The controversy surrounding the Colorado primary has stirred up Donald Trump supporters, but it may only be the beginning.
In Colorado, Trump has decried a primary system which he says is “rigged” by “the bosses” of the GOP, which keeps voters from choosing the winner in the state.
Trump blasted Republican leadership in Colorado after Cruz grabbed 34 delegates in the state’s convention on Saturday. “It’s a totally corrupt, rigged system,” he said.
And just yesterday, BizPac Review reported how the delegate system in Colorado changed in March in an effort to strip Trump of delegates, despite Republican National Committee (RNC) spokespersons claiming otherwise.
What occurred in Colorado, though, is just a fraction of what is yet to come in the next month.
In a meeting behind closed doors yesterday, GOP party leaders met in Indiana to select 21 delegates that are expected to be anti-Trump, even though voters don’t get to vote for another three weeks in the state, according to Bloomberg News.
This is the same process which occurred in Colorado, where delegates are chosen for candidates ahead of an actual primary election by GOP voters, essentially nullifying votes.
A similar situation is expected to follow in Wyoming, where 14 delegates are chosen at the state primary’s convention, the majority of which are reportedly anti-Trump.
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