BREAKING: Anti-Gun Colorado Senator Concedes… He is RECALLEDSeptember 11, 2013
The president of the Senate in Colorado is John Morse… and he just admitted defeat in a recall election. He is now the first-ever senator in Colorado to be successfully recalled.
He was recalled because he helped push anti-gun legislation in the state and openly ignored emails and messages from his constituents. The people decided that he didn’t represent them, he didn’t respect their basic Second Amendment rights, and he wasn’t fit to lead.
This is exactly what activism should look like. When politicians overstep their bounds, they should know that their careers will soon be over — anything else gives them the ability to ignore us and stay in power.
State Senate President and one of the architects of Colorado’s passage of strict gun control measures earlier this year, John Morse, has conceded the Colorado recall election. He is now officially recalled.
The results are unofficial at this point, but the numbers are nearly impossible for Morse to make up.
The tally currently stands at 52.37% in favor of recalling Morse and 47.63% opposed to the recall with 86% of districts reporting.
Political analysts thought John Morse would need a strong turnout in order to keep his state senate seat in Colorado.
Unfortunately for him, he did not get it. State Senate President and one of the architects of Colorado’s passage of strict gun control measures earlier this year has been officially RECALLED.
Good job, Colorado. Time to repeat this elsewhere.