

As a followup to this general topic, here is a link to a challenging commentary by Conrad Black, a Canadian-born British citizen, published by the Epoch Times, on judicial review of elections in the US. I don’t agree with all he says, but it is good food for thought.

2. El Paso Suit Now Includes Griswold Subpoena

Keep an eye on the court case scheduled to begin on October 17 in El Paso County. As I reported last week, it is a legitimate challenge to the legality of the voting equipment. I say legitimate because the election equipment is clearly in violation of state and federal law as the machine system destroys enough of the election records that it is impossible to conduct a complete audit of any election. Federal law requires all election records to be preserved for 22 months. Colorado law says at least 25 months. The solution the suit calls for is to conduct the election as planned, but after the election, count the ballots by hand, eliminating any possibility of machine counting irregularities.

In a document filed earlier this week, the Colorado secretary of state has been given a subpoena to appear at that hearing. The subpoena can be viewed here.

3. Larimer County Candidate Meeting in Berthoud 

Tomorrow afternoon I will be at a meet and greet in the Berthoud area for seven candidates here in Larimer County. For those in the area I hope you can join us. The address is 1800 West County Road 6. Kindly RSVP to GRANDMAPATRIOT1776@gmail.com. For more information call 970-402-0025. That is this Sunday afternoon, October 9, from 2-4 PM.

4. Natural gas can’t be replaced by green sources

Don’t forget, there is a lot more happening than just the elections. Here is a reminder that oil and gas cannot be replaced by “green” energy and the rush to try will have disastrous effects as early as this winter. To read more click here.

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Kevin Lundberg
fmr Colorado State Senator


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Donations can be sent to:

The Republican Study Committee of Colorado,P.O. Box 378, Berthoud, CO 80513.

The Republican Study Committee of Colorado(RSCC) is composed of conservative leaders within the Republican caucus of the Colorado legislature.

 

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October 1, 2022

1. Election Integrity

2. First Gubernatorial Debate

3. Article V on the US Senate Floor

4. Join the Breakfast Club Zoom Call Every Monday Morning

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1. Election Integrity

Election integrity is a theme I continue to come back to because it is that important. We must insist that our elections are accurate and transparent, and currently they are not. Here are some details I have come across this week.

First, Time magazine released the cover for their Oct. 10 edition:

Time is not talking about those of us who are insisting on election integrity, they are honoring those who are insisting that elections are currently safe and secure, the “gold standard.” Never mind that voter registrations lists are bloated with voters who have moved out of their precinct years before, or died, or their voter identity has been cloned, or the lists are filled with non-citizens who have been automatically registered, etc..

And what about transparency for the vote counting equipment? We are told that is none of our business. Just trust them because they are the “gold standard.”

In the middle of this picture is Pam Anderson (woman with glasses), the corporate secretary for CTCL, the organization that used hundreds of millions of Zuckerberg’s money to corrupt the 2020 election in key swing states. Oh, and Anderson happens to also be the name on the 2022 ballot as the “Republican” for Colorado secretary of state. Hmmm…

As a matter of fact, Time magazine’s story is just as ignorant of the facts of election fraud as all other journalists who call people like me “election deniers.” Anyone who buys that line hasn’t looked at the facts.

Here is an interesting fact you probably haven’t seen in the papers. A court date has been set in El Paso County for October 17 and 19 to hear the complaint that the election equipment is in violation of state and federal law because the software destroys enough of the election records that it is impossible to conduct a complete audit of any election. The solution the suit calls for is to conduct the election as planned, but after the election, count the ballots by hand. For the court documents click here.

Speaking of election fraud, that supposedly never happens, a former member of Congress was just sentenced to 30 months in prison for election fraud. Hmmm…

Finally, let me be clear on one important point. I have great misgivings on what shape our election systems are in, but I am NOT advocating abandoning elections. For the short run we must overwhelm the fraudsters. It is the only path we have to ever have a chance to restore confidence in our elections.

2. First Gubernatorial Debate

Heidi Ganahl and Jared Polis had their first gubernatorial debate last Wednesday. Heidi did a great job of holding Polis accountable for 85 new taxes and fees, high crime rates, inflation, drugs and the destruction of the oil and gas industry.

For Polis the only word I can think that best describes his part is slimy. Knowing much of the facts about his first term (see the book I helped produce, UNMASKED 2020) I know how he misrepresented his actions as governor and twisted Regent Ganahl’s plans to restore Colorado to the state we know and love.

The debate can be viewed here. The actual gubernatorial debate begins at 1:13:30.

 
3. Article V on the US Senate Floor

Article V establishes the process for amending the Constitution.  It is the most powerful tool states have to control an out of control federal government. Much of my political career has been spent on promoting this significant principle, including starting the State Legislators Article V Caucus.

I have now been at this for ten years. It has been slow in coming, but as the national debt is now passing $30 trillion and the administrative state seems unstoppable, more people, including prominent leaders are starting to catch on. Here is a story about one US Senator, Senator Braun, who brought the issue to the Senate floor this week.

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Kevin Lundberg
fmr Colorado State Senator


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Donations can be sent to:

The Republican Study Committee of Colorado,P.O. Box 378, Berthoud, CO 80513.

The Republican Study Committee of Colorado(RSCC) is composed of conservative leaders within the Republican caucus of the Colorado legislature.

 

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September 24, 2022

1. Attack on GOP Office 

2. Polis Imports California’s Radical Ideas

3. Why Everyone Needs an AR-15

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1. Attack on GOP Office

I lead this week’s report with a recent picture of the front window of the Larimer County Republican office. It is said that a picture tells a thousand words…

Does this vandalism of the GOP headquarters in Fort Collins have anything to with Biden’s inflammatory speech in front of Independence Hall?

Thanks Joe.

2. Polis Imports California’s Radical Ideas

Here is a troubling story of California’s radical attacks on our nation’s energy resources. California will be banning gas heaters, as described in this story. However, understand that Colorado’s Governor Polis has locked Colorado’s air control policies to California policies, so any time you see some extreme “green” agenda coming out of “California,” just insert the word “Colorado” because that is the policy system Polis has baked into our state’s laws.

And here is another discussion from a nationally published magazine on how California AND Colorado policies are implementing the “green” agenda.For more information on this subject seeSB21-200, HB19-1261 and HB19-1188.

 


3. Why Everyone Needs an AR-15


For the best argument I have seen against government gun control watch this interesting and informative videothat was published just a few days ago.

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The Republican Study Committee of Colorado,P.O. Box 378, Berthoud, CO 80513.

The Republican Study Committee of Colorado(RSCC) is composed of conservative leaders within the Republican caucus of the Colorado legislature.

 

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September 17, 2022

1. Constitution Day 

2. DOJ Harassing Biden Opponents

3. Commentary on Higher Education

4. Intercessory, Strategic Prayer inside Colorado State Capitol

5. Join the Breakfast Club Zoom Call Every Monday Morning

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1. Constitution Day

“We the People of the United States, in Order to form a more perfect Union, establish Justice, insure domestic Tranquility, provide for the common defence, promote the general Welfare, and secure the Blessings of Liberty to ourselves and our Posterity, do ordain and establish this Constitution for the United States of America.”

235 years ago today, September 17, the U.S. Constitution was signed. With the exception of God’s Holy Word, this was to become the most significant document in the history of the world. It was the first time a nation was founded on the unique idea of limited government and self-governance, specifically designed within one concise document. Many nations have followed with their own written constitutions, but the average life span of those plans has been less than 20 years. The U.S. Constitution has endured many challenges over many generations. It is a testament to the wisdom, foresight and solid principles of the patriots who created the Constitution.

It is not perfect. We have amended it 27 times, but that too was part of the plan. Take a few moments today to ponder the blessings we enjoy because of this solid foundation for our land. And keep it within the context of that other great document, the Declaration of Independence.

“We hold these Truths to be self-evident, that all Men are created equal, that they are endowed by their Creator with certain unalienable Rights, that among these are Life, Liberty, and the Pursuit of Happiness—-That to secure these Rights, Governments are instituted among Men, deriving their just Powers from the Consent of the Governed…”

2. DOJ Harassing Biden Opponents

In four minutes Tucker Carlson drills down to the core reasons for the Department of Justice’s unjust and illegal violations of our Constitutional Fourth Amendment rights. To watch click HERE.

3. Commentary on Higher Education

Higher education is in deep trouble. Enrollment is down and tuition costs are up.Too many schools have become little more than woke, politically correct indoctrination centers. There are notable exceptions which Colorado Christian University’s chancellor, Dr. Donald Sweeting wrote about in this recently published in the Washington Times commentary. To read it click here.

4. Intercessory, Strategic Prayer inside Colorado State Capitol

Unfortunately I will be out of state, but Tom Schreiner sent me this announcement for a special time of prayer he is organizing at the state capitol next week.

What: Intercessory, Strategic Prayer inside Colorado State Capitol
When: Friday, September 23 beginning at 1 pm sharp
Where: Inside State Capitol at guided tour staging area, near Ute Flags
Why: Election Integrity for Colorado & Nation, Office of Governor (CO)
How: We will have a guided private tour, including dome area
Who: members of the Body of Christ from a variety of churches

Anyone who is a bible believing prayer warrior is invited to join us.
This will be conducted as a strategic, under the radar, spiritual Delta Force activity

For further information contact:

Tom Schreiner
schreinert52@gmail.com
303-913-0689 cell

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The Republican Study Committee of Colorado,P.O. Box 378, Berthoud, CO 80513.

The Republican Study Committee of Colorado(RSCC) is composed of conservative leaders within the Republican caucus of the Colorado legislature.

 

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September 14, 2022

SPECIAL REPORT. – FBI seizes Lindell’s phone for Colorado Federal Grand Jury

HERE is the link to a video report, published this morning, abouta somewhat dramatic FBI contact with Mike Lindell in Minnesota, which happened late in the day yesterday. Over the last several days the FBI and DOJ have ramped up their harassment of citizens who are exercising their First Amendment right to publicly question the accuracy of our electronic voting systems.

This particular case should be of interest to Colorado citizens, as it is concerning a federal grand jury inquiry here in Colorado concerning Mesa County clerk and recorder Tina Peters. It is obvious that the DOJ is not satisfied with the flimsy charges the Mesa County DA cooked up against her with his own grand jury and are on their own fishing expedition against this courageous patriot. Clerk Peters has already exposed the illegal destruction of election records and vote manipulation that the Colorado Secretary of State and Dominion voting systems orchestrated in 2020 and 2021.

This video is one hour long. Please watch it and pass it on. Every Colorado citizen needs to know this story of the corruption and abuse our government, at every level, is exerting on the fearless patriots who are sounding the alarms right before this critical election.

For Life and Liberty!

Kevin Lundberg
fmr Colorado State Senator


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September 10, 2022

1. Colorado Recount Broke the Law

2. Potent Message to Biden

3. Trump’s Virtues

4. Constitution Day

5. Join the Breakfast Club Zoom Call Every Monday Morning

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1. Colorado Primary Recount Broke the Law

The Colorado Recount was not conducted according the recount statute (CRS 1-10.5-102) and courts don’t seem to care; so far.

This past week Tina Peters’ lawsuit against the Colorado Secretary of State and the county clerks was dismissed by the court, without giving Tina’s attorney the opportunity to present the merits of the case. HERE is a link to the legal complaint that Tina Peters filed.

Tina Peters filed this suit because the recount of her primary election was conducted in specific violation of the Colorado recount law. The law clearly states that the fist step is for the canvas boards in each county to compare a random sample of the machine counted results of that election with a hand count of the paper ballots counted by those same machines. If any discrepancies are found in the two totals the ballots must be counted by hand. That first required step was completely ignored. Instead the Secretary if state ordered a machine count and the clerks followed her orders and went along with this blatant violation of the law!

A glaring question is obvious. Why is Secretary Griswold refusing to compare the ballots with the machine totals? Is there something she is hiding? She insists Colorado’s elections are the gold standard. Why not follow the law and put it to the test?

Tina assures me she will not give up the fight and will appeal for a fair hearing to a higher court. Please pray that justice and transparency will prevail, before we go through another election (as in this coming November).

2. Potent Message to Biden

Much has been said about the destructive policies of the current administration, but none I have seen or heard have have been more clear or effective than this five minute message from a naturalized citizen. To watch click HERE.

3. Trump’s Virtues

And… a potent contrast is this speech on Donald Trump. I hope you can spend a few minutes with this discourse. It is an excellent analysis of Trump and his role as President. To view click HERE.

4. Constitution Day 

235 years ago, on September 17, the Constitution was signed by the delegates who conceived this new concept of self-governance. I trust all will pause to consider what a blessing this document has been to all Americans, and the entire world.

In Windsor there will be a special program honoring the Constitution which I plan on attending. There is a charge for this event and registration is required. For more information click HERE. Whether or not you can make this meeting, please give some attention and honor to Constitution Day in 2022.

5. Join the Breakfast Club Zoom Call Every Monday Morning

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September 3, 2022

1. Biden’s “Historic” Speech

2. Tina Peters

3. Babylon Bee

4. Alaska’s Terrible Voting System

5. No zoom call on Monday

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1. Biden’s “Historic” Speech

Thursday night Joe Biden gave what was billed as an historic speech to the American people. I listened to as much of it as I could stand. If you want the text to the speech, click HERE.

The speech was historic, but not in the way Joe Biden intended. In my opinion, it was the worst, most dangerous speech ever delivered by a US president in my life time. With the backdrop of Independence Hall, lit with harsh blood-red lights and Marine guards, Joe Biden proved to the nation that he doesn’t understand our system of government and he has very little respect for the people. Claiming his speech to be about unity, he essentially declared war against a great number of us.

These few lines sum up much of what he was aiming at.

“MAGA Republicans do not respect the Constitution. They do not believe in the rule of law. They do not recognize the will of the people. They refuse to accept the results of a free election. And they’re working right now, as I speak in state after state, to give the power to decide elections in America to partisans and cronies, empowering election-deniers to undermine democracy itself.”

BTW, I agree that election deniers are undermining the democratic process, but he is chief among them, denying all of the evidence that the 2020 election was loaded with fraud and, like Jena Griswold, refuses any valid process to test the accuracy of the present voting systems.

Understand this, Biden is not simply going after Trump; he is going after all of us. His administration has flaunted the law and exceeded his constitutional responsibilities in flagrant ways. This speech was an ominous warning that we should heed and work to defeat.

Words fail me in expressing my contempt for his attitude and harsh delivery. It was filled with empty platitudes and claims that were the complete opposite of the truth. Again and again he said that those of us who adhere to the ideals of making American great are a threat to our “democracy.”

First, he doesn’t understand that our nation was not established as a democracy, it is a constitutional republic. This is significant, as a major theme in the speech was preserve the “democracy” and I have observed that those who call for democracy are rarely interested in the Bill of Rights and the constitutional limits of civil government. They are interested in power and control, something Biden has used again and again in these first twenty months of his administration.

Biden’s speech sounded more like a dictator than a US President. Or, to put a better face on this, maybe he is just desperate to find something that works. Inflation is still raging, a recession deepening, the southern border is totally out of control, crime in our major cities is skyrocketing, schools are failing, parents are outraged with the woke culture being pushed on their kids, the military is being compromised by that same woke system… I could go on, but you get the point.

Here is another example from Biden’s speech; “MAGA forces are determined to take this country backwards — backwards to an America where there is no right to choose, no right to privacy, no right to contraception, no right to marry who you love.” This is red meat rhetoric for the hard left, and a direct slap in the face if you are pro-life or pro-marriage, but hardly an accurate counter to making America great again.

I close my observations with a link to a short exchange between Steve Bannon and Arizona candidate for governor, Kari Lake. In less than two minutes they sum it up pretty well. To view it click HERE.

2. Tina Peters

The Mesa County DA is accelerating his criminal proceedings against Tina Peters, while she pursues her lawsuits against the secretary of state and county clerks. I expect several developments in the next few days as Tina continues to defend herself and the integrity of our election systems. In some ways I think Biden’s speech is a reaction to the issues Tina fearlessly bringing before the nation.

3. Babylon Bee

I don’t know if you are aware of the political satire produced by The Babylon Bee. They are very good at poking fun at folks that deserve it. HERE is a link I recommend.

4. Alaska’s Terrible Voting System

The results are in for the special election to replace Alaska’s US representative. Even though Alaska is a strong Republican state, because they have a “jungle” primary where everyone competes on one ballot and the final vote is determined through a complex system called ranked voting, the Democrat candidate won.

Just like Colorado’s open primary, which is a bad idea, jungle primaries are equally frustrating, often yielding a result that does not accurately reflect the will of the people. On top of that ranked voting puts down another layer of confusion, further complicating the election results. Also, be aware that ranked voting makes counting of ballots nearly impossible.

Voters in Fort Collins; be aware that a question allowing ranked voting will be on your November ballot.

5. No zoom call on Monday

As is our normal custom, we take a break from our normal Zoom calls on holidays that fall on Mondays and that includes Labor day on September 5. We will be back the next week, on September 12.


For Life and Liberty!

Kevin Lundberg
fmr Colorado State Senator


As the executive director for the Republican Study Committee of Colorado, I am working to keep this organization a powerful voice for conservative values in the Colorado legislature. We are a non-profit 501(c)4 organization, relying on contributions (which are not tax-deductible).

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August 27, 2022

1. Summit and Election Update

2. Griswold Doesn’t Get It

3. Priola

4. Finger Troubles

5. Join the Breakfast Club Zoom Call Every Monday Morning

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What a week!

1. Summit and Election Update

This week started with The Moment of Truth Summit, which I attended in Springfield, Missouri on Saturday and Sunday. I did file a report early Sunday on the Summit, but it continued all that day with much more information about the state of elections in our country.

The big take aways from The Moment of Truth Summit were the premier showing of the documentary (S)Election Code, reports on election highlights from all 50-states, and the fact that over a thousand citizens came from every state who understand that election fraud is rampant in our system. We must do better if the Republic is to survive.

One call to action at the Moment of Truth Summit was asking citizens in every state to collect the cast vote records before the time expires for preserving those records. According to federal law that date is early in September of this year, 22 months after the 2020 election. However, Colorado law requires all records to be maintained for at least 25 months. This does not mean we should hold off, but we should also be aware that no Colorado clerk can legally destroy 2020 election records in Colorado until at least December. All of this information is free and available to all on FrankSpeech.com.

In a related subject, here is an article on an election system that has worked well for many years in France. Everyone votes in-person, with paper ballots, on Election Day, with ID required. All ballots are hand counted that same night. This method leaves very little room for wide spread fraud and therefore confidence in the accuracy of their elections is very high.

2. Griswold Doesn’t Get It

Here in Colorado, the Secretary of State either doesn’t want to understand how to protect our elections or is incapable of understanding how this can be done.

Here is an email that Secretary Griswold sent to her supporters on Friday:

“Even though she lost, Tina Peters, the Big Lie conspiracy theorist who is facing felony charges, refused to concede and demanded a recount in the Republican primary for Secretary of State.

“This is a crucial moment in American history, as election deniers continue to spread misinformation and gain traction around the country, it becomes even more important that everyone stays involved and engaged.

“I needed to reach out to you quickly because we are coming up on our end-of-month deadline. With Big Lie rhetoric still circulating throughout the country, we need to show the strength behind our campaign.

“Please join me in the fight to expand access to the polls and protect the will of the people by rushing in $25 right now.

“Thanks for everything you do,

Jena Griswold”

Clearly Jena Griswold is just trying to raise cash for her campaign, but the substance of this letter ignores the facts and flips the truth on its head. In fact, Tina Peters is only guilty of doing her job; preserving all of the election records. Tina has also sued the Colorado Secretary of State and the County Clerks because they conducted her primary election recount in specific violation of the Colorado recount law. 

I have covered many of the details of this dispute in previous reports, however for the complete picture HERE is a link to the legal complaint that Tina Peters filed. For an expanded view on my views on election integrity issues HERE is a speech that I gave at Truth and Liberty last year.

3. Priola

This past week State Senator Kevin Priola announced he is switching parties from Republican to Democrat. This was an extraordinary move that potentially changes the balance of political power in the Colorado State Senate for 2023 and 2024.

I have seen Colorado state legislators flip parties before, but never in the middle of their term. They understood that the people in their district voted for them with a specific party affiliation. In my opinion, this is a severe betrayal of the voters in his senate district.

Even though Priola’s voting patterns probably won’t change much (he voted consistently with the Democrats), I believe his actions warrant a close look at the recall provisions in Colorado law for the citizens in his district.

4. Finger Troubles

On a personal note, many already know that on Tuesday I had a severe accident with my table saw and nearly cut off three fingers on my left hand. The doctor spent over two hours reattaching the fingers with what was left, however the final prognosis is still uncertain. I have been overwhelmed with care and compassion from so many and I continue to say with absolute certainty that God is good all the time.

I am not sure how this will effect my abilities in the future but I do look forward to whatever adventure God has in store for me and my wonderful family. Thank you for your prayers and support.

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August 21

Special Report on the first day of The Moment of Truth Summit.

As I reported earlier, I am currently attending the The Moment of Truth Summit, which is an in-depth look at the current state of our election systems from across the country. The summit is being live-streamed on Frankspeech.com. Much of the Summit is also available for replaying on Frankspeech.com. I strongly recommend viewing what you can of the Summit today (it will be conducted from 9 AM to 9 PM, Central time).

Some of the highlights from Saturday were state by state reports of election integrity issues. This took a long time to get through all 50 states, but most individual state reports are now available to be viewed one at a time. There is a wealth of specific information to be had from those reports.

I don’t see any rebroadcast available on Frankspeech.com at this time, but the premier showing of the documentary Selection Code was the program last night. This is, essentially, the story of Tina Peters, the clerk and recorder for Mesa County, Colorado. Selection Code is also a detailed description of the deep problems of electronic election systems. This was a powerful presentation of the significant problems we have with our current elections systems AND the clear solution: hand count the ballots. Get rid of the machines that are ripe for fraud and abuse and return to a secure voting system of which we can all have confidence in it’s accuracy and integrity. All aspects of our voting systems must be fortified (voter registration, distribution, collection and storage of ballots, and counting and tabulation of the results) but the most vulnerable and opaque part is the secretive and complex electronic voting machinery. 

I have seen several documentaries designed to unravel the mysteries surrounding election systems. They all reveal certain parts to this intricate puzzle, but Selection Code is the most powerful one produced which I have seen.

If you can, please watch This final day of The Moment of Truth Summitit will be time well spent.

August 20, 2022

1. Election Integrity

2. 87,000 More IRS Agents?

3. Who Feeds Whom?

4. 1,200 Scientists and Scholars Declare “There Is No Climate Emergency”

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1. Election Integrity

As I publish this week’s edition of the Lundberg Report I am in Springfield, Missouri, attending The Moment of Truth Summit. This event, sponsored by Mike Lindell, is a gathering of patriotic citizens from across the country who want to reestablish confidence in our voting systems. This can only accomplished by fixing the problems which have plagued our recent elections. I will take careful notes and report on all I see and hear at this summit.

This week lawsuits have been filed in two Colorado counties challenging the use of Colorado’s electronic voting systems in the November general election. The lawsuits were filed in the state district courts in Mesa and El Paso counties. The basis of the lawsuits is that the electronic voting systems violate Colorado and federal law by systematically deleting files and other data that are required to be maintained under the respective statutes.  Accordingly, it is illegal to use these systems in the upcoming November election. The lawsuits were filed under a special Colorado statute that allows for expedited treatment of complaints about the conduct of upcoming elections. They are supported by an extensive declaration by a well qualified cyber security expert. My thanks to Maurice Emmer for providing this timely report

Finally, here are success stories concerning election integrity. The Family Research Council recently filed this report on the progress several states have made to ensure that their elections do have transparency and accuracy. Click here for their story.

2. 87,000 More IRS Agents?

This week, as the nation once again is learning the meaning of stagflation, the occupant in the White House signed a bill that will tax the people hundreds of billions of dollars and spend the money on inflationary projects, including hiring an estimated 87,000 additional IRS agents. Nothing could go wrong here…

For a little background, here is a short video on one way the IRS recruits their investigative agents. This video was not produced as a political statement, it is a factual report on IRS policies and procedures. I know you will find it informative, from which you can draw your own conclusions.

3. Who Feeds Whom?

For all of us in rural Colorado the governor’s live in companion had some advice, which the FencePost (a rural Colorado newspaper) has published for our edification. Colorado voters ought to know what sort of values and attitudes are held in the Polis household. The story can be found here.


4. 1,200 Scientists and Scholars Declare “There Is No Climate Emergency”

As we are daily barraged by policies that assume global warming is threatening the very existence of life on our planet, it is important to keep this within the perspective of actual experts, who have joined in this declaration, which includes: “Scientists should openly address uncertainties and exaggerations in their predictions of global warming, while politicians should dispassionately count the real costs as well as the imagined benefits of their policy measures…” Click here for more information.

5. Join the Breakfast Club Zoom call every Monday Morning

For more discussion on the issues above and any other topic that may come up, join our Zoom call every Monday morning at 7:30 AM. On this call, if the internet connection is working at my hotel, I hope to give a fresh, first-hand report on The Moment of Truth Summit.

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August 13, 2022

1. Election Misinformation

2. The Fourth Amendment and FBI Raids

3. Message from Ashe in America

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1. Election Misinformation

You have got to watch this 30 second ad to believe it! Former Secretary of State (SOS) Wayne Williams (who was defeated by Griswold in the 2018 election) has teamed up with her to warn us all about “election misinformation.” Talk about the pot calling the kettle black!  In the ad they insist that Colorado’s elections are “safe and secure.”

Well, how about proving it? Griswold had the perfect opportunity last week. She could have simply followed Colorado’s recount law (CRS 1-110.5-102). As I detailed in the last two Lundberg Reports (given below on this page), Griswold conducted an illegal recount by refusing to allow the canvas boards to follow the required test comparison of machine counts and hand counts of the actual paper ballots cast for the GOP SOS primary. Instead she, and now Williams, just bloviate about their “gold standard” without any any proof!

I do agree with one thing Griswold and Williams said. “Always use trusted sources.” My source is the actual Colorado law. Can we get any closer to the facts than that?  The next test of the election system here in Colorado will be the lawsuit that Tina Peters and other candidates have filed against Griswold and the county clerks. Thanks to supporters of these candidates all of the counties have been served the law suit notices and we expect the judge to start the legal process next week. With the general election just around the corner this suit must processed quickly.

For more information on this important issue I recommend this report  from America’s Mom.

2. The Fourth Amendment and FBI Raids

Here in Colorado we have seen this before, Just ask Tina Peters or Sheronna Bishop, but now it is President Trump’s home. The FBI is developing a reputation for police-state tactics of intimidation. And now they have ramped it up to an example that no one will ever forget. Much has been said by many over the past few days and I will not dwell long on this outrageous behavior of an organization that used to be held in high esteem.

However, I bring up this one point: Have we forgotten the Bill of Rights? In all of the hours of news stories and commentaries I have listened to, only once, and then in quick passing, was the Fourth Amendment specifically addressed.

“The right of the people to be secure in their persons, houses, papers, and effects, against unreasonable searches and seizures, shall not be violated, and no Warrants shall issue, but upon probable cause, supported by Oath or affirmation, and particularly describing the place to be searched, and the persons or things to be seized.”

Yes, the FBI was using a search warrant, but this is a clear example of the severe misuse of the Fourth Amendment, particularly when law enforcement wants to go an a “fishing expedition.” It is crystal clear to anyone who carefully considers all of the facts that the executive branch of the Federal Government is abusing our constitutional rights, turning their legitimate police powers into political tools for corrupt purposes.

We must demand better, and the best place to start is at the ballot box this November.

3. Message from Ashe in America

Ashe in America has been providing valuable information on Colorado’s election issues and more. I have found her writing style creative and her information accurate. I consider her a trusted source of much that has been happening here in Colorado and beyond. This week she sent out a dignified request for support and I ask that you give her request  serious consideration.

There are many patriots who have devoted a great deal of their time and energy to election integrity, integrity that is more than hollow promises, integrity that is safe, secure and verified. Ashe is one of those patriots, help her as you are able. Thank you.

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August 6, 2022

1. Statewide Recount Did Not Follow the Colorado Law

2. Moore v. Harper Will Test Independent State Legislature Doctrine

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1. Statewide Recount Did Not Follow the Colorado Law

This story is really a followup to the lead story of last week, concerning the recount of the Secretary of State (SOS) primary election, which can be found below this August 6 edition on this webpage.

As I wrote last week, SOS Griswold insisted on conducting a machine recount, even though the concerns many of us have are with the integrity of the machine counting and tabulating software. This could have all been settled appropriately with a manual, hand count of the actual paper ballots. If the results turned out the same as the original reported results of the primary, Griswold would have been vindicated and we could all have that much more confidence in our election system. If the results of a hand count were very different than the reported totals, all of Colorado would see that we must immediately abandon the machines and conduct future elections with a hand count system.

That is what could have been. What happened this week did not settle anything. At the SOS ‘s orders a machine count was conducted and the results were virtually identical to the first time the machines processed the ballots. No surprise there.

Some claim this settles the matter, but in fact it only proved that the machines continue to act in the same fashion as they did in the original count. What it did not answer was: are the machines accurately tabulating the votes indicated on the original paper ballots? That can only be answered by comparing the original machine count to a hand count of the same ballots.

Additionally, upon careful observation by recount watchers, it was found that the recount was not conducted according to Colorado law in two significant ways. First, the election machines are not properly certified, as required by federal law and the machines have several major vulnerabilities that have not been adequately addressed. Conducting a hand count would circumvent this immediate concern. Secondly, a test comparison of the machines to a hand count of ballots was not conducted before the recount, as required by Colorado law (CRS 1-10.5-102 (3) (a)).

That subsection says: “Prior to any recount, the canvass board shall choose at random and test voting devices used in the candidate race, ballot issue, or ballot question that is the subject of the recount. The board shall use the voting devices it has selected to CONDUCT A COMPARISON of the machine count of the ballots counted on each such voting device for the candidate race, ballot issue, or ballot question to the corresponding manual count of the voter-verified paper records.” (I added the emphasis with the color, capitalizing and bold type.)

This never happened. Instead the SOS required what they call a Limited Risk Audit, which does not give the comparison of what the machine counted originally in the primary to a hand count of those same voted ballots. The above subsection is very clear and it never happened in any county. This is a serious error, which must be corrected for the recount to be valid. It must follow these essential steps required in Colorado law.

Accordingly Tina Peters has filed a suit against SOS Griswold and the county clerks, demanding that they follow the law. That complaint can be found here. I commend clerk and candidate Tina Peters for her tenacity, despite all of the ridicule she is enduring from the media, political pundits and other uninformed “experts.” Because of her courage we may still have a chance to have accurate elections in Colorado, and have confidence in the results.

 

2. Moore v. Harper Will Test Independent State Legislature Doctrine

Here is a case the Supreme Court has taken up for their next session that we need to keep an eye on. It has to do with what is called the Independent State Legislature Doctrine. Essentially it asks, do state legislatures have the absolute authority to draw congressional districts, or can courts step in and change those maps, thus taking over this power from the directly elected, legislative branch of government?

This case might be decided quickly, as it directly impacts the North Carolina congressional elections this November.

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July 30, 2022

1. Statewide SOS Primary Recount is On

2. Digging Deeper Into Election integrity

3. Colorado Enterprises are Now 40% of the Budget

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1. Statewide SOS Primary Recount is On

Over the last few days we have seen some extraordinary moments in the aftermath of the Republican primary. In a last minute push secretary of state (SOS) Republican candidate Tina Peters raised enough money, under the strict rules of campaign finance contributions, to fund a state-wide recount of her race. I sent out a notice to my readers (thank you to all who responded) and Tina appealed to the state and the nation, from which enough money was raised for her to pay the over $250,000 fee to the SOS to demand a recount.

Every county in Colorado is now preparing to conduct the recount next week. However, as of this writing, SOS Griswold is denying the manual hand-count that Peters is demanding, insisting that to follow the law it must be counted by the Dominion software and hardware. It is my understanding that Tina Peters is seeking a court order to force the hand-count.

Griswold is wrong. The law does not support her decision.

The law says in CRS 1-10.5-102 (3) (b) “If the results of the comparison of the machine count and the manual count in accordance with the requirements of subsection (3)(a) of this section are identical, or if any discrepancy is able to be accounted for by voter error, then the recount may be conducted in the same manner as the original ballot count. If the results of the comparison of the machine count and the manual count in accordance with the requirements of subsection (3)(a) of this section are not identical, or if any discrepancy is not able to be accounted for by voter error, a presumption is created that the voter-verified paper records will be used for a final determination unless evidence exists that the integrity of the voter-verified paper records has been irrevocably compromised. The secretary of state shall decide which method of recount is used in each case, based on the secretary’s determination of which method will ensure the most accurate count, subject to judicial review for abuse of discretion. Nothing in this subsection (3) limits any person from pursuing any applicable legal remedy otherwise provided by law.”

To emphasize my argument I colored the most relevant words and phrases in this statute.

 

First, it is clear that both options are a possibility for a recount, machine (electronic), and manual (hand) because the term “may” is used.

Second, it is true that the SOS may choose the machines (electronic) for a recount, but only if the machines have been ruled out as the source of the questionable return totals. If there is a question of the machine’s accuracy, the paper records are to be used under most circumstances. This is what “a presumption is created that the voter-verified paper records will be used for a final determination” means.

In all cases the SOS is to use the method that will “ensure the most accurate count.” When the very reason for the recount is because there is serious concern that the machines have been compromised, the only way to verify the accuracy of the machines is to test their results against a hand count of all ballots cast for the SOS race.

Finally, understanding that a secretary of state may use bad judgment in such a highly charged situation, this statute wisely states the obvious, that the judgement of the SOS is “subject to judicial review for abuse of discretion.” Therefore, as I understand it, an injunction is being sought to overturn Griswold’s decision to reject a hand count.

At this stage of this still developing story I have one more observation.

SOS Griswold’s total rejection of a hand count is strong evidence that the machines have been fraudulently manipulated and Griswold knows it.

If the opposite were true, that the machines are truly the “gold standard” of election integrity, Griswold should welcome a hand recount to prove to the world that the machines are accurate. And in this case Peters and her supporters are the ones who are paying the bill to have the recount test conducted. What better way could SOS Griswold devise to vindicate and validate her claim that the Colorado voting system is the “gold standard?”

9:00 PM, 7/30/22- additional information:

On Friday several counties started the recount process by testing the election machines. However, they did not follow the letter of the law for recount procedures, which are given in parts of 1-10.5-102 that I did not reproduce in this article. Instead they followed the procedures for a regular election and no manual count was included in the test, which the law requires for recounts. Additionally, the test pretty much blew up in their face as 30-60% of the ballots were rejected by the scanner system, requiring them to be individually sorted out, which is taking way too much time to process.

As I see it, the probability of a hand count is growing as their machine process is bogging down, is not following the statutory law for recounts  and ultimately may prove to be unworkable, given the fact that the recount must be completed this week.

2. Digging Deeper Into Election integrity

Here are some resources I ran across recently about election integrity issues here in Colorado and across the nation:

Discussion on Colorado voting issues by two well informed attorneys.

Nation-wide analysis of  recent problems and solutions in state election laws.

Short video on plan to take back precinct leadership across the nation.

3. Colorado Enterprises are Now 40% of the Budget

TABOR allows an exception to it’s strict limits on state revenue and state spending. It is called State Enterprises. Instead of taxes, they charge fees (really taxes).  Over the 30 years of TABOR State Enterprise revenues have ballooned to over 36 times the original amount collected (and spent), without any constraints from the Tax Payers’ Bill of Rights (TABOR).

Here is a link to the details.


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July 23, 2022

1. January 6

2. AZ Suit to End Electronic Voting Machines

3. Sidney Powell

4. UN Food Policy

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1. January 6

With the Congressional committee wrapping up their January 6 show trial, we have been subjected to a lot of fake news. Their narrative is Trump planned this riot as a way to overthrow the government. However, the only thing they got right was somebody did set this up to explode, only the bad actors were Pelosi, Schumer and company, including some leadership in the FBI. For a dose of realty, check out this story and the brief trailer for a documentary on January 6, just released on Friday.

2. AZ Suit to End Electronic Voting Machines

Last Thursday was a big day for voter integrity issues. A suit seeking the elimination of electronic voting systems in Arizona finally was heard before a federal judge. Additionally, in Wisconsin the election commission told clerks to ignore some state election laws. For a real time analysis of that court hearing, the story coming out of Wisconsin and some aspects of the election law in Georgia, watch this program on Frank Speech. Of particular interest is when they listen in on the actual audio of the court hearing, which starts about halfway through the program.

3. Sidney Powell

Sidney Powell is an attorney who has been on the front lines of defending President Trump in the public square. She has been vilified by the mainstream media, like everyone else who is trying to get to the truth of the 2020 election. In this in-depth interview Sidney Powell gives a clear picture of who she is and what she is trying to accomplish. For another dose of realty I recommend this hour long interview.

4. UN Food Policy

Here is a startling report on the food policies of the UN, which are an integral part of their plan called Agenda 2030. With all of the chatter on food shortages and the farmer revolts in Europe, this is an issue that must not be ignored.

As a sidebar to this story, please note that when we have had heat waves before 2000, news reports would simply report on the temperatures and the immediate consequences of those temperatures. Today most of the news reports are trying to make it proof positive of an impending crisis of global warming that will end life on this planet. Hmm… this kind of reminds me of the 18th century Thomas Malthus (look him up), or the following list of false predictions:


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July 16, 2022

1. Recount

2. Tina Peters

3. Court Packing

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1. Recount

This week the Hanks campaign and the Peters campaign both requested a recount of the primary election ballots. Here is a copy of the Peters letter to the Colorado Secretary of State (SOS). Here is the SOS reply. The request pointed out the suspected issue is the counting and reporting system itself and therefore the recount needs to be an actual hand recount to verify the accuracy of the equipment, or demonstrate equipment failures, or intentional manipulation.

If the electronic system is as accurate as the SOS insists it is, one should expect the SOS to welcome this opportunity to demonstrate that accuracy in a very public way. However, the SOS response was to  insist they use the same electronic systems, which will prove nothing. The SOS also required both campaigns pay over $230,000 to initiate the recount. As I understand it, both campaigns have rejected the SOS response and are asking for a recount that will, in fact, really count the actual ballots. Stay tuned…

2. Tina Peters

Tina Peters has been in the news for more than just the recount requests, but somehow I think there is a relationship.
This week she spoke at a conference in Nevada. To hear her speech, which I recommend, click here and start at the 2 hour, 27 minute mark.

Because the Mesa County DA thought she had broken her terms of her pretrial bond the DA initiated an arrest warrant for her. It was a miscommunication on the part of her legal team that created the problem and Friday afternoon the judge did quash (kill) the warrant, but not before many misleading headlines once again created a false narrative against the reputation of Tina.

For a much more accurate picture of this fighting patriot, please click on the above link and listen to the speech she gave in Nevada (it is brief, but powerful).

3. Court Packing

This has not been in the news recently, but there is a very real possibility it will be a major story after the November election. Whether or not the Democrats lose the House and/or Senate, they will still control everything until next January. There will be tremendous pressure on every Democrat senator to support packing Supreme Court with Biden-picked liberals.

This would effectively end the independence of the courts and be the biggest challenge to preserving the Republic since the Civil War.

A recent national poll shows a very big divide on this issue between Democrats and Republicans, both in Congress and across the nation. I will keep a careful eye on this subject and keep you posted.


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July 9, 2022

1. More Good News From Washington

2. Open Primary is a Problem in Several States

3. Colorado Department of Early Childhood

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1. More Good News From Washington

As a followup to the story I led with last week, here is a 40 minute discussion on the just released Kennedy and Carson decisions from the U. S. Supreme Court. This round table discussion is from the attorneys who argued these cases before the high court. As I said last week, taken together, they represent a huge jump forward in religious freedom and freedom of conscience. Please take the time to check this out. it will have major effect on government programs for decades to come.

2. Open Primary is a Problem in Several States

We have seen, firsthand, many of the problems created by an open primary system in Colorado. Here is a recent story about similar problems in nine other states across the nation. This article points out that this is not just a Colorado problem. More and more conservative leaders are figuring out that the open primary is designed to weed out conservative candidates and leave us with middle of the road politicians.

I reported last week that many troubling irregularities were found in our recently held primary election. Many highly qualified experts are sorting through the evidence and hope to unveil their findings within the week. I look forward to including that valuable information in a future publication of this report.

3. Colorado Department of Early Childhood

The opening website headline for the newly formed Colorado Department of Early Childhood says it all:

Universal Preschool is Coming!

Polis’ latest big project is here, aiming to take over parenting at the earliest ages. This brand new department, authorized by the current Colorado legislature, opened their doors this month and their plans line up perfectly with the woke-socialist agenda of the governor. Combine this with the state’s legislated policies that promote an alphabet soup of genders, a rejection of traditional family values and our nation’s remarkable history of One Nation Under God and we have the next generation (literally) of government as defined by the hard left.


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July 2, 2022

1. Good News From Washington

2. Open Primary Opens Pandora’s Box

3. Tucker Carlson on Criminalizing Political Speech

4. No Breakfast Club Zoom Call on Monday, July 4. We will be Back on July 11.
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1. Good News From Washington

This year’s Supreme Court decisions show a major shift in the Court. Overturning Roe v. Wade was just the beginning. Two cases, when taken together, represent a huge jump forward in religious freedom and freedom of conscience.

The case affirming the Washington state high school coach’s constitutional right to publicly pray at the end of a game and the case from Maine, prohibiting the state of Maine from excluding all religious private schools from participating in a state sponsored tuition program both dramatically change court standards for defending the free exercise clause of the First Amendment.

These decisions changed the legal standards for allowing teachers to express their faith. Governments at all levels can allow monuments containing elements of religious faith to be placed on public property and citizens can once again live their lives with their freedom of conscience reaffirmed in the courts of our nation. This may affect over 20,000 court decisions made on this subject over the past several decades.

Similar decisions on the Second Amendment, limits to EPA authority, etc. all point to a definite shift in the Court. I see a much greater respect for the constitutional limitations on government, support for individual rights and a respect of states’ jurisdictional authority. This is great news (thank Donald Trump for great nominations).

Now we must make sure Congress does not destroy the Court and these great steps forward for freedom with court packing…

2. Open Primary Opens Pandora’s Box
-report amended 5:18 PM, July 2-

Amendment to report: Today I learned of serious anomalies that are reported to have been found in the Colorado primary election results. I will report more on this breaking story as confirmed information becomes available.

This week’s primary election was a clear demonstration of how dysfunctional Colorado’s open primary system has become. Of the ten people I endorsed nine were top line candidates, meaning they won their district assembly and were therefore the top choice of active Republicans in their district. Eight of the ten lost their primary election.

I did not pick those I endorsed because they were top line candidates, I picked them because they stood most clearly for limited, constitutional government policies. Apparently the Republicans in their respective districts also considered them the best candidates. The most troubling outcome was for secretary of state. Here is a more detailed analysis of that upside-down election result.

Unfortunately, Colorado Republicans no longer pick who they want to represent the party on the November ballot. Statewide a little less than a million ballots are mailed to Republicans, but 1.6 million Republican ballots are also mailed to non-Republican, unaffiliated voters. The party has lost control over the party’s main function, to field candidates in the general elections.

Sending out primary ballots to 1.6 million non-Republicans gives a wide open field for dark money from bad actors to step in and corrupt the primary voting process. There are more than enough legitimate concerns with the overall integrity of our voting systems from the bad actors (more on that in future newsletters). We should not also have such sloppy election laws that intentionally scramble the election process.

This is why I have been an advocate for challenging Colorado’s open primary in court. I look forward to the day when the Colorado GOP gets onboard with our work to take this to court and challenge Colorado’s clearly unconstitutional, open primary system. If you agree, please consider two actions.

Tell the state GOP leaders that they have an obligation to follow the Republican State Central Committee’s resolution from the September of 2021 meeting to take this to federal court. Secondly, help fund the effort by contributing to the legal fund we set up because the party has not yet acted on this critical issue. Click here for more information.

3. Tucker Carlson on Criminalizing Political Speech

Tucker Carlson issued a stark warning concerning Biden’s DOJ’s recent actions to criminalize political speech. Watch it here.


4. No Breakfast Club Zoom Call on Monday, July 4. We will be Back on July 11.

It is independence Day! Spend the day exercising your constitutional freedoms. Celebrate your God-given, inalienable rights. As is our custom, the Breakfast club does not meet on major holidays. We will be Back on July 11.

For Life and Liberty!

Kevin Lundberg
fmr Colorado State Senator


As the executive director for the Republican Study Committee of Colorado, I am working to keep this organization a powerful voice for conservative values in the Colorado legislature. We are a non-profit 501(c)4 organization, relying on contributions (which are not tax-deductible).

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June 22, 2022 – amended on June 24

Roe v Wade Overturned!

By now most should know the keystone decision for this year’s Supreme Court session was released today (June 24). After 49 years one of the most troubling court decisions was overturned. I did a state by state study of the state laws three years ago and came to the conclusion that ending Roe might reduce abortions nation-wide by about 10%. It also moves the political debate to where it legally belongs, in the hands of the states.

This was a watershed moment, but it does not end the debate, it merely moves it to the next level, for a state by state struggle as we continue to work for the defense of the defenseless. This is a battle for the millions of children who are alive, growing, but not yet born. I pray we will have the fortitude to engage in this political fight until children are recognized with their God-given right to life, which is the only way they can enjoy liberty and the pursuit of happiness.

SPECIAL EDITION: PRE-PRIMARY, MUST WATCH REPORT

I “stopped the presses” for this week’s report and published this vital message ASAP that every voter in Colorado needs to watch.

It is long (one hour), but essential to know before voting in this year’s primary. If you have already sent your ballot in still watch this report and pass it on to others. I have been following the election fraud issue for decades, and very closely since the 2020 election. I have never seen this story told in clearer terms than this interview with Tina Peters.

There have been several reports, documentaries and interviews which I have passed on to you in my weekly reports. If you followed all of it, you know, as I do, that our election systems have been severely compromised. However, each report only covers a part of the problem, as it is a complex issue, with multiple vulnerabilities. No one report can give the entire picture.

This one hour interview of Tina Peters gives the big picture in a way that I have not seen before. I am convinced that every voter, from every party, needs this information before voting again.

Please view this interview and please pass this on before the final day of the primary election, which is less than one week away!

To View this Interview Click on the Image

The link to the interview is: https://americacanwetalk.org/interview-with-tina-peters-and-sherronna-bishop-6-09-22-full-episode/

This is all I expect to be covering until after the Primary election next week. Please pass this on!

P.S. For the complete list of my primary endorsements, scroll down this page to the June 18 report,  item numer three.

June 18, 2022

1. Excellent Analysis of the Current Energy Crisis

2. Reactions to Roe Decision

3. My Primary Endorsements

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1. Excellent Analysis of the Current Energy Crisis

 

Here is a video analysis ofthe current energy crisis. It is about 14 minutes long and well worth the time it will take to watch:  https://rumble.com/v18jxzh-dave-walsh-regulatory-issues-by-the-elite-have-pushed-energy-prices-highave.html.

2. Reactions to Roe Decision

As of this writing, the Roe decision has yet to be released, but expect a severe response from what will be the final decision from the Supreme Court. Here is a sobering report on what some in the left has in mind.


3. My Primary Endorsements

The primary election ends on June 28 and the campaigns are fully engaged! Help us get the word out to everyone.

Ron Hanks at campaign meeting in Parker on June 17

In Larimer County, for Sheriff I recommend Jeff Fisher. I have listened to both candidates several times, and whereas I see some encouraging aspects of both men, I have a greater confidence level in Jeff’s ability to lead and his basic principles of good government policies.

For House District 49 (rural parts of Larimer and Boulder counties, and all of Clear Creek and Gilpin counties) I like both candidates and wish them both well for the primary election.

