Matt Drudge: ‘Hello Colorado Republicans, even Iraqis get a vote’

Supporters of Republican presidential candidate Sen. Ted Cruz attend the Republican Convention at The Broadmoor World Arena in Colorado Springs, Colorado on April 9, 2016.
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Matt Drudge is weighing in on the results in Colorado, where Sen. Ted Cruz (R-TX) received at least 30 of the 37 delegates following the state Republican Party Convention last weekend.

“Does George Bush have to invade Colorado to make it a Democracy? STUNNING Republicans had NO PRIMARY or CAUCUS. At least Dems are faking it!” Drudge posted on Twitter.

When Republican party leaders decided not to hold a primary or caucus in Colorado, The Denver Post reported:

The Colorado system often favors anti-establishment candidates who draw a dedicated following among activists — as evidenced by Rick Santorum’s victory in 2012 caucus. So the party’s move may hurt GOP contenders such as Donald Trump, Ben Carson and Rand Paul, who would have received a boost if they won the state.

During a campaign rally on Monday night, GOP frontrunner Donald Trump called Colorado “a fix” because instead of holding an election, the GOP decided to do it through delegates.

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