Over 5,000 people came to a Colorado race track on Tuesday to protest the “chaos Governor Jared Polis has inflicted” during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Bandimere Speedway announced in a press release (see below) Monday that they would be holding the “Stop the COVID Chaos” event. The speedway has already faced the wrath of public health officials for ignoring COVID-19 restrictions on social distancing and mask requirements at previous large events.
The Bandimere Family is proud to invite you to their “Stop the COVID Chaos” Rally on Tuesday, Sept 1 at 6pm at Bandimere Speedway. Join with us as we celebrate God and country and the people of the great State of Colorado.
Gates open at 5pm, with the rally starting at 6pm. The highlight of the event will be at the conclusion when all attendees will be invited to go onto the track racing surface for a photo. Everyone is encouraged to bring their United States and Colorado flags and dress in red, white, and blue for the photo.
The rally is co-hosted by the Bandimere Family, Patrick Neville, Michelle Malkin, & Randy Corporon.
There will be a brief presentation to explain further why the Bandimere Family has decided to file a lawsuit since Governor Polis has not honored the spirit of the emergency powers law by repeatedly extending and expanding his authority and, regardless, because his Executive Orders and Public Health Orders are unconstitutional. Patrick Neville and Michelle Malkin will say a few words about their similar lawsuit which the Colorado Supreme Court declined to hear on Friday.
Co-hosts and members of the media will be making some passes down the famous “Thunder Mountain” quarter-mile. All local media personalities are invited to attend the rally and, if they choose to do so, challenge one of the co-hosts to a safe, supervised run down the race track in one of Bandimere’s challenge cars.
Everyone is invited to join us as together we express our God given right to demand a stop to the COVID Chaos Governor Polis has inflicted upon all of us with his Executive Orders and Public Health Orders.
We hope to see you on Sept 1, but if you cannot be there yourself, please tell your friends and family and co-workers so they can attend the “Stop the COVID Chaos” Rally and “Stand With Bandimere Speedway.”
The venue, southwest of Denver, can hold 23,000 people. A local health order requires venues holding events larger than 175 to submit pre-approval plans to the local health department. Public Health officials claim they had received no such plans.
“Given the absence of an approved plan for this event, we are hopeful [that] Bandimere intends to cap the attendance at 175 attendees or less.”
– a letter from Jefferson County officials
No masks. No fear. No bowing to King Polis.
The @bandimere family, @PatrickForCO @randycorporon & I are going to court to #StopTheCOVIDChaos. 5,500+ patriots joined us last night to stand up & #FightBack. Millions more across America also WALKING THE WALK to #ReopenAmerica. https://t.co/qRgsCptvmT
— Michelle Malkin (@michellemalkin) September 2, 2020
The event was free to attend and co-hosted by Michelle Malkin (conservative political commentator), Randy Corporon (attorney), and Patrick Neville (Colorado House of Representatives).