Undeniable Proof of the Premeditated Conspiracy to Shut Donald Trump Out of Colorado


Here at Stumpin For Trump, we have done several pieces on the chaos in Colorado and the varying incidents reported.

In the article Stop The Steal – What’s Going Down in Colorado,  we wrote about a piece of paper that was passed around and taken as a “Resolution”.


It was pointed out to me by a commentor here on Stumpin For Trump, “Getaclue”, the origin of this “resolution”.

This resolution was created by a writer/blogger, Robert Zubrin, from Colorado Republicans for Liberty at AmericanThinker.com who was also elected as an alternate delegate on March 1. You will notice that this resolution was written and published on March 22.  However, the Republican Colorado State Convention was not until April 9.

The anti-Trump politicians were passing around this “Resolution to Forbid Colorado Delegates from Voting for Trump” for weeks before the convention.

On Saturday, April 9th, Cruz supporters took all of the 13 delegates at the GOP Colorado Convention. In Stop the Steal, we wrote extensively about the “dirty tricks” and shut outs that occurred.  In that article it is also how Cruz’s establishment ties enabled this to take place. 

Now we can see that this shut out had been planned for weeks prior by the Colorado GOP.

The resolution from American Thinker : (I have screenshots if the page is suddenly deleted)

In the caucuses March 1, I was elected an alternate delegate to the Colorado State GOP convention, which on April 9 will select and instruct our delegates to the Republican National Convention in Cleveland this summer.

Accordingly, I have drawn up a resolution that is now being circulated that will forbid Colorado delegates to the national convention from voting for Donald Trump for president or vice president on any ballot.  Such a resolution is necessary, because Trump has publicly stated that his methods of operation include buying or renting the services of politicians for cash.

As the text of the resolution provides a succinct and forceful summary of the reasons why Donald Trump is unacceptable as a Republican candidate for president, I thought I would share it with the readers of American Thinker.  Here it is:

Resolution to Forbid Colorado Delegates from Voting for Donald Trump

Whereas Donald Trump is not a Republican; and

Whereas Donald Trump is a demagogue who is using fear, hate, and lies to assemble a mob in support of an agenda of socialist policy, unlimited government, and strongman rule; and

Whereas Donald Trump would destroy the Western alliance which is the basis of American security; and

Whereas Donald Trump would destroy the system of international trade which is the basis of American prosperity; and

Whereas Donald Trump would destroy the freedom of the press that is the basis of American liberty; and

Whereas Donald Trump would destroy the rule of law which is the basis of American civil society; and

Whereas Donald Trump has mocked those who risked their lives to fight for America when he avoided doing so; and

Whereas Donald Trump has acted as an apologist for America’s enemy Vladimir Putin and other brutal anti-American foreign tyrants; and

Whereas Donald Trump has set himself forth as an open exponent of lust, greed, and other vices antithetical to Judeo-Christian ethics and the moral fiber necessary to sustain a republic; and

Whereas Donald Trump has demonstrated that he has no respect for the truth, and

Whereas Donald Trump has defrauded thousands of ordinary Americans of their life savings; and

Whereas Donald Trump has, in the course of the present campaign, committed acts potential prosecutable as incitement to riot, a federal crime punishable by up to five years in prison; and

Whereas Donald Trump has knowingly acted to degrade the Republican presidential nominating process to a vile level that can only serve to drive people of talent and integrity out of the party and assist in the election of the party’s opponents; and

Whereas the nomination of Donald Trump for president would insure a landslide defeat for the Republican Party nationwide in the fall, and deeply damage the Republican Party and the conservative movement for years, and possibly decades to come; and

Whereas a vote for Donald Trump by any member of the Colorado delegation to the Republican National Convention would dishonor and disgrace the Colorado Republican Party;

Therefore, be it resolved that:

  1. The Colorado Republican Party forbids any of its delegates to the Republican National Convention to vote for Donald Trump for president or vice president on the first ballot or any other ballot, and
  2. The Colorado Republican Party asks its delegates to national convention to pledge on their honor to do everything in their power to help secure the presidential nomination for someone other than Donald Trump.

Donald Trump has threatened the Republican Party with mob violence.  Let’s tell him where to go!

Colorado Republicans for Liberty

The purpose of CRL is to help save American liberty and constitutional government by denying Donald Trump Colorado’s 37 delegates to the Republican National Convention.  You can join us on Facebook.

Robert Zubrin is president of Pioneer Energy of Lakewood, Colo., and the author of The Case for Mars.  The paperback edition of his latest book, Merchants of Despair: Radical Environmentalists, Criminal Pseudo-Scientists, and the Fatal Cult of Antihumanism, was recently published by Encounter Books.





  • LiberatedCitizen √ Team Trump

    Trump is right the system is rigged. Some call it the Uni-party other’s say they are just different sides of the same coin but the truth is they will work together to keep the status quo intact. Annie it’s not just Colorado. As I noted in “Trump the System is Rigged, It’s Crooked”

    This is also happening on the left. And Colorado was just one of the States.

    Lifezette reports: Still reeling after Sen. Ted Cruz’s delegate sweep in Colorado, voters are waking up to the fact that delegates are the ones who will determine the Republican nominee and that the primaries and caucuses are just for show. What’s more, there might just be another Colorado on the horizon, where voters will get no say at all.

    Up next is the state of Wyoming, a state which, along with Colorado and North Dakota, has chosen to not hold a nominating contest this year, which means no primary or caucus vote. Instead, Republican voters there will be represented by county delegates at a convention April 14-16. They will select the statewide delegates who will represent Wyoming at the Republican National Convention in July in Cleveland.

    Wyoming holds 29 delegates: 14 will be elected at the convention and 12 have already been selected at county conventions — nine of which are Cruz supporters. One delegate went to Sen. Marco Rubio, one went to Donald Trump, and one is uncommitted. The remaining three delegates slots automatically go to members of the state GOP.


    Like I said in that article Trump is right.


  • Sparkle Plenty

    Just change the name to Raphael Eduardo Cruz and this guy would have nailed it.

  • ellyn

    Why is the GOP establishment so afraid of Trump? I am thankful he is running for POTUS, but fearful for his life!

  • Iamacitizen2

    Things done in the “dark” cannot be in the “Light”!!! Things done behind the scenes sometimes take a little time to surface and bother when they do and they are seen as totally devious and crooked people (like lyin’ TED) will SEE it for what it is and do the RIGHT thing for the good of ALL to fix it or to toss it aside!!!

    Some people (i.e. lyin’ Ted) tried everything to fool the people and he still is with some who are in the dark…especially when he tried to fool EVERYBODY that he was an American citizen…go figure…there is still an open case (New Jersey Appellate Court filed by Victor Williams a current “write in Presidential Candidate”) against Rafael Edward (Teddy) Cruz an illegal immigrant to the USA since he was 4 years old and he screwed up and didn’t realize that Canada didn’t have “dual citizenship” in 1970 but that Canada did have dual citizenship as of 1977. Even Prof. Elhauge of Harvard said the same thing in an Amiscus Brief he filed in PA last February.

    So, it doesn’t surprise me at all that he is part of this mess in Colorado. Typical of sly dog attorney’s for sure.