Even the AP has thrown up its hands.
In a strongly worded letter to the Democratic National Committee, the state party complained that Sanders supporters caused an unruly and violent state convention.
The state meeting, which ended with security shutting the lights off on furious Sanders supporters, could set the stage for a chaotic Democratic National Convention.
Sanders needed these wins in two largely white states, but they won't help him close the gap with Clinton. He's trailing her by around 300 pledged delegates.
Clinton fared better with the state's older women and black voters, while Sanders continued to thrive on support from younger members of the electorate.
VICE News embedded with the Sanders team in the lead up to the Nevada caucuses, and found a very different atmosphere to the other candidates' tightly controlled and buttoned-up campaigns.
The senator had an optimistic message for supporters Saturday after a narrow loss in the Silver State.
The first-in-the-West contest will be a tie-breaker for Sanders and Clinton who are both vying for the Latino vote.
The former secretary of state went on the offensive as she trails Sanders by double-digits in the nation's first primary.
The senators' supporters allege misconduct, incompetence and voter fraud at the caucuses. But even if that were proven, there is precious little they can do, because Iowa's caucuses are a very weird creature.
The former secretary of state secured a slim win in the first-in-the-nation contest for 2016 amid murmurings of fishy business at precinct halls.