Democrats say they won't use the app involved in Iowa debacle in Nevada 'or anywhere else'
6 Feb 2020 — #2020
Democrats will not use the app involved in the disastrous Iowa caucuses for the Nevada election contest scheduled for Feb. 22.
The app was developed by progressive tech firm Shadow Inc., which is managed by a dark-money group called Acronym, a nonprofit investment group that is funded by an assortment of liberal powerbrokers and PACs.
“What happened last night should never happen again. We have staff working around the clock to assist the Iowa Democratic Party to ensure that all votes are counted,” DNC chairman Tom Perez said in a statement.
“It is clear that the app in question did not function adequately. It will not be used in Nevada or anywhere else during the primary election process,” the statement continued. “The technology vendor must provide absolute transparent accounting of what went wrong.”
Silicon Valley billionaire Reid Hoffman not only funded the creation of ACRONYM, the group that sabotaged Iowa caucus vote results, he bankrolled a notorious online “false flag operation” in Alabama's 2017 senate campaign.— The Grayzone (@TheGrayzoneNews) February 6, 2020
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The dark money group that derailed the Democratic Iowa caucus is now hiringhttps://t.co/JKu5Cg0B0M— Free Beacon (@FreeBeacon) February 6, 2020