Lifelong Colorado Republican Burned His Voter Registration for Trump — Now Stunning New Detail Emerges…
GOP presidential candidate Donald Trump once again vented his frustrations with the so-called “Republican establishment” disenfranchising everyday Americans on Monday, tweeting the following:
This is happening all over our country—great people being disenfranchised by
politicians. Repub party is in trouble! https://t.co/wNXRqVl9Uu
— Donald J. Trump (@realDonaldTrump) April 11, 2016
Included in the tweet was a YouTube video of Larry Wayne Lindsey, a Colorado man who hoped to become a delegate for Trump at the Republican National Convention this summer, only to learn when he arrived at the state party’s convention in Colorado Springs this past weekend that he was not a qualified delegate.
As a result, Lindsey filmed himself burning a copy of his party registration to signify that he was severing all ties with the Grand Old Party.
According to The Federalist, it appears that the latter is in fact the answer.
The news website wrote that Lindsey had indeed shown up to his precinct caucus and was elected as a delegate to the county assembly, however he never took any further action. That included failing to show up to the county assembly or even signing in for his credentials after being elected.
Lindsey’s story is just one of many from this past weekend’s convention that illustrate the level of disorganization displayed by the Trump campaign and its supporters in the Centennial state.
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