RIGGED? Hillary Mega Donor And Caucus Vote Tabulator Microsoft Calls Iowa For...

RIGGED? Hillary Mega Donor And Caucus Vote Tabulator Microsoft Calls Iowa For Hillary Hours Before

Microsoft, whose top execs have given Hillary millions over the years, will be involved in tonight’s caucus vote tabulation results. That has been causing controversy recently, and now, a new twist: Microsoft has already called the race for Clinton…

According to InfoWars:

“Microsoft’s Bing technology has called Iowa for Hillary Clinton, a result that has not gone unnoticed amongst Bernie Sanders supporters given that an app created by Microsoft will help tally the vote during tonight’s caucus.

Using, “data from polls, prediction markets, and anonymized and aggregated search-engine queries to predict its results,” Microsoft forecasts that Hillary will win three out of the first four Democratic primaries, taking Iowa, South Carolina and Nevada, with Sanders taking New Hampshire.

Although the technology isn’t perfect, Microsoft correctly predicted the outcome of the 2015 Academy Awards, the ‘No’ vote for Scottish independence, and the outcome of more than 95 percent of the 2014 U.S. midterm elections.

That track record is causing consternation amongst some Bernie Sanders supporters, who have pointed out a potential conflict of interest given that precinct officials will be using an app created by Microsoft to report caucus results.

Last week, Pete D’Alessandro, who is running Sanders’ Iowa campaign, questioned the impartiality of the app, telling MSNBC, “You’d have to ask yourself why they’d want to give something like that away for free.”

Some fear that hackers could penetrate the cloud network on which the app runs in order to skew the vote.”

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5 COMMENTS

  1. the the primaries now in Iowa. Watch them go from 0% to 100%. Hillary and Ted are a constant 2% ahead of sanders and trump. Funny huh. No matter what, the establishment won’t have some free radical in the white house. No fluctuation to note, maybe 0-4 percent but it’s pretty much stuck at 2% in both the democrat and republican candidates. How likely is that, counting random votes, AT A CONSTANT 2% DIFFERENCE between establishment candidates and populist candidates.

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