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Democratic Caucus Collapse

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a follow up to the other Jimmy Dore video...

expanding on how the DNC are stopping Bernie Sanders ... 

I mean... after 2016 and what went down there is no way the (hi jacked) Democrat Party
are going to let Bernie get to be the Presidential Candidate - it's just a case of how they
are going to do it and block him without it being too obvious...

 

 

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DieChecker

I read an article that after Iowa posted 100% votes counted, that it was really like 99.5%.

And that several precinct chiefs stated the published numbers were not what they sent in for their precinct. 

It still smells in my opinion.

Supposedly the Shadow corporation that created the App has purged their back end database, so what people sent in from each precinct cant be reviewed anymore at original source of collection.

 

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DieChecker

NBC News: NBC News review of Iowa caucus vote finds potential errors, inconsistencies.
https://www.nbcnews.com/politics/2020-election/nbc-news-review-iowa-caucus-vote-finds-potential-errors-inconsistencies-n1132011?cid=googlenews-politics

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The Decision Desk said it identified at least 77 precincts, or 4.5 percent, where the total votes for what is known as "reallocated candidate preference" is greater than the total votes for "initial candidate preference" — a difference that makes no sense.

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In a statement released Thursday afternoon, Iowa Democratic Party Chair Troy Price said that, "Throughout the collection of records of results, the IDP identified inconsistencies in the data and used our redundant paper records to promptly correct those errors."

Assuming that the paper records, recorded by the same people running everything that got screwed up, are recorded correctly.

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DieChecker

The Guardian: The mess in the Iowa caucuses are a blow to American faith in democracy.
https://www.theguardian.com/commentisfree/2020/feb/07/the-iowa-caucuses-only-reinforced-the-idea-that-democracy-is-a-joke

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Whoever pulls ahead in the final count, it was a serious defeat for democracy. The caucuses occur in public, so at the end of the day we’ll probably get a count we can trust, but the Iowa Democratic party seems to have done everything possible to make people lose confidence in the results’ reliability. First, by deploying an untested app with no transparency, they opened up suspicion about manipulation. Second, by keeping the results they had under wraps, without giving any explanation or timeline, they made themselves look like they were sitting on results because they didn’t like the outcome. Third, by releasing results that contained obvious errors (which tended to go against Bernie Sanders), and delaying a bunch of results that pulled Sanders closer to Buttigieg, they looked conspiratorial. The arcane delegate math didn’t help: as cable news election experts tried to explain how more votes for Sanders turns into more delegates for Buttigieg, they made American elections look absurd.

 

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Gromdor
23 minutes ago, DieChecker said:

The Guardian: The mess in the Iowa caucuses are a blow to American faith in democracy.
https://www.theguardian.com/commentisfree/2020/feb/07/the-iowa-caucuses-only-reinforced-the-idea-that-democracy-is-a-joke

 

Iowans didn't think it was that bad at all.  Part of the silly new system was that everyone got a card and there was an easily trackable paper trail system that went with it.  What has made news here is the amount of trolls calling in on the Democrat phone lines trying to sabotage the system: https://www.nbcnews.com/tech/security/clog-lines-iowa-caucus-hotline-posted-online-encouragement-disrupt-results-n1131521

Edit: I wouldn't say they were hackers, but posting the numbers on the internet to get angry Trump supporters to spam the lines and disrupt the caucus did work.

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simplybill

If the app is missing some basic security components, that would be an open invitation for any hacker in the world to interfere with the election. Hopefully they’ll get the bugs worked out before New Hampshire.

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Gromdor
1 hour ago, simplybill said:

If the app is missing some basic security components, that would be an open invitation for any hacker in the world to interfere with the election. Hopefully they’ll get the bugs worked out before New Hampshire.

Nah, from what I hear the app was too secure and the people on the ground couldn't download or log in because of all the checks.  Then when they tried to call in on the hot line, the hot line was down because the numbers got leaked onto the internet (4chan) and was being spammed by trolls.

Nevada was the only other state that was scheduled to use the app and they decided not to after what happened here.

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Montmorency the Dog
17 hours ago, Gromdor said:

Nah, from what I hear the app was too secure and the people on the ground couldn't download or log in because of all the checks.  Then when they tried to call in on the hot line, the hot line was down because the numbers got leaked onto the internet (4chan) and was being spammed by trolls.

Ah, it's all the fault of trols!
Never the fault of the "Democratic" Party :innocent:

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