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  • Steyer, Pelosi PACs funded shadowy group behind botched Iowa app

    Steyer, Pelosi PACs funded shadowy group behind botched Iowa app

    The dark-money group behind the app that caused delays and widespread outrage at the Iowa caucuses received funding from presidential candidate Tom Steyer's and Rep. Nancy Pelosi's (D., Calif.) political action committees, as well as a host of liberal billionaires.

    H/T: Washington Free Beacon

    Democrat establishment angst over a possible Bernie win is well known and major players in the party have been working behind the scenes to stop him at "previously undisclosed Democratic dinners in New York and Washington organized by the longtime party financier Bernard Schwartz," according to a 2019 New York Times article.

    "The gatherings have included scores from the moderate or center-left wing of the party, including Speaker Nancy Pelosi of California; Senator Chuck Schumer of New York, the minority leader; former Gov. Terry McAuliffe of Virginia; Mayor Pete Buttigieg of South Bend, Ind., himself a presidential candidate; and the president of the Center for American Progress, Neera Tanden."

    Granted, there's nothing wrong with rich Democrats throwing parties, or Buttigieg attending them, even if the agenda is to plot against Bernie. It's certainly not a ‘good look’ but this is still a free country. According to FEC filings though, Buttigieg's PAC Pete for America also gave money to Shadow Inc., the developer of the app that is owned by the dark money group, Acronym.

    And, if potentially helping pay for the app used to count the vote in Iowa isn't strange enough, check out the photos of Buttigieg's organizing director hanging out with the CEO of Acronym just a few days ago. Weird!


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