In House District 51, the Loveland district, I am endorsing Austin Hein, the challenger to the current incumbent, who is currently the Republican leader in the House. I am not satisfied with how the incumbent has led the Republican caucus and I think we need a change.

South and West of Denver Congressional District 7 has become a possible pickup for the Republicans. It is a competitive race in the primary as well, with three candidates. My choice is Laurel Imer. Her two competitors are both strong candidates, but Laurel is the America First candidate who has worked hard and will, in my opinion, best fight for our rights in Congress.

In the new Congressional District 8 my choice for Congress is Lori Saine (BTW, I had trouble getting to her website, big tech is apparently trying to shut down Lori’s website). She was a reliable conservative vote in the Colorado House for many years. I believe Lori will best represent our conservative values in the tough environment of ‘Washington DC. For state school board in CD8 my choice is Peggy Propst. Peggy has already served on the state school board. Her experience assures me she knows how to be most effective on that important board.

Some months ago I endorsed two candidates for the Colorado House, which I had neglected to put in this list of endorsements. They are Bill Jack, in the Castle Rock area and Gabe Evans in Adams and Weld counties. Both men are solid in their principles and well prepared to be effective legislators .

For the Colorado secretary of state my choice is Tina Peters, without any question. Her most formidable opponent calls Colorado’s broken election system the “gold standard” and she played a key role in distributing over $300,000,000 of Zuckerberg’s money in the 2020 race, most of which was spent on get-out-the-vote efforts in Democrat areas of the key swing states.

Peters has proven to be a fighter and she is fighting for the right causes. The “indictments” levied against her is nothing more than political mud slinging, which I have covered in some detail over the past several weeks. The third candidate is, in my opinion, a spoiler, attempting to divide the vote three ways, possibly eroding the vote total for Tina Peters. I don’t see him as much of a fighter, or having much of a chance of actually winning in November, like Tina.

For governor I choose Greg Lopez. I think he holds the best prospect of winning in November and I am confident in his values and diligence. His primary opponent is a worthy candidate, but my choice is Greg Lopez.

Ron Hanks is my clear choice for US Senate. His performance as a hard working, conservative state legislator, 30+ years in the Air Force, including serving as an intelligence officer, staunch support for the unborn and thoughtful approach to every subject tells me he will be a leader for the right reasons in the US Senate. His primary opponent is not pro-life, has, over the past dozen years, contributed to three times more Democrats than Republicans and has no experience as a legislator at any level. He has more money, but Hanks has an incredible grassroots team and a better, proven track record.

I have a few observations on a controversy that has arisen in some of the statewide races in the Republican primary. A lot of dark money from the left is running ads and sending out a lot of mailers promoting one Republican candidate over another and many Republicans are understandably upset over this development. It is the inevitable result of our open primary system, where unaffiliated voters are sent Republican and Democrat ballots. With such a wide field of potential voters it is too tempting to the bad actors to not play in the other party’s primary election.

I regret that too many Republican leaders were quick to declare that some Republican candidates were “unelectable.” These. public declarations were not so subtle invitations to the bad actors to try to play the field in Republican primaries. It would have been much better if the Republican Party had actively pursued the legal challenge to the open primary in 2022. At a bare minimum they now need to immediately stop showing such distain for dully elected Republican candidates and get on board with the federal challenge to the open primary system for 2024 and beyond.

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June 11, 2022

1. Political Theater While the Country Burns

2. My Primary Endorsements

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1. Political Theater While the Country Burns

 

What a week of contrasts. Inflation continues to rage, our Southern border gets worse every week, food, gas and other essentials are getting out of reach for far too many households. Public schools have become indoctrination centers for the left, big tech and big corporations have become woke censor machines and the intellectual elite are successfully convincing far too many that the often heralded, but never realized global warming myth is the greatest existential threat to mankind. In short, the world seems to be spinning out of control.

And Congress is fixated on destroying Donald Trump with their political theater. They don’t have time to address the very real problems we are facing every day,  but they can still stop everything to drag out a dog and pony show in prime time for the nation. I hope the nation can see through their distraction show and have enough sense to throw the bums out in November. Concerning the “case” they are building against President Trump, I have seen enough evidence of voter fraud in 2020 and have had enough personal conversations with Trump’s personal lawyers, who were on the ground with the President in January of 2021 to know better than what the left is throwing at us.

The bottom line? The left is lying. Don’t believe their lies and don’t waste any more time on their antics.

Here in Colorado, with the primary voting going on for most of this month, The political theater is also ramping up. Don’t buy it. Do your own research and vote accordingly.

BTW, Add these interesting and significant links to your research effort, before casting your votes for the primary candidates:

Hand count changes results in Georgia election

Former congressman pleads guilty to election fraud

New documentary on Tina Peters

Warning from J6 political prisoner

2. My Primary Endorsements

I first published my recommendations last week and I repeat it here as the actual election day is not until June 28.

In Larimer County, for Sheriff I recommend Jeff Fisher. I have listened to both candidates several times, and whereas I see some encouraging aspects of both men, I have a greater confidence level in Jeff’s ability to lead and his basic principles of good government policies.

For House District 49 (rural parts of Larimer and Boulder counties, and all of Clear Creek and Gilpin counties) I like both candidates and wish them both well for the primary election.

In House District 51, the Loveland district, I am endorsing Austin Hein, the challenger to the current incumbent, who is currently the Republican leader in the House. I am not satisfied with how the incumbent has led the Republican caucus and I think we need a change.

South and West of Denver Congressional District 7 has become a possible pickup for the Republicans. It is a competitive race in the primary as well, with three candidates. My choice is Laurel Imer. Her two competitors are both strong candidates, but Laurel is the America First candidate who has worked hard and will, in my opinion, best fight for our rights in Congress.

In the new Congressional District 8 my choice for Congress is Lori Saine (BTW, I had trouble getting to her website, big tech is apparently trying to shut down Lori’s website). She was a reliable conservative vote in the Colorado House for many years. I believe Lori will best represent our conservative values in the tough environment of ‘Washington DC. For state school board in CD8 my choice is Peggy Propst. Peggy has already served on the state school board. Her experience assures me she knows how to be most effective on that important board.

For the Colorado secretary of state my choice is Tina Peters, without any question. Her most formidable opponent calls Colorado’s broken election system the “gold standard” and she played a key role in distributing over $300,000,000 of Zuckerberg’s money in the 2020 race, most of which was spent on get-out-the-vote efforts in Democrat areas of the key swing states.

Peters has proven to be a fighter and she is fighting for the right causes. The “indictments” levied against her is nothing more than political mud slinging, which I have covered in some detail over the past several weeks. The third candidate is, in my opinion, a spoiler, attempting to divide the vote three ways, possibly eroding the vote total for Tina Peters. I don’t see him as much of a fighter, or having much of a chance of actually winning in November, like Tina.

For governor I choose Greg Lopez. I think he holds the best prospect of winning in November and I am confident in his values and diligence. His primary opponent is a worthy candidate, but my choice is Greg Lopez.

Ron Hanks is my clear choice for US Senate. His performance as a hard working, conservative state legislator, 30+ years in the Air Force, including serving as an intelligence officer, staunch support for the unborn and thoughtful approach to every subject tells me he will be a leader for the right reasons in the US Senate. His opponent is not pro-life, has, over the past dozen years, contributed to three times more Democrats than Republicans and has no experience as a legislator at any level. He has more money, but Hanks has an incredible grassroots team and a better, proven track record.

I have been asked to introduce Ron at a fundraiser for Ron and Tina next week, and pass along the invitation to you:

AMERICA 1st Candidates Making Colorado Proud again

RON HANKS -US Senate

TINA PETERS -Colorado Secretary of State

Meet / Greet / Fundraiser

When:  Friday June 17  Time: 5:30 pm

Where: Evie Zur’s Place  5915 Ponderosa Way,

The Pinery of Parker

A GARDEN PARTY PICNIC STYLE POTLUCK

Bring ONE of the following to share.

APPETIZER / CHICKEN (Fried, Baked, or Wings) SIDE / SALAD / DESSERT / BEER or WINE

Close in parking /Lawn chair ensures seat /Bring Sweater
OUTDOOR MOVIE 2000 MULES at 8:30 + TRAILERof Tina Documentary, Selection Code

NO SOCIAL MEDIA PLEASE!                         WORD OF MOUTH                          Getting invites out quietly on your conservative networks

BTW, many of my choices fly in the face of the established Republican political class in Colorado. Their claim (the established Republican political class in Colorado) is these candidates do not stand a chance of winning in November, hence we should not vote for them in the primary. However, most of the problem these candidates have in being electable is the established Republican political class in Colorado has declared them unelectable!

If the established Republican political class in Colorado would stop declaring certain candidates unelectable and stop betting on candidates who do not represent the party’s values (think O’Dea and Anderson…), the Colorado GOP might start winning statewide races again.

And I am not alone in this assessment. Of the eight candidates I have endorsed, seven of them were the top choice in their Republican assemblies. I think the established Republican political class in Colorado ought to seriously reassess their collective political wisdom. They are clearly not in line with the party platform, the delegates in Republican assemblies, or winning combinations in November…

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June 4, 2022 with additions added on June 5

1. My Primary Endorsements

2. Western Conservative Summit

3. Join the Breakfast Club Zoom call every Monday Morning
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1. My Primary Endorsements

 

The primary ballots are scheduled to be mailed out next week. Here are my endorsements for many of the competitive state-wide and local Republican races in the Northern Colorado area:

In Larimer County, for Sheriff I recommend Jeff Fisher. I have listened to both candidates several times, and whereas I see some encouraging aspects of both men, I have a greater confidence level in Jeff’s ability to lead and his basic principles of good government policies.

For House District 49 (rural parts of Larimer, Boulder, all of Clear Creek and ‘Gilpin counties I like both candidates and wish them both well for the primary election.

In House District 51, the Loveland district, I am endorsing Austin Hein, the challenger to the current incumbent, who is currently the Republican leader in the House. I am not satisfied with how the incumbent has lead the Republican caucus and I think we need a change.

South and West of Denver Congressional District 7 has become a possible pickup for the Republicans. It is a competitive race in the primary as well, with three candidates. My choice is Laurel Imer. Her two competitors are both strong candidates, but Laurel is the America First candidate who has worked hard and will, in my opinion, best fight for our rights in Congress.

In the new Congressional District 8 my choice for Congress is Lori Saine. She was a reliable conservative vote in the Colorado House for many years. I believe Lori will best represent our conservative values in the tough environment of ‘Washington DC. For state school board in CD8 my choice is Peggy Propst. Peggy has already served on the state school board. Her experience assures me she knows how to be most effective on that board.

For the Colorado secretary of state my choice is Tina Peters, without any question. Her most formidable opponent helped distribute over $300,000,000 of Zuckerberg’s money in the 2020 race, most of which was spent on Democrat areas of the key swing states.

Peters has proven to be a fighter and she is fighting for the right causes. The “indictments” levied against her is nothing more than political mud slinging, which I have covered in some detail over the past several weeks. The third candidate is, in my opinion, a spoiler, attempting to divide the vote three ways, possibly eroding the vote total for Tina Peters. I don’t see him as much of a fighter, like Tina.

For governor I choose Greg Lopez. I think he holds the best prospect of winning in November and I am confident in his values and diligence. His primary opponent is a worthy candidate, but my choice is Greg Lopez.

Ron Hanks is my clear choice for US Senate. His performance as a hard working, conservative state legislator, 30+ years in the Air Force, including serving as an intelligence officer, staunch support for the unborn and thoughtful approach to every subject tell me he will be a leader for the right reasons in the US Senate. His opponent is not pro-life, has, over the past dozen years, contributed to three times more Democrats than Republicans and has no experience as a legislator at any level. He has more money, but Hanks has an incredible grassroots team and a better, proven track record.


2. Western Conservative Summit

Greg Lopez, candidate for governor giving speech on the main stage.

On June 3 and 4 the Western Conservative Summit was held. This annual event is always a highlight for conservatives in the West. As has always been the case, it was two days packed with information, encouragement and inspiration. I strongly recommend this significant, annual event.

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 Go to the archive pages for earlier editions.

I lead this week’s report with a recent picture of the front window of the Larimer County Republican office. It is said that a picture tells a thousand words…

Does this vandalism of the GOP headquarters in Fort Collins have anything to with Biden’s inflammatory speech in front of Independence Hall?

Thanks Joe.

2. Polis Imports California’s Radical Ideas

Here is a troubling story of California’s radical attacks on our nation’s energy resources. California will be banning gas heaters, as described in this story. However, understand that Colorado’s Governor Polis has locked Colorado’s air control policies to California policies, so any time you see some extreme “green” agenda coming out of “California,” just insert the word “Colorado” because that is the policy system Polis has baked into our state’s laws.

And here is another discussion from a nationally published magazine on how California AND Colorado policies are implementing the “green” agenda.For more information on this subject seeSB21-200, HB19-1261 and HB19-1188.

 


3. Why Everyone Needs an AR-15


For the best argument I have seen against government gun control watch this interesting and informative videothat was published just a few days ago.

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Kevin Lundberg
fmr Colorado State Senator


As the executive director for the Republican Study Committee of Colorado, I am working to keep this organization a powerful voice for conservative values in the Colorado legislature. We are a non-profit 501(c)4 organization, relying on contributions (which are not tax-deductible).

Donations can be sent to:

The Republican Study Committee of Colorado,P.O. Box 378, Berthoud, CO 80513.

The Republican Study Committee of Colorado(RSCC) is composed of conservative leaders within the Republican caucus of the Colorado legislature.

 

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September 24, 2022

1. Attack on GOP Office 

2. Polis Imports California’s Radical Ideas

3. Why Everyone Needs an AR-15

4. Join the Breakfast Club Zoom Call Every Monday Morning

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1. Attack on GOP Office

I lead this week’s report with a recent picture of the front window of the Larimer County Republican office. It is said that a picture tells a thousand words…

Does this vandalism of the GOP headquarters in Fort Collins have anything to with Biden’s inflammatory speech in front of Independence Hall?

Thanks Joe.

2. Polis Imports California’s Radical Ideas

Here is a troubling story of California’s radical attacks on our nation’s energy resources. California will be banning gas heaters, as described in this story. However, understand that Colorado’s Governor Polis has locked Colorado’s air control policies to California policies, so any time you see some extreme “green” agenda coming out of “California,” just insert the word “Colorado” because that is the policy system Polis has baked into our state’s laws.

And here is another discussion from a nationally published magazine on how California AND Colorado policies are implementing the “green” agenda.For more information on this subject seeSB21-200, HB19-1261 and HB19-1188.

 


3. Why Everyone Needs an AR-15


For the best argument I have seen against government gun control watch this interesting and informative videothat was published just a few days ago.

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Donations can be sent to:

The Republican Study Committee of Colorado,P.O. Box 378, Berthoud, CO 80513.

The Republican Study Committee of Colorado(RSCC) is composed of conservative leaders within the Republican caucus of the Colorado legislature.

 

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September 17, 2022

1. Constitution Day 

2. DOJ Harassing Biden Opponents

3. Commentary on Higher Education

4. Intercessory, Strategic Prayer inside Colorado State Capitol

5. Join the Breakfast Club Zoom Call Every Monday Morning

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1. Constitution Day

“We the People of the United States, in Order to form a more perfect Union, establish Justice, insure domestic Tranquility, provide for the common defence, promote the general Welfare, and secure the Blessings of Liberty to ourselves and our Posterity, do ordain and establish this Constitution for the United States of America.”

235 years ago today, September 17, the U.S. Constitution was signed. With the exception of God’s Holy Word, this was to become the most significant document in the history of the world. It was the first time a nation was founded on the unique idea of limited government and self-governance, specifically designed within one concise document. Many nations have followed with their own written constitutions, but the average life span of those plans has been less than 20 years. The U.S. Constitution has endured many challenges over many generations. It is a testament to the wisdom, foresight and solid principles of the patriots who created the Constitution.

It is not perfect. We have amended it 27 times, but that too was part of the plan. Take a few moments today to ponder the blessings we enjoy because of this solid foundation for our land. And keep it within the context of that other great document, the Declaration of Independence.

“We hold these Truths to be self-evident, that all Men are created equal, that they are endowed by their Creator with certain unalienable Rights, that among these are Life, Liberty, and the Pursuit of Happiness—-That to secure these Rights, Governments are instituted among Men, deriving their just Powers from the Consent of the Governed…”

2. DOJ Harassing Biden Opponents

In four minutes Tucker Carlson drills down to the core reasons for the Department of Justice’s unjust and illegal violations of our Constitutional Fourth Amendment rights. To watch click HERE.

3. Commentary on Higher Education

Higher education is in deep trouble. Enrollment is down and tuition costs are up.Too many schools have become little more than woke, politically correct indoctrination centers. There are notable exceptions which Colorado Christian University’s chancellor, Dr. Donald Sweeting wrote about in this recently published in the Washington Times commentary. To read it click here.

4. Intercessory, Strategic Prayer inside Colorado State Capitol

Unfortunately I will be out of state, but Tom Schreiner sent me this announcement for a special time of prayer he is organizing at the state capitol next week.

What: Intercessory, Strategic Prayer inside Colorado State Capitol
When: Friday, September 23 beginning at 1 pm sharp
Where: Inside State Capitol at guided tour staging area, near Ute Flags
Why: Election Integrity for Colorado & Nation, Office of Governor (CO)
How: We will have a guided private tour, including dome area
Who: members of the Body of Christ from a variety of churches

Anyone who is a bible believing prayer warrior is invited to join us.
This will be conducted as a strategic, under the radar, spiritual Delta Force activity

For further information contact:

Tom Schreiner
schreinert52@gmail.com
303-913-0689 cell

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The Republican Study Committee of Colorado,P.O. Box 378, Berthoud, CO 80513.

The Republican Study Committee of Colorado(RSCC) is composed of conservative leaders within the Republican caucus of the Colorado legislature.

 

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September 14, 2022

SPECIAL REPORT. – FBI seizes Lindell’s phone for Colorado Federal Grand Jury

HERE is the link to a video report, published this morning, abouta somewhat dramatic FBI contact with Mike Lindell in Minnesota, which happened late in the day yesterday. Over the last several days the FBI and DOJ have ramped up their harassment of citizens who are exercising their First Amendment right to publicly question the accuracy of our electronic voting systems.

This particular case should be of interest to Colorado citizens, as it is concerning a federal grand jury inquiry here in Colorado concerning Mesa County clerk and recorder Tina Peters. It is obvious that the DOJ is not satisfied with the flimsy charges the Mesa County DA cooked up against her with his own grand jury and are on their own fishing expedition against this courageous patriot. Clerk Peters has already exposed the illegal destruction of election records and vote manipulation that the Colorado Secretary of State and Dominion voting systems orchestrated in 2020 and 2021.

This video is one hour long. Please watch it and pass it on. Every Colorado citizen needs to know this story of the corruption and abuse our government, at every level, is exerting on the fearless patriots who are sounding the alarms right before this critical election.

For Life and Liberty!

Kevin Lundberg
fmr Colorado State Senator


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September 10, 2022

1. Colorado Recount Broke the Law

2. Potent Message to Biden

3. Trump’s Virtues

4. Constitution Day

5. Join the Breakfast Club Zoom Call Every Monday Morning

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1. Colorado Primary Recount Broke the Law

The Colorado Recount was not conducted according the recount statute (CRS 1-10.5-102) and courts don’t seem to care; so far.

This past week Tina Peters’ lawsuit against the Colorado Secretary of State and the county clerks was dismissed by the court, without giving Tina’s attorney the opportunity to present the merits of the case. HERE is a link to the legal complaint that Tina Peters filed.

Tina Peters filed this suit because the recount of her primary election was conducted in specific violation of the Colorado recount law. The law clearly states that the fist step is for the canvas boards in each county to compare a random sample of the machine counted results of that election with a hand count of the paper ballots counted by those same machines. If any discrepancies are found in the two totals the ballots must be counted by hand. That first required step was completely ignored. Instead the Secretary if state ordered a machine count and the clerks followed her orders and went along with this blatant violation of the law!

A glaring question is obvious. Why is Secretary Griswold refusing to compare the ballots with the machine totals? Is there something she is hiding? She insists Colorado’s elections are the gold standard. Why not follow the law and put it to the test?

Tina assures me she will not give up the fight and will appeal for a fair hearing to a higher court. Please pray that justice and transparency will prevail, before we go through another election (as in this coming November).

2. Potent Message to Biden

Much has been said about the destructive policies of the current administration, but none I have seen or heard have have been more clear or effective than this five minute message from a naturalized citizen. To watch click HERE.

3. Trump’s Virtues

And… a potent contrast is this speech on Donald Trump. I hope you can spend a few minutes with this discourse. It is an excellent analysis of Trump and his role as President. To view click HERE.

4. Constitution Day 

235 years ago, on September 17, the Constitution was signed by the delegates who conceived this new concept of self-governance. I trust all will pause to consider what a blessing this document has been to all Americans, and the entire world.

In Windsor there will be a special program honoring the Constitution which I plan on attending. There is a charge for this event and registration is required. For more information click HERE. Whether or not you can make this meeting, please give some attention and honor to Constitution Day in 2022.

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Donations can be sent to:

The Republican Study Committee of Colorado,P.O. Box 378, Berthoud, CO 80513.

The Republican Study Committee of Colorado(RSCC) is composed of conservative leaders within the Republican caucus of the Colorado legislature.

 

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September 3, 2022

1. Biden’s “Historic” Speech

2. Tina Peters

3. Babylon Bee

4. Alaska’s Terrible Voting System

5. No zoom call on Monday

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1. Biden’s “Historic” Speech

Thursday night Joe Biden gave what was billed as an historic speech to the American people. I listened to as much of it as I could stand. If you want the text to the speech, click HERE.

The speech was historic, but not in the way Joe Biden intended. In my opinion, it was the worst, most dangerous speech ever delivered by a US president in my life time. With the backdrop of Independence Hall, lit with harsh blood-red lights and Marine guards, Joe Biden proved to the nation that he doesn’t understand our system of government and he has very little respect for the people. Claiming his speech to be about unity, he essentially declared war against a great number of us.

These few lines sum up much of what he was aiming at.

“MAGA Republicans do not respect the Constitution. They do not believe in the rule of law. They do not recognize the will of the people. They refuse to accept the results of a free election. And they’re working right now, as I speak in state after state, to give the power to decide elections in America to partisans and cronies, empowering election-deniers to undermine democracy itself.”

BTW, I agree that election deniers are undermining the democratic process, but he is chief among them, denying all of the evidence that the 2020 election was loaded with fraud and, like Jena Griswold, refuses any valid process to test the accuracy of the present voting systems.

Understand this, Biden is not simply going after Trump; he is going after all of us. His administration has flaunted the law and exceeded his constitutional responsibilities in flagrant ways. This speech was an ominous warning that we should heed and work to defeat.

Words fail me in expressing my contempt for his attitude and harsh delivery. It was filled with empty platitudes and claims that were the complete opposite of the truth. Again and again he said that those of us who adhere to the ideals of making American great are a threat to our “democracy.”

First, he doesn’t understand that our nation was not established as a democracy, it is a constitutional republic. This is significant, as a major theme in the speech was preserve the “democracy” and I have observed that those who call for democracy are rarely interested in the Bill of Rights and the constitutional limits of civil government. They are interested in power and control, something Biden has used again and again in these first twenty months of his administration.

Biden’s speech sounded more like a dictator than a US President. Or, to put a better face on this, maybe he is just desperate to find something that works. Inflation is still raging, a recession deepening, the southern border is totally out of control, crime in our major cities is skyrocketing, schools are failing, parents are outraged with the woke culture being pushed on their kids, the military is being compromised by that same woke system… I could go on, but you get the point.

Here is another example from Biden’s speech; “MAGA forces are determined to take this country backwards — backwards to an America where there is no right to choose, no right to privacy, no right to contraception, no right to marry who you love.” This is red meat rhetoric for the hard left, and a direct slap in the face if you are pro-life or pro-marriage, but hardly an accurate counter to making America great again.

I close my observations with a link to a short exchange between Steve Bannon and Arizona candidate for governor, Kari Lake. In less than two minutes they sum it up pretty well. To view it click HERE.

2. Tina Peters

The Mesa County DA is accelerating his criminal proceedings against Tina Peters, while she pursues her lawsuits against the secretary of state and county clerks. I expect several developments in the next few days as Tina continues to defend herself and the integrity of our election systems. In some ways I think Biden’s speech is a reaction to the issues Tina fearlessly bringing before the nation.

3. Babylon Bee

I don’t know if you are aware of the political satire produced by The Babylon Bee. They are very good at poking fun at folks that deserve it. HERE is a link I recommend.

4. Alaska’s Terrible Voting System

The results are in for the special election to replace Alaska’s US representative. Even though Alaska is a strong Republican state, because they have a “jungle” primary where everyone competes on one ballot and the final vote is determined through a complex system called ranked voting, the Democrat candidate won.

Just like Colorado’s open primary, which is a bad idea, jungle primaries are equally frustrating, often yielding a result that does not accurately reflect the will of the people. On top of that ranked voting puts down another layer of confusion, further complicating the election results. Also, be aware that ranked voting makes counting of ballots nearly impossible.

Voters in Fort Collins; be aware that a question allowing ranked voting will be on your November ballot.

5. No zoom call on Monday

As is our normal custom, we take a break from our normal Zoom calls on holidays that fall on Mondays and that includes Labor day on September 5. We will be back the next week, on September 12.


For Life and Liberty!

Kevin Lundberg
fmr Colorado State Senator


As the executive director for the Republican Study Committee of Colorado, I am working to keep this organization a powerful voice for conservative values in the Colorado legislature. We are a non-profit 501(c)4 organization, relying on contributions (which are not tax-deductible).

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August 27, 2022

1. Summit and Election Update

2. Griswold Doesn’t Get It

3. Priola

4. Finger Troubles

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What a week!

1. Summit and Election Update

This week started with The Moment of Truth Summit, which I attended in Springfield, Missouri on Saturday and Sunday. I did file a report early Sunday on the Summit, but it continued all that day with much more information about the state of elections in our country.

The big take aways from The Moment of Truth Summit were the premier showing of the documentary (S)Election Code, reports on election highlights from all 50-states, and the fact that over a thousand citizens came from every state who understand that election fraud is rampant in our system. We must do better if the Republic is to survive.

One call to action at the Moment of Truth Summit was asking citizens in every state to collect the cast vote records before the time expires for preserving those records. According to federal law that date is early in September of this year, 22 months after the 2020 election. However, Colorado law requires all records to be maintained for at least 25 months. This does not mean we should hold off, but we should also be aware that no Colorado clerk can legally destroy 2020 election records in Colorado until at least December. All of this information is free and available to all on FrankSpeech.com.

In a related subject, here is an article on an election system that has worked well for many years in France. Everyone votes in-person, with paper ballots, on Election Day, with ID required. All ballots are hand counted that same night. This method leaves very little room for wide spread fraud and therefore confidence in the accuracy of their elections is very high.

2. Griswold Doesn’t Get It

Here in Colorado, the Secretary of State either doesn’t want to understand how to protect our elections or is incapable of understanding how this can be done.

Here is an email that Secretary Griswold sent to her supporters on Friday:

“Even though she lost, Tina Peters, the Big Lie conspiracy theorist who is facing felony charges, refused to concede and demanded a recount in the Republican primary for Secretary of State.

“This is a crucial moment in American history, as election deniers continue to spread misinformation and gain traction around the country, it becomes even more important that everyone stays involved and engaged.

“I needed to reach out to you quickly because we are coming up on our end-of-month deadline. With Big Lie rhetoric still circulating throughout the country, we need to show the strength behind our campaign.

“Please join me in the fight to expand access to the polls and protect the will of the people by rushing in $25 right now.

“Thanks for everything you do,

Jena Griswold”

Clearly Jena Griswold is just trying to raise cash for her campaign, but the substance of this letter ignores the facts and flips the truth on its head. In fact, Tina Peters is only guilty of doing her job; preserving all of the election records. Tina has also sued the Colorado Secretary of State and the County Clerks because they conducted her primary election recount in specific violation of the Colorado recount law. 

I have covered many of the details of this dispute in previous reports, however for the complete picture HERE is a link to the legal complaint that Tina Peters filed. For an expanded view on my views on election integrity issues HERE is a speech that I gave at Truth and Liberty last year.

3. Priola

This past week State Senator Kevin Priola announced he is switching parties from Republican to Democrat. This was an extraordinary move that potentially changes the balance of political power in the Colorado State Senate for 2023 and 2024.

I have seen Colorado state legislators flip parties before, but never in the middle of their term. They understood that the people in their district voted for them with a specific party affiliation. In my opinion, this is a severe betrayal of the voters in his senate district.

Even though Priola’s voting patterns probably won’t change much (he voted consistently with the Democrats), I believe his actions warrant a close look at the recall provisions in Colorado law for the citizens in his district.

4. Finger Troubles

On a personal note, many already know that on Tuesday I had a severe accident with my table saw and nearly cut off three fingers on my left hand. The doctor spent over two hours reattaching the fingers with what was left, however the final prognosis is still uncertain. I have been overwhelmed with care and compassion from so many and I continue to say with absolute certainty that God is good all the time.

I am not sure how this will effect my abilities in the future but I do look forward to whatever adventure God has in store for me and my wonderful family. Thank you for your prayers and support.

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August 21

Special Report on the first day of The Moment of Truth Summit.

As I reported earlier, I am currently attending the The Moment of Truth Summit, which is an in-depth look at the current state of our election systems from across the country. The summit is being live-streamed on Frankspeech.com. Much of the Summit is also available for replaying on Frankspeech.com. I strongly recommend viewing what you can of the Summit today (it will be conducted from 9 AM to 9 PM, Central time).

Some of the highlights from Saturday were state by state reports of election integrity issues. This took a long time to get through all 50 states, but most individual state reports are now available to be viewed one at a time. There is a wealth of specific information to be had from those reports.

I don’t see any rebroadcast available on Frankspeech.com at this time, but the premier showing of the documentary Selection Code was the program last night. This is, essentially, the story of Tina Peters, the clerk and recorder for Mesa County, Colorado. Selection Code is also a detailed description of the deep problems of electronic election systems. This was a powerful presentation of the significant problems we have with our current elections systems AND the clear solution: hand count the ballots. Get rid of the machines that are ripe for fraud and abuse and return to a secure voting system of which we can all have confidence in it’s accuracy and integrity. All aspects of our voting systems must be fortified (voter registration, distribution, collection and storage of ballots, and counting and tabulation of the results) but the most vulnerable and opaque part is the secretive and complex electronic voting machinery. 

I have seen several documentaries designed to unravel the mysteries surrounding election systems. They all reveal certain parts to this intricate puzzle, but Selection Code is the most powerful one produced which I have seen.

If you can, please watch This final day of The Moment of Truth Summitit will be time well spent.

August 20, 2022

1. Election Integrity

2. 87,000 More IRS Agents?

3. Who Feeds Whom?

4. 1,200 Scientists and Scholars Declare “There Is No Climate Emergency”

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1. Election Integrity

As I publish this week’s edition of the Lundberg Report I am in Springfield, Missouri, attending The Moment of Truth Summit. This event, sponsored by Mike Lindell, is a gathering of patriotic citizens from across the country who want to reestablish confidence in our voting systems. This can only accomplished by fixing the problems which have plagued our recent elections. I will take careful notes and report on all I see and hear at this summit.

This week lawsuits have been filed in two Colorado counties challenging the use of Colorado’s electronic voting systems in the November general election. The lawsuits were filed in the state district courts in Mesa and El Paso counties. The basis of the lawsuits is that the electronic voting systems violate Colorado and federal law by systematically deleting files and other data that are required to be maintained under the respective statutes.  Accordingly, it is illegal to use these systems in the upcoming November election. The lawsuits were filed under a special Colorado statute that allows for expedited treatment of complaints about the conduct of upcoming elections. They are supported by an extensive declaration by a well qualified cyber security expert. My thanks to Maurice Emmer for providing this timely report

Finally, here are success stories concerning election integrity. The Family Research Council recently filed this report on the progress several states have made to ensure that their elections do have transparency and accuracy. Click here for their story.

2. 87,000 More IRS Agents?

This week, as the nation once again is learning the meaning of stagflation, the occupant in the White House signed a bill that will tax the people hundreds of billions of dollars and spend the money on inflationary projects, including hiring an estimated 87,000 additional IRS agents. Nothing could go wrong here…

For a little background, here is a short video on one way the IRS recruits their investigative agents. This video was not produced as a political statement, it is a factual report on IRS policies and procedures. I know you will find it informative, from which you can draw your own conclusions.

3. Who Feeds Whom?

For all of us in rural Colorado the governor’s live in companion had some advice, which the FencePost (a rural Colorado newspaper) has published for our edification. Colorado voters ought to know what sort of values and attitudes are held in the Polis household. The story can be found here.


4. 1,200 Scientists and Scholars Declare “There Is No Climate Emergency”

As we are daily barraged by policies that assume global warming is threatening the very existence of life on our planet, it is important to keep this within the perspective of actual experts, who have joined in this declaration, which includes: “Scientists should openly address uncertainties and exaggerations in their predictions of global warming, while politicians should dispassionately count the real costs as well as the imagined benefits of their policy measures…” Click here for more information.

5. Join the Breakfast Club Zoom call every Monday Morning

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August 13, 2022

1. Election Misinformation

2. The Fourth Amendment and FBI Raids

3. Message from Ashe in America

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1. Election Misinformation

You have got to watch this 30 second ad to believe it! Former Secretary of State (SOS) Wayne Williams (who was defeated by Griswold in the 2018 election) has teamed up with her to warn us all about “election misinformation.” Talk about the pot calling the kettle black!  In the ad they insist that Colorado’s elections are “safe and secure.”

Well, how about proving it? Griswold had the perfect opportunity last week. She could have simply followed Colorado’s recount law (CRS 1-110.5-102). As I detailed in the last two Lundberg Reports (given below on this page), Griswold conducted an illegal recount by refusing to allow the canvas boards to follow the required test comparison of machine counts and hand counts of the actual paper ballots cast for the GOP SOS primary. Instead she, and now Williams, just bloviate about their “gold standard” without any any proof!

I do agree with one thing Griswold and Williams said. “Always use trusted sources.” My source is the actual Colorado law. Can we get any closer to the facts than that?  The next test of the election system here in Colorado will be the lawsuit that Tina Peters and other candidates have filed against Griswold and the county clerks. Thanks to supporters of these candidates all of the counties have been served the law suit notices and we expect the judge to start the legal process next week. With the general election just around the corner this suit must processed quickly.

For more information on this important issue I recommend this report  from America’s Mom.

2. The Fourth Amendment and FBI Raids

Here in Colorado we have seen this before, Just ask Tina Peters or Sheronna Bishop, but now it is President Trump’s home. The FBI is developing a reputation for police-state tactics of intimidation. And now they have ramped it up to an example that no one will ever forget. Much has been said by many over the past few days and I will not dwell long on this outrageous behavior of an organization that used to be held in high esteem.

However, I bring up this one point: Have we forgotten the Bill of Rights? In all of the hours of news stories and commentaries I have listened to, only once, and then in quick passing, was the Fourth Amendment specifically addressed.

“The right of the people to be secure in their persons, houses, papers, and effects, against unreasonable searches and seizures, shall not be violated, and no Warrants shall issue, but upon probable cause, supported by Oath or affirmation, and particularly describing the place to be searched, and the persons or things to be seized.”

Yes, the FBI was using a search warrant, but this is a clear example of the severe misuse of the Fourth Amendment, particularly when law enforcement wants to go an a “fishing expedition.” It is crystal clear to anyone who carefully considers all of the facts that the executive branch of the Federal Government is abusing our constitutional rights, turning their legitimate police powers into political tools for corrupt purposes.

We must demand better, and the best place to start is at the ballot box this November.

3. Message from Ashe in America

Ashe in America has been providing valuable information on Colorado’s election issues and more. I have found her writing style creative and her information accurate. I consider her a trusted source of much that has been happening here in Colorado and beyond. This week she sent out a dignified request for support and I ask that you give her request  serious consideration.

There are many patriots who have devoted a great deal of their time and energy to election integrity, integrity that is more than hollow promises, integrity that is safe, secure and verified. Ashe is one of those patriots, help her as you are able. Thank you.

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August 6, 2022

1. Statewide Recount Did Not Follow the Colorado Law

2. Moore v. Harper Will Test Independent State Legislature Doctrine

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1. Statewide Recount Did Not Follow the Colorado Law

This story is really a followup to the lead story of last week, concerning the recount of the Secretary of State (SOS) primary election, which can be found below this August 6 edition on this webpage.

As I wrote last week, SOS Griswold insisted on conducting a machine recount, even though the concerns many of us have are with the integrity of the machine counting and tabulating software. This could have all been settled appropriately with a manual, hand count of the actual paper ballots. If the results turned out the same as the original reported results of the primary, Griswold would have been vindicated and we could all have that much more confidence in our election system. If the results of a hand count were very different than the reported totals, all of Colorado would see that we must immediately abandon the machines and conduct future elections with a hand count system.

That is what could have been. What happened this week did not settle anything. At the SOS ‘s orders a machine count was conducted and the results were virtually identical to the first time the machines processed the ballots. No surprise there.

Some claim this settles the matter, but in fact it only proved that the machines continue to act in the same fashion as they did in the original count. What it did not answer was: are the machines accurately tabulating the votes indicated on the original paper ballots? That can only be answered by comparing the original machine count to a hand count of the same ballots.

Additionally, upon careful observation by recount watchers, it was found that the recount was not conducted according to Colorado law in two significant ways. First, the election machines are not properly certified, as required by federal law and the machines have several major vulnerabilities that have not been adequately addressed. Conducting a hand count would circumvent this immediate concern. Secondly, a test comparison of the machines to a hand count of ballots was not conducted before the recount, as required by Colorado law (CRS 1-10.5-102 (3) (a)).

That subsection says: “Prior to any recount, the canvass board shall choose at random and test voting devices used in the candidate race, ballot issue, or ballot question that is the subject of the recount. The board shall use the voting devices it has selected to CONDUCT A COMPARISON of the machine count of the ballots counted on each such voting device for the candidate race, ballot issue, or ballot question to the corresponding manual count of the voter-verified paper records.” (I added the emphasis with the color, capitalizing and bold type.)

This never happened. Instead the SOS required what they call a Limited Risk Audit, which does not give the comparison of what the machine counted originally in the primary to a hand count of those same voted ballots. The above subsection is very clear and it never happened in any county. This is a serious error, which must be corrected for the recount to be valid. It must follow these essential steps required in Colorado law.

Accordingly Tina Peters has filed a suit against SOS Griswold and the county clerks, demanding that they follow the law. That complaint can be found here. I commend clerk and candidate Tina Peters for her tenacity, despite all of the ridicule she is enduring from the media, political pundits and other uninformed “experts.” Because of her courage we may still have a chance to have accurate elections in Colorado, and have confidence in the results.

 

2. Moore v. Harper Will Test Independent State Legislature Doctrine

Here is a case the Supreme Court has taken up for their next session that we need to keep an eye on. It has to do with what is called the Independent State Legislature Doctrine. Essentially it asks, do state legislatures have the absolute authority to draw congressional districts, or can courts step in and change those maps, thus taking over this power from the directly elected, legislative branch of government?

This case might be decided quickly, as it directly impacts the North Carolina congressional elections this November.

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July 30, 2022

1. Statewide SOS Primary Recount is On

2. Digging Deeper Into Election integrity

3. Colorado Enterprises are Now 40% of the Budget

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1. Statewide SOS Primary Recount is On

Over the last few days we have seen some extraordinary moments in the aftermath of the Republican primary. In a last minute push secretary of state (SOS) Republican candidate Tina Peters raised enough money, under the strict rules of campaign finance contributions, to fund a state-wide recount of her race. I sent out a notice to my readers (thank you to all who responded) and Tina appealed to the state and the nation, from which enough money was raised for her to pay the over $250,000 fee to the SOS to demand a recount.

Every county in Colorado is now preparing to conduct the recount next week. However, as of this writing, SOS Griswold is denying the manual hand-count that Peters is demanding, insisting that to follow the law it must be counted by the Dominion software and hardware. It is my understanding that Tina Peters is seeking a court order to force the hand-count.

Griswold is wrong. The law does not support her decision.

The law says in CRS 1-10.5-102 (3) (b) “If the results of the comparison of the machine count and the manual count in accordance with the requirements of subsection (3)(a) of this section are identical, or if any discrepancy is able to be accounted for by voter error, then the recount may be conducted in the same manner as the original ballot count. If the results of the comparison of the machine count and the manual count in accordance with the requirements of subsection (3)(a) of this section are not identical, or if any discrepancy is not able to be accounted for by voter error, a presumption is created that the voter-verified paper records will be used for a final determination unless evidence exists that the integrity of the voter-verified paper records has been irrevocably compromised. The secretary of state shall decide which method of recount is used in each case, based on the secretary’s determination of which method will ensure the most accurate count, subject to judicial review for abuse of discretion. Nothing in this subsection (3) limits any person from pursuing any applicable legal remedy otherwise provided by law.”

To emphasize my argument I colored the most relevant words and phrases in this statute.

 

First, it is clear that both options are a possibility for a recount, machine (electronic), and manual (hand) because the term “may” is used.

Second, it is true that the SOS may choose the machines (electronic) for a recount, but only if the machines have been ruled out as the source of the questionable return totals. If there is a question of the machine’s accuracy, the paper records are to be used under most circumstances. This is what “a presumption is created that the voter-verified paper records will be used for a final determination” means.

In all cases the SOS is to use the method that will “ensure the most accurate count.” When the very reason for the recount is because there is serious concern that the machines have been compromised, the only way to verify the accuracy of the machines is to test their results against a hand count of all ballots cast for the SOS race.

Finally, understanding that a secretary of state may use bad judgment in such a highly charged situation, this statute wisely states the obvious, that the judgement of the SOS is “subject to judicial review for abuse of discretion.” Therefore, as I understand it, an injunction is being sought to overturn Griswold’s decision to reject a hand count.

At this stage of this still developing story I have one more observation.

SOS Griswold’s total rejection of a hand count is strong evidence that the machines have been fraudulently manipulated and Griswold knows it.

If the opposite were true, that the machines are truly the “gold standard” of election integrity, Griswold should welcome a hand recount to prove to the world that the machines are accurate. And in this case Peters and her supporters are the ones who are paying the bill to have the recount test conducted. What better way could SOS Griswold devise to vindicate and validate her claim that the Colorado voting system is the “gold standard?”

9:00 PM, 7/30/22- additional information:

On Friday several counties started the recount process by testing the election machines. However, they did not follow the letter of the law for recount procedures, which are given in parts of 1-10.5-102 that I did not reproduce in this article. Instead they followed the procedures for a regular election and no manual count was included in the test, which the law requires for recounts. Additionally, the test pretty much blew up in their face as 30-60% of the ballots were rejected by the scanner system, requiring them to be individually sorted out, which is taking way too much time to process.

As I see it, the probability of a hand count is growing as their machine process is bogging down, is not following the statutory law for recounts  and ultimately may prove to be unworkable, given the fact that the recount must be completed this week.

2. Digging Deeper Into Election integrity

Here are some resources I ran across recently about election integrity issues here in Colorado and across the nation:

Discussion on Colorado voting issues by two well informed attorneys.

Nation-wide analysis of  recent problems and solutions in state election laws.

Short video on plan to take back precinct leadership across the nation.

3. Colorado Enterprises are Now 40% of the Budget

TABOR allows an exception to it’s strict limits on state revenue and state spending. It is called State Enterprises. Instead of taxes, they charge fees (really taxes).  Over the 30 years of TABOR State Enterprise revenues have ballooned to over 36 times the original amount collected (and spent), without any constraints from the Tax Payers’ Bill of Rights (TABOR).

Here is a link to the details.


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July 23, 2022

1. January 6

2. AZ Suit to End Electronic Voting Machines

3. Sidney Powell

4. UN Food Policy

5. Join the Breakfast Club Zoom call every Monday Morning

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1. January 6

With the Congressional committee wrapping up their January 6 show trial, we have been subjected to a lot of fake news. Their narrative is Trump planned this riot as a way to overthrow the government. However, the only thing they got right was somebody did set this up to explode, only the bad actors were Pelosi, Schumer and company, including some leadership in the FBI. For a dose of realty, check out this story and the brief trailer for a documentary on January 6, just released on Friday.

2. AZ Suit to End Electronic Voting Machines

Last Thursday was a big day for voter integrity issues. A suit seeking the elimination of electronic voting systems in Arizona finally was heard before a federal judge. Additionally, in Wisconsin the election commission told clerks to ignore some state election laws. For a real time analysis of that court hearing, the story coming out of Wisconsin and some aspects of the election law in Georgia, watch this program on Frank Speech. Of particular interest is when they listen in on the actual audio of the court hearing, which starts about halfway through the program.

3. Sidney Powell

Sidney Powell is an attorney who has been on the front lines of defending President Trump in the public square. She has been vilified by the mainstream media, like everyone else who is trying to get to the truth of the 2020 election. In this in-depth interview Sidney Powell gives a clear picture of who she is and what she is trying to accomplish. For another dose of realty I recommend this hour long interview.

4. UN Food Policy

Here is a startling report on the food policies of the UN, which are an integral part of their plan called Agenda 2030. With all of the chatter on food shortages and the farmer revolts in Europe, this is an issue that must not be ignored.

As a sidebar to this story, please note that when we have had heat waves before 2000, news reports would simply report on the temperatures and the immediate consequences of those temperatures. Today most of the news reports are trying to make it proof positive of an impending crisis of global warming that will end life on this planet. Hmm… this kind of reminds me of the 18th century Thomas Malthus (look him up), or the following list of false predictions:


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July 16, 2022

1. Recount

2. Tina Peters

3. Court Packing

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1. Recount

This week the Hanks campaign and the Peters campaign both requested a recount of the primary election ballots. Here is a copy of the Peters letter to the Colorado Secretary of State (SOS). Here is the SOS reply. The request pointed out the suspected issue is the counting and reporting system itself and therefore the recount needs to be an actual hand recount to verify the accuracy of the equipment, or demonstrate equipment failures, or intentional manipulation.

If the electronic system is as accurate as the SOS insists it is, one should expect the SOS to welcome this opportunity to demonstrate that accuracy in a very public way. However, the SOS response was to  insist they use the same electronic systems, which will prove nothing. The SOS also required both campaigns pay over $230,000 to initiate the recount. As I understand it, both campaigns have rejected the SOS response and are asking for a recount that will, in fact, really count the actual ballots. Stay tuned…

2. Tina Peters

Tina Peters has been in the news for more than just the recount requests, but somehow I think there is a relationship.
This week she spoke at a conference in Nevada. To hear her speech, which I recommend, click here and start at the 2 hour, 27 minute mark.

Because the Mesa County DA thought she had broken her terms of her pretrial bond the DA initiated an arrest warrant for her. It was a miscommunication on the part of her legal team that created the problem and Friday afternoon the judge did quash (kill) the warrant, but not before many misleading headlines once again created a false narrative against the reputation of Tina.

For a much more accurate picture of this fighting patriot, please click on the above link and listen to the speech she gave in Nevada (it is brief, but powerful).

3. Court Packing

This has not been in the news recently, but there is a very real possibility it will be a major story after the November election. Whether or not the Democrats lose the House and/or Senate, they will still control everything until next January. There will be tremendous pressure on every Democrat senator to support packing Supreme Court with Biden-picked liberals.

This would effectively end the independence of the courts and be the biggest challenge to preserving the Republic since the Civil War.

A recent national poll shows a very big divide on this issue between Democrats and Republicans, both in Congress and across the nation. I will keep a careful eye on this subject and keep you posted.


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July 9, 2022

1. More Good News From Washington

2. Open Primary is a Problem in Several States

3. Colorado Department of Early Childhood

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1. More Good News From Washington

As a followup to the story I led with last week, here is a 40 minute discussion on the just released Kennedy and Carson decisions from the U. S. Supreme Court. This round table discussion is from the attorneys who argued these cases before the high court. As I said last week, taken together, they represent a huge jump forward in religious freedom and freedom of conscience. Please take the time to check this out. it will have major effect on government programs for decades to come.

