Former Mesa County Clerk Tina Peters spent the evening of Christmas, 2023 hunched over in a RV in the dark broadcasting her internet TV show, “The Tina Peters Show,” over wifi from an undisclosed location. She told viewers that for her, Christmas “is always a little bit quiet because the criminals have taken most of my family.” She interviewed an anti vaxx, anti-mask, election-denier conspiracy theorist-attorney from Oregon, begged viewers to donate money to help fund her personal support and legal expenses, warned viewers against taking vaccines, promoted fake Covid-19 cures and treatments, expressed her hope that “the scales would fall from the eyes” of Mesa County District Attorney Dan Rubinstein and the judge in her criminal case and both would undergo a Biblical awakening within the next 6 weeks before her criminal trial starts on February 9, see the error of their ways and drop all of the charges against her, since in her own mind she’s done nothing wrong.
Tina complained, “They want to put me in prison for being a whistleblower.”
It was pretty much a normal night forTina.
What was new is that sponsors for Tina’s show are now a kitty litter company and purveyors of a MAGA-themed playing card deck called “Donor Deck” in which Trump is portrayed as the King of Clubs, holding what appears to be a Bible, his two sons, Don Jr. and Eric, as the Jacks, Melania as the Queen of Clubs, and D.O.J. Special Counsel Jack Smith, the special counsel who is prosecuting Trump for trying to undermine the 2020 election, as the Joker. The pack of cards costs $45.00. Profits go equally to Trump’s dark money PAC, the Make America Great Again PAC, and a PAC that supports disgraced former National Security Advisor Michael Flynn.