From Conservative Review:
“Last weekend, Ted Cruz crushed Trump in Colorado. It was a process that began on March 1. On that evening, tens of thousands of Colorado Republicans met in caucuses to select delegates to county conventions. Those delegates then met to select delegates to the district and state conventions, who then select the national convention delegates. This is exactly what happened in Colorado. Like it has every four years, since 1912.
Trump has used the Colorado caucuses to amplify the notion that the process has been rigged against him. It isn’t. In fact, the Republican nominating process has been engineered to help the front-runner, which in this case is Trump. A stark reminder of that came this past week when Missouri officials finally certified the primary election. Trump ended up 0.2 percent above Cruz and walked away with over 70 percent of the delegates. The process is rigged for the front-runner to quickly reach a majority. That Trump has failed to do so is nobody’s fault but his own.”