Iowa Democrats Refuse to Correct Errors After DISASTER Causes, Even Though BERNIE SANDERS Won
The Iowa Caucus was an absolute disaster for the Democrats after they failed to provide full results until days after the end of the caucus.
It was announced that former Mayor Pete Buttigieg came out as the winner, but after everything was calculated, it actually showed different results. It just so happens that Bernie Sanders was actually the winner of the Iowa Caucus.
Pete Buttigieg was awarded 13 delegates and Sanders only received 12. As far as the State Delegate Equivalents goes, Buttigieg received 564 and Sander received 562.
But if I understand correctly, Sander actually acquired more votes.
It looks like there is a plot to stop Sanders once again. Don’t get me wrong, I don’t mind at all. I don’t even want a socialist to even have the opportunity to win the election.
Sanders is seeking a partial recanvass of the results as an effort to correct the counts.
But, even if Sanders wants to challenge the certified results, it may be impossible to fix any tabulation errors, now that the reports are in and given a stamp of approval from Iowa Democrats.
“Those records,” the NYT says, “known as ‘caucus math worksheets,’ could not be changed even if they contained mistakes, according to the lawyer for the Iowa Democratic Party, because they were a legal record and altering them would be a crime.”
The incorrect math on the Caucus Math Worksheets must not be changed to ensure the integrity of the process,” the party’s lawyer, Shayla McCormally, said in an email to the Iowa Democratic party chairman — an email that was then sent to the NYT. “It is the legal voting record of the caucus, like a ballot,” she added. “The seriousness of the record is made clear by the language at the bottom stating that any misrepresentation of the information is a crime. Therefore, any changes or tampering with the sheet could result in a claim of election interference or misconduct.”