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Texas Senator won ALL 34 delegates after the corrupt COP leadership completely canceled the popular vote
Coming out swinging, conservative talk-radio superstar Michael Savage called the Republican party’s decision to prevent the people from voting in the primary an enormous scandal. He then followed up by calling on Cruz to do the right thing and disregard the GOP leadership’s ruling and call for a popular vote to decide the delegates.
“What just happened in Colorado should, frankly, disqualify Cruz, who claims to be a constitutional conservative,” Savage told his listeners Monday.
Savage said Trump has been “pushed aside by the ‘Republicrat and Demican’ party, which I have told you about since 1994.”
“I told you we don’t have a democracy. It’s how I rose to fame in the radio business. … I position, as I have been all my life, as a total cynic,” he said.
“This is a corrupt, rotten system. It’s a one-party system. It’s demagoguery. There is no two-party system. They are the ones who selected Obama. They are the ones who are selecting Hillary. Make no mistake about it.”
Savage said the “rigged Republican, back-room deal” was “not befitting a free republic” and “something you would expect of Uruguay in the 1940s.”
“How can Mr. Cruz support a rigged election in Colorado and still claim to be a conservative?”
Also responding to the rampant corruption and controversy, Rush Limbaugh had a different take on the matter and stated that Cruz wasn’t exactly cheating, but simply taking advantage of the rules that are currently in place.
“He’s demonstrating he knows how to work himself within this insider labyrinth. He knows how to navigate it. He knows how to work it. He knows how to turn it to his advantage,” Limbaugh explained. “You have to look at this and say, ‘OK, what does this tell us about Cruz, if he should become president?’ No matter how enamored you are – and a lot of people are – no matter how enamored you are of the notion of a total outsider with no links to the establishment, no links to insider politics, nothing whatsoever, you’re fascinated by that happening, somebody coming in and just totally wrecking the castle, finding out that you can’t do that without getting inside the castle first. ‘Cause people inside the castle are not gonna let you crumble the walls.”
He continued: “You know, being an outsider, it has benefits, but it has drawbacks, too, and knowing the rules inside out and outworking the competition is not cheating. If you happen to be more knowledgeable of how things work and are able to work it to your advantage, that’s just hard work. That isn’t cheating. I think the entire lesson, if you look at the Obama campaign and the Cruz campaign, organization matters, from the grassroots on up.”
Listen to Michael Savage’s comments below: