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July 19, 2016 6:48 am

Chaos Erupts at GOP Convention After ‘Never Trump’ Movement Almost Forces Key Vote

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The site of the COP Convention. Photo: Wiki Commons.

The site of the COP Convention. Photo: Wiki Commons.

ABC – The floor of the Republican National Convention erupted into chaos Monday amid an attempt by never-Trump forces to change the event’s rules. The bid was defeated, thwarting the effort to block the real estate mogul’s path to the nomination.

Delegates engaged in dueling chants of “Roll call vote” and “USA” on the floor after Rep. Steve Womack of Arkansas, the presiding chairman, forced a voice vote and judged that those who favored the existing rules prevailed. Colorado’s delegation walked off of the floor in protest amid the chaos.

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  • You are damaging your credibility just quoting sources without vetting.
    A majority of FLOOR MEMBERS, not necessarily voting delegates in NINE OF FIFTY states wanted a roll call vote, to OVERTURN the results of primaries, and there was just no such support for invalidating the votes of more republicans voting in primaries than at any time in history …by far.
    Not even close.

    Send someone to the convention yourselves and be objective

    Chaos is, if not a lie, totally, objectively inaccurate as anyone with a TV viewing the entire convention could tell you.

    Chaos was 1968 in Chicago.
    This was normal american politics carried out by less than 20% of the states present, and by not all the members of those states.

    #HOWITIS

    And I’m no Trump lover, but I am a primary voter, and if those votes were overturned by INSIDERS, what is the point of primaries, or showing up to vote in them?

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