Presidential candidate and real estate mogul Donald Trump has received much criticism lately for calling the Colorado primary vote rigged — but Trump is right, and there is evidence to prove it.
Before the primary even began, delegates met and passed around a resolution which forbade delegates to vote for Trump for president or vice president because of a list of arbitrary reasons.
Social media users have gotten a hold of the resolution, and are going crazy over it.
The resolution states that “Donald Trump is not a Republican, Donald Trump is a demagogue, Donald Trump would destroy the Western alliance which is the basis of American security,Donald Trump would destroy the system of international trade…” and continued on and on and on.
— George White (@Georgew46) April 10, 2016
— Maureen (@MccurleyMaureen) April 10, 2016
— Janice R Williamson (@JanofBuckShadow) April 10, 2016
— Ida Whanna (@idawhannadoyou) April 11, 2016
And one man stepped forward to take blame for the letter. Robert Zubrin, who was elected as alternate delegate, told American Thinker on March 22 that he had indeed written the resolution, according to BizPac Review.
The resolution was apparently never formally adopted by the Colorado GOP, however.
Donald Trump responded to the allegations on Twitter, stating that the Republican Party in that state was just threatened by Trump.
The rules DID CHANGE in Colorado shortly after I entered the race in June because the pols and their bosses knew I would win with the voters
— Donald J. Trump (@realDonaldTrump) April 14, 2016
A protest has been planned in Colorado against the state’s GOP for April 15.
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