Colorado Dem Gov Candidate Refuses To Admit How Much His Radical Far-Left Agenda Will Cost Taxpayers

Jared Polis admitted he hadn’t “come up with a way of funding” his big spending early childhood education proposal.

In the Colorado governor’s race, Democrat Jared Polis is refusing to admit how much his high spending proposals would cost taxpayers or how he would pay for them.

At a recent campaign event, Polis admitted he hadn’t “come up with a way of funding” his big spending early childhood education proposal.

Only a few weeks ago, Polis attempted to dodge an undecided voter’s question about how he would pay for his radical far-left plans, including single-payer, by saying he doesn’t “know the answers.”

Shortly before that, Polis tried to distance himself from his own energy plan, after confronted with a study finding it would cost an astronomical $45 billion, by claiming he had no “serious proposals” to implement it.

Polis thinks he can get elected by making pie-in-the-sky promises to his base without taking accountability for the consequences. It’s time he lets the people of Colorado know how much his radical far-left agenda will cost them.

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