Colorado GOP’s Trump Action Plan

( – In a decisive move, the Colorado Republican Party has rallied in support of former President Donald Trump following a controversial ruling by the state’s Supreme Court.

The decision deemed Trump ineligible for reelection, citing his involvement in what it called the January 6, 2021, insurrection.

In response, the Colorado GOP, led by Chair Dave Williams, is considering a shift from primary elections to a caucus system should the ruling remain unchanged.

This stance is a clear testament to the party’s commitment to Trump’s candidacy and the rights of voters in Colorado who might choose him.

Williams, speaking to CNN, expressed his view that the ruling is “absurd” and emphasized the party’s readiness to contest this decision all the way to the U.S. Supreme Court.

The Colorado Supreme Court’s ruling, which came down to a narrow 4-3 decision, would remove Trump from the state’s presidential primary ballot under the U.S. Constitution’s insurrection clause.

This is a historic application of Section 3 of the 14th Amendment, a decision made by a court composed of justices appointed by Democratic governors.

Trump, undeterred, has vowed to appeal this divisive ruling.

In a show of solidarity, GOP candidate Vivek Ramaswamy announced his intention to withdraw from the Colorado GOP primary ballot if Trump’s disqualification is upheld.

Ramaswamy’s statement, which also calls on fellow Republican candidates Ron DeSantis, Chris Christie, and Nikki Haley to follow suit, underscores the potential impact of this ruling on the Republican primary landscape.

This development in Colorado could set the stage for a significant legal and political showdown, with potential ramifications for the GOP nomination and the broader political climate in the United States.

The Colorado Republican Party’s firm stance in this matter reflects the deep divisions and the high stakes involved in the lead-up to the next presidential election.