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Bloomberg Wasted $350,000 on Colorado Recall

Wednesday, September 11, 2013

From the moment the recall effort in Colorado began, money started flowing in from out-of-state gun control proponents and influence flowed in from Chicago. It was all part of an effort to protect state senators Angela Giron (D-Pueblo) and John Morse (D-Colo. Springs) from being recalled. 

And by extension, it was about protecting Colorado's new gun control laws as well. 

When the gun control measures were passed, and then signed into law by Governor John Hickenlooper (D) on March 20, Coloradans in Giron and Morse's districts felt hoodwinked. El Paso County Sherrif Terry Maketa said, "The two senators dismissed [their constituents'] opinions, literally said they did not want to hear from them," thus setting the recall effort in motion. 

Read more: Breitbart.com

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