Tuesday, February 2, 2016

Iowa Caucuses: Sanders Wants Raw Vote Count

Bernie Sanders has called on the Democratic Party to release a raw vote count in Iowa. Speaking to reporters on a plane flying from Des Moines to New Hampshire, Sanders hinted on a controversy over results of certain Iowa precincts went missing, the Guardian reported. “I honestly don’t know what happened. I know there are some precincts that have still not reported. I can only hope and expect that the count will be honest,” Sanders said. His campaign director, Jeff Weaver, told reporters that he hoped there would be an investigation into what happened.

Recently the Iowa Democratic Party informed the campaigns of Sen. Bernard Sanders and Hillary Clinton late Monday night that results for 90 precincts across the state went missing, which could account for as much as 5 percent of the total vote, and asked the campaigns for help in getting a tally for those missing results. 

Recently a video emerged on C-SPAN  that was claimed to show Clinton voter fraud in Polk County, Iowa Caucus. In the video it is seen that caucus chair and Clinton precinct captain did not conduct actual count of Clinton supporters and deliberately mislead caucus. 

Furthermore, Iowa coin toss controversy arose. There were two coin tosses in Des Moines and four more in Ames, Newton, West Branch and Davenport, the Des Moines Register reported. Videos of these coin tosses are kept as evidence. However, a video emerged which the Des Moines Register did not report on, showing a seventh coin toss in precinct Hardin, Johnson County. Sanders won what appears to be just this one. 

In fact, there were at least a dozen tiebreakers — and "Sen. Sanders won at least a handful," an Iowa Democratic Party official, NPR reported. Many others like precinct Hardin, Johnson County, Iowa remain unreported. 

Voters supporting Bernie Sanders are claiming another case of election fraud occurred in Iowa at Ames District 1-3. In the latest accusation voters from Ames District 1-3 are claiming "the organizer there was attempting to lie to voters and stall in a manner that clearly benefited Hillary Clinton". The accusations are very serious especially since the race between Clinton and Sanders is extremely close. The entire incident was captured on camera. the full video is included below. 

Clinton and Sanders were locked in a virtual tie at the conclusion of Monday’s caucuses, with both at 49 percent and Clinton clinging to a razor-thin lead. Despite the tie and controversies, Clinton was declared the winner by many corporate media. Even if Clinton won that Miracle Six coin tosses and there were no other coin tosses what was being reported on election night and what wasn't, might have favored Clinton, say Clinton critics.   



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  3. Bernie one at least one coin toss. youtube link that you will need to cut and paste into your browser https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ZmkFYuUf6kY