More details have emerged surrounding the delayed results of the Democrat Iowa caucuses and issues regarding an app, created by former Clinton operatives Shadow Inc., used to tally votes. The app was created two months ago and was not vetted before the vote, OAN reports. One America's Marty Golingan has the latest.
"Reports say that according to finance records, the app's creator, Shadow Inc., is run by three former Clinton campaign operatives. Other records show that in 2019 the group was paid for tech services by the Iowa Democratic Party, the Nevada state Democratic party, and the campaign of 2020 presidential candidate Pete Buttigieg. The former South Bend mayor paid Shadow Inc. over $42,000 in July of last year for software rights," OAN reports.