2. Open Primary is a Problem in Several States

We have seen, firsthand, many of the problems created by an open primary system in Colorado. Here is a recent story about similar problems in nine other states across the nation. This article points out that this is not just a Colorado problem. More and more conservative leaders are figuring out that the open primary is designed to weed out conservative candidates and leave us with middle of the road politicians.

I reported last week that many troubling irregularities were found in our recently held primary election. Many highly qualified experts are sorting through the evidence and hope to unveil their findings within the week. I look forward to including that valuable information in a future publication of this report.

3. Colorado Department of Early Childhood

The opening website headline for the newly formed Colorado Department of Early Childhood says it all:

Universal Preschool is Coming!

Polis’ latest big project is here, aiming to take over parenting at the earliest ages. This brand new department, authorized by the current Colorado legislature, opened their doors this month and their plans line up perfectly with the woke-socialist agenda of the governor. Combine this with the state’s legislated policies that promote an alphabet soup of genders, a rejection of traditional family values and our nation’s remarkable history of One Nation Under God and we have the next generation (literally) of government as defined by the hard left.


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Special note for the July 11 call. I ask that any Republican candidate who was not successful  in the recent primary join us for any observations they may have on their having been in the trenches of campaigning in 2022.

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July 2, 2022

1. Good News From Washington

2. Open Primary Opens Pandora’s Box

3. Tucker Carlson on Criminalizing Political Speech

4. No Breakfast Club Zoom Call on Monday, July 4. We will be Back on July 11.
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1. Good News From Washington

This year’s Supreme Court decisions show a major shift in the Court. Overturning Roe v. Wade was just the beginning. Two cases, when taken together, represent a huge jump forward in religious freedom and freedom of conscience.

The case affirming the Washington state high school coach’s constitutional right to publicly pray at the end of a game and the case from Maine, prohibiting the state of Maine from excluding all religious private schools from participating in a state sponsored tuition program both dramatically change court standards for defending the free exercise clause of the First Amendment.

These decisions changed the legal standards for allowing teachers to express their faith. Governments at all levels can allow monuments containing elements of religious faith to be placed on public property and citizens can once again live their lives with their freedom of conscience reaffirmed in the courts of our nation. This may affect over 20,000 court decisions made on this subject over the past several decades.

Similar decisions on the Second Amendment, limits to EPA authority, etc. all point to a definite shift in the Court. I see a much greater respect for the constitutional limitations on government, support for individual rights and a respect of states’ jurisdictional authority. This is great news (thank Donald Trump for great nominations).

Now we must make sure Congress does not destroy the Court and these great steps forward for freedom with court packing…

2. Open Primary Opens Pandora’s Box
-report amended 5:18 PM, July 2-

Amendment to report: Today I learned of serious anomalies that are reported to have been found in the Colorado primary election results. I will report more on this breaking story as confirmed information becomes available.

This week’s primary election was a clear demonstration of how dysfunctional Colorado’s open primary system has become. Of the ten people I endorsed nine were top line candidates, meaning they won their district assembly and were therefore the top choice of active Republicans in their district. Eight of the ten lost their primary election.

I did not pick those I endorsed because they were top line candidates, I picked them because they stood most clearly for limited, constitutional government policies. Apparently the Republicans in their respective districts also considered them the best candidates. The most troubling outcome was for secretary of state. Here is a more detailed analysis of that upside-down election result.

Unfortunately, Colorado Republicans no longer pick who they want to represent the party on the November ballot. Statewide a little less than a million ballots are mailed to Republicans, but 1.6 million Republican ballots are also mailed to non-Republican, unaffiliated voters. The party has lost control over the party’s main function, to field candidates in the general elections.

Sending out primary ballots to 1.6 million non-Republicans gives a wide open field for dark money from bad actors to step in and corrupt the primary voting process. There are more than enough legitimate concerns with the overall integrity of our voting systems from the bad actors (more on that in future newsletters). We should not also have such sloppy election laws that intentionally scramble the election process.

This is why I have been an advocate for challenging Colorado’s open primary in court. I look forward to the day when the Colorado GOP gets onboard with our work to take this to court and challenge Colorado’s clearly unconstitutional, open primary system. If you agree, please consider two actions.

Tell the state GOP leaders that they have an obligation to follow the Republican State Central Committee’s resolution from the September of 2021 meeting to take this to federal court. Secondly, help fund the effort by contributing to the legal fund we set up because the party has not yet acted on this critical issue. Click here for more information.

3. Tucker Carlson on Criminalizing Political Speech

Tucker Carlson issued a stark warning concerning Biden’s DOJ’s recent actions to criminalize political speech. Watch it here.


4. No Breakfast Club Zoom Call on Monday, July 4. We will be Back on July 11.

It is independence Day! Spend the day exercising your constitutional freedoms. Celebrate your God-given, inalienable rights. As is our custom, the Breakfast club does not meet on major holidays. We will be Back on July 11.

For Life and Liberty!

Kevin Lundberg
fmr Colorado State Senator


As the executive director for the Republican Study Committee of Colorado, I am working to keep this organization a powerful voice for conservative values in the Colorado legislature. We are a non-profit 501(c)4 organization, relying on contributions (which are not tax-deductible).

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The Republican Study Committee of Colorado,P.O. Box 378, Berthoud, CO 80513.

The Republican Study Committee of Colorado(RSCC) is composed of conservative leaders within the Republican caucus of the Colorado legislature.

 

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June 22, 2022 – amended on June 24

Roe v Wade Overturned!

By now most should know the keystone decision for this year’s Supreme Court session was released today (June 24). After 49 years one of the most troubling court decisions was overturned. I did a state by state study of the state laws three years ago and came to the conclusion that ending Roe might reduce abortions nation-wide by about 10%. It also moves the political debate to where it legally belongs, in the hands of the states.

This was a watershed moment, but it does not end the debate, it merely moves it to the next level, for a state by state struggle as we continue to work for the defense of the defenseless. This is a battle for the millions of children who are alive, growing, but not yet born. I pray we will have the fortitude to engage in this political fight until children are recognized with their God-given right to life, which is the only way they can enjoy liberty and the pursuit of happiness.

SPECIAL EDITION: PRE-PRIMARY, MUST WATCH REPORT

I “stopped the presses” for this week’s report and published this vital message ASAP that every voter in Colorado needs to watch.

It is long (one hour), but essential to know before voting in this year’s primary. If you have already sent your ballot in still watch this report and pass it on to others. I have been following the election fraud issue for decades, and very closely since the 2020 election. I have never seen this story told in clearer terms than this interview with Tina Peters.

There have been several reports, documentaries and interviews which I have passed on to you in my weekly reports. If you followed all of it, you know, as I do, that our election systems have been severely compromised. However, each report only covers a part of the problem, as it is a complex issue, with multiple vulnerabilities. No one report can give the entire picture.

This one hour interview of Tina Peters gives the big picture in a way that I have not seen before. I am convinced that every voter, from every party, needs this information before voting again.

Please view this interview and please pass this on before the final day of the primary election, which is less than one week away!

To View this Interview Click on the Image

The link to the interview is: https://americacanwetalk.org/interview-with-tina-peters-and-sherronna-bishop-6-09-22-full-episode/

This is all I expect to be covering until after the Primary election next week. Please pass this on!

P.S. For the complete list of my primary endorsements, scroll down this page to the June 18 report,  item numer three.

June 18, 2022

1. Excellent Analysis of the Current Energy Crisis

2. Reactions to Roe Decision

3. My Primary Endorsements

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1. Excellent Analysis of the Current Energy Crisis

 

Here is a video analysis ofthe current energy crisis. It is about 14 minutes long and well worth the time it will take to watch:  https://rumble.com/v18jxzh-dave-walsh-regulatory-issues-by-the-elite-have-pushed-energy-prices-highave.html.

2. Reactions to Roe Decision

As of this writing, the Roe decision has yet to be released, but expect a severe response from what will be the final decision from the Supreme Court. Here is a sobering report on what some in the left has in mind.


3. My Primary Endorsements

The primary election ends on June 28 and the campaigns are fully engaged! Help us get the word out to everyone.

Ron Hanks at campaign meeting in Parker on June 17

In Larimer County, for Sheriff I recommend Jeff Fisher. I have listened to both candidates several times, and whereas I see some encouraging aspects of both men, I have a greater confidence level in Jeff’s ability to lead and his basic principles of good government policies.

For House District 49 (rural parts of Larimer and Boulder counties, and all of Clear Creek and Gilpin counties) I like both candidates and wish them both well for the primary election.

In House District 51, the Loveland district, I am endorsing Austin Hein, the challenger to the current incumbent, who is currently the Republican leader in the House. I am not satisfied with how the incumbent has led the Republican caucus and I think we need a change.

South and West of Denver Congressional District 7 has become a possible pickup for the Republicans. It is a competitive race in the primary as well, with three candidates. My choice is Laurel Imer. Her two competitors are both strong candidates, but Laurel is the America First candidate who has worked hard and will, in my opinion, best fight for our rights in Congress.

In the new Congressional District 8 my choice for Congress is Lori Saine (BTW, I had trouble getting to her website, big tech is apparently trying to shut down Lori’s website). She was a reliable conservative vote in the Colorado House for many years. I believe Lori will best represent our conservative values in the tough environment of ‘Washington DC. For state school board in CD8 my choice is Peggy Propst. Peggy has already served on the state school board. Her experience assures me she knows how to be most effective on that important board.

Some months ago I endorsed two candidates for the Colorado House, which I had neglected to put in this list of endorsements. They are Bill Jack, in the Castle Rock area and Gabe Evans in Adams and Weld counties. Both men are solid in their principles and well prepared to be effective legislators .

For the Colorado secretary of state my choice is Tina Peters, without any question. Her most formidable opponent calls Colorado’s broken election system the “gold standard” and she played a key role in distributing over $300,000,000 of Zuckerberg’s money in the 2020 race, most of which was spent on get-out-the-vote efforts in Democrat areas of the key swing states.

Peters has proven to be a fighter and she is fighting for the right causes. The “indictments” levied against her is nothing more than political mud slinging, which I have covered in some detail over the past several weeks. The third candidate is, in my opinion, a spoiler, attempting to divide the vote three ways, possibly eroding the vote total for Tina Peters. I don’t see him as much of a fighter, or having much of a chance of actually winning in November, like Tina.

For governor I choose Greg Lopez. I think he holds the best prospect of winning in November and I am confident in his values and diligence. His primary opponent is a worthy candidate, but my choice is Greg Lopez.

Ron Hanks is my clear choice for US Senate. His performance as a hard working, conservative state legislator, 30+ years in the Air Force, including serving as an intelligence officer, staunch support for the unborn and thoughtful approach to every subject tells me he will be a leader for the right reasons in the US Senate. His primary opponent is not pro-life, has, over the past dozen years, contributed to three times more Democrats than Republicans and has no experience as a legislator at any level. He has more money, but Hanks has an incredible grassroots team and a better, proven track record.

I have a few observations on a controversy that has arisen in some of the statewide races in the Republican primary. A lot of dark money from the left is running ads and sending out a lot of mailers promoting one Republican candidate over another and many Republicans are understandably upset over this development. It is the inevitable result of our open primary system, where unaffiliated voters are sent Republican and Democrat ballots. With such a wide field of potential voters it is too tempting to the bad actors to not play in the other party’s primary election.

I regret that too many Republican leaders were quick to declare that some Republican candidates were “unelectable.” These. public declarations were not so subtle invitations to the bad actors to try to play the field in Republican primaries. It would have been much better if the Republican Party had actively pursued the legal challenge to the open primary in 2022. At a bare minimum they now need to immediately stop showing such distain for dully elected Republican candidates and get on board with the federal challenge to the open primary system for 2024 and beyond.

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June 11, 2022

1. Political Theater While the Country Burns

2. My Primary Endorsements

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1. Political Theater While the Country Burns

 

What a week of contrasts. Inflation continues to rage, our Southern border gets worse every week, food, gas and other essentials are getting out of reach for far too many households. Public schools have become indoctrination centers for the left, big tech and big corporations have become woke censor machines and the intellectual elite are successfully convincing far too many that the often heralded, but never realized global warming myth is the greatest existential threat to mankind. In short, the world seems to be spinning out of control.

And Congress is fixated on destroying Donald Trump with their political theater. They don’t have time to address the very real problems we are facing every day,  but they can still stop everything to drag out a dog and pony show in prime time for the nation. I hope the nation can see through their distraction show and have enough sense to throw the bums out in November. Concerning the “case” they are building against President Trump, I have seen enough evidence of voter fraud in 2020 and have had enough personal conversations with Trump’s personal lawyers, who were on the ground with the President in January of 2021 to know better than what the left is throwing at us.

The bottom line? The left is lying. Don’t believe their lies and don’t waste any more time on their antics.

Here in Colorado, with the primary voting going on for most of this month, The political theater is also ramping up. Don’t buy it. Do your own research and vote accordingly.

BTW, Add these interesting and significant links to your research effort, before casting your votes for the primary candidates:

Hand count changes results in Georgia election

Former congressman pleads guilty to election fraud

New documentary on Tina Peters

Warning from J6 political prisoner

2. My Primary Endorsements

I first published my recommendations last week and I repeat it here as the actual election day is not until June 28.

In Larimer County, for Sheriff I recommend Jeff Fisher. I have listened to both candidates several times, and whereas I see some encouraging aspects of both men, I have a greater confidence level in Jeff’s ability to lead and his basic principles of good government policies.

For House District 49 (rural parts of Larimer and Boulder counties, and all of Clear Creek and Gilpin counties) I like both candidates and wish them both well for the primary election.

In House District 51, the Loveland district, I am endorsing Austin Hein, the challenger to the current incumbent, who is currently the Republican leader in the House. I am not satisfied with how the incumbent has led the Republican caucus and I think we need a change.

South and West of Denver Congressional District 7 has become a possible pickup for the Republicans. It is a competitive race in the primary as well, with three candidates. My choice is Laurel Imer. Her two competitors are both strong candidates, but Laurel is the America First candidate who has worked hard and will, in my opinion, best fight for our rights in Congress.

In the new Congressional District 8 my choice for Congress is Lori Saine (BTW, I had trouble getting to her website, big tech is apparently trying to shut down Lori’s website). She was a reliable conservative vote in the Colorado House for many years. I believe Lori will best represent our conservative values in the tough environment of ‘Washington DC. For state school board in CD8 my choice is Peggy Propst. Peggy has already served on the state school board. Her experience assures me she knows how to be most effective on that important board.

For the Colorado secretary of state my choice is Tina Peters, without any question. Her most formidable opponent calls Colorado’s broken election system the “gold standard” and she played a key role in distributing over $300,000,000 of Zuckerberg’s money in the 2020 race, most of which was spent on get-out-the-vote efforts in Democrat areas of the key swing states.

Peters has proven to be a fighter and she is fighting for the right causes. The “indictments” levied against her is nothing more than political mud slinging, which I have covered in some detail over the past several weeks. The third candidate is, in my opinion, a spoiler, attempting to divide the vote three ways, possibly eroding the vote total for Tina Peters. I don’t see him as much of a fighter, or having much of a chance of actually winning in November, like Tina.

For governor I choose Greg Lopez. I think he holds the best prospect of winning in November and I am confident in his values and diligence. His primary opponent is a worthy candidate, but my choice is Greg Lopez.

Ron Hanks is my clear choice for US Senate. His performance as a hard working, conservative state legislator, 30+ years in the Air Force, including serving as an intelligence officer, staunch support for the unborn and thoughtful approach to every subject tells me he will be a leader for the right reasons in the US Senate. His opponent is not pro-life, has, over the past dozen years, contributed to three times more Democrats than Republicans and has no experience as a legislator at any level. He has more money, but Hanks has an incredible grassroots team and a better, proven track record.

I have been asked to introduce Ron at a fundraiser for Ron and Tina next week, and pass along the invitation to you:

AMERICA 1st Candidates Making Colorado Proud again

RON HANKS -US Senate

TINA PETERS -Colorado Secretary of State

Meet / Greet / Fundraiser

When:  Friday June 17  Time: 5:30 pm

Where: Evie Zur’s Place  5915 Ponderosa Way,

The Pinery of Parker

A GARDEN PARTY PICNIC STYLE POTLUCK

Bring ONE of the following to share.

APPETIZER / CHICKEN (Fried, Baked, or Wings) SIDE / SALAD / DESSERT / BEER or WINE

Close in parking /Lawn chair ensures seat /Bring Sweater
OUTDOOR MOVIE 2000 MULES at 8:30 + TRAILERof Tina Documentary, Selection Code

NO SOCIAL MEDIA PLEASE!                         WORD OF MOUTH                          Getting invites out quietly on your conservative networks

BTW, many of my choices fly in the face of the established Republican political class in Colorado. Their claim (the established Republican political class in Colorado) is these candidates do not stand a chance of winning in November, hence we should not vote for them in the primary. However, most of the problem these candidates have in being electable is the established Republican political class in Colorado has declared them unelectable!

If the established Republican political class in Colorado would stop declaring certain candidates unelectable and stop betting on candidates who do not represent the party’s values (think O’Dea and Anderson…), the Colorado GOP might start winning statewide races again.

And I am not alone in this assessment. Of the eight candidates I have endorsed, seven of them were the top choice in their Republican assemblies. I think the established Republican political class in Colorado ought to seriously reassess their collective political wisdom. They are clearly not in line with the party platform, the delegates in Republican assemblies, or winning combinations in November…

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June 4, 2022 with additions added on June 5

1. My Primary Endorsements

2. Western Conservative Summit

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1. My Primary Endorsements

 

The primary ballots are scheduled to be mailed out next week. Here are my endorsements for many of the competitive state-wide and local Republican races in the Northern Colorado area:

In Larimer County, for Sheriff I recommend Jeff Fisher. I have listened to both candidates several times, and whereas I see some encouraging aspects of both men, I have a greater confidence level in Jeff’s ability to lead and his basic principles of good government policies.

For House District 49 (rural parts of Larimer, Boulder, all of Clear Creek and ‘Gilpin counties I like both candidates and wish them both well for the primary election.

In House District 51, the Loveland district, I am endorsing Austin Hein, the challenger to the current incumbent, who is currently the Republican leader in the House. I am not satisfied with how the incumbent has lead the Republican caucus and I think we need a change.

South and West of Denver Congressional District 7 has become a possible pickup for the Republicans. It is a competitive race in the primary as well, with three candidates. My choice is Laurel Imer. Her two competitors are both strong candidates, but Laurel is the America First candidate who has worked hard and will, in my opinion, best fight for our rights in Congress.

In the new Congressional District 8 my choice for Congress is Lori Saine. She was a reliable conservative vote in the Colorado House for many years. I believe Lori will best represent our conservative values in the tough environment of ‘Washington DC. For state school board in CD8 my choice is Peggy Propst. Peggy has already served on the state school board. Her experience assures me she knows how to be most effective on that board.

For the Colorado secretary of state my choice is Tina Peters, without any question. Her most formidable opponent helped distribute over $300,000,000 of Zuckerberg’s money in the 2020 race, most of which was spent on Democrat areas of the key swing states.

Peters has proven to be a fighter and she is fighting for the right causes. The “indictments” levied against her is nothing more than political mud slinging, which I have covered in some detail over the past several weeks. The third candidate is, in my opinion, a spoiler, attempting to divide the vote three ways, possibly eroding the vote total for Tina Peters. I don’t see him as much of a fighter, like Tina.

For governor I choose Greg Lopez. I think he holds the best prospect of winning in November and I am confident in his values and diligence. His primary opponent is a worthy candidate, but my choice is Greg Lopez.

Ron Hanks is my clear choice for US Senate. His performance as a hard working, conservative state legislator, 30+ years in the Air Force, including serving as an intelligence officer, staunch support for the unborn and thoughtful approach to every subject tell me he will be a leader for the right reasons in the US Senate. His opponent is not pro-life, has, over the past dozen years, contributed to three times more Democrats than Republicans and has no experience as a legislator at any level. He has more money, but Hanks has an incredible grassroots team and a better, proven track record.


2. Western Conservative Summit

Greg Lopez, candidate for governor giving speech on the main stage.

On June 3 and 4 the Western Conservative Summit was held. This annual event is always a highlight for conservatives in the West. As has always been the case, it was two days packed with information, encouragement and inspiration. I strongly recommend this significant, annual event.

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1. Have Online Military Votes Been Stolen?

This video is the most information packed report on COVID I have ever viewed. It is an up-to-date and brief presentation (under 13 minutes) to the San Diego City Council. To view it click here.

2. Fauci Documentary and CDC Mandate on Children

Last week I reported on a suit challenging the legality of the voting machines in El Paso County. Instead of examining the facts, the judge refused to allow the case to be heard and dismissed the case on very questionable grounds. Due to the preliminary procedures the judge went forward with, I had hoped this would finally be the opportunity for a true “day in court,” but no, this judge is as tone deaf as most in his profession.

Consequently a complaint was filed with the Colorado Secretary of State, The complaint begins by saying: “This petition raises the question whether this Court, or any Colorado district court, will allow a public trial to determine if the El Paso County computer voting system is illegal.”

BTW, this is the same Secretary  of State that “mistakenly” sent out a letter to 30,000 non-citizens “reminding” them to register to vote…

3. Hedi Wins Debates

The election is about to begin. Please pray for a fair and accurate election, particularly here in Colorado. We have many clear choices before us and the future of our nation hangs in the balance. Pray that informed citizens will vote, will encourage others to vote, and that their votes will not be diluted by anyone who would seek to defraud the election in any way.

And don’t forget to vote.

4. Finger Report

5. More Voter guides

Here is a repeat of the voter guides I published last week plus more detailed information on local races in Larimer county, which can be found here.

Transform Colorado has prepared several nonpartisan voter guides for different areas of Colorado in both English and Spanish. They are available here online and printed copies are being distributed to many churches across the state.

For statewide ballot questions Centennial Institute has prepared information that can be found here.

In addition, here is some good counsel offered by my friend John Andrews:

“I will vote yes on Proposition 121, which cuts income taxes for all. Yes on Amendment D, which improves access to the courts. And yes on Amendment E, which cuts property taxes for survivors of someone who died for our country.

“Three worthy acts of citizen lawmaking. Three yes votes… 121… D… and E.  

“I will vote no on all the other ballot issues.  Let’s defeat all these measures that would raise taxes (FF), or grow government (123), or make it harder for citizens to cut taxes (GG), or make alcohol and drugs easier to get (122, 124, 125, 126), or benefit the gambling industry (F).  

“None of those is a good thing for our state. Join me in voting them down.

“Join me also in voting no on all tax increases for local government. Coloradans pay more than enough taxes already. Politicians just need to spend more wisely.”

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October 15, 2022

1. Comprehensive Report on COVID

2. El Paso Suit Dismissed by Judge

3. Ballots Go Out Next Week

4. Ballot Questions Answered

5. Join the Breakfast Club Zoom Call Every Monday Morning

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1. Comprehensive Report on COVID

This video is the most information packed report on COVID I have ever viewed. It is an up-to-date and brief presentation (under 13 minutes) to the San Diego City Council. To view it click here.

2. El Paso Suit Dismissed by Judge

Last week I reported on a suit challenging the legality of the voting machines in El Paso County. Instead of examining the facts, the judge refused to allow the case to be heard and dismissed the case on very questionable grounds. Due to the preliminary procedures the judge went forward with, I had hoped this would finally be the opportunity for a true “day in court,” but no, this judge is as tone deaf as most in his profession.

Consequently a complaint was filed with the Colorado Secretary of State, The complaint begins by saying: “This petition raises the question whether this Court, or any Colorado district court, will allow a public trial to determine if the El Paso County computer voting system is illegal.”

BTW, this is the same Secretary  of State that “mistakenly” sent out a letter to 30,000 non-citizens “reminding” them to register to vote…

3. Ballots Go Out Next Week

The election is about to begin. Please pray for a fair and accurate election, particularly here in Colorado. We have many clear choices before us and the future of our nation hangs in the balance. Pray that informed citizens will vote, will encourage others to vote, and that their votes will not be diluted by anyone who would seek to defraud the election in any way.

And don’t forget to vote.

4. Ballot Questions Answered

Transform Colorado has prepared several nonpartisan voter guides for different areas of Colorado in both English and Spanish. They are available here online and printed copies are being distributed to many churches across the state.

For statewide ballot questions Centennial Institute has prepared information that can be found here.

In addition, here is some good counsel offered by my friend John Andrews:

“I will vote yes on Proposition 121, which cuts income taxes for all. Yes on Amendment D, which improves access to the courts. And yes on Amendment E, which cuts property taxes for survivors of someone who died for our country.

“Three worthy acts of citizen lawmaking. Three yes votes… 121… D… and E.  

“I will vote no on all the other ballot issues.  Let’s defeat all these measures that would raise taxes (FF), or grow government (123), or make it harder for citizens to cut taxes (GG), or make alcohol and drugs easier to get (122, 124, 125, 126), or benefit the gambling industry (F).  

“None of those is a good thing for our state. Join me in voting them down.

“Join me also in voting no on all tax increases for local government. Coloradans pay more than enough taxes already. Politicians just need to spend more wisely.”

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The Republican Study Committee of Colorado,P.O. Box 378, Berthoud, CO 80513.

The Republican Study Committee of Colorado(RSCC) is composed of conservative leaders within the Republican caucus of the Colorado legislature.

 

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October 8, 2022

1. Delaware Supreme Court Throws Out All-Mail Voting

2. El Paso Suit Now Includes Griswold Subpoena

3. Larimer County Candidate Meeting in Berthoud 

4. Natural gas can’t be replaced by green sources

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1. Delaware Supreme Court Throws Out All-Mail Voting

This is not for Colorado, but it is good to see any court read the law and rule accordingly. Click here for the details.

As a followup to this general topic, here is a link to a challenging commentary by Conrad Black, a Canadian-born British citizen, published by the Epoch Times, on judicial review of elections in the US. I don’t agree with all he says, but it is good food for thought.

2. El Paso Suit Now Includes Griswold Subpoena

Keep an eye on the court case scheduled to begin on October 17 in El Paso County. As I reported last week, it is a legitimate challenge to the legality of the voting equipment. I say legitimate because the election equipment is clearly in violation of state and federal law as the machine system destroys enough of the election records that it is impossible to conduct a complete audit of any election. Federal law requires all election records to be preserved for 22 months. Colorado law says at least 25 months. The solution the suit calls for is to conduct the election as planned, but after the election, count the ballots by hand, eliminating any possibility of machine counting irregularities.

In a document filed earlier this week, the Colorado secretary of state has been given a subpoena to appear at that hearing. The subpoena can be viewed here.

3. Larimer County Candidate Meeting in Berthoud 

Tomorrow afternoon I will be at a meet and greet in the Berthoud area for seven candidates here in Larimer County. For those in the area I hope you can join us. The address is 1800 West County Road 6. Kindly RSVP to GRANDMAPATRIOT1776@gmail.com. For more information call 970-402-0025. That is this Sunday afternoon, October 9, from 2-4 PM.

4. Natural gas can’t be replaced by green sources

Don’t forget, there is a lot more happening than just the elections. Here is a reminder that oil and gas cannot be replaced by “green” energy and the rush to try will have disastrous effects as early as this winter. To read more click here.

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Donations can be sent to:

The Republican Study Committee of Colorado,P.O. Box 378, Berthoud, CO 80513.

The Republican Study Committee of Colorado(RSCC) is composed of conservative leaders within the Republican caucus of the Colorado legislature.

 

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October 1, 2022

1. Election Integrity

2. First Gubernatorial Debate

3. Article V on the US Senate Floor

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1. Election Integrity

Election integrity is a theme I continue to come back to because it is that important. We must insist that our elections are accurate and transparent, and currently they are not. Here are some details I have come across this week.

First, Time magazine released the cover for their Oct. 10 edition:

Time is not talking about those of us who are insisting on election integrity, they are honoring those who are insisting that elections are currently safe and secure, the “gold standard.” Never mind that voter registrations lists are bloated with voters who have moved out of their precinct years before, or died, or their voter identity has been cloned, or the lists are filled with non-citizens who have been automatically registered, etc..

And what about transparency for the vote counting equipment? We are told that is none of our business. Just trust them because they are the “gold standard.”

In the middle of this picture is Pam Anderson (woman with glasses), the corporate secretary for CTCL, the organization that used hundreds of millions of Zuckerberg’s money to corrupt the 2020 election in key swing states. Oh, and Anderson happens to also be the name on the 2022 ballot as the “Republican” for Colorado secretary of state. Hmmm…

As a matter of fact, Time magazine’s story is just as ignorant of the facts of election fraud as all other journalists who call people like me “election deniers.” Anyone who buys that line hasn’t looked at the facts.

Here is an interesting fact you probably haven’t seen in the papers. A court date has been set in El Paso County for October 17 and 19 to hear the complaint that the election equipment is in violation of state and federal law because the software destroys enough of the election records that it is impossible to conduct a complete audit of any election. The solution the suit calls for is to conduct the election as planned, but after the election, count the ballots by hand. For the court documents click here.

Speaking of election fraud, that supposedly never happens, a former member of Congress was just sentenced to 30 months in prison for election fraud. Hmmm…

Finally, let me be clear on one important point. I have great misgivings on what shape our election systems are in, but I am NOT advocating abandoning elections. For the short run we must overwhelm the fraudsters. It is the only path we have to ever have a chance to restore confidence in our elections.

2. First Gubernatorial Debate

Heidi Ganahl and Jared Polis had their first gubernatorial debate last Wednesday. Heidi did a great job of holding Polis accountable for 85 new taxes and fees, high crime rates, inflation, drugs and the destruction of the oil and gas industry.

For Polis the only word I can think that best describes his part is slimy. Knowing much of the facts about his first term (see the book I helped produce, UNMASKED 2020) I know how he misrepresented his actions as governor and twisted Regent Ganahl’s plans to restore Colorado to the state we know and love.

The debate can be viewed here. The actual gubernatorial debate begins at 1:13:30.

 
3. Article V on the US Senate Floor

Article V establishes the process for amending the Constitution.  It is the most powerful tool states have to control an out of control federal government. Much of my political career has been spent on promoting this significant principle, including starting the State Legislators Article V Caucus.

I have now been at this for ten years. It has been slow in coming, but as the national debt is now passing $30 trillion and the administrative state seems unstoppable, more people, including prominent leaders are starting to catch on. Here is a story about one US Senator, Senator Braun, who brought the issue to the Senate floor this week.

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The Republican Study Committee of Colorado,P.O. Box 378, Berthoud, CO 80513.

The Republican Study Committee of Colorado(RSCC) is composed of conservative leaders within the Republican caucus of the Colorado legislature.

 

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September 24, 2022

1. Attack on GOP Office 

2. Polis Imports California’s Radical Ideas

3. Why Everyone Needs an AR-15

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1. Attack on GOP Office

I lead this week’s report with a recent picture of the front window of the Larimer County Republican office. It is said that a picture tells a thousand words…

Does this vandalism of the GOP headquarters in Fort Collins have anything to with Biden’s inflammatory speech in front of Independence Hall?

Thanks Joe.

2. Polis Imports California’s Radical Ideas

Here is a troubling story of California’s radical attacks on our nation’s energy resources. California will be banning gas heaters, as described in this story. However, understand that Colorado’s Governor Polis has locked Colorado’s air control policies to California policies, so any time you see some extreme “green” agenda coming out of “California,” just insert the word “Colorado” because that is the policy system Polis has baked into our state’s laws.

And here is another discussion from a nationally published magazine on how California AND Colorado policies are implementing the “green” agenda.For more information on this subject seeSB21-200, HB19-1261 and HB19-1188.

 


3. Why Everyone Needs an AR-15


For the best argument I have seen against government gun control watch this interesting and informative videothat was published just a few days ago.

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Donations can be sent to:

The Republican Study Committee of Colorado,P.O. Box 378, Berthoud, CO 80513.

The Republican Study Committee of Colorado(RSCC) is composed of conservative leaders within the Republican caucus of the Colorado legislature.

 

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September 17, 2022

1. Constitution Day 

2. DOJ Harassing Biden Opponents

3. Commentary on Higher Education

4. Intercessory, Strategic Prayer inside Colorado State Capitol

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1. Constitution Day

“We the People of the United States, in Order to form a more perfect Union, establish Justice, insure domestic Tranquility, provide for the common defence, promote the general Welfare, and secure the Blessings of Liberty to ourselves and our Posterity, do ordain and establish this Constitution for the United States of America.”

235 years ago today, September 17, the U.S. Constitution was signed. With the exception of God’s Holy Word, this was to become the most significant document in the history of the world. It was the first time a nation was founded on the unique idea of limited government and self-governance, specifically designed within one concise document. Many nations have followed with their own written constitutions, but the average life span of those plans has been less than 20 years. The U.S. Constitution has endured many challenges over many generations. It is a testament to the wisdom, foresight and solid principles of the patriots who created the Constitution.

It is not perfect. We have amended it 27 times, but that too was part of the plan. Take a few moments today to ponder the blessings we enjoy because of this solid foundation for our land. And keep it within the context of that other great document, the Declaration of Independence.

“We hold these Truths to be self-evident, that all Men are created equal, that they are endowed by their Creator with certain unalienable Rights, that among these are Life, Liberty, and the Pursuit of Happiness—-That to secure these Rights, Governments are instituted among Men, deriving their just Powers from the Consent of the Governed…”

2. DOJ Harassing Biden Opponents

In four minutes Tucker Carlson drills down to the core reasons for the Department of Justice’s unjust and illegal violations of our Constitutional Fourth Amendment rights. To watch click HERE.

3. Commentary on Higher Education

Higher education is in deep trouble. Enrollment is down and tuition costs are up.Too many schools have become little more than woke, politically correct indoctrination centers. There are notable exceptions which Colorado Christian University’s chancellor, Dr. Donald Sweeting wrote about in this recently published in the Washington Times commentary. To read it click here.

4. Intercessory, Strategic Prayer inside Colorado State Capitol

Unfortunately I will be out of state, but Tom Schreiner sent me this announcement for a special time of prayer he is organizing at the state capitol next week.

What: Intercessory, Strategic Prayer inside Colorado State Capitol
When: Friday, September 23 beginning at 1 pm sharp
Where: Inside State Capitol at guided tour staging area, near Ute Flags
Why: Election Integrity for Colorado & Nation, Office of Governor (CO)
How: We will have a guided private tour, including dome area
Who: members of the Body of Christ from a variety of churches

Anyone who is a bible believing prayer warrior is invited to join us.
This will be conducted as a strategic, under the radar, spiritual Delta Force activity

For further information contact:

Tom Schreiner
schreinert52@gmail.com
303-913-0689 cell

5. Join the Breakfast Club Zoom Call Every Monday Morning

For more discussion on the issues above and any other topic that may come up, join our Zoom call every Monday morning at 7:30 AM.

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September 14, 2022

SPECIAL REPORT. – FBI seizes Lindell’s phone for Colorado Federal Grand Jury

HERE is the link to a video report, published this morning, abouta somewhat dramatic FBI contact with Mike Lindell in Minnesota, which happened late in the day yesterday. Over the last several days the FBI and DOJ have ramped up their harassment of citizens who are exercising their First Amendment right to publicly question the accuracy of our electronic voting systems.

This particular case should be of interest to Colorado citizens, as it is concerning a federal grand jury inquiry here in Colorado concerning Mesa County clerk and recorder Tina Peters. It is obvious that the DOJ is not satisfied with the flimsy charges the Mesa County DA cooked up against her with his own grand jury and are on their own fishing expedition against this courageous patriot. Clerk Peters has already exposed the illegal destruction of election records and vote manipulation that the Colorado Secretary of State and Dominion voting systems orchestrated in 2020 and 2021.

This video is one hour long. Please watch it and pass it on. Every Colorado citizen needs to know this story of the corruption and abuse our government, at every level, is exerting on the fearless patriots who are sounding the alarms right before this critical election.

For Life and Liberty!

Kevin Lundberg
fmr Colorado State Senator


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September 10, 2022

1. Colorado Recount Broke the Law

2. Potent Message to Biden

3. Trump’s Virtues

4. Constitution Day

5. Join the Breakfast Club Zoom Call Every Monday Morning

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1. Colorado Primary Recount Broke the Law

The Colorado Recount was not conducted according the recount statute (CRS 1-10.5-102) and courts don’t seem to care; so far.

This past week Tina Peters’ lawsuit against the Colorado Secretary of State and the county clerks was dismissed by the court, without giving Tina’s attorney the opportunity to present the merits of the case. HERE is a link to the legal complaint that Tina Peters filed.

Tina Peters filed this suit because the recount of her primary election was conducted in specific violation of the Colorado recount law. The law clearly states that the fist step is for the canvas boards in each county to compare a random sample of the machine counted results of that election with a hand count of the paper ballots counted by those same machines. If any discrepancies are found in the two totals the ballots must be counted by hand. That first required step was completely ignored. Instead the Secretary if state ordered a machine count and the clerks followed her orders and went along with this blatant violation of the law!

A glaring question is obvious. Why is Secretary Griswold refusing to compare the ballots with the machine totals? Is there something she is hiding? She insists Colorado’s elections are the gold standard. Why not follow the law and put it to the test?

Tina assures me she will not give up the fight and will appeal for a fair hearing to a higher court. Please pray that justice and transparency will prevail, before we go through another election (as in this coming November).

2. Potent Message to Biden

Much has been said about the destructive policies of the current administration, but none I have seen or heard have have been more clear or effective than this five minute message from a naturalized citizen. To watch click HERE.

3. Trump’s Virtues

And… a potent contrast is this speech on Donald Trump. I hope you can spend a few minutes with this discourse. It is an excellent analysis of Trump and his role as President. To view click HERE.

4. Constitution Day 

235 years ago, on September 17, the Constitution was signed by the delegates who conceived this new concept of self-governance. I trust all will pause to consider what a blessing this document has been to all Americans, and the entire world.

In Windsor there will be a special program honoring the Constitution which I plan on attending. There is a charge for this event and registration is required. For more information click HERE. Whether or not you can make this meeting, please give some attention and honor to Constitution Day in 2022.

5. Join the Breakfast Club Zoom Call Every Monday Morning

For more discussion on the issues above and any other topic that may come up, join our Zoom call every Monday morning at 7:30 AM.

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September 3, 2022

1. Biden’s “Historic” Speech

2. Tina Peters

3. Babylon Bee

4. Alaska’s Terrible Voting System

5. No zoom call on Monday

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1. Biden’s “Historic” Speech

Thursday night Joe Biden gave what was billed as an historic speech to the American people. I listened to as much of it as I could stand. If you want the text to the speech, click HERE.

The speech was historic, but not in the way Joe Biden intended. In my opinion, it was the worst, most dangerous speech ever delivered by a US president in my life time. With the backdrop of Independence Hall, lit with harsh blood-red lights and Marine guards, Joe Biden proved to the nation that he doesn’t understand our system of government and he has very little respect for the people. Claiming his speech to be about unity, he essentially declared war against a great number of us.

These few lines sum up much of what he was aiming at.

“MAGA Republicans do not respect the Constitution. They do not believe in the rule of law. They do not recognize the will of the people. They refuse to accept the results of a free election. And they’re working right now, as I speak in state after state, to give the power to decide elections in America to partisans and cronies, empowering election-deniers to undermine democracy itself.”

BTW, I agree that election deniers are undermining the democratic process, but he is chief among them, denying all of the evidence that the 2020 election was loaded with fraud and, like Jena Griswold, refuses any valid process to test the accuracy of the present voting systems.

Understand this, Biden is not simply going after Trump; he is going after all of us. His administration has flaunted the law and exceeded his constitutional responsibilities in flagrant ways. This speech was an ominous warning that we should heed and work to defeat.

Words fail me in expressing my contempt for his attitude and harsh delivery. It was filled with empty platitudes and claims that were the complete opposite of the truth. Again and again he said that those of us who adhere to the ideals of making American great are a threat to our “democracy.”

First, he doesn’t understand that our nation was not established as a democracy, it is a constitutional republic. This is significant, as a major theme in the speech was preserve the “democracy” and I have observed that those who call for democracy are rarely interested in the Bill of Rights and the constitutional limits of civil government. They are interested in power and control, something Biden has used again and again in these first twenty months of his administration.

Biden’s speech sounded more like a dictator than a US President. Or, to put a better face on this, maybe he is just desperate to find something that works. Inflation is still raging, a recession deepening, the southern border is totally out of control, crime in our major cities is skyrocketing, schools are failing, parents are outraged with the woke culture being pushed on their kids, the military is being compromised by that same woke system… I could go on, but you get the point.

Here is another example from Biden’s speech; “MAGA forces are determined to take this country backwards — backwards to an America where there is no right to choose, no right to privacy, no right to contraception, no right to marry who you love.” This is red meat rhetoric for the hard left, and a direct slap in the face if you are pro-life or pro-marriage, but hardly an accurate counter to making America great again.

I close my observations with a link to a short exchange between Steve Bannon and Arizona candidate for governor, Kari Lake. In less than two minutes they sum it up pretty well. To view it click HERE.

2. Tina Peters

The Mesa County DA is accelerating his criminal proceedings against Tina Peters, while she pursues her lawsuits against the secretary of state and county clerks. I expect several developments in the next few days as Tina continues to defend herself and the integrity of our election systems. In some ways I think Biden’s speech is a reaction to the issues Tina fearlessly bringing before the nation.

3. Babylon Bee

I don’t know if you are aware of the political satire produced by The Babylon Bee. They are very good at poking fun at folks that deserve it. HERE is a link I recommend.

4. Alaska’s Terrible Voting System

The results are in for the special election to replace Alaska’s US representative. Even though Alaska is a strong Republican state, because they have a “jungle” primary where everyone competes on one ballot and the final vote is determined through a complex system called ranked voting, the Democrat candidate won.

Just like Colorado’s open primary, which is a bad idea, jungle primaries are equally frustrating, often yielding a result that does not accurately reflect the will of the people. On top of that ranked voting puts down another layer of confusion, further complicating the election results. Also, be aware that ranked voting makes counting of ballots nearly impossible.

Voters in Fort Collins; be aware that a question allowing ranked voting will be on your November ballot.

5. No zoom call on Monday

As is our normal custom, we take a break from our normal Zoom calls on holidays that fall on Mondays and that includes Labor day on September 5. We will be back the next week, on September 12.


For Life and Liberty!

Kevin Lundberg
fmr Colorado State Senator


As the executive director for the Republican Study Committee of Colorado, I am working to keep this organization a powerful voice for conservative values in the Colorado legislature. We are a non-profit 501(c)4 organization, relying on contributions (which are not tax-deductible).

Donations can be sent to:

The Republican Study Committee of Colorado,P.O. Box 378, Berthoud, CO 80513.

The Republican Study Committee of Colorado(RSCC) is composed of conservative leaders within the Republican caucus of the Colorado legislature.

 

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August 27, 2022

1. Summit and Election Update

2. Griswold Doesn’t Get It

3. Priola

4. Finger Troubles

5. Join the Breakfast Club Zoom Call Every Monday Morning

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What a week!

1. Summit and Election Update

This week started with The Moment of Truth Summit, which I attended in Springfield, Missouri on Saturday and Sunday. I did file a report early Sunday on the Summit, but it continued all that day with much more information about the state of elections in our country.

The big take aways from The Moment of Truth Summit were the premier showing of the documentary (S)Election Code, reports on election highlights from all 50-states, and the fact that over a thousand citizens came from every state who understand that election fraud is rampant in our system. We must do better if the Republic is to survive.

One call to action at the Moment of Truth Summit was asking citizens in every state to collect the cast vote records before the time expires for preserving those records. According to federal law that date is early in September of this year, 22 months after the 2020 election. However, Colorado law requires all records to be maintained for at least 25 months. This does not mean we should hold off, but we should also be aware that no Colorado clerk can legally destroy 2020 election records in Colorado until at least December. All of this information is free and available to all on FrankSpeech.com.

In a related subject, here is an article on an election system that has worked well for many years in France. Everyone votes in-person, with paper ballots, on Election Day, with ID required. All ballots are hand counted that same night. This method leaves very little room for wide spread fraud and therefore confidence in the accuracy of their elections is very high.

2. Griswold Doesn’t Get It

Here in Colorado, the Secretary of State either doesn’t want to understand how to protect our elections or is incapable of understanding how this can be done.

Here is an email that Secretary Griswold sent to her supporters on Friday:

“Even though she lost, Tina Peters, the Big Lie conspiracy theorist who is facing felony charges, refused to concede and demanded a recount in the Republican primary for Secretary of State.

“This is a crucial moment in American history, as election deniers continue to spread misinformation and gain traction around the country, it becomes even more important that everyone stays involved and engaged.

“I needed to reach out to you quickly because we are coming up on our end-of-month deadline. With Big Lie rhetoric still circulating throughout the country, we need to show the strength behind our campaign.

“Please join me in the fight to expand access to the polls and protect the will of the people by rushing in $25 right now.

“Thanks for everything you do,

Jena Griswold”

Clearly Jena Griswold is just trying to raise cash for her campaign, but the substance of this letter ignores the facts and flips the truth on its head. In fact, Tina Peters is only guilty of doing her job; preserving all of the election records. Tina has also sued the Colorado Secretary of State and the County Clerks because they conducted her primary election recount in specific violation of the Colorado recount law. 

I have covered many of the details of this dispute in previous reports, however for the complete picture HERE is a link to the legal complaint that Tina Peters filed. For an expanded view on my views on election integrity issues HERE is a speech that I gave at Truth and Liberty last year.

3. Priola

This past week State Senator Kevin Priola announced he is switching parties from Republican to Democrat. This was an extraordinary move that potentially changes the balance of political power in the Colorado State Senate for 2023 and 2024.

I have seen Colorado state legislators flip parties before, but never in the middle of their term. They understood that the people in their district voted for them with a specific party affiliation. In my opinion, this is a severe betrayal of the voters in his senate district.

Even though Priola’s voting patterns probably won’t change much (he voted consistently with the Democrats), I believe his actions warrant a close look at the recall provisions in Colorado law for the citizens in his district.

4. Finger Troubles

On a personal note, many already know that on Tuesday I had a severe accident with my table saw and nearly cut off three fingers on my left hand. The doctor spent over two hours reattaching the fingers with what was left, however the final prognosis is still uncertain. I have been overwhelmed with care and compassion from so many and I continue to say with absolute certainty that God is good all the time.

I am not sure how this will effect my abilities in the future but I do look forward to whatever adventure God has in store for me and my wonderful family. Thank you for your prayers and support.

5. Join the Breakfast Club Zoom Call Every Monday Morning

For more discussion on the issues above and any other topic that may come up, join our Zoom call every Monday morning at 7:30 AM.

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Kevin Lundberg
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The Republican Study Committee of Colorado(RSCC) is composed of conservative leaders within the Republican caucus of the Colorado legislature.

 

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August 21

Special Report on the first day of The Moment of Truth Summit.

As I reported earlier, I am currently attending the The Moment of Truth Summit, which is an in-depth look at the current state of our election systems from across the country. The summit is being live-streamed on Frankspeech.com. Much of the Summit is also available for replaying on Frankspeech.com. I strongly recommend viewing what you can of the Summit today (it will be conducted from 9 AM to 9 PM, Central time).

Some of the highlights from Saturday were state by state reports of election integrity issues. This took a long time to get through all 50 states, but most individual state reports are now available to be viewed one at a time. There is a wealth of specific information to be had from those reports.

I don’t see any rebroadcast available on Frankspeech.com at this time, but the premier showing of the documentary Selection Code was the program last night. This is, essentially, the story of Tina Peters, the clerk and recorder for Mesa County, Colorado. Selection Code is also a detailed description of the deep problems of electronic election systems. This was a powerful presentation of the significant problems we have with our current elections systems AND the clear solution: hand count the ballots. Get rid of the machines that are ripe for fraud and abuse and return to a secure voting system of which we can all have confidence in it’s accuracy and integrity. All aspects of our voting systems must be fortified (voter registration, distribution, collection and storage of ballots, and counting and tabulation of the results) but the most vulnerable and opaque part is the secretive and complex electronic voting machinery. 

