The Duran’s Alex Christoforou and Editor-in-Chief Alexander Mercouris discuss the Iowa caucus chaos that has arisen from ‘inconsistencies’ with an app that was supposed to track the results of the Democrat caucuses, but has instead counted zero results and fueled speculation that Bernie Sanders is about to be cheated once again.
The app was created by Shadow, Inc., a technology firm that was created in January last year after data and messaging service Groundbase was acquired by Democrat non-profit ACRONYM. Shadow’s CEO Gerard Niemira, product manager Ahna Rao and COO James Hickey all worked on the Hillary for America campaign which was defeated by Donald Trump in 2016.
To make matters more murky, Democrat candidate Pete Buttigieg’s campaign contributed $50,000 to the Shadow App development.
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