Colorado GOP, Donald Trump, Election 2016 presidential election, Republican Party establishment, rigged election, Ted Cruz
No matter how its spun, it is not sour grapes when someone with access to the Colorado GOP’s twitter account within moments of presenting 34 Colorado delegates to Senator Ted Cruz Saturday night tweets out “We did it. #NEVERTRUMP.”
Colorado GOP hastily deletes ‘Never Trump’ tweet following sweeping Cruz delegate victory https://t.co/0OeqM4u7YK pic.twitter.com/Da1FPdrNK0
— Chris (@Chris_1791) April 11, 2016
The last tweet was the result of unauthorized access to our account and in no way represents the opinion of the party. We are investigating.
— The Colorado GOP (@cologop) April 10, 2016
Nor was it an error but it was a slight and kick in the face to every voter denied access Saturday. Of course, to make it look good, it was not long before someone feigning shock hastily deleted the tweet and followed up with a half-hearted apology and excuse.
On a personal note, Colorado’s GOP can stick the tweet and their half-hearted apology where the sun does not shine.
Donald Trump was right. Cruz’s win came about courtesy of a rigged election with the powers that be including Lyin’ Ted under the impression that voters are stupid and not worth the effort of executing a worthwhile cover up.
It is the Colorado GOP establishment, who decided that voters and pro-Trump delegates were unnecessary, just give Cruz the delegates and let us be done with it.
Pro-Trump delegates were denied entrance “into the CO convention after their names were stripped from the rolls and the caucus, which would have been where the voters chose their candidate to bind the delegates to a candidate” yet Cruz delegates were listed twice.
As for Ted Cruz, he has proven himself a deceiver, a liar and snake among men. Michael Savage is right; Cruz should have immediately demanded that the wrongs be made right. Instead, he basks in the wrongs that are being committed on his behalf.
No wonder Colorado Republicans are burning their Republican Party voter registrations. I imagine the same happening all over the country before long.
Using Alinskyite tactics that Progressives have employed against the right for so long, leaders of the Republican Party are nothing more than elitist condescending gangbangers like their counterparts who are intentionally and without apology disenfranchising voters who refuse to tow the party line and don the gang colors.
In other words, Saturday night’s tweet that created a stir before being taken down was not an error, it was a message to the rest of us and to Donald Trump from the GOPe was rubbing our noses in the fact that they successfully rigged the Colorado Caucus (among others) and there wasn’t a damned thing that any of us could do about it, so there. SHAME ON THEM!
As for claims that Donald Trump is whining, LIE. Donald Trump is calling a spade a spade. That IS NOT WHINING!
Message to the GOP: I hold a grudge. So there!
I’m grateful for knowing who Ted Cruz really is ✌
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Rifleman III said:
Reblogged this on Rifleman III Journal.
I may be giving too much all at one time. My files on Cruz ARE HUGE:
Embattled White House candidate Ted Cruz‘s cheating scandal is set to explode wide-open, with fresh — and blockbuster — allegations that the married conservative senator was named in the black book of a notorious Washington D.C. madam who mysteriously died, RadarOnline.com has learned.
My words first: This is sooo sleezy of Cruz to do:
Then, next question: Senator Cruz, what did your people have in mind when you bought the rights to the 16 year old modeling pictures of the now Mrs Trump, which oddly ended up in the media right before the Utah primary ?? Next Question: Do you not find it odd that your campaign gave to a competeting candidate $500k? What reason was their for this??
Ted Cruz A Cross-Dressing Peeping Tom?
Ted Cruz’s Wife was “A Former Call Girl.”
New Yorkers seek court order to keep Ted Cruz off the ballot in state Republican presidential primaries because he was born in Canada.
Keep Him Off Ballots in Seven States
What I have been reading lately? Our Votes do not count.
Due to not accepting votes vs. Caucus voting?
Arrested: Demonstrators chanted slogans like “one person, one vote” and “money out of politics
The demonstrators chanted slogans like “one person, one vote” and “money out of politics” as they sat on the East Front of the Capitol. One sign read “Things go better without Koch,” a reference to the billionaire businessmen David and Charles Koch, who have promised to lead an almost $900 million campaign to back favored candidates this election cycle.
The demonstrators also protested state voter ID laws, saying they suppress voter participation. Another chant protested Democratic “superdelegates” — party figures, such as members of Congress, who are given votes at the Democratic National Convention but are not elected by primary elections or at party caucuses.
Police led dozens of protesters away in plastic handcuffs into a bus and shuttle vans, prompting cheers from the two groups of protesters, which were separated by a large police response.