I have seen several documentaries designed to unravel the mysteries surrounding election systems. They all reveal certain parts to this intricate puzzle, but Selection Code is the most powerful one produced which I have seen.

If you can, please watch This final day of The Moment of Truth Summitit will be time well spent.

August 20, 2022

1. Election Integrity

2. 87,000 More IRS Agents?

3. Who Feeds Whom?

4. 1,200 Scientists and Scholars Declare “There Is No Climate Emergency”

5. Join the Breakfast Club Zoom call every Monday Morning

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1. Election Integrity

As I publish this week’s edition of the Lundberg Report I am in Springfield, Missouri, attending The Moment of Truth Summit. This event, sponsored by Mike Lindell, is a gathering of patriotic citizens from across the country who want to reestablish confidence in our voting systems. This can only accomplished by fixing the problems which have plagued our recent elections. I will take careful notes and report on all I see and hear at this summit.

This week lawsuits have been filed in two Colorado counties challenging the use of Colorado’s electronic voting systems in the November general election. The lawsuits were filed in the state district courts in Mesa and El Paso counties. The basis of the lawsuits is that the electronic voting systems violate Colorado and federal law by systematically deleting files and other data that are required to be maintained under the respective statutes.  Accordingly, it is illegal to use these systems in the upcoming November election. The lawsuits were filed under a special Colorado statute that allows for expedited treatment of complaints about the conduct of upcoming elections. They are supported by an extensive declaration by a well qualified cyber security expert. My thanks to Maurice Emmer for providing this timely report

Finally, here are success stories concerning election integrity. The Family Research Council recently filed this report on the progress several states have made to ensure that their elections do have transparency and accuracy. Click here for their story.

2. 87,000 More IRS Agents?

This week, as the nation once again is learning the meaning of stagflation, the occupant in the White House signed a bill that will tax the people hundreds of billions of dollars and spend the money on inflationary projects, including hiring an estimated 87,000 additional IRS agents. Nothing could go wrong here…

For a little background, here is a short video on one way the IRS recruits their investigative agents. This video was not produced as a political statement, it is a factual report on IRS policies and procedures. I know you will find it informative, from which you can draw your own conclusions.

3. Who Feeds Whom?

For all of us in rural Colorado the governor’s live in companion had some advice, which the FencePost (a rural Colorado newspaper) has published for our edification. Colorado voters ought to know what sort of values and attitudes are held in the Polis household. The story can be found here.


4. 1,200 Scientists and Scholars Declare “There Is No Climate Emergency”

As we are daily barraged by policies that assume global warming is threatening the very existence of life on our planet, it is important to keep this within the perspective of actual experts, who have joined in this declaration, which includes: “Scientists should openly address uncertainties and exaggerations in their predictions of global warming, while politicians should dispassionately count the real costs as well as the imagined benefits of their policy measures…” Click here for more information.

5. Join the Breakfast Club Zoom call every Monday Morning

For more discussion on the issues above and any other topic that may come up, join our Zoom call every Monday morning at 7:30 AM. On this call, if the internet connection is working at my hotel, I hope to give a fresh, first-hand report on The Moment of Truth Summit.

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The Republican Study Committee of Colorado,P.O. Box 378, Berthoud, CO 80513.

The Republican Study Committee of Colorado(RSCC) is composed of conservative leaders within the Republican caucus of the Colorado legislature.

 

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August 13, 2022

1. Election Misinformation

2. The Fourth Amendment and FBI Raids

3. Message from Ashe in America

4. Join the Breakfast Club Zoom call every Monday Morning

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1. Election Misinformation

You have got to watch this 30 second ad to believe it! Former Secretary of State (SOS) Wayne Williams (who was defeated by Griswold in the 2018 election) has teamed up with her to warn us all about “election misinformation.” Talk about the pot calling the kettle black!  In the ad they insist that Colorado’s elections are “safe and secure.”

Well, how about proving it? Griswold had the perfect opportunity last week. She could have simply followed Colorado’s recount law (CRS 1-110.5-102). As I detailed in the last two Lundberg Reports (given below on this page), Griswold conducted an illegal recount by refusing to allow the canvas boards to follow the required test comparison of machine counts and hand counts of the actual paper ballots cast for the GOP SOS primary. Instead she, and now Williams, just bloviate about their “gold standard” without any any proof!

I do agree with one thing Griswold and Williams said. “Always use trusted sources.” My source is the actual Colorado law. Can we get any closer to the facts than that?  The next test of the election system here in Colorado will be the lawsuit that Tina Peters and other candidates have filed against Griswold and the county clerks. Thanks to supporters of these candidates all of the counties have been served the law suit notices and we expect the judge to start the legal process next week. With the general election just around the corner this suit must processed quickly.

For more information on this important issue I recommend this report  from America’s Mom.

2. The Fourth Amendment and FBI Raids

Here in Colorado we have seen this before, Just ask Tina Peters or Sheronna Bishop, but now it is President Trump’s home. The FBI is developing a reputation for police-state tactics of intimidation. And now they have ramped it up to an example that no one will ever forget. Much has been said by many over the past few days and I will not dwell long on this outrageous behavior of an organization that used to be held in high esteem.

However, I bring up this one point: Have we forgotten the Bill of Rights? In all of the hours of news stories and commentaries I have listened to, only once, and then in quick passing, was the Fourth Amendment specifically addressed.

“The right of the people to be secure in their persons, houses, papers, and effects, against unreasonable searches and seizures, shall not be violated, and no Warrants shall issue, but upon probable cause, supported by Oath or affirmation, and particularly describing the place to be searched, and the persons or things to be seized.”

Yes, the FBI was using a search warrant, but this is a clear example of the severe misuse of the Fourth Amendment, particularly when law enforcement wants to go an a “fishing expedition.” It is crystal clear to anyone who carefully considers all of the facts that the executive branch of the Federal Government is abusing our constitutional rights, turning their legitimate police powers into political tools for corrupt purposes.

We must demand better, and the best place to start is at the ballot box this November.

3. Message from Ashe in America

Ashe in America has been providing valuable information on Colorado’s election issues and more. I have found her writing style creative and her information accurate. I consider her a trusted source of much that has been happening here in Colorado and beyond. This week she sent out a dignified request for support and I ask that you give her request  serious consideration.

There are many patriots who have devoted a great deal of their time and energy to election integrity, integrity that is more than hollow promises, integrity that is safe, secure and verified. Ashe is one of those patriots, help her as you are able. Thank you.

4. Join the Breakfast Club Zoom call every Monday Morning

For more discussion on the issues above and any other topic that may come up, join our Zoom call every Monday morning at 7:30 AM.

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The Republican Study Committee of Colorado,P.O. Box 378, Berthoud, CO 80513.

The Republican Study Committee of Colorado(RSCC) is composed of conservative leaders within the Republican caucus of the Colorado legislature.

 

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August 6, 2022

1. Statewide Recount Did Not Follow the Colorado Law

2. Moore v. Harper Will Test Independent State Legislature Doctrine

3. Join the Breakfast Club Zoom call every Monday Morning

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1. Statewide Recount Did Not Follow the Colorado Law

This story is really a followup to the lead story of last week, concerning the recount of the Secretary of State (SOS) primary election, which can be found below this August 6 edition on this webpage.

As I wrote last week, SOS Griswold insisted on conducting a machine recount, even though the concerns many of us have are with the integrity of the machine counting and tabulating software. This could have all been settled appropriately with a manual, hand count of the actual paper ballots. If the results turned out the same as the original reported results of the primary, Griswold would have been vindicated and we could all have that much more confidence in our election system. If the results of a hand count were very different than the reported totals, all of Colorado would see that we must immediately abandon the machines and conduct future elections with a hand count system.

That is what could have been. What happened this week did not settle anything. At the SOS ‘s orders a machine count was conducted and the results were virtually identical to the first time the machines processed the ballots. No surprise there.

Some claim this settles the matter, but in fact it only proved that the machines continue to act in the same fashion as they did in the original count. What it did not answer was: are the machines accurately tabulating the votes indicated on the original paper ballots? That can only be answered by comparing the original machine count to a hand count of the same ballots.

Additionally, upon careful observation by recount watchers, it was found that the recount was not conducted according to Colorado law in two significant ways. First, the election machines are not properly certified, as required by federal law and the machines have several major vulnerabilities that have not been adequately addressed. Conducting a hand count would circumvent this immediate concern. Secondly, a test comparison of the machines to a hand count of ballots was not conducted before the recount, as required by Colorado law (CRS 1-10.5-102 (3) (a)).

That subsection says: “Prior to any recount, the canvass board shall choose at random and test voting devices used in the candidate race, ballot issue, or ballot question that is the subject of the recount. The board shall use the voting devices it has selected to CONDUCT A COMPARISON of the machine count of the ballots counted on each such voting device for the candidate race, ballot issue, or ballot question to the corresponding manual count of the voter-verified paper records.” (I added the emphasis with the color, capitalizing and bold type.)

This never happened. Instead the SOS required what they call a Limited Risk Audit, which does not give the comparison of what the machine counted originally in the primary to a hand count of those same voted ballots. The above subsection is very clear and it never happened in any county. This is a serious error, which must be corrected for the recount to be valid. It must follow these essential steps required in Colorado law.

Accordingly Tina Peters has filed a suit against SOS Griswold and the county clerks, demanding that they follow the law. That complaint can be found here. I commend clerk and candidate Tina Peters for her tenacity, despite all of the ridicule she is enduring from the media, political pundits and other uninformed “experts.” Because of her courage we may still have a chance to have accurate elections in Colorado, and have confidence in the results.

 

2. Moore v. Harper Will Test Independent State Legislature Doctrine

Here is a case the Supreme Court has taken up for their next session that we need to keep an eye on. It has to do with what is called the Independent State Legislature Doctrine. Essentially it asks, do state legislatures have the absolute authority to draw congressional districts, or can courts step in and change those maps, thus taking over this power from the directly elected, legislative branch of government?

This case might be decided quickly, as it directly impacts the North Carolina congressional elections this November.

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July 30, 2022

1. Statewide SOS Primary Recount is On

2. Digging Deeper Into Election integrity

3. Colorado Enterprises are Now 40% of the Budget

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1. Statewide SOS Primary Recount is On

Over the last few days we have seen some extraordinary moments in the aftermath of the Republican primary. In a last minute push secretary of state (SOS) Republican candidate Tina Peters raised enough money, under the strict rules of campaign finance contributions, to fund a state-wide recount of her race. I sent out a notice to my readers (thank you to all who responded) and Tina appealed to the state and the nation, from which enough money was raised for her to pay the over $250,000 fee to the SOS to demand a recount.

Every county in Colorado is now preparing to conduct the recount next week. However, as of this writing, SOS Griswold is denying the manual hand-count that Peters is demanding, insisting that to follow the law it must be counted by the Dominion software and hardware. It is my understanding that Tina Peters is seeking a court order to force the hand-count.

Griswold is wrong. The law does not support her decision.

The law says in CRS 1-10.5-102 (3) (b) “If the results of the comparison of the machine count and the manual count in accordance with the requirements of subsection (3)(a) of this section are identical, or if any discrepancy is able to be accounted for by voter error, then the recount may be conducted in the same manner as the original ballot count. If the results of the comparison of the machine count and the manual count in accordance with the requirements of subsection (3)(a) of this section are not identical, or if any discrepancy is not able to be accounted for by voter error, a presumption is created that the voter-verified paper records will be used for a final determination unless evidence exists that the integrity of the voter-verified paper records has been irrevocably compromised. The secretary of state shall decide which method of recount is used in each case, based on the secretary’s determination of which method will ensure the most accurate count, subject to judicial review for abuse of discretion. Nothing in this subsection (3) limits any person from pursuing any applicable legal remedy otherwise provided by law.”

To emphasize my argument I colored the most relevant words and phrases in this statute.

 

First, it is clear that both options are a possibility for a recount, machine (electronic), and manual (hand) because the term “may” is used.

Second, it is true that the SOS may choose the machines (electronic) for a recount, but only if the machines have been ruled out as the source of the questionable return totals. If there is a question of the machine’s accuracy, the paper records are to be used under most circumstances. This is what “a presumption is created that the voter-verified paper records will be used for a final determination” means.

In all cases the SOS is to use the method that will “ensure the most accurate count.” When the very reason for the recount is because there is serious concern that the machines have been compromised, the only way to verify the accuracy of the machines is to test their results against a hand count of all ballots cast for the SOS race.

Finally, understanding that a secretary of state may use bad judgment in such a highly charged situation, this statute wisely states the obvious, that the judgement of the SOS is “subject to judicial review for abuse of discretion.” Therefore, as I understand it, an injunction is being sought to overturn Griswold’s decision to reject a hand count.

At this stage of this still developing story I have one more observation.

SOS Griswold’s total rejection of a hand count is strong evidence that the machines have been fraudulently manipulated and Griswold knows it.

If the opposite were true, that the machines are truly the “gold standard” of election integrity, Griswold should welcome a hand recount to prove to the world that the machines are accurate. And in this case Peters and her supporters are the ones who are paying the bill to have the recount test conducted. What better way could SOS Griswold devise to vindicate and validate her claim that the Colorado voting system is the “gold standard?”

9:00 PM, 7/30/22- additional information:

On Friday several counties started the recount process by testing the election machines. However, they did not follow the letter of the law for recount procedures, which are given in parts of 1-10.5-102 that I did not reproduce in this article. Instead they followed the procedures for a regular election and no manual count was included in the test, which the law requires for recounts. Additionally, the test pretty much blew up in their face as 30-60% of the ballots were rejected by the scanner system, requiring them to be individually sorted out, which is taking way too much time to process.

As I see it, the probability of a hand count is growing as their machine process is bogging down, is not following the statutory law for recounts  and ultimately may prove to be unworkable, given the fact that the recount must be completed this week.

2. Digging Deeper Into Election integrity

Here are some resources I ran across recently about election integrity issues here in Colorado and across the nation:

Discussion on Colorado voting issues by two well informed attorneys.

Nation-wide analysis of  recent problems and solutions in state election laws.

Short video on plan to take back precinct leadership across the nation.

3. Colorado Enterprises are Now 40% of the Budget

TABOR allows an exception to it’s strict limits on state revenue and state spending. It is called State Enterprises. Instead of taxes, they charge fees (really taxes).  Over the 30 years of TABOR State Enterprise revenues have ballooned to over 36 times the original amount collected (and spent), without any constraints from the Tax Payers’ Bill of Rights (TABOR).

Here is a link to the details.


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July 23, 2022

1. January 6

2. AZ Suit to End Electronic Voting Machines

3. Sidney Powell

4. UN Food Policy

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1. January 6

With the Congressional committee wrapping up their January 6 show trial, we have been subjected to a lot of fake news. Their narrative is Trump planned this riot as a way to overthrow the government. However, the only thing they got right was somebody did set this up to explode, only the bad actors were Pelosi, Schumer and company, including some leadership in the FBI. For a dose of realty, check out this story and the brief trailer for a documentary on January 6, just released on Friday.

2. AZ Suit to End Electronic Voting Machines

Last Thursday was a big day for voter integrity issues. A suit seeking the elimination of electronic voting systems in Arizona finally was heard before a federal judge. Additionally, in Wisconsin the election commission told clerks to ignore some state election laws. For a real time analysis of that court hearing, the story coming out of Wisconsin and some aspects of the election law in Georgia, watch this program on Frank Speech. Of particular interest is when they listen in on the actual audio of the court hearing, which starts about halfway through the program.

3. Sidney Powell

Sidney Powell is an attorney who has been on the front lines of defending President Trump in the public square. She has been vilified by the mainstream media, like everyone else who is trying to get to the truth of the 2020 election. In this in-depth interview Sidney Powell gives a clear picture of who she is and what she is trying to accomplish. For another dose of realty I recommend this hour long interview.

4. UN Food Policy

Here is a startling report on the food policies of the UN, which are an integral part of their plan called Agenda 2030. With all of the chatter on food shortages and the farmer revolts in Europe, this is an issue that must not be ignored.

As a sidebar to this story, please note that when we have had heat waves before 2000, news reports would simply report on the temperatures and the immediate consequences of those temperatures. Today most of the news reports are trying to make it proof positive of an impending crisis of global warming that will end life on this planet. Hmm… this kind of reminds me of the 18th century Thomas Malthus (look him up), or the following list of false predictions:


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July 16, 2022

1. Recount

2. Tina Peters

3. Court Packing

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1. Recount

This week the Hanks campaign and the Peters campaign both requested a recount of the primary election ballots. Here is a copy of the Peters letter to the Colorado Secretary of State (SOS). Here is the SOS reply. The request pointed out the suspected issue is the counting and reporting system itself and therefore the recount needs to be an actual hand recount to verify the accuracy of the equipment, or demonstrate equipment failures, or intentional manipulation.

If the electronic system is as accurate as the SOS insists it is, one should expect the SOS to welcome this opportunity to demonstrate that accuracy in a very public way. However, the SOS response was to  insist they use the same electronic systems, which will prove nothing. The SOS also required both campaigns pay over $230,000 to initiate the recount. As I understand it, both campaigns have rejected the SOS response and are asking for a recount that will, in fact, really count the actual ballots. Stay tuned…

2. Tina Peters

Tina Peters has been in the news for more than just the recount requests, but somehow I think there is a relationship.
This week she spoke at a conference in Nevada. To hear her speech, which I recommend, click here and start at the 2 hour, 27 minute mark.

Because the Mesa County DA thought she had broken her terms of her pretrial bond the DA initiated an arrest warrant for her. It was a miscommunication on the part of her legal team that created the problem and Friday afternoon the judge did quash (kill) the warrant, but not before many misleading headlines once again created a false narrative against the reputation of Tina.

For a much more accurate picture of this fighting patriot, please click on the above link and listen to the speech she gave in Nevada (it is brief, but powerful).

3. Court Packing

This has not been in the news recently, but there is a very real possibility it will be a major story after the November election. Whether or not the Democrats lose the House and/or Senate, they will still control everything until next January. There will be tremendous pressure on every Democrat senator to support packing Supreme Court with Biden-picked liberals.

This would effectively end the independence of the courts and be the biggest challenge to preserving the Republic since the Civil War.

A recent national poll shows a very big divide on this issue between Democrats and Republicans, both in Congress and across the nation. I will keep a careful eye on this subject and keep you posted.


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July 9, 2022

1. More Good News From Washington

2. Open Primary is a Problem in Several States

3. Colorado Department of Early Childhood

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1. More Good News From Washington

As a followup to the story I led with last week, here is a 40 minute discussion on the just released Kennedy and Carson decisions from the U. S. Supreme Court. This round table discussion is from the attorneys who argued these cases before the high court. As I said last week, taken together, they represent a huge jump forward in religious freedom and freedom of conscience. Please take the time to check this out. it will have major effect on government programs for decades to come.

2. Open Primary is a Problem in Several States

We have seen, firsthand, many of the problems created by an open primary system in Colorado. Here is a recent story about similar problems in nine other states across the nation. This article points out that this is not just a Colorado problem. More and more conservative leaders are figuring out that the open primary is designed to weed out conservative candidates and leave us with middle of the road politicians.

I reported last week that many troubling irregularities were found in our recently held primary election. Many highly qualified experts are sorting through the evidence and hope to unveil their findings within the week. I look forward to including that valuable information in a future publication of this report.

3. Colorado Department of Early Childhood

The opening website headline for the newly formed Colorado Department of Early Childhood says it all:

Universal Preschool is Coming!

Polis’ latest big project is here, aiming to take over parenting at the earliest ages. This brand new department, authorized by the current Colorado legislature, opened their doors this month and their plans line up perfectly with the woke-socialist agenda of the governor. Combine this with the state’s legislated policies that promote an alphabet soup of genders, a rejection of traditional family values and our nation’s remarkable history of One Nation Under God and we have the next generation (literally) of government as defined by the hard left.


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July 2, 2022

1. Good News From Washington

2. Open Primary Opens Pandora’s Box

3. Tucker Carlson on Criminalizing Political Speech

4. No Breakfast Club Zoom Call on Monday, July 4. We will be Back on July 11.
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1. Good News From Washington

This year’s Supreme Court decisions show a major shift in the Court. Overturning Roe v. Wade was just the beginning. Two cases, when taken together, represent a huge jump forward in religious freedom and freedom of conscience.

The case affirming the Washington state high school coach’s constitutional right to publicly pray at the end of a game and the case from Maine, prohibiting the state of Maine from excluding all religious private schools from participating in a state sponsored tuition program both dramatically change court standards for defending the free exercise clause of the First Amendment.

These decisions changed the legal standards for allowing teachers to express their faith. Governments at all levels can allow monuments containing elements of religious faith to be placed on public property and citizens can once again live their lives with their freedom of conscience reaffirmed in the courts of our nation. This may affect over 20,000 court decisions made on this subject over the past several decades.

Similar decisions on the Second Amendment, limits to EPA authority, etc. all point to a definite shift in the Court. I see a much greater respect for the constitutional limitations on government, support for individual rights and a respect of states’ jurisdictional authority. This is great news (thank Donald Trump for great nominations).

Now we must make sure Congress does not destroy the Court and these great steps forward for freedom with court packing…

2. Open Primary Opens Pandora’s Box
-report amended 5:18 PM, July 2-

Amendment to report: Today I learned of serious anomalies that are reported to have been found in the Colorado primary election results. I will report more on this breaking story as confirmed information becomes available.

This week’s primary election was a clear demonstration of how dysfunctional Colorado’s open primary system has become. Of the ten people I endorsed nine were top line candidates, meaning they won their district assembly and were therefore the top choice of active Republicans in their district. Eight of the ten lost their primary election.

I did not pick those I endorsed because they were top line candidates, I picked them because they stood most clearly for limited, constitutional government policies. Apparently the Republicans in their respective districts also considered them the best candidates. The most troubling outcome was for secretary of state. Here is a more detailed analysis of that upside-down election result.

Unfortunately, Colorado Republicans no longer pick who they want to represent the party on the November ballot. Statewide a little less than a million ballots are mailed to Republicans, but 1.6 million Republican ballots are also mailed to non-Republican, unaffiliated voters. The party has lost control over the party’s main function, to field candidates in the general elections.

Sending out primary ballots to 1.6 million non-Republicans gives a wide open field for dark money from bad actors to step in and corrupt the primary voting process. There are more than enough legitimate concerns with the overall integrity of our voting systems from the bad actors (more on that in future newsletters). We should not also have such sloppy election laws that intentionally scramble the election process.

This is why I have been an advocate for challenging Colorado’s open primary in court. I look forward to the day when the Colorado GOP gets onboard with our work to take this to court and challenge Colorado’s clearly unconstitutional, open primary system. If you agree, please consider two actions.

Tell the state GOP leaders that they have an obligation to follow the Republican State Central Committee’s resolution from the September of 2021 meeting to take this to federal court. Secondly, help fund the effort by contributing to the legal fund we set up because the party has not yet acted on this critical issue. Click here for more information.

3. Tucker Carlson on Criminalizing Political Speech

Tucker Carlson issued a stark warning concerning Biden’s DOJ’s recent actions to criminalize political speech. Watch it here.


4. No Breakfast Club Zoom Call on Monday, July 4. We will be Back on July 11.

It is independence Day! Spend the day exercising your constitutional freedoms. Celebrate your God-given, inalienable rights. As is our custom, the Breakfast club does not meet on major holidays. We will be Back on July 11.

For Life and Liberty!

Kevin Lundberg
fmr Colorado State Senator


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June 22, 2022 – amended on June 24

Roe v Wade Overturned!

By now most should know the keystone decision for this year’s Supreme Court session was released today (June 24). After 49 years one of the most troubling court decisions was overturned. I did a state by state study of the state laws three years ago and came to the conclusion that ending Roe might reduce abortions nation-wide by about 10%. It also moves the political debate to where it legally belongs, in the hands of the states.

This was a watershed moment, but it does not end the debate, it merely moves it to the next level, for a state by state struggle as we continue to work for the defense of the defenseless. This is a battle for the millions of children who are alive, growing, but not yet born. I pray we will have the fortitude to engage in this political fight until children are recognized with their God-given right to life, which is the only way they can enjoy liberty and the pursuit of happiness.

SPECIAL EDITION: PRE-PRIMARY, MUST WATCH REPORT

I “stopped the presses” for this week’s report and published this vital message ASAP that every voter in Colorado needs to watch.

It is long (one hour), but essential to know before voting in this year’s primary. If you have already sent your ballot in still watch this report and pass it on to others. I have been following the election fraud issue for decades, and very closely since the 2020 election. I have never seen this story told in clearer terms than this interview with Tina Peters.

There have been several reports, documentaries and interviews which I have passed on to you in my weekly reports. If you followed all of it, you know, as I do, that our election systems have been severely compromised. However, each report only covers a part of the problem, as it is a complex issue, with multiple vulnerabilities. No one report can give the entire picture.

This one hour interview of Tina Peters gives the big picture in a way that I have not seen before. I am convinced that every voter, from every party, needs this information before voting again.

Please view this interview and please pass this on before the final day of the primary election, which is less than one week away!

To View this Interview Click on the Image

The link to the interview is: https://americacanwetalk.org/interview-with-tina-peters-and-sherronna-bishop-6-09-22-full-episode/

This is all I expect to be covering until after the Primary election next week. Please pass this on!

P.S. For the complete list of my primary endorsements, scroll down this page to the June 18 report,  item numer three.

June 18, 2022

1. Excellent Analysis of the Current Energy Crisis

2. Reactions to Roe Decision

3. My Primary Endorsements

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1. Excellent Analysis of the Current Energy Crisis

 

Here is a video analysis ofthe current energy crisis. It is about 14 minutes long and well worth the time it will take to watch:  https://rumble.com/v18jxzh-dave-walsh-regulatory-issues-by-the-elite-have-pushed-energy-prices-highave.html.

2. Reactions to Roe Decision

As of this writing, the Roe decision has yet to be released, but expect a severe response from what will be the final decision from the Supreme Court. Here is a sobering report on what some in the left has in mind.


3. My Primary Endorsements

The primary election ends on June 28 and the campaigns are fully engaged! Help us get the word out to everyone.

Ron Hanks at campaign meeting in Parker on June 17

In Larimer County, for Sheriff I recommend Jeff Fisher. I have listened to both candidates several times, and whereas I see some encouraging aspects of both men, I have a greater confidence level in Jeff’s ability to lead and his basic principles of good government policies.

For House District 49 (rural parts of Larimer and Boulder counties, and all of Clear Creek and Gilpin counties) I like both candidates and wish them both well for the primary election.

In House District 51, the Loveland district, I am endorsing Austin Hein, the challenger to the current incumbent, who is currently the Republican leader in the House. I am not satisfied with how the incumbent has led the Republican caucus and I think we need a change.

South and West of Denver Congressional District 7 has become a possible pickup for the Republicans. It is a competitive race in the primary as well, with three candidates. My choice is Laurel Imer. Her two competitors are both strong candidates, but Laurel is the America First candidate who has worked hard and will, in my opinion, best fight for our rights in Congress.

In the new Congressional District 8 my choice for Congress is Lori Saine (BTW, I had trouble getting to her website, big tech is apparently trying to shut down Lori’s website). She was a reliable conservative vote in the Colorado House for many years. I believe Lori will best represent our conservative values in the tough environment of ‘Washington DC. For state school board in CD8 my choice is Peggy Propst. Peggy has already served on the state school board. Her experience assures me she knows how to be most effective on that important board.

Some months ago I endorsed two candidates for the Colorado House, which I had neglected to put in this list of endorsements. They are Bill Jack, in the Castle Rock area and Gabe Evans in Adams and Weld counties. Both men are solid in their principles and well prepared to be effective legislators .

For the Colorado secretary of state my choice is Tina Peters, without any question. Her most formidable opponent calls Colorado’s broken election system the “gold standard” and she played a key role in distributing over $300,000,000 of Zuckerberg’s money in the 2020 race, most of which was spent on get-out-the-vote efforts in Democrat areas of the key swing states.

Peters has proven to be a fighter and she is fighting for the right causes. The “indictments” levied against her is nothing more than political mud slinging, which I have covered in some detail over the past several weeks. The third candidate is, in my opinion, a spoiler, attempting to divide the vote three ways, possibly eroding the vote total for Tina Peters. I don’t see him as much of a fighter, or having much of a chance of actually winning in November, like Tina.

For governor I choose Greg Lopez. I think he holds the best prospect of winning in November and I am confident in his values and diligence. His primary opponent is a worthy candidate, but my choice is Greg Lopez.

Ron Hanks is my clear choice for US Senate. His performance as a hard working, conservative state legislator, 30+ years in the Air Force, including serving as an intelligence officer, staunch support for the unborn and thoughtful approach to every subject tells me he will be a leader for the right reasons in the US Senate. His primary opponent is not pro-life, has, over the past dozen years, contributed to three times more Democrats than Republicans and has no experience as a legislator at any level. He has more money, but Hanks has an incredible grassroots team and a better, proven track record.

I have a few observations on a controversy that has arisen in some of the statewide races in the Republican primary. A lot of dark money from the left is running ads and sending out a lot of mailers promoting one Republican candidate over another and many Republicans are understandably upset over this development. It is the inevitable result of our open primary system, where unaffiliated voters are sent Republican and Democrat ballots. With such a wide field of potential voters it is too tempting to the bad actors to not play in the other party’s primary election.

I regret that too many Republican leaders were quick to declare that some Republican candidates were “unelectable.” These. public declarations were not so subtle invitations to the bad actors to try to play the field in Republican primaries. It would have been much better if the Republican Party had actively pursued the legal challenge to the open primary in 2022. At a bare minimum they now need to immediately stop showing such distain for dully elected Republican candidates and get on board with the federal challenge to the open primary system for 2024 and beyond.

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June 11, 2022

1. Political Theater While the Country Burns

2. My Primary Endorsements

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1. Political Theater While the Country Burns

 

What a week of contrasts. Inflation continues to rage, our Southern border gets worse every week, food, gas and other essentials are getting out of reach for far too many households. Public schools have become indoctrination centers for the left, big tech and big corporations have become woke censor machines and the intellectual elite are successfully convincing far too many that the often heralded, but never realized global warming myth is the greatest existential threat to mankind. In short, the world seems to be spinning out of control.

And Congress is fixated on destroying Donald Trump with their political theater. They don’t have time to address the very real problems we are facing every day,  but they can still stop everything to drag out a dog and pony show in prime time for the nation. I hope the nation can see through their distraction show and have enough sense to throw the bums out in November. Concerning the “case” they are building against President Trump, I have seen enough evidence of voter fraud in 2020 and have had enough personal conversations with Trump’s personal lawyers, who were on the ground with the President in January of 2021 to know better than what the left is throwing at us.

The bottom line? The left is lying. Don’t believe their lies and don’t waste any more time on their antics.

Here in Colorado, with the primary voting going on for most of this month, The political theater is also ramping up. Don’t buy it. Do your own research and vote accordingly.

BTW, Add these interesting and significant links to your research effort, before casting your votes for the primary candidates:

Hand count changes results in Georgia election

Former congressman pleads guilty to election fraud

New documentary on Tina Peters

Warning from J6 political prisoner

2. My Primary Endorsements

I first published my recommendations last week and I repeat it here as the actual election day is not until June 28.

In Larimer County, for Sheriff I recommend Jeff Fisher. I have listened to both candidates several times, and whereas I see some encouraging aspects of both men, I have a greater confidence level in Jeff’s ability to lead and his basic principles of good government policies.

For House District 49 (rural parts of Larimer and Boulder counties, and all of Clear Creek and Gilpin counties) I like both candidates and wish them both well for the primary election.

In House District 51, the Loveland district, I am endorsing Austin Hein, the challenger to the current incumbent, who is currently the Republican leader in the House. I am not satisfied with how the incumbent has led the Republican caucus and I think we need a change.

South and West of Denver Congressional District 7 has become a possible pickup for the Republicans. It is a competitive race in the primary as well, with three candidates. My choice is Laurel Imer. Her two competitors are both strong candidates, but Laurel is the America First candidate who has worked hard and will, in my opinion, best fight for our rights in Congress.

In the new Congressional District 8 my choice for Congress is Lori Saine (BTW, I had trouble getting to her website, big tech is apparently trying to shut down Lori’s website). She was a reliable conservative vote in the Colorado House for many years. I believe Lori will best represent our conservative values in the tough environment of ‘Washington DC. For state school board in CD8 my choice is Peggy Propst. Peggy has already served on the state school board. Her experience assures me she knows how to be most effective on that important board.

For the Colorado secretary of state my choice is Tina Peters, without any question. Her most formidable opponent calls Colorado’s broken election system the “gold standard” and she played a key role in distributing over $300,000,000 of Zuckerberg’s money in the 2020 race, most of which was spent on get-out-the-vote efforts in Democrat areas of the key swing states.

Peters has proven to be a fighter and she is fighting for the right causes. The “indictments” levied against her is nothing more than political mud slinging, which I have covered in some detail over the past several weeks. The third candidate is, in my opinion, a spoiler, attempting to divide the vote three ways, possibly eroding the vote total for Tina Peters. I don’t see him as much of a fighter, or having much of a chance of actually winning in November, like Tina.

For governor I choose Greg Lopez. I think he holds the best prospect of winning in November and I am confident in his values and diligence. His primary opponent is a worthy candidate, but my choice is Greg Lopez.

Ron Hanks is my clear choice for US Senate. His performance as a hard working, conservative state legislator, 30+ years in the Air Force, including serving as an intelligence officer, staunch support for the unborn and thoughtful approach to every subject tells me he will be a leader for the right reasons in the US Senate. His opponent is not pro-life, has, over the past dozen years, contributed to three times more Democrats than Republicans and has no experience as a legislator at any level. He has more money, but Hanks has an incredible grassroots team and a better, proven track record.

I have been asked to introduce Ron at a fundraiser for Ron and Tina next week, and pass along the invitation to you:

AMERICA 1st Candidates Making Colorado Proud again

RON HANKS -US Senate

TINA PETERS -Colorado Secretary of State

Meet / Greet / Fundraiser

When:  Friday June 17  Time: 5:30 pm

Where: Evie Zur’s Place  5915 Ponderosa Way,

The Pinery of Parker

A GARDEN PARTY PICNIC STYLE POTLUCK

Bring ONE of the following to share.

APPETIZER / CHICKEN (Fried, Baked, or Wings) SIDE / SALAD / DESSERT / BEER or WINE

Close in parking /Lawn chair ensures seat /Bring Sweater
OUTDOOR MOVIE 2000 MULES at 8:30 + TRAILERof Tina Documentary, Selection Code

NO SOCIAL MEDIA PLEASE!                         WORD OF MOUTH                          Getting invites out quietly on your conservative networks

BTW, many of my choices fly in the face of the established Republican political class in Colorado. Their claim (the established Republican political class in Colorado) is these candidates do not stand a chance of winning in November, hence we should not vote for them in the primary. However, most of the problem these candidates have in being electable is the established Republican political class in Colorado has declared them unelectable!

If the established Republican political class in Colorado would stop declaring certain candidates unelectable and stop betting on candidates who do not represent the party’s values (think O’Dea and Anderson…), the Colorado GOP might start winning statewide races again.

And I am not alone in this assessment. Of the eight candidates I have endorsed, seven of them were the top choice in their Republican assemblies. I think the established Republican political class in Colorado ought to seriously reassess their collective political wisdom. They are clearly not in line with the party platform, the delegates in Republican assemblies, or winning combinations in November…

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June 4, 2022 with additions added on June 5

1. My Primary Endorsements

2. Western Conservative Summit

3. Join the Breakfast Club Zoom call every Monday Morning
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1. My Primary Endorsements

 

The primary ballots are scheduled to be mailed out next week. Here are my endorsements for many of the competitive state-wide and local Republican races in the Northern Colorado area:

In Larimer County, for Sheriff I recommend Jeff Fisher. I have listened to both candidates several times, and whereas I see some encouraging aspects of both men, I have a greater confidence level in Jeff’s ability to lead and his basic principles of good government policies.

For House District 49 (rural parts of Larimer, Boulder, all of Clear Creek and ‘Gilpin counties I like both candidates and wish them both well for the primary election.

In House District 51, the Loveland district, I am endorsing Austin Hein, the challenger to the current incumbent, who is currently the Republican leader in the House. I am not satisfied with how the incumbent has lead the Republican caucus and I think we need a change.

South and West of Denver Congressional District 7 has become a possible pickup for the Republicans. It is a competitive race in the primary as well, with three candidates. My choice is Laurel Imer. Her two competitors are both strong candidates, but Laurel is the America First candidate who has worked hard and will, in my opinion, best fight for our rights in Congress.

In the new Congressional District 8 my choice for Congress is Lori Saine. She was a reliable conservative vote in the Colorado House for many years. I believe Lori will best represent our conservative values in the tough environment of ‘Washington DC. For state school board in CD8 my choice is Peggy Propst. Peggy has already served on the state school board. Her experience assures me she knows how to be most effective on that board.

For the Colorado secretary of state my choice is Tina Peters, without any question. Her most formidable opponent helped distribute over $300,000,000 of Zuckerberg’s money in the 2020 race, most of which was spent on Democrat areas of the key swing states.

Peters has proven to be a fighter and she is fighting for the right causes. The “indictments” levied against her is nothing more than political mud slinging, which I have covered in some detail over the past several weeks. The third candidate is, in my opinion, a spoiler, attempting to divide the vote three ways, possibly eroding the vote total for Tina Peters. I don’t see him as much of a fighter, like Tina.

For governor I choose Greg Lopez. I think he holds the best prospect of winning in November and I am confident in his values and diligence. His primary opponent is a worthy candidate, but my choice is Greg Lopez.

Ron Hanks is my clear choice for US Senate. His performance as a hard working, conservative state legislator, 30+ years in the Air Force, including serving as an intelligence officer, staunch support for the unborn and thoughtful approach to every subject tell me he will be a leader for the right reasons in the US Senate. His opponent is not pro-life, has, over the past dozen years, contributed to three times more Democrats than Republicans and has no experience as a legislator at any level. He has more money, but Hanks has an incredible grassroots team and a better, proven track record.


2. Western Conservative Summit

Greg Lopez, candidate for governor giving speech on the main stage.

On June 3 and 4 the Western Conservative Summit was held. This annual event is always a highlight for conservatives in the West. As has always been the case, it was two days packed with information, encouragement and inspiration. I strongly recommend this significant, annual event.

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 Go to the archive pages for earlier editions.

I lead this week’s report with a recent picture of the front window of the Larimer County Republican office. It is said that a picture tells a thousand words…

Does this vandalism of the GOP headquarters in Fort Collins have anything to with Biden’s inflammatory speech in front of Independence Hall?

Thanks Joe.

2. Polis Imports California’s Radical Ideas

Here is a troubling story of California’s radical attacks on our nation’s energy resources. California will be banning gas heaters, as described in this story. However, understand that Colorado’s Governor Polis has locked Colorado’s air control policies to California policies, so any time you see some extreme “green” agenda coming out of “California,” just insert the word “Colorado” because that is the policy system Polis has baked into our state’s laws.

And here is another discussion from a nationally published magazine on how California AND Colorado policies are implementing the “green” agenda.For more information on this subject seeSB21-200, HB19-1261 and HB19-1188.

 


3. Why Everyone Needs an AR-15


For the best argument I have seen against government gun control watch this interesting and informative videothat was published just a few days ago.

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Kevin Lundberg
fmr Colorado State Senator


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Donations can be sent to:

The Republican Study Committee of Colorado,P.O. Box 378, Berthoud, CO 80513.

The Republican Study Committee of Colorado(RSCC) is composed of conservative leaders within the Republican caucus of the Colorado legislature.

 

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September 24, 2022

1. Attack on GOP Office 

2. Polis Imports California’s Radical Ideas

3. Why Everyone Needs an AR-15

4. Join the Breakfast Club Zoom Call Every Monday Morning

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1. Attack on GOP Office

I lead this week’s report with a recent picture of the front window of the Larimer County Republican office. It is said that a picture tells a thousand words…

Does this vandalism of the GOP headquarters in Fort Collins have anything to with Biden’s inflammatory speech in front of Independence Hall?

Thanks Joe.

2. Polis Imports California’s Radical Ideas

Here is a troubling story of California’s radical attacks on our nation’s energy resources. California will be banning gas heaters, as described in this story. However, understand that Colorado’s Governor Polis has locked Colorado’s air control policies to California policies, so any time you see some extreme “green” agenda coming out of “California,” just insert the word “Colorado” because that is the policy system Polis has baked into our state’s laws.

And here is another discussion from a nationally published magazine on how California AND Colorado policies are implementing the “green” agenda.For more information on this subject seeSB21-200, HB19-1261 and HB19-1188.

 


3. Why Everyone Needs an AR-15


For the best argument I have seen against government gun control watch this interesting and informative videothat was published just a few days ago.

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Donations can be sent to:

The Republican Study Committee of Colorado,P.O. Box 378, Berthoud, CO 80513.

The Republican Study Committee of Colorado(RSCC) is composed of conservative leaders within the Republican caucus of the Colorado legislature.

 

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September 17, 2022

1. Constitution Day 

2. DOJ Harassing Biden Opponents

3. Commentary on Higher Education

4. Intercessory, Strategic Prayer inside Colorado State Capitol

5. Join the Breakfast Club Zoom Call Every Monday Morning

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1. Constitution Day

“We the People of the United States, in Order to form a more perfect Union, establish Justice, insure domestic Tranquility, provide for the common defence, promote the general Welfare, and secure the Blessings of Liberty to ourselves and our Posterity, do ordain and establish this Constitution for the United States of America.”

235 years ago today, September 17, the U.S. Constitution was signed. With the exception of God’s Holy Word, this was to become the most significant document in the history of the world. It was the first time a nation was founded on the unique idea of limited government and self-governance, specifically designed within one concise document. Many nations have followed with their own written constitutions, but the average life span of those plans has been less than 20 years. The U.S. Constitution has endured many challenges over many generations. It is a testament to the wisdom, foresight and solid principles of the patriots who created the Constitution.

It is not perfect. We have amended it 27 times, but that too was part of the plan. Take a few moments today to ponder the blessings we enjoy because of this solid foundation for our land. And keep it within the context of that other great document, the Declaration of Independence.

“We hold these Truths to be self-evident, that all Men are created equal, that they are endowed by their Creator with certain unalienable Rights, that among these are Life, Liberty, and the Pursuit of Happiness—-That to secure these Rights, Governments are instituted among Men, deriving their just Powers from the Consent of the Governed…”

2. DOJ Harassing Biden Opponents

In four minutes Tucker Carlson drills down to the core reasons for the Department of Justice’s unjust and illegal violations of our Constitutional Fourth Amendment rights. To watch click HERE.

3. Commentary on Higher Education

Higher education is in deep trouble. Enrollment is down and tuition costs are up.Too many schools have become little more than woke, politically correct indoctrination centers. There are notable exceptions which Colorado Christian University’s chancellor, Dr. Donald Sweeting wrote about in this recently published in the Washington Times commentary. To read it click here.

4. Intercessory, Strategic Prayer inside Colorado State Capitol

Unfortunately I will be out of state, but Tom Schreiner sent me this announcement for a special time of prayer he is organizing at the state capitol next week.

What: Intercessory, Strategic Prayer inside Colorado State Capitol
When: Friday, September 23 beginning at 1 pm sharp
Where: Inside State Capitol at guided tour staging area, near Ute Flags
Why: Election Integrity for Colorado & Nation, Office of Governor (CO)
How: We will have a guided private tour, including dome area
Who: members of the Body of Christ from a variety of churches

Anyone who is a bible believing prayer warrior is invited to join us.
This will be conducted as a strategic, under the radar, spiritual Delta Force activity

For further information contact:

Tom Schreiner
schreinert52@gmail.com
303-913-0689 cell

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The Republican Study Committee of Colorado,P.O. Box 378, Berthoud, CO 80513.

The Republican Study Committee of Colorado(RSCC) is composed of conservative leaders within the Republican caucus of the Colorado legislature.

 

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September 14, 2022

SPECIAL REPORT. – FBI seizes Lindell’s phone for Colorado Federal Grand Jury

HERE is the link to a video report, published this morning, abouta somewhat dramatic FBI contact with Mike Lindell in Minnesota, which happened late in the day yesterday. Over the last several days the FBI and DOJ have ramped up their harassment of citizens who are exercising their First Amendment right to publicly question the accuracy of our electronic voting systems.

This particular case should be of interest to Colorado citizens, as it is concerning a federal grand jury inquiry here in Colorado concerning Mesa County clerk and recorder Tina Peters. It is obvious that the DOJ is not satisfied with the flimsy charges the Mesa County DA cooked up against her with his own grand jury and are on their own fishing expedition against this courageous patriot. Clerk Peters has already exposed the illegal destruction of election records and vote manipulation that the Colorado Secretary of State and Dominion voting systems orchestrated in 2020 and 2021.

This video is one hour long. Please watch it and pass it on. Every Colorado citizen needs to know this story of the corruption and abuse our government, at every level, is exerting on the fearless patriots who are sounding the alarms right before this critical election.

For Life and Liberty!

Kevin Lundberg
fmr Colorado State Senator


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September 10, 2022

1. Colorado Recount Broke the Law

2. Potent Message to Biden

3. Trump’s Virtues

4. Constitution Day

5. Join the Breakfast Club Zoom Call Every Monday Morning

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1. Colorado Primary Recount Broke the Law

The Colorado Recount was not conducted according the recount statute (CRS 1-10.5-102) and courts don’t seem to care; so far.

This past week Tina Peters’ lawsuit against the Colorado Secretary of State and the county clerks was dismissed by the court, without giving Tina’s attorney the opportunity to present the merits of the case. HERE is a link to the legal complaint that Tina Peters filed.

Tina Peters filed this suit because the recount of her primary election was conducted in specific violation of the Colorado recount law. The law clearly states that the fist step is for the canvas boards in each county to compare a random sample of the machine counted results of that election with a hand count of the paper ballots counted by those same machines. If any discrepancies are found in the two totals the ballots must be counted by hand. That first required step was completely ignored. Instead the Secretary if state ordered a machine count and the clerks followed her orders and went along with this blatant violation of the law!

A glaring question is obvious. Why is Secretary Griswold refusing to compare the ballots with the machine totals? Is there something she is hiding? She insists Colorado’s elections are the gold standard. Why not follow the law and put it to the test?

Tina assures me she will not give up the fight and will appeal for a fair hearing to a higher court. Please pray that justice and transparency will prevail, before we go through another election (as in this coming November).

2. Potent Message to Biden

Much has been said about the destructive policies of the current administration, but none I have seen or heard have have been more clear or effective than this five minute message from a naturalized citizen. To watch click HERE.

3. Trump’s Virtues

And… a potent contrast is this speech on Donald Trump. I hope you can spend a few minutes with this discourse. It is an excellent analysis of Trump and his role as President. To view click HERE.

4. Constitution Day 

235 years ago, on September 17, the Constitution was signed by the delegates who conceived this new concept of self-governance. I trust all will pause to consider what a blessing this document has been to all Americans, and the entire world.

In Windsor there will be a special program honoring the Constitution which I plan on attending. There is a charge for this event and registration is required. For more information click HERE. Whether or not you can make this meeting, please give some attention and honor to Constitution Day in 2022.

5. Join the Breakfast Club Zoom Call Every Monday Morning

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September 3, 2022

1. Biden’s “Historic” Speech

2. Tina Peters

3. Babylon Bee

4. Alaska’s Terrible Voting System

5. No zoom call on Monday

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1. Biden’s “Historic” Speech

Thursday night Joe Biden gave what was billed as an historic speech to the American people. I listened to as much of it as I could stand. If you want the text to the speech, click HERE.

