2020 Autopsy: Colorado

Culture is king.

We’ve already looked at the South.

In the South, Democrats have four elected governors. The Virginia Senate is the only legislative chamber in the South that is controlled by Democrats. The norm in the South is Republican trifectas with supermajorities with token majority black House districts in places like Memphis.

In Colorado, Gov. Jared Polis who is a gay Jew in a gay marriage with First Gentleman Marlon Reis was just reelected by nearly 20 points. Joe O’Dea, the cuck Senate candidate, lost by over 14 points. Turnout in Colorado was 57.3% which was FAR HIGHER than elsewhere. By comparison, turnout was only 41.4% in Arkansas. Colorado voters were energized and ready to reelect their gay Jewish governor.

From the Mountaineer Research exit poll:

85% White electorate

Abortion was the most important issue

College educated voters dominated

53% voted for Joe Biden

57% believe GOP has been captured by MAGA extremists

What do you think happened?


  1. “In Colorado, Gov. Jared Polis who is a gay Jew in a gay marriage…”.

    I have never been happier to damn someone in my life.
    Anathema, anathema, anathema.

    “ALL such deserve DEATH.”- Rom. 1:32

    • I didn’t think sucking cock was kosher. Well maybe so long as it’s circumcised?

      The world has become a strange place.

      • I just don’t understand the gay thing at all. I don’t hate them but what they do is repulsive, it makes no sense either.

        There are many bad things people do but there is kind of logic to them. Bank robbery is bad but when Willie Sutton was asked why he kept robbing banks he had a perfectly logical answer: “Because that’s where the money is.”

        The gay thing isn’t like that. There is something seriously wrong with those people, they are disgusting.

  2. The GOPe in CO is unbelievably ineffective. Head-in-sand grillers who just want Orange Man to be forgotten. These guys couldnt get a fat kid to eat cake. There is no organization, no mobilization, and no voter base appeal from anything in the establishment; they hate us as much as the left. All state wide R candidates are flabby, unexciting time-servers to the left of Bill Clinton. They, THE REPUBLICANS, actually ran the woman who prosecuted the Masterpiece Cakeshop for AG or governor or something in the party primary. Also election fraud, gerrymandering, etc. I did door knocking for a certain rifle-centered organization in 2020 in a pink area. 98% of my registered voter list said they already voted for Trump. Trump lost by several points in that county. Hmmm.
    Final thing: CO was deliberately targeted by the Soros types in the aughts. Someone wrote a book about it, the Blue Mountain Strategy or something like that. The far left community organizing cliques got hundreds of millions and spent years organizing and lobbying to flip CO, mostly by controlling the Denver-Boulder corridor, and they are managing to do it. The blue blotches in the middle of the state map are mostly federal lands, with enclaves run by “f you rich” far left plutocrats – Vail, Aspen, Breckenridge, etc., but generally places with a population density around that of rural Alaska.

  3. I would like to see an analysis on why people voted for the Libertarian Party this midterm. Seems like the Lolberts struck back from being irrelevant in 2020 and cost the GOP several elections in both the house and senate. (Colorado District #8, for example). Could the GOP leadership enthusiastically funding Ukraine possibly play into the GOPs defeat?

  4. They don’t call it Commierado as a form of compliment.
    Californication is coming to your locale and no they won’t be voting for the Grand Old Politburo or Jarvanka.

  5. The twelve Republicans who voted yes on the “gay marriage” bill in the US Senate were Susan Collins of Maine, Rob Portman of Ohio, Thom Tillis of North Carolina, Mitt Romney of Utah, Shelley Moore Capito of West Virginia, Cynthia Lummis of Wyoming, Dan Sullivan of Alaska, Roy Blunt of Missouri, Richard Burr of North Carolina, Joni Ernst of Iowa, Todd Young of Indiana and Lisa Murkowski of Alaska.

  6. Blaming California is a cope, plenty here hate the bullshit. The literal coast of this state rules all and it’s bullshit. Your just getting the coastal scumbags who would go anywhere.

    • You’re right BL, not everyone in CA is an affluent shitlib from West Hollywood, the Castro or Palo Alto. And if I move to Palm Springs that state will experience a SEISMIC SHIFT to the dangerously insane far-right.

    • I agree. I think the libs in Ca get all the publicity. Meanwhile the working people feel different about things.

      • Up north and also away from the coasts of LA, Santa Barbara, Santa Cruz, SF etc. it’s a different state. There is still a Chamber of Commerce type of Republican attitude amongst the Republicans left in the state. The non-Whites who are the majority in the state are unified in voting anti-White also even if a candidate isn’t of their particular ethnic group. The non-Whites who are Republicans aren’t big supporters White interests needless to say.

  7. Colorado began moving to the left in 1967 when Hunter S. Thompson moved to Woody Creek. In 1970 he ran unsuccessfully for sheriff.

  8. Thompson moved to Woody Creek from San Francisco, which was going through its Summer of Love and the Monterey Pop festival at the time.

  9. I heard that O’Dea was a cuck and a RINO, basically another Romney or Liz Cheney in the making. Yet, he couldn’t win in a blue state. That’s sort of a counter to the “it’s all Trump’s fault” line.

    • There is some truth to the “it’s Trump’s fault” narrative, but it is not the whole story:

      1.) Trump voters have a poor track record of voting in midterms and didn’t turnout across the Rust Belt. They are Trump voters, not GOP voters

      2.) White college educated voters are more likely to be Democrats now. This group has always been more likely to vote. See Colorado and Michigan

      3.) Dobbs hit like an asteroid in June which shook up the race

      4.) There was no GOP agenda except for backlash politics. Joe Biden sucks. Vote for us.

      5.) Finally, there is the fact that the election lasts for 50 days in Pennsylvania and there is no comparable GOTV operation on the Republican side. Democrats are banking votes for months in advance. Republicans are voting on election day when there is essentially an election season now

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