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Trump Supporter Burns His Republican Party Registration

According to this Donald Trump Supporter in Colorado Springs he was denied access to his Colorado State Caucus because he is a Trump supporter. Brew Ski on YouTube goes on to say he is a delegate and was threatened to have his vote nullified and replaced by an alternate “of their choosing” to which FidoSysop sez is BS!

Update 04/11/2016 Larry Lindsey said on Facebook:

I have been inundated with emails, texts and phone calls, both yesterday and today – so much so that I cannot keep up with it all!

I am going to be interviewed this afternoon by NBC News (national), tomorrow morning by MSNBC (national), and tomorrow afternoon, live on Fox New’s Varney and Company. And there are a slew of local radio talk shows, local TV news and national blogs who are wanting interviews with me!

Not sure how I am going to be able to fit everyone in, but I am going to try!

Colorado GOP, you started this, now I am going to finish it!

You Go Larry! Give Em HELL!
Larry Lindsey is the public voice of the American Citizens that are sick and tired of these CROOKS That Are Running Our Country Into The Ground!! These Crooked Politicians are selling out America, or should i say Have SOLD OUT AMERICA!

Enough Is Enough! We Support Donald Trump For President! If the RNC Cheats Trump2016 out of the nomination for whatever reason, I believe we will see a revolt like nothing this country has ever seen before! 😡

In this video Larry Lindsey burns his Republican Party Registration Papers!

It is up to “We The People” to chose who we feel is a good choice for us. Not the establishment choosing for us. This situation must be illegal.

Hopefully appropriate charges are filed for voter fraud and manipulation in Colorado Springs, and Elsewhere if it occurred or occurs in the future.

Just my two cents worth as usual.. 😉

Retired used car dealer (trust-me) and ASE cert mechanic turned hobbyist internet webmaster. I also operate Doc's place computer bulletin board system (bbs) since 1991. While you’re here check out FidoSysop Forum. There's no censorship when posting or commenting on hot topics such as politics!

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    The Republican party is a mess when it comes to their determination to bury Trump. From slanderous ads to manipulating the delegate process.

    This is all about corruption. Fraud. And this is about denying Americans the right to choose our next president!

    Ted Cruz allegedly swept Colorado but HOW did he do it? With a little help from his friends. Unbelievable.

    Check this out. First of all Politico reports that moments after announcing that Ted Cruz had swept all 34 delegate slots at the Colorado GOP convention Saturday, the state party tweeted: “We did it. #NeverTrump”

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    Former CO GOP Chair: Message We’re Sending Is “Your Vote Doesn’t Matter And Your Voice Doesn’t Count”

    Former Colorado state Republican party chairman Ryan Call talked to
    Laura Ingraham today to explain the delegation-selection process works
    and how it “cuts out any semblance of democracy or the popular will.”
    Call said the statewide convention that chooses the delegates reinforces
    all the worst stereotypes of the party.

    Ingraham: The August 25th announcement that they would no longer do the
    presidential preference poll at their caucus, my spidey-senses went up
    when that happened. Was I correct to, at the time, note that this was a
    sign that they were not going to be bound by the people of Colorado
    selecting Trump. If that was a risk, they wanted to cut that off at the
    pass in August. Am I correct in stating that?

    Call: That’s exactly right. While the caucus votes we’ve held in
    previous elections in 2008 and 2012 were always straw polls, they didn’t
    bind or allocate the delegations. They at least were a snapshot into
    where voter sentiment is in the state of Colorado, and the decision by
    the state Republican Party to cancel that vote taken in connection with
    the caucus really did cut out any semblance of democracy or the popular
    will in connection with the delegate election event. It became an entire
    party insiders game with getting delegates to go to county assemblies
    in the state convention. While Colorado has over a million registered
    Republican voters, the only votes that really counted were that of the
    3,900 delegates that gathered down in Colorado Springs.

    Ingraham: How do you become a delegate in Colorado? Does it tend to be
    more people who are activists within the Party? Is there a Tea Party
    element? How does that play out?

    Call: So, Colorado has a lot of different elements. Tea Party elements,
    strong second amendment and pro-life supporters, it’s a very diverse
    coalition. And, lots of factions are involved in the Party. But, the
    process to become a delegate, to be able to have your voice heard in the
    process, is admittedly cumbersome, convoluted, complicated, and not
    friendly to folks that are political novices or are new at this process.
    You would have had to show up at your local neighborhood caucuses back
    in March, March 1st, and sit through two or three hour meetings, get
    elected from among your neighbors at the local neighborhood precinct
    caucus to go attend a county assembly. Then, from the county assembly,
    you had to convince the few hundred or a thousand of delegates at the
    county assembly to move you on to attend the congressional district, or
    state convention process. Then, you had to show up at the state
    convention and, as has been widely reported, you had ten seconds to make
    your pitch to the 3,900 delegates at the state assembly of why they
    should elect you to go to Cleveland.

    Ingraham: At a time where the Republicans are so fractured, and it
    really is for the most part an anti-Establishment mood within the
    Party, that’s why Rubio went down in flames, that’s why Jeb couldn’t get
    any traction, that’s why Kasich is still lower in delegate count than
    Rubio. These outsiders as they’re called are still managing to capture
    the imagination and the spirit of the people, but if at the end of all
    this people just have an overall sense that, if you’re a Republican
    voter and you vote it doesn’t matter that much, how much damage do you
    think that will do to the Republican brand or reputation going forward?

    Call: That is a great observation, and it’s a concern I feel
    overwhelmingly as well. The very time we should be opening up our doors
    and being more open and transparent, and welcoming people into our
    Party, we’ve essentially made the decision to close it off and make it
    more cumbersome and more difficult. And, to prevent the ability of
    people to have their voice heard in this process. You’re reinforcing all
    of the very worst stereotypes about the Party and I, frankly, am very
    concerned about the way voters are going to feel. In a swing state like
    Colorado, for example, even if Ted Cruz or Donald Trump ultimately
    become the nominee for President, while we’ve been able to make our
    pitch to the 3,900 delegates at the state convention, there’s million
    registered Republicans that haven’t been talked to and there’s almost a
    million and a half unaffiliated voters, independent voters, that are key
    to deciding the contest in the battleground state and we haven’t done
    any work in a state like Colorado to build the campaign infrastructure
    to engage them or allow their voices to be heard. So, the message we’re
    sending to voters broadly the way this process is going is that your
    vote doesn’t matter and your voice doesn’t count.

    http://www.realclearpolitics.com/video/2016/04/11/former_co_gop_chair_message_were_sending_is_your_vote_doesnt_matter_and_your_voice_doesnt_count.html#ooid=BnY3lxMjE6whvC4gP57I-AyNYxTYj4Ol

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