The speech was historic, but not in the way Joe Biden intended. In my opinion, it was the worst, most dangerous speech ever delivered by a US president in my life time. With the backdrop of Independence Hall, lit with harsh blood-red lights and Marine guards, Joe Biden proved to the nation that he doesn’t understand our system of government and he has very little respect for the people. Claiming his speech to be about unity, he essentially declared war against a great number of us.

These few lines sum up much of what he was aiming at.

“MAGA Republicans do not respect the Constitution. They do not believe in the rule of law. They do not recognize the will of the people. They refuse to accept the results of a free election. And they’re working right now, as I speak in state after state, to give the power to decide elections in America to partisans and cronies, empowering election-deniers to undermine democracy itself.”

BTW, I agree that election deniers are undermining the democratic process, but he is chief among them, denying all of the evidence that the 2020 election was loaded with fraud and, like Jena Griswold, refuses any valid process to test the accuracy of the present voting systems.

Understand this, Biden is not simply going after Trump; he is going after all of us. His administration has flaunted the law and exceeded his constitutional responsibilities in flagrant ways. This speech was an ominous warning that we should heed and work to defeat.

Words fail me in expressing my contempt for his attitude and harsh delivery. It was filled with empty platitudes and claims that were the complete opposite of the truth. Again and again he said that those of us who adhere to the ideals of making American great are a threat to our “democracy.”

First, he doesn’t understand that our nation was not established as a democracy, it is a constitutional republic. This is significant, as a major theme in the speech was preserve the “democracy” and I have observed that those who call for democracy are rarely interested in the Bill of Rights and the constitutional limits of civil government. They are interested in power and control, something Biden has used again and again in these first twenty months of his administration.

Biden’s speech sounded more like a dictator than a US President. Or, to put a better face on this, maybe he is just desperate to find something that works. Inflation is still raging, a recession deepening, the southern border is totally out of control, crime in our major cities is skyrocketing, schools are failing, parents are outraged with the woke culture being pushed on their kids, the military is being compromised by that same woke system… I could go on, but you get the point.

Here is another example from Biden’s speech; “MAGA forces are determined to take this country backwards — backwards to an America where there is no right to choose, no right to privacy, no right to contraception, no right to marry who you love.” This is red meat rhetoric for the hard left, and a direct slap in the face if you are pro-life or pro-marriage, but hardly an accurate counter to making America great again.

I close my observations with a link to a short exchange between Steve Bannon and Arizona candidate for governor, Kari Lake. In less than two minutes they sum it up pretty well. To view it click HERE.

2. Tina Peters

The Mesa County DA is accelerating his criminal proceedings against Tina Peters, while she pursues her lawsuits against the secretary of state and county clerks. I expect several developments in the next few days as Tina continues to defend herself and the integrity of our election systems. In some ways I think Biden’s speech is a reaction to the issues Tina fearlessly bringing before the nation.

3. Babylon Bee

I don’t know if you are aware of the political satire produced by The Babylon Bee. They are very good at poking fun at folks that deserve it. HERE is a link I recommend.

4. Alaska’s Terrible Voting System

The results are in for the special election to replace Alaska’s US representative. Even though Alaska is a strong Republican state, because they have a “jungle” primary where everyone competes on one ballot and the final vote is determined through a complex system called ranked voting, the Democrat candidate won.

Just like Colorado’s open primary, which is a bad idea, jungle primaries are equally frustrating, often yielding a result that does not accurately reflect the will of the people. On top of that ranked voting puts down another layer of confusion, further complicating the election results. Also, be aware that ranked voting makes counting of ballots nearly impossible.

Voters in Fort Collins; be aware that a question allowing ranked voting will be on your November ballot.

5. No zoom call on Monday

As is our normal custom, we take a break from our normal Zoom calls on holidays that fall on Mondays and that includes Labor day on September 5. We will be back the next week, on September 12.


For Life and Liberty!

Kevin Lundberg
fmr Colorado State Senator


As the executive director for the Republican Study Committee of Colorado, I am working to keep this organization a powerful voice for conservative values in the Colorado legislature. We are a non-profit 501(c)4 organization, relying on contributions (which are not tax-deductible).

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August 27, 2022

1. Summit and Election Update

2. Griswold Doesn’t Get It

3. Priola

4. Finger Troubles

5. Join the Breakfast Club Zoom Call Every Monday Morning

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What a week!

1. Summit and Election Update

This week started with The Moment of Truth Summit, which I attended in Springfield, Missouri on Saturday and Sunday. I did file a report early Sunday on the Summit, but it continued all that day with much more information about the state of elections in our country.

The big take aways from The Moment of Truth Summit were the premier showing of the documentary (S)Election Code, reports on election highlights from all 50-states, and the fact that over a thousand citizens came from every state who understand that election fraud is rampant in our system. We must do better if the Republic is to survive.

One call to action at the Moment of Truth Summit was asking citizens in every state to collect the cast vote records before the time expires for preserving those records. According to federal law that date is early in September of this year, 22 months after the 2020 election. However, Colorado law requires all records to be maintained for at least 25 months. This does not mean we should hold off, but we should also be aware that no Colorado clerk can legally destroy 2020 election records in Colorado until at least December. All of this information is free and available to all on FrankSpeech.com.

In a related subject, here is an article on an election system that has worked well for many years in France. Everyone votes in-person, with paper ballots, on Election Day, with ID required. All ballots are hand counted that same night. This method leaves very little room for wide spread fraud and therefore confidence in the accuracy of their elections is very high.

2. Griswold Doesn’t Get It

Here in Colorado, the Secretary of State either doesn’t want to understand how to protect our elections or is incapable of understanding how this can be done.

Here is an email that Secretary Griswold sent to her supporters on Friday:

“Even though she lost, Tina Peters, the Big Lie conspiracy theorist who is facing felony charges, refused to concede and demanded a recount in the Republican primary for Secretary of State.

“This is a crucial moment in American history, as election deniers continue to spread misinformation and gain traction around the country, it becomes even more important that everyone stays involved and engaged.

“I needed to reach out to you quickly because we are coming up on our end-of-month deadline. With Big Lie rhetoric still circulating throughout the country, we need to show the strength behind our campaign.

“Please join me in the fight to expand access to the polls and protect the will of the people by rushing in $25 right now.

“Thanks for everything you do,

Jena Griswold”

Clearly Jena Griswold is just trying to raise cash for her campaign, but the substance of this letter ignores the facts and flips the truth on its head. In fact, Tina Peters is only guilty of doing her job; preserving all of the election records. Tina has also sued the Colorado Secretary of State and the County Clerks because they conducted her primary election recount in specific violation of the Colorado recount law. 

I have covered many of the details of this dispute in previous reports, however for the complete picture HERE is a link to the legal complaint that Tina Peters filed. For an expanded view on my views on election integrity issues HERE is a speech that I gave at Truth and Liberty last year.

3. Priola

This past week State Senator Kevin Priola announced he is switching parties from Republican to Democrat. This was an extraordinary move that potentially changes the balance of political power in the Colorado State Senate for 2023 and 2024.

I have seen Colorado state legislators flip parties before, but never in the middle of their term. They understood that the people in their district voted for them with a specific party affiliation. In my opinion, this is a severe betrayal of the voters in his senate district.

Even though Priola’s voting patterns probably won’t change much (he voted consistently with the Democrats), I believe his actions warrant a close look at the recall provisions in Colorado law for the citizens in his district.

4. Finger Troubles

On a personal note, many already know that on Tuesday I had a severe accident with my table saw and nearly cut off three fingers on my left hand. The doctor spent over two hours reattaching the fingers with what was left, however the final prognosis is still uncertain. I have been overwhelmed with care and compassion from so many and I continue to say with absolute certainty that God is good all the time.

I am not sure how this will effect my abilities in the future but I do look forward to whatever adventure God has in store for me and my wonderful family. Thank you for your prayers and support.

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August 21

Special Report on the first day of The Moment of Truth Summit.

As I reported earlier, I am currently attending the The Moment of Truth Summit, which is an in-depth look at the current state of our election systems from across the country. The summit is being live-streamed on Frankspeech.com. Much of the Summit is also available for replaying on Frankspeech.com. I strongly recommend viewing what you can of the Summit today (it will be conducted from 9 AM to 9 PM, Central time).

Some of the highlights from Saturday were state by state reports of election integrity issues. This took a long time to get through all 50 states, but most individual state reports are now available to be viewed one at a time. There is a wealth of specific information to be had from those reports.

I don’t see any rebroadcast available on Frankspeech.com at this time, but the premier showing of the documentary Selection Code was the program last night. This is, essentially, the story of Tina Peters, the clerk and recorder for Mesa County, Colorado. Selection Code is also a detailed description of the deep problems of electronic election systems. This was a powerful presentation of the significant problems we have with our current elections systems AND the clear solution: hand count the ballots. Get rid of the machines that are ripe for fraud and abuse and return to a secure voting system of which we can all have confidence in it’s accuracy and integrity. All aspects of our voting systems must be fortified (voter registration, distribution, collection and storage of ballots, and counting and tabulation of the results) but the most vulnerable and opaque part is the secretive and complex electronic voting machinery. 

I have seen several documentaries designed to unravel the mysteries surrounding election systems. They all reveal certain parts to this intricate puzzle, but Selection Code is the most powerful one produced which I have seen.

If you can, please watch This final day of The Moment of Truth Summitit will be time well spent.

August 20, 2022

1. Election Integrity

2. 87,000 More IRS Agents?

3. Who Feeds Whom?

4. 1,200 Scientists and Scholars Declare “There Is No Climate Emergency”

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1. Election Integrity

As I publish this week’s edition of the Lundberg Report I am in Springfield, Missouri, attending The Moment of Truth Summit. This event, sponsored by Mike Lindell, is a gathering of patriotic citizens from across the country who want to reestablish confidence in our voting systems. This can only accomplished by fixing the problems which have plagued our recent elections. I will take careful notes and report on all I see and hear at this summit.

This week lawsuits have been filed in two Colorado counties challenging the use of Colorado’s electronic voting systems in the November general election. The lawsuits were filed in the state district courts in Mesa and El Paso counties. The basis of the lawsuits is that the electronic voting systems violate Colorado and federal law by systematically deleting files and other data that are required to be maintained under the respective statutes.  Accordingly, it is illegal to use these systems in the upcoming November election. The lawsuits were filed under a special Colorado statute that allows for expedited treatment of complaints about the conduct of upcoming elections. They are supported by an extensive declaration by a well qualified cyber security expert. My thanks to Maurice Emmer for providing this timely report

Finally, here are success stories concerning election integrity. The Family Research Council recently filed this report on the progress several states have made to ensure that their elections do have transparency and accuracy. Click here for their story.

2. 87,000 More IRS Agents?

This week, as the nation once again is learning the meaning of stagflation, the occupant in the White House signed a bill that will tax the people hundreds of billions of dollars and spend the money on inflationary projects, including hiring an estimated 87,000 additional IRS agents. Nothing could go wrong here…

For a little background, here is a short video on one way the IRS recruits their investigative agents. This video was not produced as a political statement, it is a factual report on IRS policies and procedures. I know you will find it informative, from which you can draw your own conclusions.

3. Who Feeds Whom?

For all of us in rural Colorado the governor’s live in companion had some advice, which the FencePost (a rural Colorado newspaper) has published for our edification. Colorado voters ought to know what sort of values and attitudes are held in the Polis household. The story can be found here.


4. 1,200 Scientists and Scholars Declare “There Is No Climate Emergency”

As we are daily barraged by policies that assume global warming is threatening the very existence of life on our planet, it is important to keep this within the perspective of actual experts, who have joined in this declaration, which includes: “Scientists should openly address uncertainties and exaggerations in their predictions of global warming, while politicians should dispassionately count the real costs as well as the imagined benefits of their policy measures…” Click here for more information.

5. Join the Breakfast Club Zoom call every Monday Morning

For more discussion on the issues above and any other topic that may come up, join our Zoom call every Monday morning at 7:30 AM. On this call, if the internet connection is working at my hotel, I hope to give a fresh, first-hand report on The Moment of Truth Summit.

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August 13, 2022

1. Election Misinformation

2. The Fourth Amendment and FBI Raids

3. Message from Ashe in America

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1. Election Misinformation

You have got to watch this 30 second ad to believe it! Former Secretary of State (SOS) Wayne Williams (who was defeated by Griswold in the 2018 election) has teamed up with her to warn us all about “election misinformation.” Talk about the pot calling the kettle black!  In the ad they insist that Colorado’s elections are “safe and secure.”

Well, how about proving it? Griswold had the perfect opportunity last week. She could have simply followed Colorado’s recount law (CRS 1-110.5-102). As I detailed in the last two Lundberg Reports (given below on this page), Griswold conducted an illegal recount by refusing to allow the canvas boards to follow the required test comparison of machine counts and hand counts of the actual paper ballots cast for the GOP SOS primary. Instead she, and now Williams, just bloviate about their “gold standard” without any any proof!

I do agree with one thing Griswold and Williams said. “Always use trusted sources.” My source is the actual Colorado law. Can we get any closer to the facts than that?  The next test of the election system here in Colorado will be the lawsuit that Tina Peters and other candidates have filed against Griswold and the county clerks. Thanks to supporters of these candidates all of the counties have been served the law suit notices and we expect the judge to start the legal process next week. With the general election just around the corner this suit must processed quickly.

For more information on this important issue I recommend this report  from America’s Mom.

2. The Fourth Amendment and FBI Raids

Here in Colorado we have seen this before, Just ask Tina Peters or Sheronna Bishop, but now it is President Trump’s home. The FBI is developing a reputation for police-state tactics of intimidation. And now they have ramped it up to an example that no one will ever forget. Much has been said by many over the past few days and I will not dwell long on this outrageous behavior of an organization that used to be held in high esteem.

However, I bring up this one point: Have we forgotten the Bill of Rights? In all of the hours of news stories and commentaries I have listened to, only once, and then in quick passing, was the Fourth Amendment specifically addressed.

“The right of the people to be secure in their persons, houses, papers, and effects, against unreasonable searches and seizures, shall not be violated, and no Warrants shall issue, but upon probable cause, supported by Oath or affirmation, and particularly describing the place to be searched, and the persons or things to be seized.”

Yes, the FBI was using a search warrant, but this is a clear example of the severe misuse of the Fourth Amendment, particularly when law enforcement wants to go an a “fishing expedition.” It is crystal clear to anyone who carefully considers all of the facts that the executive branch of the Federal Government is abusing our constitutional rights, turning their legitimate police powers into political tools for corrupt purposes.

We must demand better, and the best place to start is at the ballot box this November.

3. Message from Ashe in America

Ashe in America has been providing valuable information on Colorado’s election issues and more. I have found her writing style creative and her information accurate. I consider her a trusted source of much that has been happening here in Colorado and beyond. This week she sent out a dignified request for support and I ask that you give her request  serious consideration.

There are many patriots who have devoted a great deal of their time and energy to election integrity, integrity that is more than hollow promises, integrity that is safe, secure and verified. Ashe is one of those patriots, help her as you are able. Thank you.

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August 6, 2022

1. Statewide Recount Did Not Follow the Colorado Law

2. Moore v. Harper Will Test Independent State Legislature Doctrine

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1. Statewide Recount Did Not Follow the Colorado Law

This story is really a followup to the lead story of last week, concerning the recount of the Secretary of State (SOS) primary election, which can be found below this August 6 edition on this webpage.

As I wrote last week, SOS Griswold insisted on conducting a machine recount, even though the concerns many of us have are with the integrity of the machine counting and tabulating software. This could have all been settled appropriately with a manual, hand count of the actual paper ballots. If the results turned out the same as the original reported results of the primary, Griswold would have been vindicated and we could all have that much more confidence in our election system. If the results of a hand count were very different than the reported totals, all of Colorado would see that we must immediately abandon the machines and conduct future elections with a hand count system.

That is what could have been. What happened this week did not settle anything. At the SOS ‘s orders a machine count was conducted and the results were virtually identical to the first time the machines processed the ballots. No surprise there.

Some claim this settles the matter, but in fact it only proved that the machines continue to act in the same fashion as they did in the original count. What it did not answer was: are the machines accurately tabulating the votes indicated on the original paper ballots? That can only be answered by comparing the original machine count to a hand count of the same ballots.

Additionally, upon careful observation by recount watchers, it was found that the recount was not conducted according to Colorado law in two significant ways. First, the election machines are not properly certified, as required by federal law and the machines have several major vulnerabilities that have not been adequately addressed. Conducting a hand count would circumvent this immediate concern. Secondly, a test comparison of the machines to a hand count of ballots was not conducted before the recount, as required by Colorado law (CRS 1-10.5-102 (3) (a)).

That subsection says: “Prior to any recount, the canvass board shall choose at random and test voting devices used in the candidate race, ballot issue, or ballot question that is the subject of the recount. The board shall use the voting devices it has selected to CONDUCT A COMPARISON of the machine count of the ballots counted on each such voting device for the candidate race, ballot issue, or ballot question to the corresponding manual count of the voter-verified paper records.” (I added the emphasis with the color, capitalizing and bold type.)

This never happened. Instead the SOS required what they call a Limited Risk Audit, which does not give the comparison of what the machine counted originally in the primary to a hand count of those same voted ballots. The above subsection is very clear and it never happened in any county. This is a serious error, which must be corrected for the recount to be valid. It must follow these essential steps required in Colorado law.

Accordingly Tina Peters has filed a suit against SOS Griswold and the county clerks, demanding that they follow the law. That complaint can be found here. I commend clerk and candidate Tina Peters for her tenacity, despite all of the ridicule she is enduring from the media, political pundits and other uninformed “experts.” Because of her courage we may still have a chance to have accurate elections in Colorado, and have confidence in the results.

 

2. Moore v. Harper Will Test Independent State Legislature Doctrine

Here is a case the Supreme Court has taken up for their next session that we need to keep an eye on. It has to do with what is called the Independent State Legislature Doctrine. Essentially it asks, do state legislatures have the absolute authority to draw congressional districts, or can courts step in and change those maps, thus taking over this power from the directly elected, legislative branch of government?

This case might be decided quickly, as it directly impacts the North Carolina congressional elections this November.

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Kevin Lundberg
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As the executive director for the Republican Study Committee of Colorado, I am working to keep this organization a powerful voice for conservative values in the Colorado legislature. We are a non-profit 501(c)4 organization, relying on contributions (which are not tax-deductible).

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July 30, 2022

1. Statewide SOS Primary Recount is On

2. Digging Deeper Into Election integrity

3. Colorado Enterprises are Now 40% of the Budget

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1. Statewide SOS Primary Recount is On

Over the last few days we have seen some extraordinary moments in the aftermath of the Republican primary. In a last minute push secretary of state (SOS) Republican candidate Tina Peters raised enough money, under the strict rules of campaign finance contributions, to fund a state-wide recount of her race. I sent out a notice to my readers (thank you to all who responded) and Tina appealed to the state and the nation, from which enough money was raised for her to pay the over $250,000 fee to the SOS to demand a recount.

Every county in Colorado is now preparing to conduct the recount next week. However, as of this writing, SOS Griswold is denying the manual hand-count that Peters is demanding, insisting that to follow the law it must be counted by the Dominion software and hardware. It is my understanding that Tina Peters is seeking a court order to force the hand-count.

Griswold is wrong. The law does not support her decision.

The law says in CRS 1-10.5-102 (3) (b) “If the results of the comparison of the machine count and the manual count in accordance with the requirements of subsection (3)(a) of this section are identical, or if any discrepancy is able to be accounted for by voter error, then the recount may be conducted in the same manner as the original ballot count. If the results of the comparison of the machine count and the manual count in accordance with the requirements of subsection (3)(a) of this section are not identical, or if any discrepancy is not able to be accounted for by voter error, a presumption is created that the voter-verified paper records will be used for a final determination unless evidence exists that the integrity of the voter-verified paper records has been irrevocably compromised. The secretary of state shall decide which method of recount is used in each case, based on the secretary’s determination of which method will ensure the most accurate count, subject to judicial review for abuse of discretion. Nothing in this subsection (3) limits any person from pursuing any applicable legal remedy otherwise provided by law.”

To emphasize my argument I colored the most relevant words and phrases in this statute.

 

First, it is clear that both options are a possibility for a recount, machine (electronic), and manual (hand) because the term “may” is used.

Second, it is true that the SOS may choose the machines (electronic) for a recount, but only if the machines have been ruled out as the source of the questionable return totals. If there is a question of the machine’s accuracy, the paper records are to be used under most circumstances. This is what “a presumption is created that the voter-verified paper records will be used for a final determination” means.

In all cases the SOS is to use the method that will “ensure the most accurate count.” When the very reason for the recount is because there is serious concern that the machines have been compromised, the only way to verify the accuracy of the machines is to test their results against a hand count of all ballots cast for the SOS race.

Finally, understanding that a secretary of state may use bad judgment in such a highly charged situation, this statute wisely states the obvious, that the judgement of the SOS is “subject to judicial review for abuse of discretion.” Therefore, as I understand it, an injunction is being sought to overturn Griswold’s decision to reject a hand count.

At this stage of this still developing story I have one more observation.

SOS Griswold’s total rejection of a hand count is strong evidence that the machines have been fraudulently manipulated and Griswold knows it.

If the opposite were true, that the machines are truly the “gold standard” of election integrity, Griswold should welcome a hand recount to prove to the world that the machines are accurate. And in this case Peters and her supporters are the ones who are paying the bill to have the recount test conducted. What better way could SOS Griswold devise to vindicate and validate her claim that the Colorado voting system is the “gold standard?”

9:00 PM, 7/30/22- additional information:

On Friday several counties started the recount process by testing the election machines. However, they did not follow the letter of the law for recount procedures, which are given in parts of 1-10.5-102 that I did not reproduce in this article. Instead they followed the procedures for a regular election and no manual count was included in the test, which the law requires for recounts. Additionally, the test pretty much blew up in their face as 30-60% of the ballots were rejected by the scanner system, requiring them to be individually sorted out, which is taking way too much time to process.

As I see it, the probability of a hand count is growing as their machine process is bogging down, is not following the statutory law for recounts  and ultimately may prove to be unworkable, given the fact that the recount must be completed this week.

2. Digging Deeper Into Election integrity

Here are some resources I ran across recently about election integrity issues here in Colorado and across the nation:

Discussion on Colorado voting issues by two well informed attorneys.

Nation-wide analysis of  recent problems and solutions in state election laws.

Short video on plan to take back precinct leadership across the nation.

3. Colorado Enterprises are Now 40% of the Budget

TABOR allows an exception to it’s strict limits on state revenue and state spending. It is called State Enterprises. Instead of taxes, they charge fees (really taxes).  Over the 30 years of TABOR State Enterprise revenues have ballooned to over 36 times the original amount collected (and spent), without any constraints from the Tax Payers’ Bill of Rights (TABOR).

Here is a link to the details.


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July 23, 2022

1. January 6

2. AZ Suit to End Electronic Voting Machines

3. Sidney Powell

4. UN Food Policy

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1. January 6

With the Congressional committee wrapping up their January 6 show trial, we have been subjected to a lot of fake news. Their narrative is Trump planned this riot as a way to overthrow the government. However, the only thing they got right was somebody did set this up to explode, only the bad actors were Pelosi, Schumer and company, including some leadership in the FBI. For a dose of realty, check out this story and the brief trailer for a documentary on January 6, just released on Friday.

2. AZ Suit to End Electronic Voting Machines

Last Thursday was a big day for voter integrity issues. A suit seeking the elimination of electronic voting systems in Arizona finally was heard before a federal judge. Additionally, in Wisconsin the election commission told clerks to ignore some state election laws. For a real time analysis of that court hearing, the story coming out of Wisconsin and some aspects of the election law in Georgia, watch this program on Frank Speech. Of particular interest is when they listen in on the actual audio of the court hearing, which starts about halfway through the program.

3. Sidney Powell

Sidney Powell is an attorney who has been on the front lines of defending President Trump in the public square. She has been vilified by the mainstream media, like everyone else who is trying to get to the truth of the 2020 election. In this in-depth interview Sidney Powell gives a clear picture of who she is and what she is trying to accomplish. For another dose of realty I recommend this hour long interview.

4. UN Food Policy

Here is a startling report on the food policies of the UN, which are an integral part of their plan called Agenda 2030. With all of the chatter on food shortages and the farmer revolts in Europe, this is an issue that must not be ignored.

As a sidebar to this story, please note that when we have had heat waves before 2000, news reports would simply report on the temperatures and the immediate consequences of those temperatures. Today most of the news reports are trying to make it proof positive of an impending crisis of global warming that will end life on this planet. Hmm… this kind of reminds me of the 18th century Thomas Malthus (look him up), or the following list of false predictions:


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July 16, 2022

1. Recount

2. Tina Peters

3. Court Packing

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1. Recount

This week the Hanks campaign and the Peters campaign both requested a recount of the primary election ballots. Here is a copy of the Peters letter to the Colorado Secretary of State (SOS). Here is the SOS reply. The request pointed out the suspected issue is the counting and reporting system itself and therefore the recount needs to be an actual hand recount to verify the accuracy of the equipment, or demonstrate equipment failures, or intentional manipulation.

If the electronic system is as accurate as the SOS insists it is, one should expect the SOS to welcome this opportunity to demonstrate that accuracy in a very public way. However, the SOS response was to  insist they use the same electronic systems, which will prove nothing. The SOS also required both campaigns pay over $230,000 to initiate the recount. As I understand it, both campaigns have rejected the SOS response and are asking for a recount that will, in fact, really count the actual ballots. Stay tuned…

2. Tina Peters

Tina Peters has been in the news for more than just the recount requests, but somehow I think there is a relationship.
This week she spoke at a conference in Nevada. To hear her speech, which I recommend, click here and start at the 2 hour, 27 minute mark.

Because the Mesa County DA thought she had broken her terms of her pretrial bond the DA initiated an arrest warrant for her. It was a miscommunication on the part of her legal team that created the problem and Friday afternoon the judge did quash (kill) the warrant, but not before many misleading headlines once again created a false narrative against the reputation of Tina.

For a much more accurate picture of this fighting patriot, please click on the above link and listen to the speech she gave in Nevada (it is brief, but powerful).

3. Court Packing

This has not been in the news recently, but there is a very real possibility it will be a major story after the November election. Whether or not the Democrats lose the House and/or Senate, they will still control everything until next January. There will be tremendous pressure on every Democrat senator to support packing Supreme Court with Biden-picked liberals.

This would effectively end the independence of the courts and be the biggest challenge to preserving the Republic since the Civil War.

A recent national poll shows a very big divide on this issue between Democrats and Republicans, both in Congress and across the nation. I will keep a careful eye on this subject and keep you posted.


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July 9, 2022

1. More Good News From Washington

2. Open Primary is a Problem in Several States

3. Colorado Department of Early Childhood

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1. More Good News From Washington

As a followup to the story I led with last week, here is a 40 minute discussion on the just released Kennedy and Carson decisions from the U. S. Supreme Court. This round table discussion is from the attorneys who argued these cases before the high court. As I said last week, taken together, they represent a huge jump forward in religious freedom and freedom of conscience. Please take the time to check this out. it will have major effect on government programs for decades to come.

2. Open Primary is a Problem in Several States

We have seen, firsthand, many of the problems created by an open primary system in Colorado. Here is a recent story about similar problems in nine other states across the nation. This article points out that this is not just a Colorado problem. More and more conservative leaders are figuring out that the open primary is designed to weed out conservative candidates and leave us with middle of the road politicians.

I reported last week that many troubling irregularities were found in our recently held primary election. Many highly qualified experts are sorting through the evidence and hope to unveil their findings within the week. I look forward to including that valuable information in a future publication of this report.

3. Colorado Department of Early Childhood

The opening website headline for the newly formed Colorado Department of Early Childhood says it all:

Universal Preschool is Coming!

Polis’ latest big project is here, aiming to take over parenting at the earliest ages. This brand new department, authorized by the current Colorado legislature, opened their doors this month and their plans line up perfectly with the woke-socialist agenda of the governor. Combine this with the state’s legislated policies that promote an alphabet soup of genders, a rejection of traditional family values and our nation’s remarkable history of One Nation Under God and we have the next generation (literally) of government as defined by the hard left.


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July 2, 2022

1. Good News From Washington

2. Open Primary Opens Pandora’s Box

3. Tucker Carlson on Criminalizing Political Speech

4. No Breakfast Club Zoom Call on Monday, July 4. We will be Back on July 11.
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1. Good News From Washington

This year’s Supreme Court decisions show a major shift in the Court. Overturning Roe v. Wade was just the beginning. Two cases, when taken together, represent a huge jump forward in religious freedom and freedom of conscience.

The case affirming the Washington state high school coach’s constitutional right to publicly pray at the end of a game and the case from Maine, prohibiting the state of Maine from excluding all religious private schools from participating in a state sponsored tuition program both dramatically change court standards for defending the free exercise clause of the First Amendment.

These decisions changed the legal standards for allowing teachers to express their faith. Governments at all levels can allow monuments containing elements of religious faith to be placed on public property and citizens can once again live their lives with their freedom of conscience reaffirmed in the courts of our nation. This may affect over 20,000 court decisions made on this subject over the past several decades.

Similar decisions on the Second Amendment, limits to EPA authority, etc. all point to a definite shift in the Court. I see a much greater respect for the constitutional limitations on government, support for individual rights and a respect of states’ jurisdictional authority. This is great news (thank Donald Trump for great nominations).

Now we must make sure Congress does not destroy the Court and these great steps forward for freedom with court packing…

2. Open Primary Opens Pandora’s Box
-report amended 5:18 PM, July 2-

Amendment to report: Today I learned of serious anomalies that are reported to have been found in the Colorado primary election results. I will report more on this breaking story as confirmed information becomes available.

This week’s primary election was a clear demonstration of how dysfunctional Colorado’s open primary system has become. Of the ten people I endorsed nine were top line candidates, meaning they won their district assembly and were therefore the top choice of active Republicans in their district. Eight of the ten lost their primary election.

I did not pick those I endorsed because they were top line candidates, I picked them because they stood most clearly for limited, constitutional government policies. Apparently the Republicans in their respective districts also considered them the best candidates. The most troubling outcome was for secretary of state. Here is a more detailed analysis of that upside-down election result.

Unfortunately, Colorado Republicans no longer pick who they want to represent the party on the November ballot. Statewide a little less than a million ballots are mailed to Republicans, but 1.6 million Republican ballots are also mailed to non-Republican, unaffiliated voters. The party has lost control over the party’s main function, to field candidates in the general elections.

Sending out primary ballots to 1.6 million non-Republicans gives a wide open field for dark money from bad actors to step in and corrupt the primary voting process. There are more than enough legitimate concerns with the overall integrity of our voting systems from the bad actors (more on that in future newsletters). We should not also have such sloppy election laws that intentionally scramble the election process.

This is why I have been an advocate for challenging Colorado’s open primary in court. I look forward to the day when the Colorado GOP gets onboard with our work to take this to court and challenge Colorado’s clearly unconstitutional, open primary system. If you agree, please consider two actions.

Tell the state GOP leaders that they have an obligation to follow the Republican State Central Committee’s resolution from the September of 2021 meeting to take this to federal court. Secondly, help fund the effort by contributing to the legal fund we set up because the party has not yet acted on this critical issue. Click here for more information.

3. Tucker Carlson on Criminalizing Political Speech

Tucker Carlson issued a stark warning concerning Biden’s DOJ’s recent actions to criminalize political speech. Watch it here.


4. No Breakfast Club Zoom Call on Monday, July 4. We will be Back on July 11.

It is independence Day! Spend the day exercising your constitutional freedoms. Celebrate your God-given, inalienable rights. As is our custom, the Breakfast club does not meet on major holidays. We will be Back on July 11.

For Life and Liberty!

Kevin Lundberg
fmr Colorado State Senator


As the executive director for the Republican Study Committee of Colorado, I am working to keep this organization a powerful voice for conservative values in the Colorado legislature. We are a non-profit 501(c)4 organization, relying on contributions (which are not tax-deductible).

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June 22, 2022 – amended on June 24

Roe v Wade Overturned!

By now most should know the keystone decision for this year’s Supreme Court session was released today (June 24). After 49 years one of the most troubling court decisions was overturned. I did a state by state study of the state laws three years ago and came to the conclusion that ending Roe might reduce abortions nation-wide by about 10%. It also moves the political debate to where it legally belongs, in the hands of the states.

This was a watershed moment, but it does not end the debate, it merely moves it to the next level, for a state by state struggle as we continue to work for the defense of the defenseless. This is a battle for the millions of children who are alive, growing, but not yet born. I pray we will have the fortitude to engage in this political fight until children are recognized with their God-given right to life, which is the only way they can enjoy liberty and the pursuit of happiness.

SPECIAL EDITION: PRE-PRIMARY, MUST WATCH REPORT

I “stopped the presses” for this week’s report and published this vital message ASAP that every voter in Colorado needs to watch.

It is long (one hour), but essential to know before voting in this year’s primary. If you have already sent your ballot in still watch this report and pass it on to others. I have been following the election fraud issue for decades, and very closely since the 2020 election. I have never seen this story told in clearer terms than this interview with Tina Peters.

There have been several reports, documentaries and interviews which I have passed on to you in my weekly reports. If you followed all of it, you know, as I do, that our election systems have been severely compromised. However, each report only covers a part of the problem, as it is a complex issue, with multiple vulnerabilities. No one report can give the entire picture.

This one hour interview of Tina Peters gives the big picture in a way that I have not seen before. I am convinced that every voter, from every party, needs this information before voting again.

Please view this interview and please pass this on before the final day of the primary election, which is less than one week away!

To View this Interview Click on the Image

The link to the interview is: https://americacanwetalk.org/interview-with-tina-peters-and-sherronna-bishop-6-09-22-full-episode/

This is all I expect to be covering until after the Primary election next week. Please pass this on!

P.S. For the complete list of my primary endorsements, scroll down this page to the June 18 report,  item numer three.

June 18, 2022

1. Excellent Analysis of the Current Energy Crisis

2. Reactions to Roe Decision

3. My Primary Endorsements

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1. Excellent Analysis of the Current Energy Crisis

 

Here is a video analysis ofthe current energy crisis. It is about 14 minutes long and well worth the time it will take to watch:  https://rumble.com/v18jxzh-dave-walsh-regulatory-issues-by-the-elite-have-pushed-energy-prices-highave.html.

2. Reactions to Roe Decision

As of this writing, the Roe decision has yet to be released, but expect a severe response from what will be the final decision from the Supreme Court. Here is a sobering report on what some in the left has in mind.


3. My Primary Endorsements

The primary election ends on June 28 and the campaigns are fully engaged! Help us get the word out to everyone.

Ron Hanks at campaign meeting in Parker on June 17

In Larimer County, for Sheriff I recommend Jeff Fisher. I have listened to both candidates several times, and whereas I see some encouraging aspects of both men, I have a greater confidence level in Jeff’s ability to lead and his basic principles of good government policies.

For House District 49 (rural parts of Larimer and Boulder counties, and all of Clear Creek and Gilpin counties) I like both candidates and wish them both well for the primary election.

In House District 51, the Loveland district, I am endorsing Austin Hein, the challenger to the current incumbent, who is currently the Republican leader in the House. I am not satisfied with how the incumbent has led the Republican caucus and I think we need a change.

South and West of Denver Congressional District 7 has become a possible pickup for the Republicans. It is a competitive race in the primary as well, with three candidates. My choice is Laurel Imer. Her two competitors are both strong candidates, but Laurel is the America First candidate who has worked hard and will, in my opinion, best fight for our rights in Congress.

In the new Congressional District 8 my choice for Congress is Lori Saine (BTW, I had trouble getting to her website, big tech is apparently trying to shut down Lori’s website). She was a reliable conservative vote in the Colorado House for many years. I believe Lori will best represent our conservative values in the tough environment of ‘Washington DC. For state school board in CD8 my choice is Peggy Propst. Peggy has already served on the state school board. Her experience assures me she knows how to be most effective on that important board.

Some months ago I endorsed two candidates for the Colorado House, which I had neglected to put in this list of endorsements. They are Bill Jack, in the Castle Rock area and Gabe Evans in Adams and Weld counties. Both men are solid in their principles and well prepared to be effective legislators .

For the Colorado secretary of state my choice is Tina Peters, without any question. Her most formidable opponent calls Colorado’s broken election system the “gold standard” and she played a key role in distributing over $300,000,000 of Zuckerberg’s money in the 2020 race, most of which was spent on get-out-the-vote efforts in Democrat areas of the key swing states.

Peters has proven to be a fighter and she is fighting for the right causes. The “indictments” levied against her is nothing more than political mud slinging, which I have covered in some detail over the past several weeks. The third candidate is, in my opinion, a spoiler, attempting to divide the vote three ways, possibly eroding the vote total for Tina Peters. I don’t see him as much of a fighter, or having much of a chance of actually winning in November, like Tina.

For governor I choose Greg Lopez. I think he holds the best prospect of winning in November and I am confident in his values and diligence. His primary opponent is a worthy candidate, but my choice is Greg Lopez.

Ron Hanks is my clear choice for US Senate. His performance as a hard working, conservative state legislator, 30+ years in the Air Force, including serving as an intelligence officer, staunch support for the unborn and thoughtful approach to every subject tells me he will be a leader for the right reasons in the US Senate. His primary opponent is not pro-life, has, over the past dozen years, contributed to three times more Democrats than Republicans and has no experience as a legislator at any level. He has more money, but Hanks has an incredible grassroots team and a better, proven track record.

I have a few observations on a controversy that has arisen in some of the statewide races in the Republican primary. A lot of dark money from the left is running ads and sending out a lot of mailers promoting one Republican candidate over another and many Republicans are understandably upset over this development. It is the inevitable result of our open primary system, where unaffiliated voters are sent Republican and Democrat ballots. With such a wide field of potential voters it is too tempting to the bad actors to not play in the other party’s primary election.

I regret that too many Republican leaders were quick to declare that some Republican candidates were “unelectable.” These. public declarations were not so subtle invitations to the bad actors to try to play the field in Republican primaries. It would have been much better if the Republican Party had actively pursued the legal challenge to the open primary in 2022. At a bare minimum they now need to immediately stop showing such distain for dully elected Republican candidates and get on board with the federal challenge to the open primary system for 2024 and beyond.

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June 11, 2022

1. Political Theater While the Country Burns

2. My Primary Endorsements

3. Join the Breakfast Club Zoom call every Monday Morning
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1. Political Theater While the Country Burns

 

What a week of contrasts. Inflation continues to rage, our Southern border gets worse every week, food, gas and other essentials are getting out of reach for far too many households. Public schools have become indoctrination centers for the left, big tech and big corporations have become woke censor machines and the intellectual elite are successfully convincing far too many that the often heralded, but never realized global warming myth is the greatest existential threat to mankind. In short, the world seems to be spinning out of control.

And Congress is fixated on destroying Donald Trump with their political theater. They don’t have time to address the very real problems we are facing every day,  but they can still stop everything to drag out a dog and pony show in prime time for the nation. I hope the nation can see through their distraction show and have enough sense to throw the bums out in November. Concerning the “case” they are building against President Trump, I have seen enough evidence of voter fraud in 2020 and have had enough personal conversations with Trump’s personal lawyers, who were on the ground with the President in January of 2021 to know better than what the left is throwing at us.

The bottom line? The left is lying. Don’t believe their lies and don’t waste any more time on their antics.

Here in Colorado, with the primary voting going on for most of this month, The political theater is also ramping up. Don’t buy it. Do your own research and vote accordingly.

BTW, Add these interesting and significant links to your research effort, before casting your votes for the primary candidates:

Hand count changes results in Georgia election

Former congressman pleads guilty to election fraud

New documentary on Tina Peters

Warning from J6 political prisoner

2. My Primary Endorsements

I first published my recommendations last week and I repeat it here as the actual election day is not until June 28.

In Larimer County, for Sheriff I recommend Jeff Fisher. I have listened to both candidates several times, and whereas I see some encouraging aspects of both men, I have a greater confidence level in Jeff’s ability to lead and his basic principles of good government policies.

For House District 49 (rural parts of Larimer and Boulder counties, and all of Clear Creek and Gilpin counties) I like both candidates and wish them both well for the primary election.

In House District 51, the Loveland district, I am endorsing Austin Hein, the challenger to the current incumbent, who is currently the Republican leader in the House. I am not satisfied with how the incumbent has led the Republican caucus and I think we need a change.

South and West of Denver Congressional District 7 has become a possible pickup for the Republicans. It is a competitive race in the primary as well, with three candidates. My choice is Laurel Imer. Her two competitors are both strong candidates, but Laurel is the America First candidate who has worked hard and will, in my opinion, best fight for our rights in Congress.

In the new Congressional District 8 my choice for Congress is Lori Saine (BTW, I had trouble getting to her website, big tech is apparently trying to shut down Lori’s website). She was a reliable conservative vote in the Colorado House for many years. I believe Lori will best represent our conservative values in the tough environment of ‘Washington DC. For state school board in CD8 my choice is Peggy Propst. Peggy has already served on the state school board. Her experience assures me she knows how to be most effective on that important board.

For the Colorado secretary of state my choice is Tina Peters, without any question. Her most formidable opponent calls Colorado’s broken election system the “gold standard” and she played a key role in distributing over $300,000,000 of Zuckerberg’s money in the 2020 race, most of which was spent on get-out-the-vote efforts in Democrat areas of the key swing states.

Peters has proven to be a fighter and she is fighting for the right causes. The “indictments” levied against her is nothing more than political mud slinging, which I have covered in some detail over the past several weeks. The third candidate is, in my opinion, a spoiler, attempting to divide the vote three ways, possibly eroding the vote total for Tina Peters. I don’t see him as much of a fighter, or having much of a chance of actually winning in November, like Tina.

For governor I choose Greg Lopez. I think he holds the best prospect of winning in November and I am confident in his values and diligence. His primary opponent is a worthy candidate, but my choice is Greg Lopez.

Ron Hanks is my clear choice for US Senate. His performance as a hard working, conservative state legislator, 30+ years in the Air Force, including serving as an intelligence officer, staunch support for the unborn and thoughtful approach to every subject tells me he will be a leader for the right reasons in the US Senate. His opponent is not pro-life, has, over the past dozen years, contributed to three times more Democrats than Republicans and has no experience as a legislator at any level. He has more money, but Hanks has an incredible grassroots team and a better, proven track record.

I have been asked to introduce Ron at a fundraiser for Ron and Tina next week, and pass along the invitation to you:

AMERICA 1st Candidates Making Colorado Proud again

RON HANKS -US Senate

TINA PETERS -Colorado Secretary of State

Meet / Greet / Fundraiser

When:  Friday June 17  Time: 5:30 pm

Where: Evie Zur’s Place  5915 Ponderosa Way,

The Pinery of Parker

A GARDEN PARTY PICNIC STYLE POTLUCK

Bring ONE of the following to share.

APPETIZER / CHICKEN (Fried, Baked, or Wings) SIDE / SALAD / DESSERT / BEER or WINE

Close in parking /Lawn chair ensures seat /Bring Sweater
OUTDOOR MOVIE 2000 MULES at 8:30 + TRAILERof Tina Documentary, Selection Code

NO SOCIAL MEDIA PLEASE!                         WORD OF MOUTH                          Getting invites out quietly on your conservative networks

BTW, many of my choices fly in the face of the established Republican political class in Colorado. Their claim (the established Republican political class in Colorado) is these candidates do not stand a chance of winning in November, hence we should not vote for them in the primary. However, most of the problem these candidates have in being electable is the established Republican political class in Colorado has declared them unelectable!

If the established Republican political class in Colorado would stop declaring certain candidates unelectable and stop betting on candidates who do not represent the party’s values (think O’Dea and Anderson…), the Colorado GOP might start winning statewide races again.

And I am not alone in this assessment. Of the eight candidates I have endorsed, seven of them were the top choice in their Republican assemblies. I think the established Republican political class in Colorado ought to seriously reassess their collective political wisdom. They are clearly not in line with the party platform, the delegates in Republican assemblies, or winning combinations in November…

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June 4, 2022 with additions added on June 5

1. My Primary Endorsements

2. Western Conservative Summit

3. Join the Breakfast Club Zoom call every Monday Morning
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1. My Primary Endorsements

 

The primary ballots are scheduled to be mailed out next week. Here are my endorsements for many of the competitive state-wide and local Republican races in the Northern Colorado area:

In Larimer County, for Sheriff I recommend Jeff Fisher. I have listened to both candidates several times, and whereas I see some encouraging aspects of both men, I have a greater confidence level in Jeff’s ability to lead and his basic principles of good government policies.

For House District 49 (rural parts of Larimer, Boulder, all of Clear Creek and ‘Gilpin counties I like both candidates and wish them both well for the primary election.

In House District 51, the Loveland district, I am endorsing Austin Hein, the challenger to the current incumbent, who is currently the Republican leader in the House. I am not satisfied with how the incumbent has lead the Republican caucus and I think we need a change.

South and West of Denver Congressional District 7 has become a possible pickup for the Republicans. It is a competitive race in the primary as well, with three candidates. My choice is Laurel Imer. Her two competitors are both strong candidates, but Laurel is the America First candidate who has worked hard and will, in my opinion, best fight for our rights in Congress.

In the new Congressional District 8 my choice for Congress is Lori Saine. She was a reliable conservative vote in the Colorado House for many years. I believe Lori will best represent our conservative values in the tough environment of ‘Washington DC. For state school board in CD8 my choice is Peggy Propst. Peggy has already served on the state school board. Her experience assures me she knows how to be most effective on that board.

For the Colorado secretary of state my choice is Tina Peters, without any question. Her most formidable opponent helped distribute over $300,000,000 of Zuckerberg’s money in the 2020 race, most of which was spent on Democrat areas of the key swing states.

Peters has proven to be a fighter and she is fighting for the right causes. The “indictments” levied against her is nothing more than political mud slinging, which I have covered in some detail over the past several weeks. The third candidate is, in my opinion, a spoiler, attempting to divide the vote three ways, possibly eroding the vote total for Tina Peters. I don’t see him as much of a fighter, like Tina.

For governor I choose Greg Lopez. I think he holds the best prospect of winning in November and I am confident in his values and diligence. His primary opponent is a worthy candidate, but my choice is Greg Lopez.

Ron Hanks is my clear choice for US Senate. His performance as a hard working, conservative state legislator, 30+ years in the Air Force, including serving as an intelligence officer, staunch support for the unborn and thoughtful approach to every subject tell me he will be a leader for the right reasons in the US Senate. His opponent is not pro-life, has, over the past dozen years, contributed to three times more Democrats than Republicans and has no experience as a legislator at any level. He has more money, but Hanks has an incredible grassroots team and a better, proven track record.


2. Western Conservative Summit

Greg Lopez, candidate for governor giving speech on the main stage.

On June 3 and 4 the Western Conservative Summit was held. This annual event is always a highlight for conservatives in the West. As has always been the case, it was two days packed with information, encouragement and inspiration. I strongly recommend this significant, annual event.

2. Join the Breakfast Club Zoom call every Monday Morning

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The Republican Study Committee of Colorado,P.O. Box 378, Berthoud, CO 80513.

The Republican Study Committee of Colorado(RSCC) is composed of conservative leaders within the Republican caucus of the Colorado legislature.

 

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 Go to the archive pages for earlier editions.

Here is a repeat of the voter guides I published earlier plus more detailed information on local races in Larimer county, which can be found here. I just obtained some information on judges in Larimer and Weld counties. The Larimer list can be found here and the Weld list here. I am passing this on as some judge information, but I have not had a way to fully research the details. Use it as you think is best.

Transform Colorado has prepared several nonpartisan voter guides for different areas of Colorado in both English and Spanish. They are available here online and printed copies are being distributed to many churches across the state.

For statewide ballot questions Centennial Institute has prepared information that can be found here.

