The Iowa Caucus has finally reported 100% of the votes and the results have left Pete Buttigieg with less than 1/10th of 1% ahead in the delegate count, which is the one that matters under our ridiculous system. Most headlines will declare Buttigieg as the winner or treat it as a draw. Bernie Sanders won the popular vote handedly and was cheated when it came to the delegate count.
It’s already been widely reported, but the short recap regarding the 2020 Iowa Caucus debacle is that the Democrats utilized a new “secure” voting app to tally the votes from each District. Not surprisingly, the app failed. Being that adding up the totals from each District required 2nd grade addition skills and using a phone there was no excuse for the massive delay. The Democrats intentionally sabotaged the voting process.
Who was involved in the making of this app…? Robby Mook, Hillary Clinton’s 2016 campaign manager. Matt Rhoades, Mitt Romney’s 2012 campaign manager. Also Mike Rosenbach (former U.S. Intelligence), and an undisclosed and unnamed number of corporate reps from Facebook and Google.
Aside from the obvious shadiness of the people involved, the name of the company itself that developed the app is called Shadow, Inc.. It sounds comical, but it’s real. And who helped fund this app developer that didn’t even exist until just a few months ago…? Lets take a look at two of their biggest sources of capital from the financial disclosure forms:
Bernie did so well that he managed to overcome the rigging attempt and still secure the popular vote (which should have been a landslide). But how could he win the popular vote but lose the delegate count? Watch the video below for an example of how they pulled it off:
It likely happened far sooner, but it became crystal clear to anyone paying attention in 2016 that the Democratic Party, ironically, doesn’t care the least bit about their own voters.According to former DNC co-chair Donna Brazille, Gary Gensler (chief financial officer of Hillary’s campaign) told Brazille in July of 2016 that the Democratic Party was not only broke but $2 million in debt.
The Clintons then offered an allowance to keep the Party afloat in exchange for complete control over how the funding was spent. Hence why the DNC tipped the scales in Hillary’s favor over Bernie Sanders. Whether it was the exit polls not matching up with reported results, Hillary receiving CNN debate questions in advance, the scheduling of fewer debates to keep Bernie from gaining more name recognition, the Washington Post publishing 16 hit pieces against Bernie in under 24 hours, the outright shredding of ballots in San Diego, New York City admitting to bumping 200,000 voters from the rolls, or a whole host of other examples, I’m confident that the majority of Americans do understand that the 2016 primary was rigged.
But it didn’t stop there.
After losing to Trump and realizing that she’d only be further scrutinized for her failure, Hillary Clinton told her campaign manager Robby Mook to gin up anything he could regarding Russian “collusion” to deflect and distract from the primary they themselves had rigged and to, of course, hurt Trump in the process.
If anyone looked close enough they would have realized that the Russian dossier (remember the alleged pee tape?), the nebulous basis for the entire collusion narrative, was funded by the Hillary campaign. She (and the DNC) paid ex-British spy Christopher Steele to provide the dossier of false intelligence. But he didn’t just pull it out of his ass. Steele obtained then embellished intelligence he received from officials inside the Kremlin.
Albeit indirectly, Hillary Clinton had actually colluded with Russia to meddle in a U.S. election. Not Trump. But nobody could know about it.
Much more on this here:
Turning the tables was only possible if U.S. Intelligence backed the bogus allegations (they did) and the corporate media then received their usual talking points directly from the CIA (RE: Operation Mockingbird). For casual observers of the news the ruse was effective enough. It helped that Trump was such an asshole, so Americans found it easy to believe the accusations against him. Russiagate dominated the news cycle until Robert Mueller finally ended his nearly three year long FBI investigation, concluding… wait for it… that there wasn’t any evidence that Trump colluded with Russia.
Russia didn’t rig our elections in 2016. The Democratic Party did. They rigged the primary and attempted to rig the General.
Widespread knowledge of this would have meant the End of the Elephant. Luckily for the Democrats, the handful of Oligarchs who control the entire corporate media (90% of all television stations, radio stations, and newspapers) kept their mouths shut rather than bite the hand that feeds, opting to hide the truth that could have sparked an actual revolution in the streets (which was overdue and desperately needed). The United States wasn’t a democracy then, still isn’t, and actually hasn’t been since at least 1981. But 2016 is when it truly became demonstrably obvious.
“We could have voluntarily decided that, ‘Look, we’re gonna go into back rooms like they used to and smoke cigars and pick the candidate that way.’” – Bruce Spiva, DNC lawyer
“There’s no right to not have your candidate disadvantaged or have another candidate advantaged. There’s no contractual obligation here. It’s not a situation where a promise has been made that is an enforceable promise.”
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The more Americans that become aware of this information the more people will have torches lit and pitchforks sharpened. If the People are again denied the nominee the majority demands, the orchestrators of our elections must pay a very steep price. 2nd Amendment folks in the South, please unite with the Bernie Sanders/Tulsi Gabbard crowd. We share the same broad goal of removing corruption from Washington DC, restoring democracy, and providing for the needs of the declining middle-class. Ideally this would be done through peaceful means of mass civil disobedience, but it’s increasingly clear that the Oligarchs running the show won’t allow for that option. They’re going to make us do this the hard way.So be it.