Locked in a tightly contested race in Iowa with Bernie Sanders, it appears Hillary Clinton and her allies in the Democrat machine resorted to underhanded tactics to rob Sanders of victory.

With both candidates in a dead heat with Hillary winning 700 state delegates and Sanders 695, the shocking news was reported that the state party lost results from 90 precincts, which equals nearly 5% of the vote total.

Roll Call reports:

“The Iowa Democratic Party informed the campaigns of Hillary Clinton and Sen. Bernard Sanders late Monday night that it has no results for 90 precincts across the state, which could account for as much as 5 percent of the total vote. And the party has asked the campaigns for help in getting a tally for those missing results.

“We are, right now, calling all our precinct captains on precincts where we have knowledge of what’s missing, to report what we think happened there,” a visibly irate Robert Becker, Sanders’ state director told Roll Call after Sanders’ speech at the Holiday Inn near the Des Moines airport.

“They’ve asked the other campaigns to do the same thing. At the end of the day, there’s probably going to be squabbles on it,” he added.

American Patriot Daily has previously reported here (http://www.americanpatriotdaily.com/latest/obamas-scheme-to-steal-the-election-for-hillary/) and here (http://www.americanpatriotdaily.com/latest/shocking-proof-the-media-is-conspiring-with-hillary-clinton-to-rig-the-election/) on the Obama regime and the media’s schemes to fix the election for Hillary.

But missing votes weren’t the only shady circumstances surrounding Hillary Clinton’s “victory.”

At six caucus sites in Iowa, voters mysteriously disappeared during the proceedings and coin tosses were held to determine unallocated county delegates.

The Des Moines Register reports:

“A total of 484 eligible caucus attendees were initially recorded at the site. But when each candidate’s preference group was counted, Clinton had 240 supporters, Sanders had 179 and Martin O’Malley had five (causing him to be declared non-viable).

Those figures add up to just 424 participants, leaving 60 apparently missing. When those numbers were plugged into the formula that determines delegate allocations, Clinton received four delegates and Sanders received three — leaving one delegate unassigned.

Unable to account for that numerical discrepancy and the orphan delegate it produced, the Sanders campaign challenged the results and precinct leaders called a Democratic Party hot line set up to advise on such situations.

Party officials recommended they settle the dispute with a coin toss.

A Clinton supporter correctly called “heads” on a quarter flipped in the air, and Clinton received a fifth delegate.

Similar situations were reported elsewhere, including at a precinct in Des Moines, at another precinct in Des Moines, in Newton, in West Branch and in Davenport. In all five situations, Clinton won the toss.”

The odds of winning six coin tosses are 1 in 63; but miraculously, Hillary won every contested county delegate through picking heads or tails.

Heading into caucus night, polls projected a close race with Hillary leading by a few points.

But with a razor-thin delegate margin, and vote totals missing from 90 precincts — Hillary may have actually lost.

Even without 5% of the vote counted in a race where two candidates were separated by tenths of a percentage point, Hillary declared victory and her media co-conspirators quickly followed suit.

If you didn’t believe the fix was in before last night, it’s hard to come to another conclusion now that votes are being cast or lost as the case may be.