In addition, here is some good counsel offered by my friend John Andrews:

“I will vote yes on Proposition 121, which cuts income taxes for all. Yes on Amendment D, which improves access to the courts. And yes on Amendment E, which cuts property taxes for survivors of someone who died for our country.

“Three worthy acts of citizen lawmaking. Three yes votes… 121… D… and E.  

“I will vote no on all the other ballot issues.  Let’s defeat all these measures that would raise taxes (FF), or grow government (123), or make it harder for citizens to cut taxes (GG), or make alcohol and drugs easier to get (122, 124, 125, 126), or benefit the gambling industry (F).  

“None of those is a good thing for our state. Join me in voting them down.

“Join me also in voting no on all tax increases for local government. Coloradans pay more than enough taxes already. Politicians just need to spend more wisely.”

5. Finger Report

A couple of months ago I reported on an accident I had with a table saw where I nearly cut off three fingers on my left hand. I have been overwhelmed with the prayers and support from so many and I want to thank everyone. The recovery is coming along, I still have all the fingers, but they are not yet very functional.

Through all of this I can say that God is good, all the time! I am confident He will restore to me all the function I need from that hand. I just don’t know what that will look like or how long it will take to get there. Thank you again for all of your support and prayers. I will never run out of a need for strong prayer support.

6. Join the Breakfast Club Zoom Call Every Monday Morning

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Donations can be sent to:

The Republican Study Committee of Colorado,P.O. Box 378, Berthoud, CO 80513.

The Republican Study Committee of Colorado(RSCC) is composed of conservative leaders within the Republican caucus of the Colorado legislature.

 

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October 29, 2022

1. Have Online Military Votes Been Stolen, Part II?

2. CDC and the Colorado Department of Early Childhood

3. Ballot Harvesting in Florida

4. More Voter guides, Including Judges in Larimer and Weld

5. Finger Report

6. Join the Breakfast Club Zoom Call Every Monday Morning

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1. Have Online Military Votes Been Stolen, Part II?

Last week I reported on the impossible vote pattern from military and overseas voters that was seen by an election worker in a Colorado county in 2020. The details can be found in article 1 of last week’s report (scroll down this page to see it).

This is a big deal, which deserves more attention. For a deeper dive into the private election software company that is behind all of this click here. It is an hour+ program, but start it at the 40 minute mark and listen for at least five minutes and/or the 55 minute mark.

Last week I concluded with the following paragraph:

This needs to stop before one more military vote is counted through this obviously corrupted vote collection system. I pray every county clerk verifies that this is not happening with their military and overseas votes.

I trust my prayer that every county clerk takes this seriously is more than idle words. Clerks need to monitor the military and overseas online votes. If the results are wildly different than the overall vote patterns in their county, they need to get to the bottom of this. If clerks need more information on what I have discovered they may contact me at SenatorLundberg@gmail.com.

2. CDC and the Colorado Department of Early Childhood

Elections matter for many reasons, one is how the government interacts and influences children. In recent years some government agencies have become quite bold in promoting values that are contrary to the values of average families.

Here are two stories that underscore our need for elected leaders who will stand against this troubling trend. Click here for a story on how the CDC is spending our tax dollars on what amounts to homosexual online grooming sites for children, run by Planned Parenthood. Click here  for a story recommended to teachers by the newly formed Colorado Department of Early Childhood. This story is about “anti-bias” holidays, where the author recommends replacing Mother’s Day and Father’s Day with “Family Day” because the original holidays may be offensive to families that are not composed of a mother and a father. You can fill in the blanks for what they have in mind.

Elections matter…

3. Ballot Harvesting in Florida

A former Democrat candidate for county commissioner has blown the whistle on a multi-year ballot harvesting scheme in the Orlando area. For more details click here.

4. More Voter guides, Including Judges in Larimer and Weld

Here is a repeat of the voter guides I published earlier plus more detailed information on local races in Larimer county, which can be found here. I just obtained some information on judges in Larimer and Weld counties. The Larimer list can be found here and the Weld list here. I am passing this on as some judge information, but I have not had a way to fully research the details. Use it as you think is best.

Transform Colorado has prepared several nonpartisan voter guides for different areas of Colorado in both English and Spanish. They are available here online and printed copies are being distributed to many churches across the state.

For statewide ballot questions Centennial Institute has prepared information that can be found here.

In addition, here is some good counsel offered by my friend John Andrews:

“I will vote yes on Proposition 121, which cuts income taxes for all. Yes on Amendment D, which improves access to the courts. And yes on Amendment E, which cuts property taxes for survivors of someone who died for our country.

“Three worthy acts of citizen lawmaking. Three yes votes… 121… D… and E.  

“I will vote no on all the other ballot issues.  Let’s defeat all these measures that would raise taxes (FF), or grow government (123), or make it harder for citizens to cut taxes (GG), or make alcohol and drugs easier to get (122, 124, 125, 126), or benefit the gambling industry (F).  

“None of those is a good thing for our state. Join me in voting them down.

“Join me also in voting no on all tax increases for local government. Coloradans pay more than enough taxes already. Politicians just need to spend more wisely.”

5. Finger Report

A couple of months ago I reported on an accident I had with a table saw where I nearly cut off three fingers on my left hand. I have been overwhelmed with the prayers and support from so many and I want to thank everyone. The recovery is coming along, I still have all the fingers, but they are not yet very functional.

Through all of this I can say that God is good, all the time! I am confident He will restore to me all the function I need from that hand. I just don’t know what that will look like or how long it will take to get there. Thank you again for all of your support and prayers. I will never run out of a need for strong prayer support.

6. Join the Breakfast Club Zoom Call Every Monday Morning

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Donations can be sent to:

The Republican Study Committee of Colorado,P.O. Box 378, Berthoud, CO 80513.

The Republican Study Committee of Colorado(RSCC) is composed of conservative leaders within the Republican caucus of the Colorado legislature.

 

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October 22, 2022

1. Have Online Military Votes Been Stolen?

2. Fauci Documentary and CDC COVID Vaccines for Children

3. Heidi Wins More Debates

4. More Voter guides

5. Join the Breakfast Club Zoom Call Every Monday Morning

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1. Have Online Military Votes Been Stolen?

Last year I was made aware of an extraordinary story from a very republican county in Colorado. In the 2020 election an election worker observed an impossible vote pattern from military and overseas voters.

By federal law they are allowed to vote online. The information is collected by a private company and transmitted to local counties where the votes are transferred individually to paper ballots. The election worker told me she helped do this to 20-30 batches, which held 50-100 ballots in each batch. The statistically impossible detail is that, except for no more than 1-4 ballots in every batch, all of the ballots were straight party-line votes for the democrat candidates. Hmmm… is it possible that a red county would produce 90 – 99% democrat votes 20-30 times over? I don’t think so.

I passed this troubling information on to several election integrity experts, but little was done with it.

Then this week I came across the name of that private company and it turns out it is the same company whose CEO was arrested earlier this month in Los Angeles for election malfeasance. Eugene Yu’s election-logistics software firm, Konnech, has been sharing personal information of poll workers with a software firm in China. This was serious enough to put him behind bars. Stealing votes, and military votes in particular, is much more serious.

This needs to stop before one more military vote is counted through this obviously corrupted vote collection system. I pray every county clerk verifies that this is not happening with their military and overseas votes.

2. Fauci Documentary and CDC COVID Vaccines for Children

Last week I provided the link to this video, which is the most information packed report on COVID I have ever viewed. I just reviewed another one, on Anthony Fauci, which will only be available online for the next few days. It is a long documentary which gives an extensive look at Fauci’s history.

These videos are a useful background to the action that the CDC took this week to approve COVID vaccines for children and infants. According to Children’s Health Defense (who produced the Fauci documentary) the action the CDC took this week is needed to give the manufacturers an exemption from all liability for the vaccines. It makes one wonder if they are trying to protect the children or Big Pharma..

3. Heidi Wins More Debates

As the gubernatorial race heats up Heidi Ganahl continues to dominate the debates. Here is a report on the last debate.

4. More Voter guides

Here is a repeat of the voter guides I published last week plus more detailed information on local races in Larimer county, which can be found here.

Transform Colorado has prepared several nonpartisan voter guides for different areas of Colorado in both English and Spanish. They are available here online and printed copies are being distributed to many churches across the state.

For statewide ballot questions Centennial Institute has prepared information that can be found here.

In addition, here is some good counsel offered by my friend John Andrews:

“I will vote yes on Proposition 121, which cuts income taxes for all. Yes on Amendment D, which improves access to the courts. And yes on Amendment E, which cuts property taxes for survivors of someone who died for our country.

“Three worthy acts of citizen lawmaking. Three yes votes… 121… D… and E.  

“I will vote no on all the other ballot issues.  Let’s defeat all these measures that would raise taxes (FF), or grow government (123), or make it harder for citizens to cut taxes (GG), or make alcohol and drugs easier to get (122, 124, 125, 126), or benefit the gambling industry (F).  

“None of those is a good thing for our state. Join me in voting them down.

“Join me also in voting no on all tax increases for local government. Coloradans pay more than enough taxes already. Politicians just need to spend more wisely.”

5. Join the Breakfast Club Zoom Call Every Monday Morning

For more discussion on the issues above and any other topic that may come up, join our Zoom call every Monday morning at 7:30 AM.

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For Life and Liberty!

Kevin Lundberg
fmr Colorado State Senator


As the executive director for the Republican Study Committee of Colorado, I am working to keep this organization a powerful voice for conservative values in the Colorado legislature. We are a non-profit 501(c)4 organization, relying on contributions (which are not tax-deductible).

Donations can be sent to:

The Republican Study Committee of Colorado,P.O. Box 378, Berthoud, CO 80513.

The Republican Study Committee of Colorado(RSCC) is composed of conservative leaders within the Republican caucus of the Colorado legislature.

 

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October 15, 2022

1. Comprehensive Report on COVID

2. El Paso Suit Dismissed by Judge

3. Ballots Go Out Next Week

4. Ballot Questions Answered

5. Join the Breakfast Club Zoom Call Every Monday Morning

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1. Comprehensive Report on COVID

This video is the most information packed report on COVID I have ever viewed. It is an up-to-date and brief presentation (under 13 minutes) to the San Diego City Council. To view it click here.

2. El Paso Suit Dismissed by Judge

Last week I reported on a suit challenging the legality of the voting machines in El Paso County. Instead of examining the facts, the judge refused to allow the case to be heard and dismissed the case on very questionable grounds. Due to the preliminary procedures the judge went forward with, I had hoped this would finally be the opportunity for a true “day in court,” but no, this judge is as tone deaf as most in his profession.

Consequently a complaint was filed with the Colorado Secretary of State, The complaint begins by saying: “This petition raises the question whether this Court, or any Colorado district court, will allow a public trial to determine if the El Paso County computer voting system is illegal.”

BTW, this is the same Secretary  of State that “mistakenly” sent out a letter to 30,000 non-citizens “reminding” them to register to vote…

3. Ballots Go Out Next Week

The election is about to begin. Please pray for a fair and accurate election, particularly here in Colorado. We have many clear choices before us and the future of our nation hangs in the balance. Pray that informed citizens will vote, will encourage others to vote, and that their votes will not be diluted by anyone who would seek to defraud the election in any way.

And don’t forget to vote.

4. Ballot Questions Answered

Transform Colorado has prepared several nonpartisan voter guides for different areas of Colorado in both English and Spanish. They are available here online and printed copies are being distributed to many churches across the state.

For statewide ballot questions Centennial Institute has prepared information that can be found here.

In addition, here is some good counsel offered by my friend John Andrews:

“I will vote yes on Proposition 121, which cuts income taxes for all. Yes on Amendment D, which improves access to the courts. And yes on Amendment E, which cuts property taxes for survivors of someone who died for our country.

“Three worthy acts of citizen lawmaking. Three yes votes… 121… D… and E.  

“I will vote no on all the other ballot issues.  Let’s defeat all these measures that would raise taxes (FF), or grow government (123), or make it harder for citizens to cut taxes (GG), or make alcohol and drugs easier to get (122, 124, 125, 126), or benefit the gambling industry (F).  

“None of those is a good thing for our state. Join me in voting them down.

“Join me also in voting no on all tax increases for local government. Coloradans pay more than enough taxes already. Politicians just need to spend more wisely.”

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October 8, 2022

1. Delaware Supreme Court Throws Out All-Mail Voting

2. El Paso Suit Now Includes Griswold Subpoena

3. Larimer County Candidate Meeting in Berthoud 

4. Natural gas can’t be replaced by green sources

5. Join the Breakfast Club Zoom Call Every Monday Morning

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1. Delaware Supreme Court Throws Out All-Mail Voting

This is not for Colorado, but it is good to see any court read the law and rule accordingly. Click here for the details.

As a followup to this general topic, here is a link to a challenging commentary by Conrad Black, a Canadian-born British citizen, published by the Epoch Times, on judicial review of elections in the US. I don’t agree with all he says, but it is good food for thought.

2. El Paso Suit Now Includes Griswold Subpoena

Keep an eye on the court case scheduled to begin on October 17 in El Paso County. As I reported last week, it is a legitimate challenge to the legality of the voting equipment. I say legitimate because the election equipment is clearly in violation of state and federal law as the machine system destroys enough of the election records that it is impossible to conduct a complete audit of any election. Federal law requires all election records to be preserved for 22 months. Colorado law says at least 25 months. The solution the suit calls for is to conduct the election as planned, but after the election, count the ballots by hand, eliminating any possibility of machine counting irregularities.

In a document filed earlier this week, the Colorado secretary of state has been given a subpoena to appear at that hearing. The subpoena can be viewed here.

3. Larimer County Candidate Meeting in Berthoud 

Tomorrow afternoon I will be at a meet and greet in the Berthoud area for seven candidates here in Larimer County. For those in the area I hope you can join us. The address is 1800 West County Road 6. Kindly RSVP to GRANDMAPATRIOT1776@gmail.com. For more information call 970-402-0025. That is this Sunday afternoon, October 9, from 2-4 PM.

4. Natural gas can’t be replaced by green sources

Don’t forget, there is a lot more happening than just the elections. Here is a reminder that oil and gas cannot be replaced by “green” energy and the rush to try will have disastrous effects as early as this winter. To read more click here.

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October 1, 2022

1. Election Integrity

2. First Gubernatorial Debate

3. Article V on the US Senate Floor

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1. Election Integrity

Election integrity is a theme I continue to come back to because it is that important. We must insist that our elections are accurate and transparent, and currently they are not. Here are some details I have come across this week.

First, Time magazine released the cover for their Oct. 10 edition:

Time is not talking about those of us who are insisting on election integrity, they are honoring those who are insisting that elections are currently safe and secure, the “gold standard.” Never mind that voter registrations lists are bloated with voters who have moved out of their precinct years before, or died, or their voter identity has been cloned, or the lists are filled with non-citizens who have been automatically registered, etc..

And what about transparency for the vote counting equipment? We are told that is none of our business. Just trust them because they are the “gold standard.”

In the middle of this picture is Pam Anderson (woman with glasses), the corporate secretary for CTCL, the organization that used hundreds of millions of Zuckerberg’s money to corrupt the 2020 election in key swing states. Oh, and Anderson happens to also be the name on the 2022 ballot as the “Republican” for Colorado secretary of state. Hmmm…

As a matter of fact, Time magazine’s story is just as ignorant of the facts of election fraud as all other journalists who call people like me “election deniers.” Anyone who buys that line hasn’t looked at the facts.

Here is an interesting fact you probably haven’t seen in the papers. A court date has been set in El Paso County for October 17 and 19 to hear the complaint that the election equipment is in violation of state and federal law because the software destroys enough of the election records that it is impossible to conduct a complete audit of any election. The solution the suit calls for is to conduct the election as planned, but after the election, count the ballots by hand. For the court documents click here.

Speaking of election fraud, that supposedly never happens, a former member of Congress was just sentenced to 30 months in prison for election fraud. Hmmm…

Finally, let me be clear on one important point. I have great misgivings on what shape our election systems are in, but I am NOT advocating abandoning elections. For the short run we must overwhelm the fraudsters. It is the only path we have to ever have a chance to restore confidence in our elections.

2. First Gubernatorial Debate

Heidi Ganahl and Jared Polis had their first gubernatorial debate last Wednesday. Heidi did a great job of holding Polis accountable for 85 new taxes and fees, high crime rates, inflation, drugs and the destruction of the oil and gas industry.

For Polis the only word I can think that best describes his part is slimy. Knowing much of the facts about his first term (see the book I helped produce, UNMASKED 2020) I know how he misrepresented his actions as governor and twisted Regent Ganahl’s plans to restore Colorado to the state we know and love.

The debate can be viewed here. The actual gubernatorial debate begins at 1:13:30.

 
3. Article V on the US Senate Floor

Article V establishes the process for amending the Constitution.  It is the most powerful tool states have to control an out of control federal government. Much of my political career has been spent on promoting this significant principle, including starting the State Legislators Article V Caucus.

I have now been at this for ten years. It has been slow in coming, but as the national debt is now passing $30 trillion and the administrative state seems unstoppable, more people, including prominent leaders are starting to catch on. Here is a story about one US Senator, Senator Braun, who brought the issue to the Senate floor this week.

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September 24, 2022

1. Attack on GOP Office 

2. Polis Imports California’s Radical Ideas

3. Why Everyone Needs an AR-15

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1. Attack on GOP Office

I lead this week’s report with a recent picture of the front window of the Larimer County Republican office. It is said that a picture tells a thousand words…

Does this vandalism of the GOP headquarters in Fort Collins have anything to with Biden’s inflammatory speech in front of Independence Hall?

Thanks Joe.

2. Polis Imports California’s Radical Ideas

Here is a troubling story of California’s radical attacks on our nation’s energy resources. California will be banning gas heaters, as described in this story. However, understand that Colorado’s Governor Polis has locked Colorado’s air control policies to California policies, so any time you see some extreme “green” agenda coming out of “California,” just insert the word “Colorado” because that is the policy system Polis has baked into our state’s laws.

And here is another discussion from a nationally published magazine on how California AND Colorado policies are implementing the “green” agenda.For more information on this subject seeSB21-200, HB19-1261 and HB19-1188.

 


3. Why Everyone Needs an AR-15


For the best argument I have seen against government gun control watch this interesting and informative videothat was published just a few days ago.

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The Republican Study Committee of Colorado,P.O. Box 378, Berthoud, CO 80513.

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September 17, 2022

1. Constitution Day 

2. DOJ Harassing Biden Opponents

3. Commentary on Higher Education

4. Intercessory, Strategic Prayer inside Colorado State Capitol

5. Join the Breakfast Club Zoom Call Every Monday Morning

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1. Constitution Day

“We the People of the United States, in Order to form a more perfect Union, establish Justice, insure domestic Tranquility, provide for the common defence, promote the general Welfare, and secure the Blessings of Liberty to ourselves and our Posterity, do ordain and establish this Constitution for the United States of America.”

235 years ago today, September 17, the U.S. Constitution was signed. With the exception of God’s Holy Word, this was to become the most significant document in the history of the world. It was the first time a nation was founded on the unique idea of limited government and self-governance, specifically designed within one concise document. Many nations have followed with their own written constitutions, but the average life span of those plans has been less than 20 years. The U.S. Constitution has endured many challenges over many generations. It is a testament to the wisdom, foresight and solid principles of the patriots who created the Constitution.

It is not perfect. We have amended it 27 times, but that too was part of the plan. Take a few moments today to ponder the blessings we enjoy because of this solid foundation for our land. And keep it within the context of that other great document, the Declaration of Independence.

“We hold these Truths to be self-evident, that all Men are created equal, that they are endowed by their Creator with certain unalienable Rights, that among these are Life, Liberty, and the Pursuit of Happiness—-That to secure these Rights, Governments are instituted among Men, deriving their just Powers from the Consent of the Governed…”

2. DOJ Harassing Biden Opponents

In four minutes Tucker Carlson drills down to the core reasons for the Department of Justice’s unjust and illegal violations of our Constitutional Fourth Amendment rights. To watch click HERE.

3. Commentary on Higher Education

Higher education is in deep trouble. Enrollment is down and tuition costs are up.Too many schools have become little more than woke, politically correct indoctrination centers. There are notable exceptions which Colorado Christian University’s chancellor, Dr. Donald Sweeting wrote about in this recently published in the Washington Times commentary. To read it click here.

4. Intercessory, Strategic Prayer inside Colorado State Capitol

Unfortunately I will be out of state, but Tom Schreiner sent me this announcement for a special time of prayer he is organizing at the state capitol next week.

What: Intercessory, Strategic Prayer inside Colorado State Capitol
When: Friday, September 23 beginning at 1 pm sharp
Where: Inside State Capitol at guided tour staging area, near Ute Flags
Why: Election Integrity for Colorado & Nation, Office of Governor (CO)
How: We will have a guided private tour, including dome area
Who: members of the Body of Christ from a variety of churches

Anyone who is a bible believing prayer warrior is invited to join us.
This will be conducted as a strategic, under the radar, spiritual Delta Force activity

For further information contact:

Tom Schreiner
schreinert52@gmail.com
303-913-0689 cell

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September 14, 2022

SPECIAL REPORT. – FBI seizes Lindell’s phone for Colorado Federal Grand Jury

HERE is the link to a video report, published this morning, abouta somewhat dramatic FBI contact with Mike Lindell in Minnesota, which happened late in the day yesterday. Over the last several days the FBI and DOJ have ramped up their harassment of citizens who are exercising their First Amendment right to publicly question the accuracy of our electronic voting systems.

This particular case should be of interest to Colorado citizens, as it is concerning a federal grand jury inquiry here in Colorado concerning Mesa County clerk and recorder Tina Peters. It is obvious that the DOJ is not satisfied with the flimsy charges the Mesa County DA cooked up against her with his own grand jury and are on their own fishing expedition against this courageous patriot. Clerk Peters has already exposed the illegal destruction of election records and vote manipulation that the Colorado Secretary of State and Dominion voting systems orchestrated in 2020 and 2021.

This video is one hour long. Please watch it and pass it on. Every Colorado citizen needs to know this story of the corruption and abuse our government, at every level, is exerting on the fearless patriots who are sounding the alarms right before this critical election.

For Life and Liberty!

Kevin Lundberg
fmr Colorado State Senator


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September 10, 2022

1. Colorado Recount Broke the Law

2. Potent Message to Biden

3. Trump’s Virtues

4. Constitution Day

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1. Colorado Primary Recount Broke the Law

The Colorado Recount was not conducted according the recount statute (CRS 1-10.5-102) and courts don’t seem to care; so far.

This past week Tina Peters’ lawsuit against the Colorado Secretary of State and the county clerks was dismissed by the court, without giving Tina’s attorney the opportunity to present the merits of the case. HERE is a link to the legal complaint that Tina Peters filed.

Tina Peters filed this suit because the recount of her primary election was conducted in specific violation of the Colorado recount law. The law clearly states that the fist step is for the canvas boards in each county to compare a random sample of the machine counted results of that election with a hand count of the paper ballots counted by those same machines. If any discrepancies are found in the two totals the ballots must be counted by hand. That first required step was completely ignored. Instead the Secretary if state ordered a machine count and the clerks followed her orders and went along with this blatant violation of the law!

A glaring question is obvious. Why is Secretary Griswold refusing to compare the ballots with the machine totals? Is there something she is hiding? She insists Colorado’s elections are the gold standard. Why not follow the law and put it to the test?

Tina assures me she will not give up the fight and will appeal for a fair hearing to a higher court. Please pray that justice and transparency will prevail, before we go through another election (as in this coming November).

2. Potent Message to Biden

Much has been said about the destructive policies of the current administration, but none I have seen or heard have have been more clear or effective than this five minute message from a naturalized citizen. To watch click HERE.

3. Trump’s Virtues

And… a potent contrast is this speech on Donald Trump. I hope you can spend a few minutes with this discourse. It is an excellent analysis of Trump and his role as President. To view click HERE.

4. Constitution Day 

235 years ago, on September 17, the Constitution was signed by the delegates who conceived this new concept of self-governance. I trust all will pause to consider what a blessing this document has been to all Americans, and the entire world.

In Windsor there will be a special program honoring the Constitution which I plan on attending. There is a charge for this event and registration is required. For more information click HERE. Whether or not you can make this meeting, please give some attention and honor to Constitution Day in 2022.

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September 3, 2022

1. Biden’s “Historic” Speech

2. Tina Peters

3. Babylon Bee

4. Alaska’s Terrible Voting System

5. No zoom call on Monday

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1. Biden’s “Historic” Speech

Thursday night Joe Biden gave what was billed as an historic speech to the American people. I listened to as much of it as I could stand. If you want the text to the speech, click HERE.

The speech was historic, but not in the way Joe Biden intended. In my opinion, it was the worst, most dangerous speech ever delivered by a US president in my life time. With the backdrop of Independence Hall, lit with harsh blood-red lights and Marine guards, Joe Biden proved to the nation that he doesn’t understand our system of government and he has very little respect for the people. Claiming his speech to be about unity, he essentially declared war against a great number of us.

These few lines sum up much of what he was aiming at.

“MAGA Republicans do not respect the Constitution. They do not believe in the rule of law. They do not recognize the will of the people. They refuse to accept the results of a free election. And they’re working right now, as I speak in state after state, to give the power to decide elections in America to partisans and cronies, empowering election-deniers to undermine democracy itself.”

BTW, I agree that election deniers are undermining the democratic process, but he is chief among them, denying all of the evidence that the 2020 election was loaded with fraud and, like Jena Griswold, refuses any valid process to test the accuracy of the present voting systems.

Understand this, Biden is not simply going after Trump; he is going after all of us. His administration has flaunted the law and exceeded his constitutional responsibilities in flagrant ways. This speech was an ominous warning that we should heed and work to defeat.

Words fail me in expressing my contempt for his attitude and harsh delivery. It was filled with empty platitudes and claims that were the complete opposite of the truth. Again and again he said that those of us who adhere to the ideals of making American great are a threat to our “democracy.”

First, he doesn’t understand that our nation was not established as a democracy, it is a constitutional republic. This is significant, as a major theme in the speech was preserve the “democracy” and I have observed that those who call for democracy are rarely interested in the Bill of Rights and the constitutional limits of civil government. They are interested in power and control, something Biden has used again and again in these first twenty months of his administration.

Biden’s speech sounded more like a dictator than a US President. Or, to put a better face on this, maybe he is just desperate to find something that works. Inflation is still raging, a recession deepening, the southern border is totally out of control, crime in our major cities is skyrocketing, schools are failing, parents are outraged with the woke culture being pushed on their kids, the military is being compromised by that same woke system… I could go on, but you get the point.

Here is another example from Biden’s speech; “MAGA forces are determined to take this country backwards — backwards to an America where there is no right to choose, no right to privacy, no right to contraception, no right to marry who you love.” This is red meat rhetoric for the hard left, and a direct slap in the face if you are pro-life or pro-marriage, but hardly an accurate counter to making America great again.

I close my observations with a link to a short exchange between Steve Bannon and Arizona candidate for governor, Kari Lake. In less than two minutes they sum it up pretty well. To view it click HERE.

2. Tina Peters

The Mesa County DA is accelerating his criminal proceedings against Tina Peters, while she pursues her lawsuits against the secretary of state and county clerks. I expect several developments in the next few days as Tina continues to defend herself and the integrity of our election systems. In some ways I think Biden’s speech is a reaction to the issues Tina fearlessly bringing before the nation.

3. Babylon Bee

I don’t know if you are aware of the political satire produced by The Babylon Bee. They are very good at poking fun at folks that deserve it. HERE is a link I recommend.

4. Alaska’s Terrible Voting System

The results are in for the special election to replace Alaska’s US representative. Even though Alaska is a strong Republican state, because they have a “jungle” primary where everyone competes on one ballot and the final vote is determined through a complex system called ranked voting, the Democrat candidate won.

Just like Colorado’s open primary, which is a bad idea, jungle primaries are equally frustrating, often yielding a result that does not accurately reflect the will of the people. On top of that ranked voting puts down another layer of confusion, further complicating the election results. Also, be aware that ranked voting makes counting of ballots nearly impossible.

Voters in Fort Collins; be aware that a question allowing ranked voting will be on your November ballot.

5. No zoom call on Monday

As is our normal custom, we take a break from our normal Zoom calls on holidays that fall on Mondays and that includes Labor day on September 5. We will be back the next week, on September 12.


For Life and Liberty!

Kevin Lundberg
fmr Colorado State Senator


As the executive director for the Republican Study Committee of Colorado, I am working to keep this organization a powerful voice for conservative values in the Colorado legislature. We are a non-profit 501(c)4 organization, relying on contributions (which are not tax-deductible).

Donations can be sent to:

The Republican Study Committee of Colorado,P.O. Box 378, Berthoud, CO 80513.

The Republican Study Committee of Colorado(RSCC) is composed of conservative leaders within the Republican caucus of the Colorado legislature.

 

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August 27, 2022

1. Summit and Election Update

2. Griswold Doesn’t Get It

3. Priola

4. Finger Troubles

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What a week!

1. Summit and Election Update

This week started with The Moment of Truth Summit, which I attended in Springfield, Missouri on Saturday and Sunday. I did file a report early Sunday on the Summit, but it continued all that day with much more information about the state of elections in our country.

The big take aways from The Moment of Truth Summit were the premier showing of the documentary (S)Election Code, reports on election highlights from all 50-states, and the fact that over a thousand citizens came from every state who understand that election fraud is rampant in our system. We must do better if the Republic is to survive.

One call to action at the Moment of Truth Summit was asking citizens in every state to collect the cast vote records before the time expires for preserving those records. According to federal law that date is early in September of this year, 22 months after the 2020 election. However, Colorado law requires all records to be maintained for at least 25 months. This does not mean we should hold off, but we should also be aware that no Colorado clerk can legally destroy 2020 election records in Colorado until at least December. All of this information is free and available to all on FrankSpeech.com.

In a related subject, here is an article on an election system that has worked well for many years in France. Everyone votes in-person, with paper ballots, on Election Day, with ID required. All ballots are hand counted that same night. This method leaves very little room for wide spread fraud and therefore confidence in the accuracy of their elections is very high.

2. Griswold Doesn’t Get It

Here in Colorado, the Secretary of State either doesn’t want to understand how to protect our elections or is incapable of understanding how this can be done.

Here is an email that Secretary Griswold sent to her supporters on Friday:

“Even though she lost, Tina Peters, the Big Lie conspiracy theorist who is facing felony charges, refused to concede and demanded a recount in the Republican primary for Secretary of State.

“This is a crucial moment in American history, as election deniers continue to spread misinformation and gain traction around the country, it becomes even more important that everyone stays involved and engaged.

“I needed to reach out to you quickly because we are coming up on our end-of-month deadline. With Big Lie rhetoric still circulating throughout the country, we need to show the strength behind our campaign.

“Please join me in the fight to expand access to the polls and protect the will of the people by rushing in $25 right now.

“Thanks for everything you do,

Jena Griswold”

Clearly Jena Griswold is just trying to raise cash for her campaign, but the substance of this letter ignores the facts and flips the truth on its head. In fact, Tina Peters is only guilty of doing her job; preserving all of the election records. Tina has also sued the Colorado Secretary of State and the County Clerks because they conducted her primary election recount in specific violation of the Colorado recount law. 

I have covered many of the details of this dispute in previous reports, however for the complete picture HERE is a link to the legal complaint that Tina Peters filed. For an expanded view on my views on election integrity issues HERE is a speech that I gave at Truth and Liberty last year.

3. Priola

This past week State Senator Kevin Priola announced he is switching parties from Republican to Democrat. This was an extraordinary move that potentially changes the balance of political power in the Colorado State Senate for 2023 and 2024.

I have seen Colorado state legislators flip parties before, but never in the middle of their term. They understood that the people in their district voted for them with a specific party affiliation. In my opinion, this is a severe betrayal of the voters in his senate district.

Even though Priola’s voting patterns probably won’t change much (he voted consistently with the Democrats), I believe his actions warrant a close look at the recall provisions in Colorado law for the citizens in his district.

4. Finger Troubles

On a personal note, many already know that on Tuesday I had a severe accident with my table saw and nearly cut off three fingers on my left hand. The doctor spent over two hours reattaching the fingers with what was left, however the final prognosis is still uncertain. I have been overwhelmed with care and compassion from so many and I continue to say with absolute certainty that God is good all the time.

I am not sure how this will effect my abilities in the future but I do look forward to whatever adventure God has in store for me and my wonderful family. Thank you for your prayers and support.

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August 21

Special Report on the first day of The Moment of Truth Summit.

As I reported earlier, I am currently attending the The Moment of Truth Summit, which is an in-depth look at the current state of our election systems from across the country. The summit is being live-streamed on Frankspeech.com. Much of the Summit is also available for replaying on Frankspeech.com. I strongly recommend viewing what you can of the Summit today (it will be conducted from 9 AM to 9 PM, Central time).

Some of the highlights from Saturday were state by state reports of election integrity issues. This took a long time to get through all 50 states, but most individual state reports are now available to be viewed one at a time. There is a wealth of specific information to be had from those reports.

I don’t see any rebroadcast available on Frankspeech.com at this time, but the premier showing of the documentary Selection Code was the program last night. This is, essentially, the story of Tina Peters, the clerk and recorder for Mesa County, Colorado. Selection Code is also a detailed description of the deep problems of electronic election systems. This was a powerful presentation of the significant problems we have with our current elections systems AND the clear solution: hand count the ballots. Get rid of the machines that are ripe for fraud and abuse and return to a secure voting system of which we can all have confidence in it’s accuracy and integrity. All aspects of our voting systems must be fortified (voter registration, distribution, collection and storage of ballots, and counting and tabulation of the results) but the most vulnerable and opaque part is the secretive and complex electronic voting machinery. 

I have seen several documentaries designed to unravel the mysteries surrounding election systems. They all reveal certain parts to this intricate puzzle, but Selection Code is the most powerful one produced which I have seen.

If you can, please watch This final day of The Moment of Truth Summitit will be time well spent.

August 20, 2022

1. Election Integrity

2. 87,000 More IRS Agents?

3. Who Feeds Whom?

4. 1,200 Scientists and Scholars Declare “There Is No Climate Emergency”

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1. Election Integrity

As I publish this week’s edition of the Lundberg Report I am in Springfield, Missouri, attending The Moment of Truth Summit. This event, sponsored by Mike Lindell, is a gathering of patriotic citizens from across the country who want to reestablish confidence in our voting systems. This can only accomplished by fixing the problems which have plagued our recent elections. I will take careful notes and report on all I see and hear at this summit.

This week lawsuits have been filed in two Colorado counties challenging the use of Colorado’s electronic voting systems in the November general election. The lawsuits were filed in the state district courts in Mesa and El Paso counties. The basis of the lawsuits is that the electronic voting systems violate Colorado and federal law by systematically deleting files and other data that are required to be maintained under the respective statutes.  Accordingly, it is illegal to use these systems in the upcoming November election. The lawsuits were filed under a special Colorado statute that allows for expedited treatment of complaints about the conduct of upcoming elections. They are supported by an extensive declaration by a well qualified cyber security expert. My thanks to Maurice Emmer for providing this timely report

Finally, here are success stories concerning election integrity. The Family Research Council recently filed this report on the progress several states have made to ensure that their elections do have transparency and accuracy. Click here for their story.

2. 87,000 More IRS Agents?

This week, as the nation once again is learning the meaning of stagflation, the occupant in the White House signed a bill that will tax the people hundreds of billions of dollars and spend the money on inflationary projects, including hiring an estimated 87,000 additional IRS agents. Nothing could go wrong here…

For a little background, here is a short video on one way the IRS recruits their investigative agents. This video was not produced as a political statement, it is a factual report on IRS policies and procedures. I know you will find it informative, from which you can draw your own conclusions.

3. Who Feeds Whom?

For all of us in rural Colorado the governor’s live in companion had some advice, which the FencePost (a rural Colorado newspaper) has published for our edification. Colorado voters ought to know what sort of values and attitudes are held in the Polis household. The story can be found here.


4. 1,200 Scientists and Scholars Declare “There Is No Climate Emergency”

As we are daily barraged by policies that assume global warming is threatening the very existence of life on our planet, it is important to keep this within the perspective of actual experts, who have joined in this declaration, which includes: “Scientists should openly address uncertainties and exaggerations in their predictions of global warming, while politicians should dispassionately count the real costs as well as the imagined benefits of their policy measures…” Click here for more information.

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August 13, 2022

1. Election Misinformation

2. The Fourth Amendment and FBI Raids

3. Message from Ashe in America

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1. Election Misinformation

You have got to watch this 30 second ad to believe it! Former Secretary of State (SOS) Wayne Williams (who was defeated by Griswold in the 2018 election) has teamed up with her to warn us all about “election misinformation.” Talk about the pot calling the kettle black!  In the ad they insist that Colorado’s elections are “safe and secure.”

Well, how about proving it? Griswold had the perfect opportunity last week. She could have simply followed Colorado’s recount law (CRS 1-110.5-102). As I detailed in the last two Lundberg Reports (given below on this page), Griswold conducted an illegal recount by refusing to allow the canvas boards to follow the required test comparison of machine counts and hand counts of the actual paper ballots cast for the GOP SOS primary. Instead she, and now Williams, just bloviate about their “gold standard” without any any proof!

I do agree with one thing Griswold and Williams said. “Always use trusted sources.” My source is the actual Colorado law. Can we get any closer to the facts than that?  The next test of the election system here in Colorado will be the lawsuit that Tina Peters and other candidates have filed against Griswold and the county clerks. Thanks to supporters of these candidates all of the counties have been served the law suit notices and we expect the judge to start the legal process next week. With the general election just around the corner this suit must processed quickly.

For more information on this important issue I recommend this report  from America’s Mom.

2. The Fourth Amendment and FBI Raids

Here in Colorado we have seen this before, Just ask Tina Peters or Sheronna Bishop, but now it is President Trump’s home. The FBI is developing a reputation for police-state tactics of intimidation. And now they have ramped it up to an example that no one will ever forget. Much has been said by many over the past few days and I will not dwell long on this outrageous behavior of an organization that used to be held in high esteem.

However, I bring up this one point: Have we forgotten the Bill of Rights? In all of the hours of news stories and commentaries I have listened to, only once, and then in quick passing, was the Fourth Amendment specifically addressed.

“The right of the people to be secure in their persons, houses, papers, and effects, against unreasonable searches and seizures, shall not be violated, and no Warrants shall issue, but upon probable cause, supported by Oath or affirmation, and particularly describing the place to be searched, and the persons or things to be seized.”

Yes, the FBI was using a search warrant, but this is a clear example of the severe misuse of the Fourth Amendment, particularly when law enforcement wants to go an a “fishing expedition.” It is crystal clear to anyone who carefully considers all of the facts that the executive branch of the Federal Government is abusing our constitutional rights, turning their legitimate police powers into political tools for corrupt purposes.

We must demand better, and the best place to start is at the ballot box this November.

3. Message from Ashe in America

Ashe in America has been providing valuable information on Colorado’s election issues and more. I have found her writing style creative and her information accurate. I consider her a trusted source of much that has been happening here in Colorado and beyond. This week she sent out a dignified request for support and I ask that you give her request  serious consideration.

There are many patriots who have devoted a great deal of their time and energy to election integrity, integrity that is more than hollow promises, integrity that is safe, secure and verified. Ashe is one of those patriots, help her as you are able. Thank you.

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August 6, 2022

1. Statewide Recount Did Not Follow the Colorado Law

2. Moore v. Harper Will Test Independent State Legislature Doctrine

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1. Statewide Recount Did Not Follow the Colorado Law

This story is really a followup to the lead story of last week, concerning the recount of the Secretary of State (SOS) primary election, which can be found below this August 6 edition on this webpage.

As I wrote last week, SOS Griswold insisted on conducting a machine recount, even though the concerns many of us have are with the integrity of the machine counting and tabulating software. This could have all been settled appropriately with a manual, hand count of the actual paper ballots. If the results turned out the same as the original reported results of the primary, Griswold would have been vindicated and we could all have that much more confidence in our election system. If the results of a hand count were very different than the reported totals, all of Colorado would see that we must immediately abandon the machines and conduct future elections with a hand count system.

That is what could have been. What happened this week did not settle anything. At the SOS ‘s orders a machine count was conducted and the results were virtually identical to the first time the machines processed the ballots. No surprise there.

Some claim this settles the matter, but in fact it only proved that the machines continue to act in the same fashion as they did in the original count. What it did not answer was: are the machines accurately tabulating the votes indicated on the original paper ballots? That can only be answered by comparing the original machine count to a hand count of the same ballots.

Additionally, upon careful observation by recount watchers, it was found that the recount was not conducted according to Colorado law in two significant ways. First, the election machines are not properly certified, as required by federal law and the machines have several major vulnerabilities that have not been adequately addressed. Conducting a hand count would circumvent this immediate concern. Secondly, a test comparison of the machines to a hand count of ballots was not conducted before the recount, as required by Colorado law (CRS 1-10.5-102 (3) (a)).

That subsection says: “Prior to any recount, the canvass board shall choose at random and test voting devices used in the candidate race, ballot issue, or ballot question that is the subject of the recount. The board shall use the voting devices it has selected to CONDUCT A COMPARISON of the machine count of the ballots counted on each such voting device for the candidate race, ballot issue, or ballot question to the corresponding manual count of the voter-verified paper records.” (I added the emphasis with the color, capitalizing and bold type.)

This never happened. Instead the SOS required what they call a Limited Risk Audit, which does not give the comparison of what the machine counted originally in the primary to a hand count of those same voted ballots. The above subsection is very clear and it never happened in any county. This is a serious error, which must be corrected for the recount to be valid. It must follow these essential steps required in Colorado law.

Accordingly Tina Peters has filed a suit against SOS Griswold and the county clerks, demanding that they follow the law. That complaint can be found here. I commend clerk and candidate Tina Peters for her tenacity, despite all of the ridicule she is enduring from the media, political pundits and other uninformed “experts.” Because of her courage we may still have a chance to have accurate elections in Colorado, and have confidence in the results.

 

2. Moore v. Harper Will Test Independent State Legislature Doctrine

Here is a case the Supreme Court has taken up for their next session that we need to keep an eye on. It has to do with what is called the Independent State Legislature Doctrine. Essentially it asks, do state legislatures have the absolute authority to draw congressional districts, or can courts step in and change those maps, thus taking over this power from the directly elected, legislative branch of government?

This case might be decided quickly, as it directly impacts the North Carolina congressional elections this November.

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July 30, 2022

1. Statewide SOS Primary Recount is On

2. Digging Deeper Into Election integrity

3. Colorado Enterprises are Now 40% of the Budget

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1. Statewide SOS Primary Recount is On

Over the last few days we have seen some extraordinary moments in the aftermath of the Republican primary. In a last minute push secretary of state (SOS) Republican candidate Tina Peters raised enough money, under the strict rules of campaign finance contributions, to fund a state-wide recount of her race. I sent out a notice to my readers (thank you to all who responded) and Tina appealed to the state and the nation, from which enough money was raised for her to pay the over $250,000 fee to the SOS to demand a recount.

Every county in Colorado is now preparing to conduct the recount next week. However, as of this writing, SOS Griswold is denying the manual hand-count that Peters is demanding, insisting that to follow the law it must be counted by the Dominion software and hardware. It is my understanding that Tina Peters is seeking a court order to force the hand-count.

Griswold is wrong. The law does not support her decision.

The law says in CRS 1-10.5-102 (3) (b) “If the results of the comparison of the machine count and the manual count in accordance with the requirements of subsection (3)(a) of this section are identical, or if any discrepancy is able to be accounted for by voter error, then the recount may be conducted in the same manner as the original ballot count. If the results of the comparison of the machine count and the manual count in accordance with the requirements of subsection (3)(a) of this section are not identical, or if any discrepancy is not able to be accounted for by voter error, a presumption is created that the voter-verified paper records will be used for a final determination unless evidence exists that the integrity of the voter-verified paper records has been irrevocably compromised. The secretary of state shall decide which method of recount is used in each case, based on the secretary’s determination of which method will ensure the most accurate count, subject to judicial review for abuse of discretion. Nothing in this subsection (3) limits any person from pursuing any applicable legal remedy otherwise provided by law.”

To emphasize my argument I colored the most relevant words and phrases in this statute.

 

First, it is clear that both options are a possibility for a recount, machine (electronic), and manual (hand) because the term “may” is used.

Second, it is true that the SOS may choose the machines (electronic) for a recount, but only if the machines have been ruled out as the source of the questionable return totals. If there is a question of the machine’s accuracy, the paper records are to be used under most circumstances. This is what “a presumption is created that the voter-verified paper records will be used for a final determination” means.

In all cases the SOS is to use the method that will “ensure the most accurate count.” When the very reason for the recount is because there is serious concern that the machines have been compromised, the only way to verify the accuracy of the machines is to test their results against a hand count of all ballots cast for the SOS race.

Finally, understanding that a secretary of state may use bad judgment in such a highly charged situation, this statute wisely states the obvious, that the judgement of the SOS is “subject to judicial review for abuse of discretion.” Therefore, as I understand it, an injunction is being sought to overturn Griswold’s decision to reject a hand count.

At this stage of this still developing story I have one more observation.

SOS Griswold’s total rejection of a hand count is strong evidence that the machines have been fraudulently manipulated and Griswold knows it.

If the opposite were true, that the machines are truly the “gold standard” of election integrity, Griswold should welcome a hand recount to prove to the world that the machines are accurate. And in this case Peters and her supporters are the ones who are paying the bill to have the recount test conducted. What better way could SOS Griswold devise to vindicate and validate her claim that the Colorado voting system is the “gold standard?”

9:00 PM, 7/30/22- additional information:

On Friday several counties started the recount process by testing the election machines. However, they did not follow the letter of the law for recount procedures, which are given in parts of 1-10.5-102 that I did not reproduce in this article. Instead they followed the procedures for a regular election and no manual count was included in the test, which the law requires for recounts. Additionally, the test pretty much blew up in their face as 30-60% of the ballots were rejected by the scanner system, requiring them to be individually sorted out, which is taking way too much time to process.

As I see it, the probability of a hand count is growing as their machine process is bogging down, is not following the statutory law for recounts  and ultimately may prove to be unworkable, given the fact that the recount must be completed this week.

2. Digging Deeper Into Election integrity

Here are some resources I ran across recently about election integrity issues here in Colorado and across the nation:

Discussion on Colorado voting issues by two well informed attorneys.

Nation-wide analysis of  recent problems and solutions in state election laws.

Short video on plan to take back precinct leadership across the nation.

3. Colorado Enterprises are Now 40% of the Budget

TABOR allows an exception to it’s strict limits on state revenue and state spending. It is called State Enterprises. Instead of taxes, they charge fees (really taxes).  Over the 30 years of TABOR State Enterprise revenues have ballooned to over 36 times the original amount collected (and spent), without any constraints from the Tax Payers’ Bill of Rights (TABOR).

Here is a link to the details.


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July 23, 2022

1. January 6

2. AZ Suit to End Electronic Voting Machines

3. Sidney Powell

4. UN Food Policy

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1. January 6

With the Congressional committee wrapping up their January 6 show trial, we have been subjected to a lot of fake news. Their narrative is Trump planned this riot as a way to overthrow the government. However, the only thing they got right was somebody did set this up to explode, only the bad actors were Pelosi, Schumer and company, including some leadership in the FBI. For a dose of realty, check out this story and the brief trailer for a documentary on January 6, just released on Friday.

2. AZ Suit to End Electronic Voting Machines

Last Thursday was a big day for voter integrity issues. A suit seeking the elimination of electronic voting systems in Arizona finally was heard before a federal judge. Additionally, in Wisconsin the election commission told clerks to ignore some state election laws. For a real time analysis of that court hearing, the story coming out of Wisconsin and some aspects of the election law in Georgia, watch this program on Frank Speech. Of particular interest is when they listen in on the actual audio of the court hearing, which starts about halfway through the program.

