Colorado has decided that the only people who should be allowed to pick the Republican Party’s presidential nominee are Democrat legislators and judges.
And so the initial totalitarian overreach descends into grim farce.
Colorado GOP Chairman Dave Williams told The Colorado Sun on Tuesday night that if Trump isn’t on the ballot, the party would ask the state to cancel the Republican presidential primary. Instead, Republican voters would caucus to select delegates to the Republican National Convention in Milwaukee next year.
But Colorado’s Democrat regime refuses to cancel the primary and let GOP voters caucus.
Williams told The Sun that if Trump isn’t on the ballot and the Colorado Secretary of State’s Office won’t cancel the Republican presidential primary, “we will ignore the primary” results.
Nope, that can’t be allowed to happen either.
The Colorado Secretary of State’s Office said the Colorado GOP couldn’t withdraw from the presidential primary and that it has doubts about whether the party can ignore the primary results.
It is the Republican primary, isn’t it? Except the current position of Colorado’s Dem rulers and the media is that Republicans can’t have anything to do with the Republican primary.
The Colorado Secretary of State is Jena Griswold: a leftist Dem funded by out-of-state donors who fundraised off Trump being a threat to democracy.
Jena Griswold she sent out a fundraising letter, falsely accusing President Trump of an “assault on democracy”
The actual threat to democracy, in an unsurprising twist, turned out to be the leftist.
And the current position of Colorado Democrats is that democracy means Republicans have no say in who is chosen to represent them.
This isn’t democracy dying in darkness. It’s democracy being beaten to death on stage under floodlights in front of an audience of millions.