Colorado Becomes the 12th Blue State to Support Ditching the Electoral College | WHAT REALLY HAPPENED


Colorado Becomes the 12th Blue State to Support Ditching the Electoral College

Colorado has joined 11 other states captured by Hillary Clinton in the 2016 presidential election to pass a legislative measure to award the winner of the popular vote count with their Electoral College votes.

Democrat Gov. Jared Polis signed the measure on Friday, though it will only take effect if enough states – those representing at least 270 of the electoral votes, the amount needed to win a presidential election – sign onto the same law.

With Colorado’s inclusion, the law has been passed in states representing 181 of the votes.

The move marks yet another in a frightening display which has seen states still raging about Clinton’s defeat, attempt to abolish the Constitutional system that prevents those with massive populations – such as the liberal cesspools of New York and California – from deciding who leads the rest of the country.

This should not be dismissed as anything less than an attempt to destroy our electoral process, simply because the left is, to this day, incapable of accepting the words ‘President Donald J. Trump.’

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