Like many blue states, Colorado tried some funny business with their Electoral College votes after the 2016 election.
Now a federal court has called them out for it.
The Daily Wire reported:
MEUSER: Federal Court Deals Serious Blow To The National Popular Vote Interstate Compact
On Tuesday, the Denver-based U.S. Court of Appeals for the 10th Circuit ruled that the Colorado secretary of state violated the Constitution when he removed an Electoral College delegate who had chosen to vote for John Kasich instead of Hillary Clinton. The secretary of state nullified the vote of the delegate and installed a new delegate who voted in accordance with the popular vote of the state of Colorado.
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