On February 3, America looked on in horror as the dumpster fire known as “The 2020 Iowa Caucus” burned itself into the annals of American history. It was undoubtedly one of the sketchiest elections in US history. From delays in reporting the results to inconsistencies in voting tallies, the Iowa Caucus was a disaster in almost every way possible.
The 2020 Democratic Presidential Primaries got off to a great start earlier this month when a series of cascading errors prevented the Iowa Caucus from releasing full results for days.
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The Democratic Party kicked off its quest to find a challenger to President Trump over the summer. In total, four debates took place over four days, due to the large number of candidates. The first two of these debates took place on June 26-27 on NBC, and the second two debates took place on July 30-31 on CNN. Key topics in each debate included healthcare reform, immigration, gun control, race relations, and U.S. foreign policy. Many controversies surrounded the debates, including comments made by former Joe Biden about working together with segregationist Senators. NBC and CNN have also come under fire for the manner in which they have organized the debates, and also the amount of speaking time given to each candidate.
Do you lie awake at night, stressing about the impending robot takeover? Never fear, for Andrew Yang is here to put “humanity first” and protect your job, not from an immigrant at the border, but from the Alexa in your room.
The 2020 presidential race is heating up fast, and it seems like every democrat is looking to throw their hat in the ring, but just how many hats can one proverbial ring take?