As of Tuesday morning, we STILL don’t know who won the Democrat caucus in Iowa and thanks to a problem with the app that was used, we won’t know until sometime late Tuesday, the Washington Post says. According to Breitbart, the problem is a “coding issue” found in the app used to record and report votes. But White House candidate Andrew Yang thinks he knows who the real culprit is — Donald Trump, of course.
“It might be helpful to have a President and government that understand technology so this sort of thing doesn’t happen,” he said on Twitter.
It might be helpful to have a President and government that understand technology so this sort of thing doesn’t happen.
— Andrew Yang🧢 (@AndrewYang) February 4, 2020
This is almost like blaming Russia for Hillary losing in 2016.
Response to Yang’s fact-free conspiracy theory was pretty much what you’d expect:
Your own party developed the app, and then wouldn’t even tell people who the developer was, bonehead.
— Logical Conservative (@SSmirker) February 4, 2020
— HagiaSofia (@hagia_s) February 4, 2020
It might be helpful to have a President who understands the President doesnt have anything to do with that.
— Dusty (@dustopian) February 4, 2020
By Joe Newby
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