Earlier today, CNN’s John King reported that Joe Biden’s campaign may be seeking a court injunction to stop the release of Iowa caucus results this afternoon (well, the release of some of the results):
Per CNN just now, Biden campaign reportedly mulling seeking court injunction to halt this afternoon’s partial release of Iowa results. #IowaCaucuses #Election2020 #IowaCaucuses2020 pic.twitter.com/O6cEJZgFZA
— Andrew H. Scott (@CommissionerKY) February 4, 2020
CNN's John King reports that the Biden campaign may seek a court injunction to halt this afternoon’s release of the Iowa Caucus results.
Before the Iowa results are released, Biden's campaign is questioning the integrity of the results. pic.twitter.com/nkr83ZE5fD
— Steve Guest (@SteveGuest) February 4, 2020
And here we go… https://t.co/b5D1bvQziD
— Joe Concha (@JoeConchaTV) February 4, 2020
This would be the worst idea in the history of bad ideas. https://t.co/WJLTJMrSJT
— Sean T at RCP (@SeanTrende) February 4, 2020
Well, apparently Team Biden agrees:
“That is 100% false, and checking with people before reporting rumors about them is an underrated practice," a Biden aide tells me. https://t.co/HpHGddwKJc
— Henry J. Gomez (@HenryJGomez) February 4, 2020
Biden aide on report that he would file an injunction to stop the release of the Iowa results: “That is 100% false, and checking with people before reporting rumors about them is an underrated practice."
— Sam Stein (@samstein) February 4, 2020
You mean … CNN is fake news?
So CNN is not telling the truth? Shocking!
— Cathy Sheffler ☘️ (@CathySheffler) February 4, 2020
He’s not wrong
— Jefferson (@jeffersonalle) February 4, 2020
This is an A+ response. https://t.co/oHNEkrBAYm
— Gabriel Malor (@gabrielmalor) February 4, 2020
That's some well deserved shade.
— Lissa Guillet (@lissaguillet) February 4, 2020