Allegation: Santorum Won The Iowa Caucus


A 28-year-old Iowa caucus goer may have exposed the biggest political story of the year: GOP officials in his country misreported Mitt Romney’s vote in the Iowa caucus, and Rick Santorum actually won.

Edward True, a Ron Paul supporter, told local KCCI-TV:

“When Mitt Romney won Iowa by eight votes and I’ve got a 20-vote discrepancy here, that right there says Rick Santorum won Iowa,” True said. “Not Mitt Romney.”

True said at his 53-person caucus at the Garrett Memorial Library, Romney received two votes. According to the Iowa Republican Party’s website, True’s precinct cast 22 votes for Romney.

“This is huge,” True said. “It essentially changes who won.”

He added the Iowa GOP lists a total of 79 votes, rather than the 53 in attendance. Twenty of those non-existent votes tallied for William M. Romney.

True said the chairman of the Appanoose County Republican Party and his precinct captain agree with his numbers. You can see True’s affidavit here.

On Fox News this week, Rick Santorum pointed out another error in which Mitt Romney’s votes were allegedly uncounted, canceling out this mistake.

True asked an important question: “If there are two errors, how many more are out there?”

We may never know. KCCI reports, “A spokeswoman with the Iowa Republican Party said True is not a precinct captain and he’s not a county chairperson, so he has no business talking about election results. She also said the party would not be giving interviews about possible discrepancies until the caucus vote is certified.”

Bank robbers seldom stop to chat in mid-heist.

This author, seemingly alone, pointed out the voting irregularities that took place on the night of the Iowa caucus.

The Republican Party Establishment appears to be deep in the bag for Romney. Thank to voters like True, their lies are coming unraveled.