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There is a concerted effort before the convention to convince people that delegates were stolen from Donald Trump, and there is no better example of this than the controversy that has erupted over Colorado's state convention.

After Ted Cruz swept the state and garnered all 34 of the state's delegates through a series of district meetings and a state convention, Donald Trump took to Twitter calling the process "totally unfair."

Well, in fact, the delegate allocation was fair and there really is no controversy at all. Colorado has been awarding their delegates essentially the same exact way since 1912.

Mark Levin thoroughly breaks down the issue as well as why Trump supporters are pushing the "unfair" narrative: