Cynthia Coffman, Colorado Attorney General and failed 2018 gubernatorial candidate deletes reviews from official govt./taxpayer funded AG’s Facebook page in violation of citizens’ Constitutional Right to petition the Govt. for redress of grievances. Serious civil rights violation. Do you want Cynthia Coffman as your next governor? Let her know how you feel about censorship. https://twitter.com/CynthiaHCoffman
Does Colorado Attorney General Cynthia Coffman have the right to remove negative reviews from the official Colorado Attorney General’s Facebook page? She believes she does. Several days ago, I posted a review on the Colorado AG Facebook page with a link to Court transcript evidence linking her, and her predecessor John Suthers in concealment of multiple felonies alleged to have been committed by Weld County District Court Chief Judge James Hartmann. The evidence, spanning 6 years, further implicates Congressman Ken Buck and (Fmr.) Boulder County District Attorney Stan Garnett for their roles in concealment, aiding, abetting, and compounding of crimes, including first degree perjury, attempt to influence a public servant, obstruction of justice, and evidence tampering by Judge James F. Hartmann. With full knowledge of crime, and her sworn oath to uphold the law, Cynthia Coffman chose to conceal the Colorado Attorney General’s Office’s involvement by immediately removing the “Reviews” category from the Colorado Attorney General’s Facebook page. A similar evidence-backed review was posted on Cynthia Coffman’s 2018 gubernatorial candidate Facebook page: it was also immediately deleted, however the same legal rights/obligations may not apply. With that said, I believe Cynthia Coffman has engaged in unlawful/unethical censorship if furtherance of her political career. Citizens of the United States have the right to petition the Government for redress of grievances: that’s a Constitutionally protected right. Further, as We the People of the State of Colorado are paying our hard-earned taxpayer dollars to have a government official maintain the Colorado Attorney General’s Facebook page, I don’t believe they have the right to violate the 1st Amendment rights of Colorado Citizens by censoring social media. Let Cynthia Coffman know what you think about her illegal censorship on Twitter, since she’s shut down comments on the official government (taxpayer owned) Facebook page.
Let Colorado Attorney General Cynthia Coffman know how you feel about censorship. https://twitter.com/CynthiaHCoffman
The Government of Colorado, with full knowledge of crime by Judge James Hartmann, Congressman Ken Buck, Boulder District Attorney Stan Garnett, and others should, rightfully, publicly release all transcripts related to the ongoing crimes of the aforementioned. The Government of Colorado WILL, however continue to use our socioeconomic status to conceal evidence. We need (very expensive) transcripts. Please Donate!