Hey! The 2020 Iowa Caucus

Published on February 4, 2020

Seth has some strong words for Iowa for dropping the ball on the first primary vote of 2020.

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  • Da Big Man _Guy 3 years ago

    in ONLY we could get a HOT ROD 2!!

  • Lincoln Lu 3 years ago


  • Mary Anderson Dearing 3 years ago

    Hey! Caucuses are an important piece of the nomination puzzle. A chance not just to declare who you favor for office, but a chance to declare why and in so doing, a chance to sway your fellow caucus attendees. If public schools were better funded all these years, all these caucus goers would be able to do the math and figure out the percentages. So keep the caucus, fund the public schools, problem solved.

  • DennisBlaine61 3 years ago

    Buttigieg called it.

  • Orzhvopatriarch 3 years ago

    First time i’ve had to downvote a seth video, just because he says at the start we got the results at 5 pm today and we still do not have the full results.

  • priya123ification 3 years ago

    Shameless Rush Limbaugh

  • Bea FreeAll 3 years ago

    shadow inc. yeah nothing odd about that name…shadow gov…..dark web…blah blah…what was the name of that company that lev parnas had?…

  • W W 3 years ago

    Russian Operative Said ‘We Made America Great’ After Trump’s Win [Bloomberg]

    Kremlin-directed operatives opened champagne when Donald Trump won the presidency in 2016, according to a communication disclosed in a new Senate Intelligence Committee report outlining Russia’s sweeping social media efforts to help him win. “We uncorked a tiny bottle of champagne … took one gulp each and looked into each other’s eyes …. We uttered almost in unison: ‘We made America great,’” one operative at the St. Petersburg-based Internet Research Agency said in the message obtained by the Republican-led committee.

  • priya123ification 3 years ago

    He is the divider of this nation

  • Jacob Alexander 3 years ago

    Hey ratings people!
    Count me as not watching Trump spewing bs about the State of the Union.

  • canderia 3 years ago

    I love Hot Rod…..

  • wolfman02 3 years ago

    They use COIN TOSSES! This is no joke. I’m not kidding! This is a thing!!

  • Adam Reed 3 years ago


    I liked Hot Rod.

  • Agent Fungus 3 years ago

    The reason a state known for pigs and corn should not lead the US in election predictions.
    Fucking US is such a backwards country.

  • tomitstube 3 years ago

    hey!!! don’t blame iowa, they did their part right. the dnc hired the company with the failed app.

  • lisa gibson 3 years ago

    As long as KING DING A LING is in charge, we’ll never trust another election again.

  • W W 3 years ago

    The republicans are in bed with the russians

    34 years ago, a KGB defector chillingly predicted modern America [BigThink]

    –In 1984, Bezmenov gave an interview to G. Edward Griffin from which much can be learned today. His most chilling point was that there’s a long-term plan put in play by Russia to defeat America through psychological warfare and “demoralization”. It’s a long game that takes decades to achieve but it may already be bearing fruit.

    –Bezmenov made the point that the work of the KGB mainly does not involve espionage, despite what our popular culture may tell us. Most of the work, 85% of it, was “a slow process which we call either ideological subversion, active measures, or psychological warfare.”

    –What does that mean? Bezmenov explained that the most striking thing about ideological subversion is that it happens in the open as a legitimate process. “You can see it with your own eyes,” he said. The American media would be able to see it, if it just focused on it.

    –Bezmenov described this process as “a great brainwashing” which has four basic stages.
    The first stage is called “demoralization” which takes from 15 to 20 years to achieve.
    According to the former KGB agent, that is the minimum number of years it takes to re-educate one generation of students that is normally exposed to the ideology of its country.

    –Bezmenov was also instructed not to waste time with idealistic leftists, they would become disillusioned, bitter, and adversarial when they realized the true nature of Soviet Communism. He discovered that many such were listed for execution once the Soviets achieved control.

    –Bezmenov was encouraged to recruit from large circulation, established conservative media, rich filmmakers, intellectuals, cynical and egocentric people who lacked moral principles.

    The Russians know exactly what kind of people Trump, the GOP, the Kochs their followers are.

    The whole process follows 4-steps:
    1. Demoralize a nation (15-20 years):Expose your ideology to your nation’s “soft heads”. At the higher stage, the citizens of that country start brainwashing their own countrymen. (The Tea Party and the Trump Supporters) Trump has been discussing the presidency since 1988.
    2. Destabilization (2-5 years): does not care about your patterns. Essentials are attacked – Defense, Economy and Polity. (Trump,the GOP and the Kochs are attacking the US)
    3. Crisis (6 weeks): bring a country to crisis in such a way that violent change happens, which is followed by the next stage. (The Faux Southern Border crisis, North Korea Nukes, Trump followers creating civil war if Trump impeached)
    4. Normalization (infinite period): This is “tongue-in-cheek” and cynical. Because Normalization means adherence of the enemy country to your own ideology. The people who were instrumental in bringing the enemy country to this stage are “lined up against the wall and shot dead”.

  • Terri Troutner 3 years ago

    What else can go wrong with all this election crap…
    By the way…i live in Iowa !

  • Antenna Wilde 3 years ago

    HEY! The DNC is screwing Bernie again!

  • W W 3 years ago

    How Putin’s oligarchs funneled millions into GOP campaigns [DallasMoriningNews]

    –As Special Counsel Robert Mueller’s team probes deeper into potential collusion between Trump officials and representatives of the Russian government, investigators are taking a closer look at political contributions made by U.S. citizens with close ties to Russia.

    –Buried in the campaign finance reports available to the public are some troubling connections between a group of wealthy donors with ties to Russia and their political contributions to President Donald Trump and a number of top Republican leaders…In 2015-16 Blavatnik’s political contributions soared and made a hard right turn as he pumped $6.35 million into GOP political action committees, with millions of dollars going to top Republican leaders including Sens. Mitch McConnell, Marco Rubio and Lindsey Graham.

    –In 2017, donations continued, with $41,000 going to both Republican and Democrat candidates, along with $1 million to McConnell’s Senate Leadership Fund..


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