The Des Moines Register has reported that in six Democratic counties in Iowa, a coin toss decided the political victor. Could it be that Hillary Clinton just magically won the most statistically improbable coin toss ever?
In a single coin toss, the probability of winning is 50 percent, or one in two.
But then from there, the probability of winning every flip out of six flips is one in 64, or 1.56 percent.
It’s no mystery to me why the Iowa caucus is so revered by the establishment for setting the pace for the entire election while being so easily manipulated by the establishment of both the parties. Why not just have good old fashioned primary where all votes are counted? Wouldn’t a primary where all votes are counted be a more realistic and truthful way of setting the tone?
The GOP establishment obviously doesn’t want Trump. The Democratic establishment obviously doesn’t want Bernie. The Iowa caucus is a racket guided by the tyrannical whims of both parties. The Iowa caucus is just another example of how American democracy is a fraud.