We’ve reported about the gross behavior exhibited by Republican leaders in Colorado.
They’ve prevent Trump supporters from voting, going as far as altering the ballet to favor Cruz.
Now more people are expressing outrage, including the 17,000 members of the National Border Patrol Council.
The NBPC have openly endorsed Trump for president, after his unprecedented show of support for their hard work in keeping our borders safe.
He has openly announced that any discussion on U.S. border policy would include their involvement, if he were elected. That’s enough to garner anyone’s allegiance.
In criticizing Colorado’s behavior, they had this to say, via Breitbart:
It is now clear that voters are being disenfranchised in order to protect established interests…
By cancelling the election in Colorado, the Republican Party has found a brand new way to disenfranchise voters who want secure borders and safe communities. Once again, the will of the public – who have pleaded for immigration enforcement – is being overridden by special interests with agendas…
I am calling today on the Republican Party to promise free, fair and open elections in America. All candidates should join in this demand. Elections should mean that the people – not party insiders – choose the nominee. We will never secure our immigration system unless the raw will of the American people is imposed through the ballot box. Clearly, politicians and special interests will continue to betray America’s interests if they are left to their own devices.
Strong words from an increasingly important organization. If the men and women responsible for keeping our borders safe feel it necessary to chime in on voting regulation, what does it say about our broken system?
Border police shouldn’t be the only voices of reason in the discussion.
Politicians and officials from across the country should be making a stand for the people they represent. Unless every vote is counted fairly, we cannot trust our democratic process.
So make your voice heard. Get out and vote. Don’t let the Colorado Republican Party become the norm.