Tuesday, February 4, 2020

Sure, It Might Have Been The App

Having advanced to the point where the modern equivalent of "the dog ate my homework" is "the computer crashed and I lost the files", it's possible that Iowa just lost the data. Possible.

It's also possible that a particular candidate was trending up (or down) and those results were just unacceptable so they went away.

I'd like to suggest the Dems try a different method to pick the person who's name will become a trivia answer in a couple of decades.


Aesop said...

"Help! Help! I'm being repressed!" - Every Dem voter in Iowa, yesterday

Unknown said...

I thought that there might be some new updates after the first, but I've been looking all night and it is still the same number of precincts not yet reported every time I've checked.


Divemedic said...

I have a tshirt with that exact election slogan on it.

Ted said...

Isn't that standard Procedure? Count the votes until the expected candidate wins? They are still searching for boxes of internet ballots in the trunks of peoples cars. I know that's where I keep my used data packets.

I expect the "Final" Results to be announced shortly after the news cycle closes for the weekend. 8PM EST Friday.

Ted said...

Looking at the map of reporting Iowa Counties it looks to me that the areas they are still missing are all in the counties that are "populated" by a few Mega-Farms. You have driven across Iowa, Haven't you? It looks like Kansas but with fewer buildings and bigger farms. How hard can it be to count both Democrats who live in those areas?

Jess said...

Corruption has many faces. One is outright manipulation of data. The other is a terrible software package furnished by a favorite of the Democrat establishment. Either applies, and all the explanations are really attempts at calming the irritated Democrat voters.