3. Sidney Powell

Sidney Powell is an attorney who has been on the front lines of defending President Trump in the public square. She has been vilified by the mainstream media, like everyone else who is trying to get to the truth of the 2020 election. In this in-depth interview Sidney Powell gives a clear picture of who she is and what she is trying to accomplish. For another dose of realty I recommend this hour long interview.

4. UN Food Policy

Here is a startling report on the food policies of the UN, which are an integral part of their plan called Agenda 2030. With all of the chatter on food shortages and the farmer revolts in Europe, this is an issue that must not be ignored.

As a sidebar to this story, please note that when we have had heat waves before 2000, news reports would simply report on the temperatures and the immediate consequences of those temperatures. Today most of the news reports are trying to make it proof positive of an impending crisis of global warming that will end life on this planet. Hmm… this kind of reminds me of the 18th century Thomas Malthus (look him up), or the following list of false predictions:


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July 16, 2022

1. Recount

2. Tina Peters

3. Court Packing

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1. Recount

This week the Hanks campaign and the Peters campaign both requested a recount of the primary election ballots. Here is a copy of the Peters letter to the Colorado Secretary of State (SOS). Here is the SOS reply. The request pointed out the suspected issue is the counting and reporting system itself and therefore the recount needs to be an actual hand recount to verify the accuracy of the equipment, or demonstrate equipment failures, or intentional manipulation.

If the electronic system is as accurate as the SOS insists it is, one should expect the SOS to welcome this opportunity to demonstrate that accuracy in a very public way. However, the SOS response was to  insist they use the same electronic systems, which will prove nothing. The SOS also required both campaigns pay over $230,000 to initiate the recount. As I understand it, both campaigns have rejected the SOS response and are asking for a recount that will, in fact, really count the actual ballots. Stay tuned…

2. Tina Peters

Tina Peters has been in the news for more than just the recount requests, but somehow I think there is a relationship.
This week she spoke at a conference in Nevada. To hear her speech, which I recommend, click here and start at the 2 hour, 27 minute mark.

Because the Mesa County DA thought she had broken her terms of her pretrial bond the DA initiated an arrest warrant for her. It was a miscommunication on the part of her legal team that created the problem and Friday afternoon the judge did quash (kill) the warrant, but not before many misleading headlines once again created a false narrative against the reputation of Tina.

For a much more accurate picture of this fighting patriot, please click on the above link and listen to the speech she gave in Nevada (it is brief, but powerful).

3. Court Packing

This has not been in the news recently, but there is a very real possibility it will be a major story after the November election. Whether or not the Democrats lose the House and/or Senate, they will still control everything until next January. There will be tremendous pressure on every Democrat senator to support packing Supreme Court with Biden-picked liberals.

This would effectively end the independence of the courts and be the biggest challenge to preserving the Republic since the Civil War.

A recent national poll shows a very big divide on this issue between Democrats and Republicans, both in Congress and across the nation. I will keep a careful eye on this subject and keep you posted.


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July 9, 2022

1. More Good News From Washington

2. Open Primary is a Problem in Several States

3. Colorado Department of Early Childhood

4. Join the Breakfast Club Zoom call every Monday Morning

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1. More Good News From Washington

As a followup to the story I led with last week, here is a 40 minute discussion on the just released Kennedy and Carson decisions from the U. S. Supreme Court. This round table discussion is from the attorneys who argued these cases before the high court. As I said last week, taken together, they represent a huge jump forward in religious freedom and freedom of conscience. Please take the time to check this out. it will have major effect on government programs for decades to come.

2. Open Primary is a Problem in Several States

We have seen, firsthand, many of the problems created by an open primary system in Colorado. Here is a recent story about similar problems in nine other states across the nation. This article points out that this is not just a Colorado problem. More and more conservative leaders are figuring out that the open primary is designed to weed out conservative candidates and leave us with middle of the road politicians.

I reported last week that many troubling irregularities were found in our recently held primary election. Many highly qualified experts are sorting through the evidence and hope to unveil their findings within the week. I look forward to including that valuable information in a future publication of this report.

3. Colorado Department of Early Childhood

The opening website headline for the newly formed Colorado Department of Early Childhood says it all:

Universal Preschool is Coming!

Polis’ latest big project is here, aiming to take over parenting at the earliest ages. This brand new department, authorized by the current Colorado legislature, opened their doors this month and their plans line up perfectly with the woke-socialist agenda of the governor. Combine this with the state’s legislated policies that promote an alphabet soup of genders, a rejection of traditional family values and our nation’s remarkable history of One Nation Under God and we have the next generation (literally) of government as defined by the hard left.


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For more discussion on the issues above and any other topic that may come up, join our Zoom call every Monday morning at 7:30 AM.

Special note for the July 11 call. I ask that any Republican candidate who was not successful  in the recent primary join us for any observations they may have on their having been in the trenches of campaigning in 2022.

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July 2, 2022

1. Good News From Washington

2. Open Primary Opens Pandora’s Box

3. Tucker Carlson on Criminalizing Political Speech

4. No Breakfast Club Zoom Call on Monday, July 4. We will be Back on July 11.
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1. Good News From Washington

This year’s Supreme Court decisions show a major shift in the Court. Overturning Roe v. Wade was just the beginning. Two cases, when taken together, represent a huge jump forward in religious freedom and freedom of conscience.

The case affirming the Washington state high school coach’s constitutional right to publicly pray at the end of a game and the case from Maine, prohibiting the state of Maine from excluding all religious private schools from participating in a state sponsored tuition program both dramatically change court standards for defending the free exercise clause of the First Amendment.

These decisions changed the legal standards for allowing teachers to express their faith. Governments at all levels can allow monuments containing elements of religious faith to be placed on public property and citizens can once again live their lives with their freedom of conscience reaffirmed in the courts of our nation. This may affect over 20,000 court decisions made on this subject over the past several decades.

Similar decisions on the Second Amendment, limits to EPA authority, etc. all point to a definite shift in the Court. I see a much greater respect for the constitutional limitations on government, support for individual rights and a respect of states’ jurisdictional authority. This is great news (thank Donald Trump for great nominations).

Now we must make sure Congress does not destroy the Court and these great steps forward for freedom with court packing…

2. Open Primary Opens Pandora’s Box
-report amended 5:18 PM, July 2-

Amendment to report: Today I learned of serious anomalies that are reported to have been found in the Colorado primary election results. I will report more on this breaking story as confirmed information becomes available.

This week’s primary election was a clear demonstration of how dysfunctional Colorado’s open primary system has become. Of the ten people I endorsed nine were top line candidates, meaning they won their district assembly and were therefore the top choice of active Republicans in their district. Eight of the ten lost their primary election.

I did not pick those I endorsed because they were top line candidates, I picked them because they stood most clearly for limited, constitutional government policies. Apparently the Republicans in their respective districts also considered them the best candidates. The most troubling outcome was for secretary of state. Here is a more detailed analysis of that upside-down election result.

Unfortunately, Colorado Republicans no longer pick who they want to represent the party on the November ballot. Statewide a little less than a million ballots are mailed to Republicans, but 1.6 million Republican ballots are also mailed to non-Republican, unaffiliated voters. The party has lost control over the party’s main function, to field candidates in the general elections.

Sending out primary ballots to 1.6 million non-Republicans gives a wide open field for dark money from bad actors to step in and corrupt the primary voting process. There are more than enough legitimate concerns with the overall integrity of our voting systems from the bad actors (more on that in future newsletters). We should not also have such sloppy election laws that intentionally scramble the election process.

This is why I have been an advocate for challenging Colorado’s open primary in court. I look forward to the day when the Colorado GOP gets onboard with our work to take this to court and challenge Colorado’s clearly unconstitutional, open primary system. If you agree, please consider two actions.

Tell the state GOP leaders that they have an obligation to follow the Republican State Central Committee’s resolution from the September of 2021 meeting to take this to federal court. Secondly, help fund the effort by contributing to the legal fund we set up because the party has not yet acted on this critical issue. Click here for more information.

3. Tucker Carlson on Criminalizing Political Speech

Tucker Carlson issued a stark warning concerning Biden’s DOJ’s recent actions to criminalize political speech. Watch it here.


4. No Breakfast Club Zoom Call on Monday, July 4. We will be Back on July 11.

It is independence Day! Spend the day exercising your constitutional freedoms. Celebrate your God-given, inalienable rights. As is our custom, the Breakfast club does not meet on major holidays. We will be Back on July 11.

For Life and Liberty!

Kevin Lundberg
fmr Colorado State Senator


As the executive director for the Republican Study Committee of Colorado, I am working to keep this organization a powerful voice for conservative values in the Colorado legislature. We are a non-profit 501(c)4 organization, relying on contributions (which are not tax-deductible).

Donations can be sent to:

The Republican Study Committee of Colorado,P.O. Box 378, Berthoud, CO 80513.

The Republican Study Committee of Colorado(RSCC) is composed of conservative leaders within the Republican caucus of the Colorado legislature.

 

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June 22, 2022 – amended on June 24

Roe v Wade Overturned!

By now most should know the keystone decision for this year’s Supreme Court session was released today (June 24). After 49 years one of the most troubling court decisions was overturned. I did a state by state study of the state laws three years ago and came to the conclusion that ending Roe might reduce abortions nation-wide by about 10%. It also moves the political debate to where it legally belongs, in the hands of the states.

This was a watershed moment, but it does not end the debate, it merely moves it to the next level, for a state by state struggle as we continue to work for the defense of the defenseless. This is a battle for the millions of children who are alive, growing, but not yet born. I pray we will have the fortitude to engage in this political fight until children are recognized with their God-given right to life, which is the only way they can enjoy liberty and the pursuit of happiness.

SPECIAL EDITION: PRE-PRIMARY, MUST WATCH REPORT

I “stopped the presses” for this week’s report and published this vital message ASAP that every voter in Colorado needs to watch.

It is long (one hour), but essential to know before voting in this year’s primary. If you have already sent your ballot in still watch this report and pass it on to others. I have been following the election fraud issue for decades, and very closely since the 2020 election. I have never seen this story told in clearer terms than this interview with Tina Peters.

There have been several reports, documentaries and interviews which I have passed on to you in my weekly reports. If you followed all of it, you know, as I do, that our election systems have been severely compromised. However, each report only covers a part of the problem, as it is a complex issue, with multiple vulnerabilities. No one report can give the entire picture.

This one hour interview of Tina Peters gives the big picture in a way that I have not seen before. I am convinced that every voter, from every party, needs this information before voting again.

Please view this interview and please pass this on before the final day of the primary election, which is less than one week away!

To View this Interview Click on the Image

The link to the interview is: https://americacanwetalk.org/interview-with-tina-peters-and-sherronna-bishop-6-09-22-full-episode/

This is all I expect to be covering until after the Primary election next week. Please pass this on!

P.S. For the complete list of my primary endorsements, scroll down this page to the June 18 report,  item numer three.

June 18, 2022

1. Excellent Analysis of the Current Energy Crisis

2. Reactions to Roe Decision

3. My Primary Endorsements

4. Join the Breakfast Club Zoom call every Monday Morning
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1. Excellent Analysis of the Current Energy Crisis

 

Here is a video analysis ofthe current energy crisis. It is about 14 minutes long and well worth the time it will take to watch:  https://rumble.com/v18jxzh-dave-walsh-regulatory-issues-by-the-elite-have-pushed-energy-prices-highave.html.

2. Reactions to Roe Decision

As of this writing, the Roe decision has yet to be released, but expect a severe response from what will be the final decision from the Supreme Court. Here is a sobering report on what some in the left has in mind.


3. My Primary Endorsements

The primary election ends on June 28 and the campaigns are fully engaged! Help us get the word out to everyone.

Ron Hanks at campaign meeting in Parker on June 17

In Larimer County, for Sheriff I recommend Jeff Fisher. I have listened to both candidates several times, and whereas I see some encouraging aspects of both men, I have a greater confidence level in Jeff’s ability to lead and his basic principles of good government policies.

For House District 49 (rural parts of Larimer and Boulder counties, and all of Clear Creek and Gilpin counties) I like both candidates and wish them both well for the primary election.

In House District 51, the Loveland district, I am endorsing Austin Hein, the challenger to the current incumbent, who is currently the Republican leader in the House. I am not satisfied with how the incumbent has led the Republican caucus and I think we need a change.

South and West of Denver Congressional District 7 has become a possible pickup for the Republicans. It is a competitive race in the primary as well, with three candidates. My choice is Laurel Imer. Her two competitors are both strong candidates, but Laurel is the America First candidate who has worked hard and will, in my opinion, best fight for our rights in Congress.

In the new Congressional District 8 my choice for Congress is Lori Saine (BTW, I had trouble getting to her website, big tech is apparently trying to shut down Lori’s website). She was a reliable conservative vote in the Colorado House for many years. I believe Lori will best represent our conservative values in the tough environment of ‘Washington DC. For state school board in CD8 my choice is Peggy Propst. Peggy has already served on the state school board. Her experience assures me she knows how to be most effective on that important board.

Some months ago I endorsed two candidates for the Colorado House, which I had neglected to put in this list of endorsements. They are Bill Jack, in the Castle Rock area and Gabe Evans in Adams and Weld counties. Both men are solid in their principles and well prepared to be effective legislators .

For the Colorado secretary of state my choice is Tina Peters, without any question. Her most formidable opponent calls Colorado’s broken election system the “gold standard” and she played a key role in distributing over $300,000,000 of Zuckerberg’s money in the 2020 race, most of which was spent on get-out-the-vote efforts in Democrat areas of the key swing states.

Peters has proven to be a fighter and she is fighting for the right causes. The “indictments” levied against her is nothing more than political mud slinging, which I have covered in some detail over the past several weeks. The third candidate is, in my opinion, a spoiler, attempting to divide the vote three ways, possibly eroding the vote total for Tina Peters. I don’t see him as much of a fighter, or having much of a chance of actually winning in November, like Tina.

For governor I choose Greg Lopez. I think he holds the best prospect of winning in November and I am confident in his values and diligence. His primary opponent is a worthy candidate, but my choice is Greg Lopez.

Ron Hanks is my clear choice for US Senate. His performance as a hard working, conservative state legislator, 30+ years in the Air Force, including serving as an intelligence officer, staunch support for the unborn and thoughtful approach to every subject tells me he will be a leader for the right reasons in the US Senate. His primary opponent is not pro-life, has, over the past dozen years, contributed to three times more Democrats than Republicans and has no experience as a legislator at any level. He has more money, but Hanks has an incredible grassroots team and a better, proven track record.

I have a few observations on a controversy that has arisen in some of the statewide races in the Republican primary. A lot of dark money from the left is running ads and sending out a lot of mailers promoting one Republican candidate over another and many Republicans are understandably upset over this development. It is the inevitable result of our open primary system, where unaffiliated voters are sent Republican and Democrat ballots. With such a wide field of potential voters it is too tempting to the bad actors to not play in the other party’s primary election.

I regret that too many Republican leaders were quick to declare that some Republican candidates were “unelectable.” These. public declarations were not so subtle invitations to the bad actors to try to play the field in Republican primaries. It would have been much better if the Republican Party had actively pursued the legal challenge to the open primary in 2022. At a bare minimum they now need to immediately stop showing such distain for dully elected Republican candidates and get on board with the federal challenge to the open primary system for 2024 and beyond.

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June 11, 2022

1. Political Theater While the Country Burns

2. My Primary Endorsements

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1. Political Theater While the Country Burns

 

What a week of contrasts. Inflation continues to rage, our Southern border gets worse every week, food, gas and other essentials are getting out of reach for far too many households. Public schools have become indoctrination centers for the left, big tech and big corporations have become woke censor machines and the intellectual elite are successfully convincing far too many that the often heralded, but never realized global warming myth is the greatest existential threat to mankind. In short, the world seems to be spinning out of control.

And Congress is fixated on destroying Donald Trump with their political theater. They don’t have time to address the very real problems we are facing every day,  but they can still stop everything to drag out a dog and pony show in prime time for the nation. I hope the nation can see through their distraction show and have enough sense to throw the bums out in November. Concerning the “case” they are building against President Trump, I have seen enough evidence of voter fraud in 2020 and have had enough personal conversations with Trump’s personal lawyers, who were on the ground with the President in January of 2021 to know better than what the left is throwing at us.

The bottom line? The left is lying. Don’t believe their lies and don’t waste any more time on their antics.

Here in Colorado, with the primary voting going on for most of this month, The political theater is also ramping up. Don’t buy it. Do your own research and vote accordingly.

BTW, Add these interesting and significant links to your research effort, before casting your votes for the primary candidates:

Hand count changes results in Georgia election

Former congressman pleads guilty to election fraud

New documentary on Tina Peters

Warning from J6 political prisoner

2. My Primary Endorsements

I first published my recommendations last week and I repeat it here as the actual election day is not until June 28.

In Larimer County, for Sheriff I recommend Jeff Fisher. I have listened to both candidates several times, and whereas I see some encouraging aspects of both men, I have a greater confidence level in Jeff’s ability to lead and his basic principles of good government policies.

For House District 49 (rural parts of Larimer and Boulder counties, and all of Clear Creek and Gilpin counties) I like both candidates and wish them both well for the primary election.

In House District 51, the Loveland district, I am endorsing Austin Hein, the challenger to the current incumbent, who is currently the Republican leader in the House. I am not satisfied with how the incumbent has led the Republican caucus and I think we need a change.

South and West of Denver Congressional District 7 has become a possible pickup for the Republicans. It is a competitive race in the primary as well, with three candidates. My choice is Laurel Imer. Her two competitors are both strong candidates, but Laurel is the America First candidate who has worked hard and will, in my opinion, best fight for our rights in Congress.

In the new Congressional District 8 my choice for Congress is Lori Saine (BTW, I had trouble getting to her website, big tech is apparently trying to shut down Lori’s website). She was a reliable conservative vote in the Colorado House for many years. I believe Lori will best represent our conservative values in the tough environment of ‘Washington DC. For state school board in CD8 my choice is Peggy Propst. Peggy has already served on the state school board. Her experience assures me she knows how to be most effective on that important board.

For the Colorado secretary of state my choice is Tina Peters, without any question. Her most formidable opponent calls Colorado’s broken election system the “gold standard” and she played a key role in distributing over $300,000,000 of Zuckerberg’s money in the 2020 race, most of which was spent on get-out-the-vote efforts in Democrat areas of the key swing states.

Peters has proven to be a fighter and she is fighting for the right causes. The “indictments” levied against her is nothing more than political mud slinging, which I have covered in some detail over the past several weeks. The third candidate is, in my opinion, a spoiler, attempting to divide the vote three ways, possibly eroding the vote total for Tina Peters. I don’t see him as much of a fighter, or having much of a chance of actually winning in November, like Tina.

For governor I choose Greg Lopez. I think he holds the best prospect of winning in November and I am confident in his values and diligence. His primary opponent is a worthy candidate, but my choice is Greg Lopez.

Ron Hanks is my clear choice for US Senate. His performance as a hard working, conservative state legislator, 30+ years in the Air Force, including serving as an intelligence officer, staunch support for the unborn and thoughtful approach to every subject tells me he will be a leader for the right reasons in the US Senate. His opponent is not pro-life, has, over the past dozen years, contributed to three times more Democrats than Republicans and has no experience as a legislator at any level. He has more money, but Hanks has an incredible grassroots team and a better, proven track record.

I have been asked to introduce Ron at a fundraiser for Ron and Tina next week, and pass along the invitation to you:

AMERICA 1st Candidates Making Colorado Proud again

RON HANKS -US Senate

TINA PETERS -Colorado Secretary of State

Meet / Greet / Fundraiser

When:  Friday June 17  Time: 5:30 pm

Where: Evie Zur’s Place  5915 Ponderosa Way,

The Pinery of Parker

A GARDEN PARTY PICNIC STYLE POTLUCK

Bring ONE of the following to share.

APPETIZER / CHICKEN (Fried, Baked, or Wings) SIDE / SALAD / DESSERT / BEER or WINE

Close in parking /Lawn chair ensures seat /Bring Sweater
OUTDOOR MOVIE 2000 MULES at 8:30 + TRAILERof Tina Documentary, Selection Code

NO SOCIAL MEDIA PLEASE!                         WORD OF MOUTH                          Getting invites out quietly on your conservative networks

BTW, many of my choices fly in the face of the established Republican political class in Colorado. Their claim (the established Republican political class in Colorado) is these candidates do not stand a chance of winning in November, hence we should not vote for them in the primary. However, most of the problem these candidates have in being electable is the established Republican political class in Colorado has declared them unelectable!

If the established Republican political class in Colorado would stop declaring certain candidates unelectable and stop betting on candidates who do not represent the party’s values (think O’Dea and Anderson…), the Colorado GOP might start winning statewide races again.

And I am not alone in this assessment. Of the eight candidates I have endorsed, seven of them were the top choice in their Republican assemblies. I think the established Republican political class in Colorado ought to seriously reassess their collective political wisdom. They are clearly not in line with the party platform, the delegates in Republican assemblies, or winning combinations in November…

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Donations can be sent to:

The Republican Study Committee of Colorado,P.O. Box 378, Berthoud, CO 80513.

The Republican Study Committee of Colorado(RSCC) is composed of conservative leaders within the Republican caucus of the Colorado legislature.

 

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June 4, 2022 with additions added on June 5

1. My Primary Endorsements

2. Western Conservative Summit

3. Join the Breakfast Club Zoom call every Monday Morning
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1. My Primary Endorsements

 

The primary ballots are scheduled to be mailed out next week. Here are my endorsements for many of the competitive state-wide and local Republican races in the Northern Colorado area:

In Larimer County, for Sheriff I recommend Jeff Fisher. I have listened to both candidates several times, and whereas I see some encouraging aspects of both men, I have a greater confidence level in Jeff’s ability to lead and his basic principles of good government policies.

For House District 49 (rural parts of Larimer, Boulder, all of Clear Creek and ‘Gilpin counties I like both candidates and wish them both well for the primary election.

In House District 51, the Loveland district, I am endorsing Austin Hein, the challenger to the current incumbent, who is currently the Republican leader in the House. I am not satisfied with how the incumbent has lead the Republican caucus and I think we need a change.

South and West of Denver Congressional District 7 has become a possible pickup for the Republicans. It is a competitive race in the primary as well, with three candidates. My choice is Laurel Imer. Her two competitors are both strong candidates, but Laurel is the America First candidate who has worked hard and will, in my opinion, best fight for our rights in Congress.

In the new Congressional District 8 my choice for Congress is Lori Saine. She was a reliable conservative vote in the Colorado House for many years. I believe Lori will best represent our conservative values in the tough environment of ‘Washington DC. For state school board in CD8 my choice is Peggy Propst. Peggy has already served on the state school board. Her experience assures me she knows how to be most effective on that board.

For the Colorado secretary of state my choice is Tina Peters, without any question. Her most formidable opponent helped distribute over $300,000,000 of Zuckerberg’s money in the 2020 race, most of which was spent on Democrat areas of the key swing states.

Peters has proven to be a fighter and she is fighting for the right causes. The “indictments” levied against her is nothing more than political mud slinging, which I have covered in some detail over the past several weeks. The third candidate is, in my opinion, a spoiler, attempting to divide the vote three ways, possibly eroding the vote total for Tina Peters. I don’t see him as much of a fighter, like Tina.

For governor I choose Greg Lopez. I think he holds the best prospect of winning in November and I am confident in his values and diligence. His primary opponent is a worthy candidate, but my choice is Greg Lopez.

Ron Hanks is my clear choice for US Senate. His performance as a hard working, conservative state legislator, 30+ years in the Air Force, including serving as an intelligence officer, staunch support for the unborn and thoughtful approach to every subject tell me he will be a leader for the right reasons in the US Senate. His opponent is not pro-life, has, over the past dozen years, contributed to three times more Democrats than Republicans and has no experience as a legislator at any level. He has more money, but Hanks has an incredible grassroots team and a better, proven track record.


2. Western Conservative Summit

Greg Lopez, candidate for governor giving speech on the main stage.

On June 3 and 4 the Western Conservative Summit was held. This annual event is always a highlight for conservatives in the West. As has always been the case, it was two days packed with information, encouragement and inspiration. I strongly recommend this significant, annual event.

2. Join the Breakfast Club Zoom call every Monday Morning

For more discussion on the issues above and any other topic that may come up, join our Zoom call every Monday morning at 7:30 AM.

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 Go to the archive pages for earlier editions.

I lead this week’s report with a recent picture of the front window of the Larimer County Republican office. It is said that a picture tells a thousand words…

Does this vandalism of the GOP headquarters in Fort Collins have anything to with Biden’s inflammatory speech in front of Independence Hall?

Thanks Joe.

2. Polis Imports California’s Radical Ideas

Here is a troubling story of California’s radical attacks on our nation’s energy resources. California will be banning gas heaters, as described in this story. However, understand that Colorado’s Governor Polis has locked Colorado’s air control policies to California policies, so any time you see some extreme “green” agenda coming out of “California,” just insert the word “Colorado” because that is the policy system Polis has baked into our state’s laws.

And here is another discussion from a nationally published magazine on how California AND Colorado policies are implementing the “green” agenda.For more information on this subject seeSB21-200, HB19-1261 and HB19-1188.

 


3. Why Everyone Needs an AR-15


For the best argument I have seen against government gun control watch this interesting and informative videothat was published just a few days ago.

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Kevin Lundberg
fmr Colorado State Senator


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Donations can be sent to:

The Republican Study Committee of Colorado,P.O. Box 378, Berthoud, CO 80513.

The Republican Study Committee of Colorado(RSCC) is composed of conservative leaders within the Republican caucus of the Colorado legislature.

 

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September 24, 2022

1. Attack on GOP Office 

2. Polis Imports California’s Radical Ideas

3. Why Everyone Needs an AR-15

4. Join the Breakfast Club Zoom Call Every Monday Morning

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1. Attack on GOP Office

I lead this week’s report with a recent picture of the front window of the Larimer County Republican office. It is said that a picture tells a thousand words…

Does this vandalism of the GOP headquarters in Fort Collins have anything to with Biden’s inflammatory speech in front of Independence Hall?

Thanks Joe.

2. Polis Imports California’s Radical Ideas

Here is a troubling story of California’s radical attacks on our nation’s energy resources. California will be banning gas heaters, as described in this story. However, understand that Colorado’s Governor Polis has locked Colorado’s air control policies to California policies, so any time you see some extreme “green” agenda coming out of “California,” just insert the word “Colorado” because that is the policy system Polis has baked into our state’s laws.

And here is another discussion from a nationally published magazine on how California AND Colorado policies are implementing the “green” agenda.For more information on this subject seeSB21-200, HB19-1261 and HB19-1188.

 


3. Why Everyone Needs an AR-15


For the best argument I have seen against government gun control watch this interesting and informative videothat was published just a few days ago.

4. Join the Breakfast Club Zoom Call Every Monday Morning

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The Republican Study Committee of Colorado,P.O. Box 378, Berthoud, CO 80513.

The Republican Study Committee of Colorado(RSCC) is composed of conservative leaders within the Republican caucus of the Colorado legislature.

 

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September 17, 2022

1. Constitution Day 

2. DOJ Harassing Biden Opponents

3. Commentary on Higher Education

4. Intercessory, Strategic Prayer inside Colorado State Capitol

5. Join the Breakfast Club Zoom Call Every Monday Morning

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1. Constitution Day

“We the People of the United States, in Order to form a more perfect Union, establish Justice, insure domestic Tranquility, provide for the common defence, promote the general Welfare, and secure the Blessings of Liberty to ourselves and our Posterity, do ordain and establish this Constitution for the United States of America.”

235 years ago today, September 17, the U.S. Constitution was signed. With the exception of God’s Holy Word, this was to become the most significant document in the history of the world. It was the first time a nation was founded on the unique idea of limited government and self-governance, specifically designed within one concise document. Many nations have followed with their own written constitutions, but the average life span of those plans has been less than 20 years. The U.S. Constitution has endured many challenges over many generations. It is a testament to the wisdom, foresight and solid principles of the patriots who created the Constitution.

It is not perfect. We have amended it 27 times, but that too was part of the plan. Take a few moments today to ponder the blessings we enjoy because of this solid foundation for our land. And keep it within the context of that other great document, the Declaration of Independence.

“We hold these Truths to be self-evident, that all Men are created equal, that they are endowed by their Creator with certain unalienable Rights, that among these are Life, Liberty, and the Pursuit of Happiness—-That to secure these Rights, Governments are instituted among Men, deriving their just Powers from the Consent of the Governed…”

2. DOJ Harassing Biden Opponents

In four minutes Tucker Carlson drills down to the core reasons for the Department of Justice’s unjust and illegal violations of our Constitutional Fourth Amendment rights. To watch click HERE.

3. Commentary on Higher Education

Higher education is in deep trouble. Enrollment is down and tuition costs are up.Too many schools have become little more than woke, politically correct indoctrination centers. There are notable exceptions which Colorado Christian University’s chancellor, Dr. Donald Sweeting wrote about in this recently published in the Washington Times commentary. To read it click here.

4. Intercessory, Strategic Prayer inside Colorado State Capitol

Unfortunately I will be out of state, but Tom Schreiner sent me this announcement for a special time of prayer he is organizing at the state capitol next week.

What: Intercessory, Strategic Prayer inside Colorado State Capitol
When: Friday, September 23 beginning at 1 pm sharp
Where: Inside State Capitol at guided tour staging area, near Ute Flags
Why: Election Integrity for Colorado & Nation, Office of Governor (CO)
How: We will have a guided private tour, including dome area
Who: members of the Body of Christ from a variety of churches

Anyone who is a bible believing prayer warrior is invited to join us.
This will be conducted as a strategic, under the radar, spiritual Delta Force activity

For further information contact:

Tom Schreiner
schreinert52@gmail.com
303-913-0689 cell

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The Republican Study Committee of Colorado(RSCC) is composed of conservative leaders within the Republican caucus of the Colorado legislature.

 

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September 14, 2022

SPECIAL REPORT. – FBI seizes Lindell’s phone for Colorado Federal Grand Jury

HERE is the link to a video report, published this morning, abouta somewhat dramatic FBI contact with Mike Lindell in Minnesota, which happened late in the day yesterday. Over the last several days the FBI and DOJ have ramped up their harassment of citizens who are exercising their First Amendment right to publicly question the accuracy of our electronic voting systems.

This particular case should be of interest to Colorado citizens, as it is concerning a federal grand jury inquiry here in Colorado concerning Mesa County clerk and recorder Tina Peters. It is obvious that the DOJ is not satisfied with the flimsy charges the Mesa County DA cooked up against her with his own grand jury and are on their own fishing expedition against this courageous patriot. Clerk Peters has already exposed the illegal destruction of election records and vote manipulation that the Colorado Secretary of State and Dominion voting systems orchestrated in 2020 and 2021.

This video is one hour long. Please watch it and pass it on. Every Colorado citizen needs to know this story of the corruption and abuse our government, at every level, is exerting on the fearless patriots who are sounding the alarms right before this critical election.

For Life and Liberty!

Kevin Lundberg
fmr Colorado State Senator


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September 10, 2022

1. Colorado Recount Broke the Law

2. Potent Message to Biden

3. Trump’s Virtues

4. Constitution Day

5. Join the Breakfast Club Zoom Call Every Monday Morning

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1. Colorado Primary Recount Broke the Law

The Colorado Recount was not conducted according the recount statute (CRS 1-10.5-102) and courts don’t seem to care; so far.

This past week Tina Peters’ lawsuit against the Colorado Secretary of State and the county clerks was dismissed by the court, without giving Tina’s attorney the opportunity to present the merits of the case. HERE is a link to the legal complaint that Tina Peters filed.

Tina Peters filed this suit because the recount of her primary election was conducted in specific violation of the Colorado recount law. The law clearly states that the fist step is for the canvas boards in each county to compare a random sample of the machine counted results of that election with a hand count of the paper ballots counted by those same machines. If any discrepancies are found in the two totals the ballots must be counted by hand. That first required step was completely ignored. Instead the Secretary if state ordered a machine count and the clerks followed her orders and went along with this blatant violation of the law!

A glaring question is obvious. Why is Secretary Griswold refusing to compare the ballots with the machine totals? Is there something she is hiding? She insists Colorado’s elections are the gold standard. Why not follow the law and put it to the test?

Tina assures me she will not give up the fight and will appeal for a fair hearing to a higher court. Please pray that justice and transparency will prevail, before we go through another election (as in this coming November).

2. Potent Message to Biden

Much has been said about the destructive policies of the current administration, but none I have seen or heard have have been more clear or effective than this five minute message from a naturalized citizen. To watch click HERE.

3. Trump’s Virtues

And… a potent contrast is this speech on Donald Trump. I hope you can spend a few minutes with this discourse. It is an excellent analysis of Trump and his role as President. To view click HERE.

4. Constitution Day 

235 years ago, on September 17, the Constitution was signed by the delegates who conceived this new concept of self-governance. I trust all will pause to consider what a blessing this document has been to all Americans, and the entire world.

In Windsor there will be a special program honoring the Constitution which I plan on attending. There is a charge for this event and registration is required. For more information click HERE. Whether or not you can make this meeting, please give some attention and honor to Constitution Day in 2022.

5. Join the Breakfast Club Zoom Call Every Monday Morning

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The Republican Study Committee of Colorado(RSCC) is composed of conservative leaders within the Republican caucus of the Colorado legislature.

 

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September 3, 2022

1. Biden’s “Historic” Speech

2. Tina Peters

3. Babylon Bee

4. Alaska’s Terrible Voting System

5. No zoom call on Monday

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1. Biden’s “Historic” Speech

Thursday night Joe Biden gave what was billed as an historic speech to the American people. I listened to as much of it as I could stand. If you want the text to the speech, click HERE.

The speech was historic, but not in the way Joe Biden intended. In my opinion, it was the worst, most dangerous speech ever delivered by a US president in my life time. With the backdrop of Independence Hall, lit with harsh blood-red lights and Marine guards, Joe Biden proved to the nation that he doesn’t understand our system of government and he has very little respect for the people. Claiming his speech to be about unity, he essentially declared war against a great number of us.

These few lines sum up much of what he was aiming at.

“MAGA Republicans do not respect the Constitution. They do not believe in the rule of law. They do not recognize the will of the people. They refuse to accept the results of a free election. And they’re working right now, as I speak in state after state, to give the power to decide elections in America to partisans and cronies, empowering election-deniers to undermine democracy itself.”

BTW, I agree that election deniers are undermining the democratic process, but he is chief among them, denying all of the evidence that the 2020 election was loaded with fraud and, like Jena Griswold, refuses any valid process to test the accuracy of the present voting systems.

Understand this, Biden is not simply going after Trump; he is going after all of us. His administration has flaunted the law and exceeded his constitutional responsibilities in flagrant ways. This speech was an ominous warning that we should heed and work to defeat.

Words fail me in expressing my contempt for his attitude and harsh delivery. It was filled with empty platitudes and claims that were the complete opposite of the truth. Again and again he said that those of us who adhere to the ideals of making American great are a threat to our “democracy.”

First, he doesn’t understand that our nation was not established as a democracy, it is a constitutional republic. This is significant, as a major theme in the speech was preserve the “democracy” and I have observed that those who call for democracy are rarely interested in the Bill of Rights and the constitutional limits of civil government. They are interested in power and control, something Biden has used again and again in these first twenty months of his administration.

Biden’s speech sounded more like a dictator than a US President. Or, to put a better face on this, maybe he is just desperate to find something that works. Inflation is still raging, a recession deepening, the southern border is totally out of control, crime in our major cities is skyrocketing, schools are failing, parents are outraged with the woke culture being pushed on their kids, the military is being compromised by that same woke system… I could go on, but you get the point.

Here is another example from Biden’s speech; “MAGA forces are determined to take this country backwards — backwards to an America where there is no right to choose, no right to privacy, no right to contraception, no right to marry who you love.” This is red meat rhetoric for the hard left, and a direct slap in the face if you are pro-life or pro-marriage, but hardly an accurate counter to making America great again.

I close my observations with a link to a short exchange between Steve Bannon and Arizona candidate for governor, Kari Lake. In less than two minutes they sum it up pretty well. To view it click HERE.

2. Tina Peters

The Mesa County DA is accelerating his criminal proceedings against Tina Peters, while she pursues her lawsuits against the secretary of state and county clerks. I expect several developments in the next few days as Tina continues to defend herself and the integrity of our election systems. In some ways I think Biden’s speech is a reaction to the issues Tina fearlessly bringing before the nation.

3. Babylon Bee

I don’t know if you are aware of the political satire produced by The Babylon Bee. They are very good at poking fun at folks that deserve it. HERE is a link I recommend.

4. Alaska’s Terrible Voting System

The results are in for the special election to replace Alaska’s US representative. Even though Alaska is a strong Republican state, because they have a “jungle” primary where everyone competes on one ballot and the final vote is determined through a complex system called ranked voting, the Democrat candidate won.

Just like Colorado’s open primary, which is a bad idea, jungle primaries are equally frustrating, often yielding a result that does not accurately reflect the will of the people. On top of that ranked voting puts down another layer of confusion, further complicating the election results. Also, be aware that ranked voting makes counting of ballots nearly impossible.

Voters in Fort Collins; be aware that a question allowing ranked voting will be on your November ballot.

5. No zoom call on Monday

As is our normal custom, we take a break from our normal Zoom calls on holidays that fall on Mondays and that includes Labor day on September 5. We will be back the next week, on September 12.


For Life and Liberty!

Kevin Lundberg
fmr Colorado State Senator


As the executive director for the Republican Study Committee of Colorado, I am working to keep this organization a powerful voice for conservative values in the Colorado legislature. We are a non-profit 501(c)4 organization, relying on contributions (which are not tax-deductible).

Donations can be sent to:

The Republican Study Committee of Colorado,P.O. Box 378, Berthoud, CO 80513.

The Republican Study Committee of Colorado(RSCC) is composed of conservative leaders within the Republican caucus of the Colorado legislature.

 

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August 27, 2022

1. Summit and Election Update

2. Griswold Doesn’t Get It

3. Priola

4. Finger Troubles

5. Join the Breakfast Club Zoom Call Every Monday Morning

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What a week!

1. Summit and Election Update

This week started with The Moment of Truth Summit, which I attended in Springfield, Missouri on Saturday and Sunday. I did file a report early Sunday on the Summit, but it continued all that day with much more information about the state of elections in our country.

The big take aways from The Moment of Truth Summit were the premier showing of the documentary (S)Election Code, reports on election highlights from all 50-states, and the fact that over a thousand citizens came from every state who understand that election fraud is rampant in our system. We must do better if the Republic is to survive.

One call to action at the Moment of Truth Summit was asking citizens in every state to collect the cast vote records before the time expires for preserving those records. According to federal law that date is early in September of this year, 22 months after the 2020 election. However, Colorado law requires all records to be maintained for at least 25 months. This does not mean we should hold off, but we should also be aware that no Colorado clerk can legally destroy 2020 election records in Colorado until at least December. All of this information is free and available to all on FrankSpeech.com.

In a related subject, here is an article on an election system that has worked well for many years in France. Everyone votes in-person, with paper ballots, on Election Day, with ID required. All ballots are hand counted that same night. This method leaves very little room for wide spread fraud and therefore confidence in the accuracy of their elections is very high.

2. Griswold Doesn’t Get It

Here in Colorado, the Secretary of State either doesn’t want to understand how to protect our elections or is incapable of understanding how this can be done.

Here is an email that Secretary Griswold sent to her supporters on Friday:

“Even though she lost, Tina Peters, the Big Lie conspiracy theorist who is facing felony charges, refused to concede and demanded a recount in the Republican primary for Secretary of State.

“This is a crucial moment in American history, as election deniers continue to spread misinformation and gain traction around the country, it becomes even more important that everyone stays involved and engaged.

“I needed to reach out to you quickly because we are coming up on our end-of-month deadline. With Big Lie rhetoric still circulating throughout the country, we need to show the strength behind our campaign.

“Please join me in the fight to expand access to the polls and protect the will of the people by rushing in $25 right now.

“Thanks for everything you do,

Jena Griswold”

Clearly Jena Griswold is just trying to raise cash for her campaign, but the substance of this letter ignores the facts and flips the truth on its head. In fact, Tina Peters is only guilty of doing her job; preserving all of the election records. Tina has also sued the Colorado Secretary of State and the County Clerks because they conducted her primary election recount in specific violation of the Colorado recount law. 

I have covered many of the details of this dispute in previous reports, however for the complete picture HERE is a link to the legal complaint that Tina Peters filed. For an expanded view on my views on election integrity issues HERE is a speech that I gave at Truth and Liberty last year.

3. Priola

This past week State Senator Kevin Priola announced he is switching parties from Republican to Democrat. This was an extraordinary move that potentially changes the balance of political power in the Colorado State Senate for 2023 and 2024.

I have seen Colorado state legislators flip parties before, but never in the middle of their term. They understood that the people in their district voted for them with a specific party affiliation. In my opinion, this is a severe betrayal of the voters in his senate district.

Even though Priola’s voting patterns probably won’t change much (he voted consistently with the Democrats), I believe his actions warrant a close look at the recall provisions in Colorado law for the citizens in his district.

4. Finger Troubles

On a personal note, many already know that on Tuesday I had a severe accident with my table saw and nearly cut off three fingers on my left hand. The doctor spent over two hours reattaching the fingers with what was left, however the final prognosis is still uncertain. I have been overwhelmed with care and compassion from so many and I continue to say with absolute certainty that God is good all the time.

I am not sure how this will effect my abilities in the future but I do look forward to whatever adventure God has in store for me and my wonderful family. Thank you for your prayers and support.

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Kevin Lundberg
fmr Colorado State Senator


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The Republican Study Committee of Colorado(RSCC) is composed of conservative leaders within the Republican caucus of the Colorado legislature.

 

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August 21

Special Report on the first day of The Moment of Truth Summit.

As I reported earlier, I am currently attending the The Moment of Truth Summit, which is an in-depth look at the current state of our election systems from across the country. The summit is being live-streamed on Frankspeech.com. Much of the Summit is also available for replaying on Frankspeech.com. I strongly recommend viewing what you can of the Summit today (it will be conducted from 9 AM to 9 PM, Central time).

Some of the highlights from Saturday were state by state reports of election integrity issues. This took a long time to get through all 50 states, but most individual state reports are now available to be viewed one at a time. There is a wealth of specific information to be had from those reports.

I don’t see any rebroadcast available on Frankspeech.com at this time, but the premier showing of the documentary Selection Code was the program last night. This is, essentially, the story of Tina Peters, the clerk and recorder for Mesa County, Colorado. Selection Code is also a detailed description of the deep problems of electronic election systems. This was a powerful presentation of the significant problems we have with our current elections systems AND the clear solution: hand count the ballots. Get rid of the machines that are ripe for fraud and abuse and return to a secure voting system of which we can all have confidence in it’s accuracy and integrity. All aspects of our voting systems must be fortified (voter registration, distribution, collection and storage of ballots, and counting and tabulation of the results) but the most vulnerable and opaque part is the secretive and complex electronic voting machinery. 

I have seen several documentaries designed to unravel the mysteries surrounding election systems. They all reveal certain parts to this intricate puzzle, but Selection Code is the most powerful one produced which I have seen.

If you can, please watch This final day of The Moment of Truth Summitit will be time well spent.

August 20, 2022

1. Election Integrity

2. 87,000 More IRS Agents?

3. Who Feeds Whom?

4. 1,200 Scientists and Scholars Declare “There Is No Climate Emergency”

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1. Election Integrity

As I publish this week’s edition of the Lundberg Report I am in Springfield, Missouri, attending The Moment of Truth Summit. This event, sponsored by Mike Lindell, is a gathering of patriotic citizens from across the country who want to reestablish confidence in our voting systems. This can only accomplished by fixing the problems which have plagued our recent elections. I will take careful notes and report on all I see and hear at this summit.

This week lawsuits have been filed in two Colorado counties challenging the use of Colorado’s electronic voting systems in the November general election. The lawsuits were filed in the state district courts in Mesa and El Paso counties. The basis of the lawsuits is that the electronic voting systems violate Colorado and federal law by systematically deleting files and other data that are required to be maintained under the respective statutes.  Accordingly, it is illegal to use these systems in the upcoming November election. The lawsuits were filed under a special Colorado statute that allows for expedited treatment of complaints about the conduct of upcoming elections. They are supported by an extensive declaration by a well qualified cyber security expert. My thanks to Maurice Emmer for providing this timely report

Finally, here are success stories concerning election integrity. The Family Research Council recently filed this report on the progress several states have made to ensure that their elections do have transparency and accuracy. Click here for their story.

2. 87,000 More IRS Agents?

This week, as the nation once again is learning the meaning of stagflation, the occupant in the White House signed a bill that will tax the people hundreds of billions of dollars and spend the money on inflationary projects, including hiring an estimated 87,000 additional IRS agents. Nothing could go wrong here…

For a little background, here is a short video on one way the IRS recruits their investigative agents. This video was not produced as a political statement, it is a factual report on IRS policies and procedures. I know you will find it informative, from which you can draw your own conclusions.

3. Who Feeds Whom?

For all of us in rural Colorado the governor’s live in companion had some advice, which the FencePost (a rural Colorado newspaper) has published for our edification. Colorado voters ought to know what sort of values and attitudes are held in the Polis household. The story can be found here.


4. 1,200 Scientists and Scholars Declare “There Is No Climate Emergency”

As we are daily barraged by policies that assume global warming is threatening the very existence of life on our planet, it is important to keep this within the perspective of actual experts, who have joined in this declaration, which includes: “Scientists should openly address uncertainties and exaggerations in their predictions of global warming, while politicians should dispassionately count the real costs as well as the imagined benefits of their policy measures…” Click here for more information.

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August 13, 2022

1. Election Misinformation

2. The Fourth Amendment and FBI Raids

3. Message from Ashe in America

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1. Election Misinformation

You have got to watch this 30 second ad to believe it! Former Secretary of State (SOS) Wayne Williams (who was defeated by Griswold in the 2018 election) has teamed up with her to warn us all about “election misinformation.” Talk about the pot calling the kettle black!  In the ad they insist that Colorado’s elections are “safe and secure.”

Well, how about proving it? Griswold had the perfect opportunity last week. She could have simply followed Colorado’s recount law (CRS 1-110.5-102). As I detailed in the last two Lundberg Reports (given below on this page), Griswold conducted an illegal recount by refusing to allow the canvas boards to follow the required test comparison of machine counts and hand counts of the actual paper ballots cast for the GOP SOS primary. Instead she, and now Williams, just bloviate about their “gold standard” without any any proof!

I do agree with one thing Griswold and Williams said. “Always use trusted sources.” My source is the actual Colorado law. Can we get any closer to the facts than that?  The next test of the election system here in Colorado will be the lawsuit that Tina Peters and other candidates have filed against Griswold and the county clerks. Thanks to supporters of these candidates all of the counties have been served the law suit notices and we expect the judge to start the legal process next week. With the general election just around the corner this suit must processed quickly.

For more information on this important issue I recommend this report  from America’s Mom.

2. The Fourth Amendment and FBI Raids

Here in Colorado we have seen this before, Just ask Tina Peters or Sheronna Bishop, but now it is President Trump’s home. The FBI is developing a reputation for police-state tactics of intimidation. And now they have ramped it up to an example that no one will ever forget. Much has been said by many over the past few days and I will not dwell long on this outrageous behavior of an organization that used to be held in high esteem.

However, I bring up this one point: Have we forgotten the Bill of Rights? In all of the hours of news stories and commentaries I have listened to, only once, and then in quick passing, was the Fourth Amendment specifically addressed.

“The right of the people to be secure in their persons, houses, papers, and effects, against unreasonable searches and seizures, shall not be violated, and no Warrants shall issue, but upon probable cause, supported by Oath or affirmation, and particularly describing the place to be searched, and the persons or things to be seized.”

Yes, the FBI was using a search warrant, but this is a clear example of the severe misuse of the Fourth Amendment, particularly when law enforcement wants to go an a “fishing expedition.” It is crystal clear to anyone who carefully considers all of the facts that the executive branch of the Federal Government is abusing our constitutional rights, turning their legitimate police powers into political tools for corrupt purposes.

