The Bernie fans would inevitably say that this is a result of corrupt coercion or something similar - because the alternative is that all those individuals considered both of them, and chose Hillary for themselves.
Or more than likely Bernie fans will just claim those super delegates are just part of the establishment. Lash has put them on notice.
Lash wrote:Lash and the rest of the world know that Superdelegates ARE in fact a great example of the Democrat establishment. You don't really know what establishment means, do you? But you like to talk...
revelette wrote:Somehow eye rolls don't cut it.
Didn't the super delegates go against Hillary in 2008? And she was the "establishement" candidate back then.
This is from February.
A meaningless observation.
At this point in 2008 it was Clinton with roughly 250 superdelegates and Obama with 210.
From the article ....from FEBruary!
Clinton began with a substantial advantage in superdelegates, leading Obama 154 to 50 when New Hampshire voted on Jan. 8, 2008. Obama narrowed his deficit in February and March, however, and overtook Clinton in superdelegates in mid-May.
I hope you won't be too crushed when your darling loses...again.