Sen. Bernie Sanders voters will not be amused to learn that the Democratic National Committee awarded six deadlocked precincts, out of 99 precincts total, to Hillary Clinton with a literal coin toss.
Only Hillary Clinton could pull this off. As you will read below, the race between the “Benghazi Coverup Queen” Hillary Clinton and “Mr. Free Stuff” Bernie Sanders was decided by, of all things, a coin toss in Iowa last night. A precinct was so close that it had to be settled with a coin toss, and no surprise, Killary won it. Then she won it in the next precinct, and the one after that, and again, again, and finally a staggering 6 times in a row! Now we don’t care about any race between two liberals, but obviously Hillary Clinton winning 6 coin tosses in a row was either completely fixed…or the miracle of the century.
Here’s how it went down: A total of 484 eligible caucus attendees were initially recorded at the site. But when each candidate’s preference group was counted, Clinton had 240 supporters, Sanders had 179 and Martin O’Malley had five (causing him to be declared non-viable).
Hillary Clinton Beats Bernie Sanders in Iowa After Winning 6 Coin Tosses:
Those figures add up to just 424 participants, leaving 60 apparently missing. When those numbers were plugged into the formula that determines delegate allocations, Clinton received four delegates and Sanders received three — leaving one delegate unassigned.
Unable to account for that numerical discrepancy and the orphan delegate it produced, the Sanders campaign challenged the results and precinct leaders called a Democratic Party hot line set up to advise on such situations.
Party officials recommended they settle the dispute with a coin toss.
A Clinton supporter correctly called “heads” on a quarter flipped in the air, and Clinton received a fifth delegate. The same thing happened at precincts in Des Moines, Newton, West Branch, and Davenport.
Hillary Clinton lying for 13 minutes straight:
Everyone who isn’t getting paid by Hillary Clinton knows the truth: Iowa was a devastating blow to her, and Sanders is correct to trumpet “a come-from-behind campaign for the history books.”
The one thing he couldn’t possible have foreseen is that Clinton would defy 64-to-1 odds and win six coin tosses in a row.
Of course, Clinton fans know this isn’t the first time she’s beaten long odds. In the Miracle of the Cattle Futures, for example, Clinton turned a $1,000 investment into $100,000 in no time flat, despite having no experience in the highly volatile commodities market.
Isn’t she just the “luckiest” person you ever met?