Hillary Clinton is out for revenge against Bernie Sanders for challenging her in 2016.
She’s willing to do anything to rig the 2020 contest against him.
And now Hillary Clinton found the ultimate payback. It’s bad news for Bernie Sanders.
There’s a long list of people who have hurt Hillary Clinton, many of whom have died under suspicious circumstances.
And Hillary Clinton blames Bernie Sanders for the biggest loss of her life.
Never mind that her own criminal behavior of having her own email server that she sent classified information over caught up with her in the end.
Never mind that Trump changed the demographics of the Republican Party by showing blue collar workers that there was a politician that would listen to them.
Hillary Clinton blames Bernie Sanders for the fact that she lost in 2016.
“There was no question about who was going to be the nominee,” Clinton said in an interview a couple weeks ago. “But unfortunately, you know, his campaign and his principal supporters were just very difficult and really, constantly not just attacking me but my supporters … it had an impact.”
The app that hurt the candidates who did well in the Iowa caucus has been linked back to members who worked at the Clinton campaign.
According to the Daily Wire:
The faulty tabulation app, now being blamed for sending the Iowa Democratic caucus into complete chaos, has been linked to a firm called “SHADOW” and a Democratic non-profit known as “ACRONYM,” founded by former members of Hillary Clinton’s 2016 presidential campaign.
Iowa Democrats are blaming reporting inconsistencies and tabulation errors linked to coding problems inside the application, which left organizers confused and unable to report precinct results to the central party, and Democratic candidates all declaring victory in the first-in-the-nation presidential contest.
“While our plan is to release results as soon as possible today, our ultimate goal is to ensure that the integrity and accuracy of the process continues to be upheld,” the Iowa Democratic Party said in a statement released early Tuesday morning. An updated estimate suggested official results may not be available until Wednesday. Campaigns have, instead, released internal numbers. Unsurprisingly, each campaign claims to have either won or overperformed, despite record low caucus turnout.
Political analyst Nate Silver, founder of FiveThirtyEight, thinks that messing up the results of the Iowa caucus has significantly altered the chances that Bernie Sanders will be the nominee.
Before Hillary Clinton’s app messed up the Iowa results, FiveThirtyEight gave Biden a 43% chance to win, Bernie Sanders 31%, Elizabeth Warren 4%, and Pete Buttigieg 4%.
Without a big Iowa win to help Bernie Sanders’ campaign, the statisticians give Biden 50%, Sanders 24%, Warren 5% and Buttigieg less than one percent.
If Hillary did plan the app failure as an attack on Bernie Sanders, her plan certainly worked.
But if Bernie Sanders doesn’t get the nomination again because powerful people in the DNC worked against him, his voters will be even less likely to vote Democrat than they were in 2016.