Iowa Caucus: Bernie Sanders Wins All Non-English Speaking Immigrantsby JOHN BINDER
Feb. 07, 2020
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Nearly all non-English speaking immigrant voters who gathered at a multilingual caucus site in Cedar Rapids, Iowa, supported democratic socialist Sen. Bernie Sanders (I-VT).
During the Iowa Democrat Caucus this week, where the full results are still not tallied, Sanders won the support of about 107 non-English speaking immigrant voters out of 121 present at a multilingual Cedar Rapids caucus site with various translators, according to The Gazette:
Translators opened the caucus at Hoover Elementary School in English, Nepali, Swahili, French, Spanish, Lingala, Kirundi and Kinyarwanda. Within minutes, nearly all of the 121 people present had gathered in the west corner of the school gym, where Sanders' campaign signs were taped to the walls. No other candidates were viable. Unofficially, 107 people picked Sanders, winning him nine delegates at the site. [Emphasis added]
The support for Sanders among Iowa's non-English speaking population reveals a trend in which the far-left message of hemispheric open borders, Medicare for All, and convicted criminals getting to vote from their prison cells is resonating with foreign-born voters.