CO Republicans Proposed Resolution: Ukraine Crisis Needs Civilization

For by James O’Rourke Colorado Times Recorder

A list of resolutions proposed for the upcoming state assembly of the Colorado GOP, due to be held this Saturday, contains a statement claiming that Russia’s invasion of Ukraine shows the need for American civilians to be armed.

Colorado GOP Chair Christy Burton Brown, who previously led the conspiratorial group FEC United, has its own militia division.


The list, sent by Colorado GOP Chair Christy Burton Brown in an email to GOP officials, has appeared on the Colorado GOP website.

Resolution # 12, “Maintaining the Second Amendment,” reads as follows:

“While it is a fundamental right to feel safe from harm in one’s own home and among the public, and where recent events in Ukraine and elsewhere in the world have shown an undeniable need for civilians to be armed and trained in the use of weapons, and where an unarmed population is truly vulnerable to aggressors at every level.” Solve it That the Colorado Republican Party would wholeheartedly uphold the Second Amendment to the United States Constitution, which states: “A well-regulated militia, necessary for the security of a free state, must not violate the people’s right to own and carry weapons.”

It is unknown at this time what he will do after leaving the post. Whether there is a risk of U.S. attack; Or those who think they may be potentially “aggressive.”

Other resolutions on the list have created a similar climate of caution, with Resolution # 11 listing “freedom from fear for your own safety in any way, be it physical harm, fear of destruction of property, fear of anarchy from common lawlessness as law and order and the police.” Properly funded “.

The list goes on and on. It also includes a resolution claiming that abortion “is not reproductive health care but rather an inhumane process that intentionally and intentionally kills the most defenseless members of the human race.” The resolution paves the way for Republicans to follow the full defense of planned parents.

Furthermore, a resolution claims that a large part of Colorado “on both sides of the isle” has disbelieved the integrity of the last six election cycles. Twelve years later, long before Donald Trump’s defeat in the 2020 presidential election, allegations of electoral fraud became commonplace.

Read the full list of resolutions here.

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