WEASEL ZIPPERS hat-tip
(GATEWAY PUNDIT) Yes, coin tosses are used in Iowa’s caucuses to determine winners in precincts with tied results.
A coin toss determined who got the last delegate out of one of Iowa’s precincts after Buttigieg and Klobuchar were tied.
Democrat Pete Buttigieg ‘randomly’ won the coin toss in Iowa Monday night.
Maybe this is how Hillary Clinton won 6-for-6 coin toss victories in Iowa in 2016?
Watch how Buttigieg ‘randomly’ wins this coin toss pic.twitter.com/vn1FEv12l7
— Jack Posobiec ?? (@JackPosobiec) February 4, 2020
(BIZ PIC) Democrats already under fire for the trainwreck caucuses in Iowa on Monday are facing new outrage over how votes in several precincts were determined by a coin toss.
Monday’s caucus results ended with no official vote totals as the Iowa Democratic Party blamed “inconsistencies” in some precinct reporting. But in some locations, tied caucus votes that were too close to call were broken with an actual flip of a coin.
One tie-breaker between Pete Buttigieg and Sen. Amy Klobuchar gave the win to the former South Bend, Indiana mayor. Apparently the student who executed the questionable coin toss must have realized his lack of expertise in the area.
Buttigieg won another coin flip against Sen. Elizabeth Warren that raised audible protest from some gathered at the venue.
AS an aside…. the #NEVERTRUMPERS failed in their “challenge” to run against Trump.
Here the WASHINGTON EXAMINER details the above a bit more: