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Sanders and Supporters Fume Over Iowa Caucus Catastrophe, Hint at Conspiracy

The paranoia is strong with Bernie’s crew…and with good reason.

Bernie Sanders’ supporters may very well have a right to be paranoid after the events of the last 24 hours.

In Iowa, the nation was set to receive their first glimpse at the true makeup of the Democratic primary election.  This wasn’t a poll conducted by some biased news network, no; the Iowa caucuses are determined by actual voters casting actual votes.

Unfortunately, those votes were cast through a newly-created app that simply did not work as intended.  Even as late as 4pm on Tuesday, there were no true results to report.

For Sanders and Co., this has led to the inevitable speculation that this is all a part of some large scheme to usurp him.

Bernie himself had only a few dour words for the occasion.

As U.S. Sen. Bernie Sanders prepared to board a plane for New Hampshire, he told the Des Moines Register that he is “extremely disappointed” that the results of Monday’s Iowa caucuses have not been released.

“Obviously, I suspect I speak for all of the candidates, I am extremely disappointed by the inability of the Iowa Democratic Party to come up with the results in a timely manner. I don’t know why in 2020 it should take so much time,” Sanders said in a car at the Des Moines airport tarmac.

Sanders’ supporters were far more conspiratorial in their rantings.

The Democrats hope to announce a winner in Iowa by the early evening on Tuesday.

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