Hillary tried to pull a fast one on Iowa voters but was caught in the act.  She was pictured sitting down and having a discussion with 3 “ordinary Iowans.”  Only thing is, they weren’t so ordinary:

Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Rodham Clinton meets with local residents at the Jones St. Java House, Tuesday, April 14, 2015, in LeClaire, Iowa. (AP Photo/Charlie Neibergall)

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The meeting in a coffee shop in LeClaire, Iowa (Sound familiar?  That’s the home of American Pickers) was supposed to be a chance meeting between Hillary Clinton and three ordinary Iowan citizens.  The three “ordinary” Iowans turned out to be Austin Bird, a former Clinton campaign intern, Carter Bell, University of Iowa College Democrats president, and Planned Parenthood of the Heartland staffer Sara Sedlacek.

It wasn’t an accident either.  Hillary campaign staffer, Troy Price arranged the entire thing. He called Bird and arranged for the three to meet him at the Village Inn in Davenport, Iowa.  Bird explains:

“We were asked to come to a meeting with Troy, the three of us, at the Village Inn.  It was supposed to be a strategy meeting…then all of a sudden he says, ‘Hey, we have Secretary Clinton coming in, would you like to go meet her?’”

Bird said Price vetted them for half an hour and then drove the three to LeClaire, where the accidental dinner took place.  The three sat at a table by themselves and soon Hillary came over like she had picked them at random to talk to.

“I mean, Troy asked us all to do – to go to a meeting with him. And we didn’t really know what it was about. I mean, he did. He knew.”

It is not known if everyone at the cafe was a plant.  By time of the writing of this article, the only other patrons to be identified was the mayor of LeClaire and his wife and Price.

Price was the leader of the Iowa Democratic Party until last week when Hillary selected him to work for her campaign.  Price has not answered any news organizations requests for a comment.

Courtesy of Red Statements.