Silicon Valley billionaire Reid Hoffman not only funded the creation of ACRONYM, the group that sabotaged Iowa caucus vote results, he bankrolled a series of voter manipulation campaigns including the notorious online “false flag operation” in Alabama’s 2017 senate campaign.
Many Americans are having a sense of deja vu following the Iowa caucus, which appears to be turning into a rerun of the DNC corruption seen during the 2016 campaign. Only this time, Buttigieg is standing in place of Clinton.
Behind the app that delayed Iowa’s voting results is a dark money operation funded by anti-Bernie Sanders billionaires. Its top donor Seth Klarman is a Buttigieg backer who has dumped money into pro-settler Israel lobby groups.
The app that sowed chaos at the 2020 Iowa caucuses was the work of Shadow, Inc., a group founded by veterans of the Clinton campaign.
For the United States, oligarchy is the elephant—and donkey—in the room. Only one candidate for president is willing to name it.
During the debate and in the spin room, Sanders was treated more like an outsider than a front runner. It’s part of a broader anti-Bernie slant in the “liberal” network’s coverage.
The growing chasm between Sanders’ and Warren’s “Medicare for All” plans increasingly highlights which candidate is genuinely serious about fighting for universal healthcare, with the release of Warren’s extremely convoluted, regressively funded, and loophole-ridden so-called “Medicare for All” plan.