We must demand better, and the best place to start is at the ballot box this November.

3. Message from Ashe in America

Ashe in America has been providing valuable information on Colorado’s election issues and more. I have found her writing style creative and her information accurate. I consider her a trusted source of much that has been happening here in Colorado and beyond. This week she sent out a dignified request for support and I ask that you give her request  serious consideration.

There are many patriots who have devoted a great deal of their time and energy to election integrity, integrity that is more than hollow promises, integrity that is safe, secure and verified. Ashe is one of those patriots, help her as you are able. Thank you.

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August 6, 2022

1. Statewide Recount Did Not Follow the Colorado Law

2. Moore v. Harper Will Test Independent State Legislature Doctrine

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1. Statewide Recount Did Not Follow the Colorado Law

This story is really a followup to the lead story of last week, concerning the recount of the Secretary of State (SOS) primary election, which can be found below this August 6 edition on this webpage.

As I wrote last week, SOS Griswold insisted on conducting a machine recount, even though the concerns many of us have are with the integrity of the machine counting and tabulating software. This could have all been settled appropriately with a manual, hand count of the actual paper ballots. If the results turned out the same as the original reported results of the primary, Griswold would have been vindicated and we could all have that much more confidence in our election system. If the results of a hand count were very different than the reported totals, all of Colorado would see that we must immediately abandon the machines and conduct future elections with a hand count system.

That is what could have been. What happened this week did not settle anything. At the SOS ‘s orders a machine count was conducted and the results were virtually identical to the first time the machines processed the ballots. No surprise there.

Some claim this settles the matter, but in fact it only proved that the machines continue to act in the same fashion as they did in the original count. What it did not answer was: are the machines accurately tabulating the votes indicated on the original paper ballots? That can only be answered by comparing the original machine count to a hand count of the same ballots.

Additionally, upon careful observation by recount watchers, it was found that the recount was not conducted according to Colorado law in two significant ways. First, the election machines are not properly certified, as required by federal law and the machines have several major vulnerabilities that have not been adequately addressed. Conducting a hand count would circumvent this immediate concern. Secondly, a test comparison of the machines to a hand count of ballots was not conducted before the recount, as required by Colorado law (CRS 1-10.5-102 (3) (a)).

That subsection says: “Prior to any recount, the canvass board shall choose at random and test voting devices used in the candidate race, ballot issue, or ballot question that is the subject of the recount. The board shall use the voting devices it has selected to CONDUCT A COMPARISON of the machine count of the ballots counted on each such voting device for the candidate race, ballot issue, or ballot question to the corresponding manual count of the voter-verified paper records.” (I added the emphasis with the color, capitalizing and bold type.)

This never happened. Instead the SOS required what they call a Limited Risk Audit, which does not give the comparison of what the machine counted originally in the primary to a hand count of those same voted ballots. The above subsection is very clear and it never happened in any county. This is a serious error, which must be corrected for the recount to be valid. It must follow these essential steps required in Colorado law.

Accordingly Tina Peters has filed a suit against SOS Griswold and the county clerks, demanding that they follow the law. That complaint can be found here. I commend clerk and candidate Tina Peters for her tenacity, despite all of the ridicule she is enduring from the media, political pundits and other uninformed “experts.” Because of her courage we may still have a chance to have accurate elections in Colorado, and have confidence in the results.

 

2. Moore v. Harper Will Test Independent State Legislature Doctrine

Here is a case the Supreme Court has taken up for their next session that we need to keep an eye on. It has to do with what is called the Independent State Legislature Doctrine. Essentially it asks, do state legislatures have the absolute authority to draw congressional districts, or can courts step in and change those maps, thus taking over this power from the directly elected, legislative branch of government?

This case might be decided quickly, as it directly impacts the North Carolina congressional elections this November.

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July 30, 2022

1. Statewide SOS Primary Recount is On

2. Digging Deeper Into Election integrity

3. Colorado Enterprises are Now 40% of the Budget

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1. Statewide SOS Primary Recount is On

Over the last few days we have seen some extraordinary moments in the aftermath of the Republican primary. In a last minute push secretary of state (SOS) Republican candidate Tina Peters raised enough money, under the strict rules of campaign finance contributions, to fund a state-wide recount of her race. I sent out a notice to my readers (thank you to all who responded) and Tina appealed to the state and the nation, from which enough money was raised for her to pay the over $250,000 fee to the SOS to demand a recount.

Every county in Colorado is now preparing to conduct the recount next week. However, as of this writing, SOS Griswold is denying the manual hand-count that Peters is demanding, insisting that to follow the law it must be counted by the Dominion software and hardware. It is my understanding that Tina Peters is seeking a court order to force the hand-count.

Griswold is wrong. The law does not support her decision.

The law says in CRS 1-10.5-102 (3) (b) “If the results of the comparison of the machine count and the manual count in accordance with the requirements of subsection (3)(a) of this section are identical, or if any discrepancy is able to be accounted for by voter error, then the recount may be conducted in the same manner as the original ballot count. If the results of the comparison of the machine count and the manual count in accordance with the requirements of subsection (3)(a) of this section are not identical, or if any discrepancy is not able to be accounted for by voter error, a presumption is created that the voter-verified paper records will be used for a final determination unless evidence exists that the integrity of the voter-verified paper records has been irrevocably compromised. The secretary of state shall decide which method of recount is used in each case, based on the secretary’s determination of which method will ensure the most accurate count, subject to judicial review for abuse of discretion. Nothing in this subsection (3) limits any person from pursuing any applicable legal remedy otherwise provided by law.”

To emphasize my argument I colored the most relevant words and phrases in this statute.

 

First, it is clear that both options are a possibility for a recount, machine (electronic), and manual (hand) because the term “may” is used.

Second, it is true that the SOS may choose the machines (electronic) for a recount, but only if the machines have been ruled out as the source of the questionable return totals. If there is a question of the machine’s accuracy, the paper records are to be used under most circumstances. This is what “a presumption is created that the voter-verified paper records will be used for a final determination” means.

In all cases the SOS is to use the method that will “ensure the most accurate count.” When the very reason for the recount is because there is serious concern that the machines have been compromised, the only way to verify the accuracy of the machines is to test their results against a hand count of all ballots cast for the SOS race.

Finally, understanding that a secretary of state may use bad judgment in such a highly charged situation, this statute wisely states the obvious, that the judgement of the SOS is “subject to judicial review for abuse of discretion.” Therefore, as I understand it, an injunction is being sought to overturn Griswold’s decision to reject a hand count.

At this stage of this still developing story I have one more observation.

SOS Griswold’s total rejection of a hand count is strong evidence that the machines have been fraudulently manipulated and Griswold knows it.

If the opposite were true, that the machines are truly the “gold standard” of election integrity, Griswold should welcome a hand recount to prove to the world that the machines are accurate. And in this case Peters and her supporters are the ones who are paying the bill to have the recount test conducted. What better way could SOS Griswold devise to vindicate and validate her claim that the Colorado voting system is the “gold standard?”

9:00 PM, 7/30/22- additional information:

On Friday several counties started the recount process by testing the election machines. However, they did not follow the letter of the law for recount procedures, which are given in parts of 1-10.5-102 that I did not reproduce in this article. Instead they followed the procedures for a regular election and no manual count was included in the test, which the law requires for recounts. Additionally, the test pretty much blew up in their face as 30-60% of the ballots were rejected by the scanner system, requiring them to be individually sorted out, which is taking way too much time to process.

As I see it, the probability of a hand count is growing as their machine process is bogging down, is not following the statutory law for recounts  and ultimately may prove to be unworkable, given the fact that the recount must be completed this week.

2. Digging Deeper Into Election integrity

Here are some resources I ran across recently about election integrity issues here in Colorado and across the nation:

Discussion on Colorado voting issues by two well informed attorneys.

Nation-wide analysis of  recent problems and solutions in state election laws.

Short video on plan to take back precinct leadership across the nation.

3. Colorado Enterprises are Now 40% of the Budget

TABOR allows an exception to it’s strict limits on state revenue and state spending. It is called State Enterprises. Instead of taxes, they charge fees (really taxes).  Over the 30 years of TABOR State Enterprise revenues have ballooned to over 36 times the original amount collected (and spent), without any constraints from the Tax Payers’ Bill of Rights (TABOR).

Here is a link to the details.


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July 23, 2022

1. January 6

2. AZ Suit to End Electronic Voting Machines

3. Sidney Powell

4. UN Food Policy

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1. January 6

With the Congressional committee wrapping up their January 6 show trial, we have been subjected to a lot of fake news. Their narrative is Trump planned this riot as a way to overthrow the government. However, the only thing they got right was somebody did set this up to explode, only the bad actors were Pelosi, Schumer and company, including some leadership in the FBI. For a dose of realty, check out this story and the brief trailer for a documentary on January 6, just released on Friday.

2. AZ Suit to End Electronic Voting Machines

Last Thursday was a big day for voter integrity issues. A suit seeking the elimination of electronic voting systems in Arizona finally was heard before a federal judge. Additionally, in Wisconsin the election commission told clerks to ignore some state election laws. For a real time analysis of that court hearing, the story coming out of Wisconsin and some aspects of the election law in Georgia, watch this program on Frank Speech. Of particular interest is when they listen in on the actual audio of the court hearing, which starts about halfway through the program.

3. Sidney Powell

Sidney Powell is an attorney who has been on the front lines of defending President Trump in the public square. She has been vilified by the mainstream media, like everyone else who is trying to get to the truth of the 2020 election. In this in-depth interview Sidney Powell gives a clear picture of who she is and what she is trying to accomplish. For another dose of realty I recommend this hour long interview.

4. UN Food Policy

Here is a startling report on the food policies of the UN, which are an integral part of their plan called Agenda 2030. With all of the chatter on food shortages and the farmer revolts in Europe, this is an issue that must not be ignored.

As a sidebar to this story, please note that when we have had heat waves before 2000, news reports would simply report on the temperatures and the immediate consequences of those temperatures. Today most of the news reports are trying to make it proof positive of an impending crisis of global warming that will end life on this planet. Hmm… this kind of reminds me of the 18th century Thomas Malthus (look him up), or the following list of false predictions:


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July 16, 2022

1. Recount

2. Tina Peters

3. Court Packing

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1. Recount

This week the Hanks campaign and the Peters campaign both requested a recount of the primary election ballots. Here is a copy of the Peters letter to the Colorado Secretary of State (SOS). Here is the SOS reply. The request pointed out the suspected issue is the counting and reporting system itself and therefore the recount needs to be an actual hand recount to verify the accuracy of the equipment, or demonstrate equipment failures, or intentional manipulation.

If the electronic system is as accurate as the SOS insists it is, one should expect the SOS to welcome this opportunity to demonstrate that accuracy in a very public way. However, the SOS response was to  insist they use the same electronic systems, which will prove nothing. The SOS also required both campaigns pay over $230,000 to initiate the recount. As I understand it, both campaigns have rejected the SOS response and are asking for a recount that will, in fact, really count the actual ballots. Stay tuned…

2. Tina Peters

Tina Peters has been in the news for more than just the recount requests, but somehow I think there is a relationship.
This week she spoke at a conference in Nevada. To hear her speech, which I recommend, click here and start at the 2 hour, 27 minute mark.

Because the Mesa County DA thought she had broken her terms of her pretrial bond the DA initiated an arrest warrant for her. It was a miscommunication on the part of her legal team that created the problem and Friday afternoon the judge did quash (kill) the warrant, but not before many misleading headlines once again created a false narrative against the reputation of Tina.

For a much more accurate picture of this fighting patriot, please click on the above link and listen to the speech she gave in Nevada (it is brief, but powerful).

3. Court Packing

This has not been in the news recently, but there is a very real possibility it will be a major story after the November election. Whether or not the Democrats lose the House and/or Senate, they will still control everything until next January. There will be tremendous pressure on every Democrat senator to support packing Supreme Court with Biden-picked liberals.

This would effectively end the independence of the courts and be the biggest challenge to preserving the Republic since the Civil War.

A recent national poll shows a very big divide on this issue between Democrats and Republicans, both in Congress and across the nation. I will keep a careful eye on this subject and keep you posted.


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The Republican Study Committee of Colorado(RSCC) is composed of conservative leaders within the Republican caucus of the Colorado legislature.

 

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July 9, 2022

1. More Good News From Washington

2. Open Primary is a Problem in Several States

3. Colorado Department of Early Childhood

4. Join the Breakfast Club Zoom call every Monday Morning

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1. More Good News From Washington

As a followup to the story I led with last week, here is a 40 minute discussion on the just released Kennedy and Carson decisions from the U. S. Supreme Court. This round table discussion is from the attorneys who argued these cases before the high court. As I said last week, taken together, they represent a huge jump forward in religious freedom and freedom of conscience. Please take the time to check this out. it will have major effect on government programs for decades to come.

2. Open Primary is a Problem in Several States

We have seen, firsthand, many of the problems created by an open primary system in Colorado. Here is a recent story about similar problems in nine other states across the nation. This article points out that this is not just a Colorado problem. More and more conservative leaders are figuring out that the open primary is designed to weed out conservative candidates and leave us with middle of the road politicians.

I reported last week that many troubling irregularities were found in our recently held primary election. Many highly qualified experts are sorting through the evidence and hope to unveil their findings within the week. I look forward to including that valuable information in a future publication of this report.

3. Colorado Department of Early Childhood

The opening website headline for the newly formed Colorado Department of Early Childhood says it all:

Universal Preschool is Coming!

Polis’ latest big project is here, aiming to take over parenting at the earliest ages. This brand new department, authorized by the current Colorado legislature, opened their doors this month and their plans line up perfectly with the woke-socialist agenda of the governor. Combine this with the state’s legislated policies that promote an alphabet soup of genders, a rejection of traditional family values and our nation’s remarkable history of One Nation Under God and we have the next generation (literally) of government as defined by the hard left.


4. Join the Breakfast Club Zoom call every Monday Morning

For more discussion on the issues above and any other topic that may come up, join our Zoom call every Monday morning at 7:30 AM.

Special note for the July 11 call. I ask that any Republican candidate who was not successful  in the recent primary join us for any observations they may have on their having been in the trenches of campaigning in 2022.

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July 2, 2022

1. Good News From Washington

2. Open Primary Opens Pandora’s Box

3. Tucker Carlson on Criminalizing Political Speech

4. No Breakfast Club Zoom Call on Monday, July 4. We will be Back on July 11.
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1. Good News From Washington

This year’s Supreme Court decisions show a major shift in the Court. Overturning Roe v. Wade was just the beginning. Two cases, when taken together, represent a huge jump forward in religious freedom and freedom of conscience.

The case affirming the Washington state high school coach’s constitutional right to publicly pray at the end of a game and the case from Maine, prohibiting the state of Maine from excluding all religious private schools from participating in a state sponsored tuition program both dramatically change court standards for defending the free exercise clause of the First Amendment.

These decisions changed the legal standards for allowing teachers to express their faith. Governments at all levels can allow monuments containing elements of religious faith to be placed on public property and citizens can once again live their lives with their freedom of conscience reaffirmed in the courts of our nation. This may affect over 20,000 court decisions made on this subject over the past several decades.

Similar decisions on the Second Amendment, limits to EPA authority, etc. all point to a definite shift in the Court. I see a much greater respect for the constitutional limitations on government, support for individual rights and a respect of states’ jurisdictional authority. This is great news (thank Donald Trump for great nominations).

Now we must make sure Congress does not destroy the Court and these great steps forward for freedom with court packing…

2. Open Primary Opens Pandora’s Box
-report amended 5:18 PM, July 2-

Amendment to report: Today I learned of serious anomalies that are reported to have been found in the Colorado primary election results. I will report more on this breaking story as confirmed information becomes available.

This week’s primary election was a clear demonstration of how dysfunctional Colorado’s open primary system has become. Of the ten people I endorsed nine were top line candidates, meaning they won their district assembly and were therefore the top choice of active Republicans in their district. Eight of the ten lost their primary election.

I did not pick those I endorsed because they were top line candidates, I picked them because they stood most clearly for limited, constitutional government policies. Apparently the Republicans in their respective districts also considered them the best candidates. The most troubling outcome was for secretary of state. Here is a more detailed analysis of that upside-down election result.

Unfortunately, Colorado Republicans no longer pick who they want to represent the party on the November ballot. Statewide a little less than a million ballots are mailed to Republicans, but 1.6 million Republican ballots are also mailed to non-Republican, unaffiliated voters. The party has lost control over the party’s main function, to field candidates in the general elections.

Sending out primary ballots to 1.6 million non-Republicans gives a wide open field for dark money from bad actors to step in and corrupt the primary voting process. There are more than enough legitimate concerns with the overall integrity of our voting systems from the bad actors (more on that in future newsletters). We should not also have such sloppy election laws that intentionally scramble the election process.

This is why I have been an advocate for challenging Colorado’s open primary in court. I look forward to the day when the Colorado GOP gets onboard with our work to take this to court and challenge Colorado’s clearly unconstitutional, open primary system. If you agree, please consider two actions.

Tell the state GOP leaders that they have an obligation to follow the Republican State Central Committee’s resolution from the September of 2021 meeting to take this to federal court. Secondly, help fund the effort by contributing to the legal fund we set up because the party has not yet acted on this critical issue. Click here for more information.

3. Tucker Carlson on Criminalizing Political Speech

Tucker Carlson issued a stark warning concerning Biden’s DOJ’s recent actions to criminalize political speech. Watch it here.


4. No Breakfast Club Zoom Call on Monday, July 4. We will be Back on July 11.

It is independence Day! Spend the day exercising your constitutional freedoms. Celebrate your God-given, inalienable rights. As is our custom, the Breakfast club does not meet on major holidays. We will be Back on July 11.

For Life and Liberty!

Kevin Lundberg
fmr Colorado State Senator


As the executive director for the Republican Study Committee of Colorado, I am working to keep this organization a powerful voice for conservative values in the Colorado legislature. We are a non-profit 501(c)4 organization, relying on contributions (which are not tax-deductible).

Donations can be sent to:

The Republican Study Committee of Colorado,P.O. Box 378, Berthoud, CO 80513.

The Republican Study Committee of Colorado(RSCC) is composed of conservative leaders within the Republican caucus of the Colorado legislature.

 

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June 22, 2022 – amended on June 24

Roe v Wade Overturned!

By now most should know the keystone decision for this year’s Supreme Court session was released today (June 24). After 49 years one of the most troubling court decisions was overturned. I did a state by state study of the state laws three years ago and came to the conclusion that ending Roe might reduce abortions nation-wide by about 10%. It also moves the political debate to where it legally belongs, in the hands of the states.

This was a watershed moment, but it does not end the debate, it merely moves it to the next level, for a state by state struggle as we continue to work for the defense of the defenseless. This is a battle for the millions of children who are alive, growing, but not yet born. I pray we will have the fortitude to engage in this political fight until children are recognized with their God-given right to life, which is the only way they can enjoy liberty and the pursuit of happiness.

SPECIAL EDITION: PRE-PRIMARY, MUST WATCH REPORT

I “stopped the presses” for this week’s report and published this vital message ASAP that every voter in Colorado needs to watch.

It is long (one hour), but essential to know before voting in this year’s primary. If you have already sent your ballot in still watch this report and pass it on to others. I have been following the election fraud issue for decades, and very closely since the 2020 election. I have never seen this story told in clearer terms than this interview with Tina Peters.

There have been several reports, documentaries and interviews which I have passed on to you in my weekly reports. If you followed all of it, you know, as I do, that our election systems have been severely compromised. However, each report only covers a part of the problem, as it is a complex issue, with multiple vulnerabilities. No one report can give the entire picture.

This one hour interview of Tina Peters gives the big picture in a way that I have not seen before. I am convinced that every voter, from every party, needs this information before voting again.

Please view this interview and please pass this on before the final day of the primary election, which is less than one week away!

To View this Interview Click on the Image

The link to the interview is: https://americacanwetalk.org/interview-with-tina-peters-and-sherronna-bishop-6-09-22-full-episode/

This is all I expect to be covering until after the Primary election next week. Please pass this on!

P.S. For the complete list of my primary endorsements, scroll down this page to the June 18 report,  item numer three.

June 18, 2022

1. Excellent Analysis of the Current Energy Crisis

2. Reactions to Roe Decision

3. My Primary Endorsements

4. Join the Breakfast Club Zoom call every Monday Morning
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1. Excellent Analysis of the Current Energy Crisis

 

Here is a video analysis ofthe current energy crisis. It is about 14 minutes long and well worth the time it will take to watch:  https://rumble.com/v18jxzh-dave-walsh-regulatory-issues-by-the-elite-have-pushed-energy-prices-highave.html.

2. Reactions to Roe Decision

As of this writing, the Roe decision has yet to be released, but expect a severe response from what will be the final decision from the Supreme Court. Here is a sobering report on what some in the left has in mind.


3. My Primary Endorsements

The primary election ends on June 28 and the campaigns are fully engaged! Help us get the word out to everyone.

Ron Hanks at campaign meeting in Parker on June 17

In Larimer County, for Sheriff I recommend Jeff Fisher. I have listened to both candidates several times, and whereas I see some encouraging aspects of both men, I have a greater confidence level in Jeff’s ability to lead and his basic principles of good government policies.

For House District 49 (rural parts of Larimer and Boulder counties, and all of Clear Creek and Gilpin counties) I like both candidates and wish them both well for the primary election.

In House District 51, the Loveland district, I am endorsing Austin Hein, the challenger to the current incumbent, who is currently the Republican leader in the House. I am not satisfied with how the incumbent has led the Republican caucus and I think we need a change.

South and West of Denver Congressional District 7 has become a possible pickup for the Republicans. It is a competitive race in the primary as well, with three candidates. My choice is Laurel Imer. Her two competitors are both strong candidates, but Laurel is the America First candidate who has worked hard and will, in my opinion, best fight for our rights in Congress.

In the new Congressional District 8 my choice for Congress is Lori Saine (BTW, I had trouble getting to her website, big tech is apparently trying to shut down Lori’s website). She was a reliable conservative vote in the Colorado House for many years. I believe Lori will best represent our conservative values in the tough environment of ‘Washington DC. For state school board in CD8 my choice is Peggy Propst. Peggy has already served on the state school board. Her experience assures me she knows how to be most effective on that important board.

Some months ago I endorsed two candidates for the Colorado House, which I had neglected to put in this list of endorsements. They are Bill Jack, in the Castle Rock area and Gabe Evans in Adams and Weld counties. Both men are solid in their principles and well prepared to be effective legislators .

For the Colorado secretary of state my choice is Tina Peters, without any question. Her most formidable opponent calls Colorado’s broken election system the “gold standard” and she played a key role in distributing over $300,000,000 of Zuckerberg’s money in the 2020 race, most of which was spent on get-out-the-vote efforts in Democrat areas of the key swing states.

Peters has proven to be a fighter and she is fighting for the right causes. The “indictments” levied against her is nothing more than political mud slinging, which I have covered in some detail over the past several weeks. The third candidate is, in my opinion, a spoiler, attempting to divide the vote three ways, possibly eroding the vote total for Tina Peters. I don’t see him as much of a fighter, or having much of a chance of actually winning in November, like Tina.

For governor I choose Greg Lopez. I think he holds the best prospect of winning in November and I am confident in his values and diligence. His primary opponent is a worthy candidate, but my choice is Greg Lopez.

Ron Hanks is my clear choice for US Senate. His performance as a hard working, conservative state legislator, 30+ years in the Air Force, including serving as an intelligence officer, staunch support for the unborn and thoughtful approach to every subject tells me he will be a leader for the right reasons in the US Senate. His primary opponent is not pro-life, has, over the past dozen years, contributed to three times more Democrats than Republicans and has no experience as a legislator at any level. He has more money, but Hanks has an incredible grassroots team and a better, proven track record.

I have a few observations on a controversy that has arisen in some of the statewide races in the Republican primary. A lot of dark money from the left is running ads and sending out a lot of mailers promoting one Republican candidate over another and many Republicans are understandably upset over this development. It is the inevitable result of our open primary system, where unaffiliated voters are sent Republican and Democrat ballots. With such a wide field of potential voters it is too tempting to the bad actors to not play in the other party’s primary election.

I regret that too many Republican leaders were quick to declare that some Republican candidates were “unelectable.” These. public declarations were not so subtle invitations to the bad actors to try to play the field in Republican primaries. It would have been much better if the Republican Party had actively pursued the legal challenge to the open primary in 2022. At a bare minimum they now need to immediately stop showing such distain for dully elected Republican candidates and get on board with the federal challenge to the open primary system for 2024 and beyond.

4. Join the Breakfast Club Zoom call every Monday Morning

For more discussion on the issues above and any other topic that may come up, join our Zoom call every Monday morning at 7:30 AM.

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Donations can be sent to:

The Republican Study Committee of Colorado,P.O. Box 378, Berthoud, CO 80513.

The Republican Study Committee of Colorado(RSCC) is composed of conservative leaders within the Republican caucus of the Colorado legislature.

 

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June 11, 2022

1. Political Theater While the Country Burns

2. My Primary Endorsements

3. Join the Breakfast Club Zoom call every Monday Morning
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1. Political Theater While the Country Burns

 

What a week of contrasts. Inflation continues to rage, our Southern border gets worse every week, food, gas and other essentials are getting out of reach for far too many households. Public schools have become indoctrination centers for the left, big tech and big corporations have become woke censor machines and the intellectual elite are successfully convincing far too many that the often heralded, but never realized global warming myth is the greatest existential threat to mankind. In short, the world seems to be spinning out of control.

And Congress is fixated on destroying Donald Trump with their political theater. They don’t have time to address the very real problems we are facing every day,  but they can still stop everything to drag out a dog and pony show in prime time for the nation. I hope the nation can see through their distraction show and have enough sense to throw the bums out in November. Concerning the “case” they are building against President Trump, I have seen enough evidence of voter fraud in 2020 and have had enough personal conversations with Trump’s personal lawyers, who were on the ground with the President in January of 2021 to know better than what the left is throwing at us.

The bottom line? The left is lying. Don’t believe their lies and don’t waste any more time on their antics.

Here in Colorado, with the primary voting going on for most of this month, The political theater is also ramping up. Don’t buy it. Do your own research and vote accordingly.

BTW, Add these interesting and significant links to your research effort, before casting your votes for the primary candidates:

Hand count changes results in Georgia election

Former congressman pleads guilty to election fraud

New documentary on Tina Peters

Warning from J6 political prisoner

2. My Primary Endorsements

I first published my recommendations last week and I repeat it here as the actual election day is not until June 28.

In Larimer County, for Sheriff I recommend Jeff Fisher. I have listened to both candidates several times, and whereas I see some encouraging aspects of both men, I have a greater confidence level in Jeff’s ability to lead and his basic principles of good government policies.

For House District 49 (rural parts of Larimer and Boulder counties, and all of Clear Creek and Gilpin counties) I like both candidates and wish them both well for the primary election.

In House District 51, the Loveland district, I am endorsing Austin Hein, the challenger to the current incumbent, who is currently the Republican leader in the House. I am not satisfied with how the incumbent has led the Republican caucus and I think we need a change.

South and West of Denver Congressional District 7 has become a possible pickup for the Republicans. It is a competitive race in the primary as well, with three candidates. My choice is Laurel Imer. Her two competitors are both strong candidates, but Laurel is the America First candidate who has worked hard and will, in my opinion, best fight for our rights in Congress.

In the new Congressional District 8 my choice for Congress is Lori Saine (BTW, I had trouble getting to her website, big tech is apparently trying to shut down Lori’s website). She was a reliable conservative vote in the Colorado House for many years. I believe Lori will best represent our conservative values in the tough environment of ‘Washington DC. For state school board in CD8 my choice is Peggy Propst. Peggy has already served on the state school board. Her experience assures me she knows how to be most effective on that important board.

For the Colorado secretary of state my choice is Tina Peters, without any question. Her most formidable opponent calls Colorado’s broken election system the “gold standard” and she played a key role in distributing over $300,000,000 of Zuckerberg’s money in the 2020 race, most of which was spent on get-out-the-vote efforts in Democrat areas of the key swing states.

Peters has proven to be a fighter and she is fighting for the right causes. The “indictments” levied against her is nothing more than political mud slinging, which I have covered in some detail over the past several weeks. The third candidate is, in my opinion, a spoiler, attempting to divide the vote three ways, possibly eroding the vote total for Tina Peters. I don’t see him as much of a fighter, or having much of a chance of actually winning in November, like Tina.

For governor I choose Greg Lopez. I think he holds the best prospect of winning in November and I am confident in his values and diligence. His primary opponent is a worthy candidate, but my choice is Greg Lopez.

Ron Hanks is my clear choice for US Senate. His performance as a hard working, conservative state legislator, 30+ years in the Air Force, including serving as an intelligence officer, staunch support for the unborn and thoughtful approach to every subject tells me he will be a leader for the right reasons in the US Senate. His opponent is not pro-life, has, over the past dozen years, contributed to three times more Democrats than Republicans and has no experience as a legislator at any level. He has more money, but Hanks has an incredible grassroots team and a better, proven track record.

I have been asked to introduce Ron at a fundraiser for Ron and Tina next week, and pass along the invitation to you:

AMERICA 1st Candidates Making Colorado Proud again

RON HANKS -US Senate

TINA PETERS -Colorado Secretary of State

Meet / Greet / Fundraiser

When:  Friday June 17  Time: 5:30 pm

Where: Evie Zur’s Place  5915 Ponderosa Way,

The Pinery of Parker

A GARDEN PARTY PICNIC STYLE POTLUCK

Bring ONE of the following to share.

APPETIZER / CHICKEN (Fried, Baked, or Wings) SIDE / SALAD / DESSERT / BEER or WINE

Close in parking /Lawn chair ensures seat /Bring Sweater
OUTDOOR MOVIE 2000 MULES at 8:30 + TRAILERof Tina Documentary, Selection Code

NO SOCIAL MEDIA PLEASE!                         WORD OF MOUTH                          Getting invites out quietly on your conservative networks

BTW, many of my choices fly in the face of the established Republican political class in Colorado. Their claim (the established Republican political class in Colorado) is these candidates do not stand a chance of winning in November, hence we should not vote for them in the primary. However, most of the problem these candidates have in being electable is the established Republican political class in Colorado has declared them unelectable!

If the established Republican political class in Colorado would stop declaring certain candidates unelectable and stop betting on candidates who do not represent the party’s values (think O’Dea and Anderson…), the Colorado GOP might start winning statewide races again.

And I am not alone in this assessment. Of the eight candidates I have endorsed, seven of them were the top choice in their Republican assemblies. I think the established Republican political class in Colorado ought to seriously reassess their collective political wisdom. They are clearly not in line with the party platform, the delegates in Republican assemblies, or winning combinations in November…

3. Join the Breakfast Club Zoom call every Monday Morning

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The Republican Study Committee of Colorado,P.O. Box 378, Berthoud, CO 80513.

The Republican Study Committee of Colorado(RSCC) is composed of conservative leaders within the Republican caucus of the Colorado legislature.

 

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June 4, 2022 with additions added on June 5

1. My Primary Endorsements

2. Western Conservative Summit

3. Join the Breakfast Club Zoom call every Monday Morning
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1. My Primary Endorsements

 

The primary ballots are scheduled to be mailed out next week. Here are my endorsements for many of the competitive state-wide and local Republican races in the Northern Colorado area:

In Larimer County, for Sheriff I recommend Jeff Fisher. I have listened to both candidates several times, and whereas I see some encouraging aspects of both men, I have a greater confidence level in Jeff’s ability to lead and his basic principles of good government policies.

For House District 49 (rural parts of Larimer, Boulder, all of Clear Creek and ‘Gilpin counties I like both candidates and wish them both well for the primary election.

In House District 51, the Loveland district, I am endorsing Austin Hein, the challenger to the current incumbent, who is currently the Republican leader in the House. I am not satisfied with how the incumbent has lead the Republican caucus and I think we need a change.

South and West of Denver Congressional District 7 has become a possible pickup for the Republicans. It is a competitive race in the primary as well, with three candidates. My choice is Laurel Imer. Her two competitors are both strong candidates, but Laurel is the America First candidate who has worked hard and will, in my opinion, best fight for our rights in Congress.

In the new Congressional District 8 my choice for Congress is Lori Saine. She was a reliable conservative vote in the Colorado House for many years. I believe Lori will best represent our conservative values in the tough environment of ‘Washington DC. For state school board in CD8 my choice is Peggy Propst. Peggy has already served on the state school board. Her experience assures me she knows how to be most effective on that board.

For the Colorado secretary of state my choice is Tina Peters, without any question. Her most formidable opponent helped distribute over $300,000,000 of Zuckerberg’s money in the 2020 race, most of which was spent on Democrat areas of the key swing states.

Peters has proven to be a fighter and she is fighting for the right causes. The “indictments” levied against her is nothing more than political mud slinging, which I have covered in some detail over the past several weeks. The third candidate is, in my opinion, a spoiler, attempting to divide the vote three ways, possibly eroding the vote total for Tina Peters. I don’t see him as much of a fighter, like Tina.

For governor I choose Greg Lopez. I think he holds the best prospect of winning in November and I am confident in his values and diligence. His primary opponent is a worthy candidate, but my choice is Greg Lopez.

Ron Hanks is my clear choice for US Senate. His performance as a hard working, conservative state legislator, 30+ years in the Air Force, including serving as an intelligence officer, staunch support for the unborn and thoughtful approach to every subject tell me he will be a leader for the right reasons in the US Senate. His opponent is not pro-life, has, over the past dozen years, contributed to three times more Democrats than Republicans and has no experience as a legislator at any level. He has more money, but Hanks has an incredible grassroots team and a better, proven track record.


2. Western Conservative Summit

Greg Lopez, candidate for governor giving speech on the main stage.

On June 3 and 4 the Western Conservative Summit was held. This annual event is always a highlight for conservatives in the West. As has always been the case, it was two days packed with information, encouragement and inspiration. I strongly recommend this significant, annual event.

2. Join the Breakfast Club Zoom call every Monday Morning

For more discussion on the issues above and any other topic that may come up, join our Zoom call every Monday morning at 7:30 AM.

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Kevin Lundberg
fmr Colorado State Senator


As the executive director for the Republican Study Committee of Colorado, I am working to keep this organization a powerful voice for conservative values in the Colorado legislature. We are a non-profit 501(c)4 organization, relying on contributions (which are not tax-deductible).

Donations can be sent to:

The Republican Study Committee of Colorado,P.O. Box 378, Berthoud, CO 80513.

The Republican Study Committee of Colorado(RSCC) is composed of conservative leaders within the Republican caucus of the Colorado legislature.

 

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1. Have Online Military Votes Been Stolen?

This video is the most information packed report on COVID I have ever viewed. It is an up-to-date and brief presentation (under 13 minutes) to the San Diego City Council. To view it click here.

2. Fauci Documentary and CDC Mandate on Children

Last week I reported on a suit challenging the legality of the voting machines in El Paso County. Instead of examining the facts, the judge refused to allow the case to be heard and dismissed the case on very questionable grounds. Due to the preliminary procedures the judge went forward with, I had hoped this would finally be the opportunity for a true “day in court,” but no, this judge is as tone deaf as most in his profession.

Consequently a complaint was filed with the Colorado Secretary of State, The complaint begins by saying: “This petition raises the question whether this Court, or any Colorado district court, will allow a public trial to determine if the El Paso County computer voting system is illegal.”

BTW, this is the same Secretary  of State that “mistakenly” sent out a letter to 30,000 non-citizens “reminding” them to register to vote…

3. Hedi Wins Debates

The election is about to begin. Please pray for a fair and accurate election, particularly here in Colorado. We have many clear choices before us and the future of our nation hangs in the balance. Pray that informed citizens will vote, will encourage others to vote, and that their votes will not be diluted by anyone who would seek to defraud the election in any way.

And don’t forget to vote.

4. Finger Report

5. More Voter guides

Here is a repeat of the voter guides I published last week plus more detailed information on local races in Larimer county, which can be found here.

Transform Colorado has prepared several nonpartisan voter guides for different areas of Colorado in both English and Spanish. They are available here online and printed copies are being distributed to many churches across the state.

For statewide ballot questions Centennial Institute has prepared information that can be found here.

In addition, here is some good counsel offered by my friend John Andrews:

“I will vote yes on Proposition 121, which cuts income taxes for all. Yes on Amendment D, which improves access to the courts. And yes on Amendment E, which cuts property taxes for survivors of someone who died for our country.

“Three worthy acts of citizen lawmaking. Three yes votes… 121… D… and E.  

“I will vote no on all the other ballot issues.  Let’s defeat all these measures that would raise taxes (FF), or grow government (123), or make it harder for citizens to cut taxes (GG), or make alcohol and drugs easier to get (122, 124, 125, 126), or benefit the gambling industry (F).  

“None of those is a good thing for our state. Join me in voting them down.

“Join me also in voting no on all tax increases for local government. Coloradans pay more than enough taxes already. Politicians just need to spend more wisely.”

6. Join the Breakfast Club Zoom Call Every Monday Morning

For more discussion on the issues above and any other topic that may come up, join our Zoom call every Monday morning at 7:30 AM.

Here is the link for the call:
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For Life and Liberty!

Kevin Lundberg
fmr Colorado State Senator


As the executive director for the Republican Study Committee of Colorado, I am working to keep this organization a powerful voice for conservative values in the Colorado legislature. We are a non-profit 501(c)4 organization, relying on contributions (which are not tax-deductible).

Donations can be sent to:

The Republican Study Committee of Colorado,P.O. Box 378, Berthoud, CO 80513.

The Republican Study Committee of Colorado(RSCC) is composed of conservative leaders within the Republican caucus of the Colorado legislature.

 

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October 15, 2022

1. Comprehensive Report on COVID

2. El Paso Suit Dismissed by Judge

3. Ballots Go Out Next Week

4. Ballot Questions Answered

5. Join the Breakfast Club Zoom Call Every Monday Morning

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1. Comprehensive Report on COVID

This video is the most information packed report on COVID I have ever viewed. It is an up-to-date and brief presentation (under 13 minutes) to the San Diego City Council. To view it click here.

2. El Paso Suit Dismissed by Judge

Last week I reported on a suit challenging the legality of the voting machines in El Paso County. Instead of examining the facts, the judge refused to allow the case to be heard and dismissed the case on very questionable grounds. Due to the preliminary procedures the judge went forward with, I had hoped this would finally be the opportunity for a true “day in court,” but no, this judge is as tone deaf as most in his profession.

Consequently a complaint was filed with the Colorado Secretary of State, The complaint begins by saying: “This petition raises the question whether this Court, or any Colorado district court, will allow a public trial to determine if the El Paso County computer voting system is illegal.”

BTW, this is the same Secretary  of State that “mistakenly” sent out a letter to 30,000 non-citizens “reminding” them to register to vote…

3. Ballots Go Out Next Week

The election is about to begin. Please pray for a fair and accurate election, particularly here in Colorado. We have many clear choices before us and the future of our nation hangs in the balance. Pray that informed citizens will vote, will encourage others to vote, and that their votes will not be diluted by anyone who would seek to defraud the election in any way.

And don’t forget to vote.

4. Ballot Questions Answered

Transform Colorado has prepared several nonpartisan voter guides for different areas of Colorado in both English and Spanish. They are available here online and printed copies are being distributed to many churches across the state.

For statewide ballot questions Centennial Institute has prepared information that can be found here.

In addition, here is some good counsel offered by my friend John Andrews:

“I will vote yes on Proposition 121, which cuts income taxes for all. Yes on Amendment D, which improves access to the courts. And yes on Amendment E, which cuts property taxes for survivors of someone who died for our country.

“Three worthy acts of citizen lawmaking. Three yes votes… 121… D… and E.  

“I will vote no on all the other ballot issues.  Let’s defeat all these measures that would raise taxes (FF), or grow government (123), or make it harder for citizens to cut taxes (GG), or make alcohol and drugs easier to get (122, 124, 125, 126), or benefit the gambling industry (F).  

“None of those is a good thing for our state. Join me in voting them down.

“Join me also in voting no on all tax increases for local government. Coloradans pay more than enough taxes already. Politicians just need to spend more wisely.”

5. Join the Breakfast Club Zoom Call Every Monday Morning

For more discussion on the issues above and any other topic that may come up, join our Zoom call every Monday morning at 7:30 AM.

Here is the link for the call:
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For Life and Liberty!

Kevin Lundberg
fmr Colorado State Senator


As the executive director for the Republican Study Committee of Colorado, I am working to keep this organization a powerful voice for conservative values in the Colorado legislature. We are a non-profit 501(c)4 organization, relying on contributions (which are not tax-deductible).

Donations can be sent to:

The Republican Study Committee of Colorado,P.O. Box 378, Berthoud, CO 80513.

The Republican Study Committee of Colorado(RSCC) is composed of conservative leaders within the Republican caucus of the Colorado legislature.

 

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October 8, 2022

1. Delaware Supreme Court Throws Out All-Mail Voting

2. El Paso Suit Now Includes Griswold Subpoena

3. Larimer County Candidate Meeting in Berthoud 

4. Natural gas can’t be replaced by green sources

5. Join the Breakfast Club Zoom Call Every Monday Morning

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1. Delaware Supreme Court Throws Out All-Mail Voting

This is not for Colorado, but it is good to see any court read the law and rule accordingly. Click here for the details.

As a followup to this general topic, here is a link to a challenging commentary by Conrad Black, a Canadian-born British citizen, published by the Epoch Times, on judicial review of elections in the US. I don’t agree with all he says, but it is good food for thought.

2. El Paso Suit Now Includes Griswold Subpoena

Keep an eye on the court case scheduled to begin on October 17 in El Paso County. As I reported last week, it is a legitimate challenge to the legality of the voting equipment. I say legitimate because the election equipment is clearly in violation of state and federal law as the machine system destroys enough of the election records that it is impossible to conduct a complete audit of any election. Federal law requires all election records to be preserved for 22 months. Colorado law says at least 25 months. The solution the suit calls for is to conduct the election as planned, but after the election, count the ballots by hand, eliminating any possibility of machine counting irregularities.

In a document filed earlier this week, the Colorado secretary of state has been given a subpoena to appear at that hearing. The subpoena can be viewed here.

3. Larimer County Candidate Meeting in Berthoud 

Tomorrow afternoon I will be at a meet and greet in the Berthoud area for seven candidates here in Larimer County. For those in the area I hope you can join us. The address is 1800 West County Road 6. Kindly RSVP to GRANDMAPATRIOT1776@gmail.com. For more information call 970-402-0025. That is this Sunday afternoon, October 9, from 2-4 PM.

4. Natural gas can’t be replaced by green sources

Don’t forget, there is a lot more happening than just the elections. Here is a reminder that oil and gas cannot be replaced by “green” energy and the rush to try will have disastrous effects as early as this winter. To read more click here.

5. Join the Breakfast Club Zoom Call Every Monday Morning

For more discussion on the issues above and any other topic that may come up, join our Zoom call every Monday morning at 7:30 AM.

Here is the link for the call:
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For Life and Liberty!

Kevin Lundberg
fmr Colorado State Senator


As the executive director for the Republican Study Committee of Colorado, I am working to keep this organization a powerful voice for conservative values in the Colorado legislature. We are a non-profit 501(c)4 organization, relying on contributions (which are not tax-deductible).

Donations can be sent to:

The Republican Study Committee of Colorado,P.O. Box 378, Berthoud, CO 80513.

The Republican Study Committee of Colorado(RSCC) is composed of conservative leaders within the Republican caucus of the Colorado legislature.

 

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October 1, 2022

1. Election Integrity

2. First Gubernatorial Debate

3. Article V on the US Senate Floor

4. Join the Breakfast Club Zoom Call Every Monday Morning

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1. Election Integrity

Election integrity is a theme I continue to come back to because it is that important. We must insist that our elections are accurate and transparent, and currently they are not. Here are some details I have come across this week.

First, Time magazine released the cover for their Oct. 10 edition:

Time is not talking about those of us who are insisting on election integrity, they are honoring those who are insisting that elections are currently safe and secure, the “gold standard.” Never mind that voter registrations lists are bloated with voters who have moved out of their precinct years before, or died, or their voter identity has been cloned, or the lists are filled with non-citizens who have been automatically registered, etc..

And what about transparency for the vote counting equipment? We are told that is none of our business. Just trust them because they are the “gold standard.”

In the middle of this picture is Pam Anderson (woman with glasses), the corporate secretary for CTCL, the organization that used hundreds of millions of Zuckerberg’s money to corrupt the 2020 election in key swing states. Oh, and Anderson happens to also be the name on the 2022 ballot as the “Republican” for Colorado secretary of state. Hmmm…

As a matter of fact, Time magazine’s story is just as ignorant of the facts of election fraud as all other journalists who call people like me “election deniers.” Anyone who buys that line hasn’t looked at the facts.

Here is an interesting fact you probably haven’t seen in the papers. A court date has been set in El Paso County for October 17 and 19 to hear the complaint that the election equipment is in violation of state and federal law because the software destroys enough of the election records that it is impossible to conduct a complete audit of any election. The solution the suit calls for is to conduct the election as planned, but after the election, count the ballots by hand. For the court documents click here.

Speaking of election fraud, that supposedly never happens, a former member of Congress was just sentenced to 30 months in prison for election fraud. Hmmm…

Finally, let me be clear on one important point. I have great misgivings on what shape our election systems are in, but I am NOT advocating abandoning elections. For the short run we must overwhelm the fraudsters. It is the only path we have to ever have a chance to restore confidence in our elections.

2. First Gubernatorial Debate

Heidi Ganahl and Jared Polis had their first gubernatorial debate last Wednesday. Heidi did a great job of holding Polis accountable for 85 new taxes and fees, high crime rates, inflation, drugs and the destruction of the oil and gas industry.

For Polis the only word I can think that best describes his part is slimy. Knowing much of the facts about his first term (see the book I helped produce, UNMASKED 2020) I know how he misrepresented his actions as governor and twisted Regent Ganahl’s plans to restore Colorado to the state we know and love.

The debate can be viewed here. The actual gubernatorial debate begins at 1:13:30.

 
3. Article V on the US Senate Floor

Article V establishes the process for amending the Constitution.  It is the most powerful tool states have to control an out of control federal government. Much of my political career has been spent on promoting this significant principle, including starting the State Legislators Article V Caucus.

I have now been at this for ten years. It has been slow in coming, but as the national debt is now passing $30 trillion and the administrative state seems unstoppable, more people, including prominent leaders are starting to catch on. Here is a story about one US Senator, Senator Braun, who brought the issue to the Senate floor this week.

4. Join the Breakfast Club Zoom Call Every Monday Morning

For more discussion on the issues above and any other topic that may come up, join our Zoom call every Monday morning at 7:30 AM.

Here is the link for the call:
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For Life and Liberty!

Kevin Lundberg
fmr Colorado State Senator


As the executive director for the Republican Study Committee of Colorado, I am working to keep this organization a powerful voice for conservative values in the Colorado legislature. We are a non-profit 501(c)4 organization, relying on contributions (which are not tax-deductible).

Donations can be sent to:

The Republican Study Committee of Colorado,P.O. Box 378, Berthoud, CO 80513.

The Republican Study Committee of Colorado(RSCC) is composed of conservative leaders within the Republican caucus of the Colorado legislature.

 

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September 24, 2022

1. Attack on GOP Office 

2. Polis Imports California’s Radical Ideas

3. Why Everyone Needs an AR-15

4. Join the Breakfast Club Zoom Call Every Monday Morning

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1. Attack on GOP Office

I lead this week’s report with a recent picture of the front window of the Larimer County Republican office. It is said that a picture tells a thousand words…

Does this vandalism of the GOP headquarters in Fort Collins have anything to with Biden’s inflammatory speech in front of Independence Hall?

Thanks Joe.

2. Polis Imports California’s Radical Ideas

Here is a troubling story of California’s radical attacks on our nation’s energy resources. California will be ba