Election

HOW CONVENIENT: Iowa Democrats Blame TRUMP SUPPORTERS for Caucus Chaos, Say ‘Flooded Hotlines’

posted by Hannity Staff - 2.06.20

Members of the Iowa Democratic Party publicly blamed supporters of President Trump for their full-fledged caucus meltdown this week; claiming Republican voters “flooded” their hotlines as officials were trying to transmit the results.

“Red-faced Iowa Democrats have zeroed in on a new culprit for the botched caucuses that may cost the Hawkeye State its time-honored role as the kickoff to presidential races. After first blaming an app for the inability to declare Monday night, a problem that still lingers even as frustrated candidates have packed up and moved on to New Hampshire for the nation’s first primary, the state party is blaming the president’s supporters,” reports Fox News.

“Ken Sagar, a Democratic central committee member in the state, told a conference call Wednesday that on the night of the caucus, Trump backers were calling in to voice their support for the president, Bloomberg reported. Sagar was reportedly one of the people answering the calls,” adds Fox.

With over 90% of the results in, Pete Buttigieg maintains a slight delegate lead over Bernie Sanders, followed by Elizabeth Warren in third place and Joe Biden in fourth.

“So we don’t know the results. But we know. By the time it’s all said and done, you have shocked the nation,” the former South Bend, Ind., mayor told his supporters. “Because, by all indications, we are going on to New Hampshire victorious.”

Read the full report at Fox News.

36 HOURS LATER: Iowa Chaos Continues, Results Still Unclear, 71% Reporting, Buttigieg Slightly Ahead of Bernie

posted by Hannity Staff - 2.05.20

Roughly 36 hours after the completion of the Iowa Caucus, just 71% of the results have been released by the Democratic Party; showing South Bend, Indiana Mayor Pete Buttigieg slightly ahead of Senator Bernie Sanders.

With less than three quarters of the vote tallied, Pete Buttigieg leads with 26.8% of the state’s delegates, followed by Bernie Sanders with 25.2%, Elizabeth Warren with 18.4%, Joe Biden at 15.4%, and Amy Klobuchar at 12.6%.

As the finger-pointing between Democratic voters, local party officials, and the DNC over the disastrous Iowa Caucus continues, far-left magazine ‘Mother Jones’ found a unique target for the debacle: Mitch McConnell.

With barely any information and zero results released from the Democratic Party, Mother Jones was quick to name the Senate Majority Leader as the true culprit.

“Let’s not forget: Mitch McConnell has steadfastly refused to allow meaningful election security legislation to reach the Senate floor while stymieing most related funding, arguing new laws or mandates would be an overstep of federal power,” posted the progressive magazine on social media.

“So the fiasco in Iowa is… McConnell’s fault,” posted The Hill’s Joe Concha on Twitter.

CAUCUS CHAOS: Watch Democrats ‘Flip a Coin’ to Decide Which Candidate Wins a Delegate

posted by Hannity Staff - 2.04.20

Recently released footage on social media is shedding new light on the full-scale meltdown that occurred during Monday night’s Iowa Caucus; showing officials “flipping a coin” to determine which candidate receives a delegate.

“In some cases, Iowa is leaving the Democratic caucuses up to chance. In the case of a tie during Monday night’s caucuses, the state is resorting to an old-fashioned coin flip to decide which candidates win delegates. A couple have already occurred,” reports The Week.

 

“This is nothing new — in 2016, Hillary Clinton won all six of her Iowa caucus coin tosses. The current candidates are surely hoping they have that kind of luck,” adds the website.

Read the full report here.

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