Hillary has 469 super-delegates to Bernie’s 31.
Patrick T. Maloney

They did it in ’08. They switched en masse to Barack Obama when it became clear who was going to have a majority of pledged delegates. In that sense, Bernie was absolutely correct. They’re irrelevant in the scheme of things. They won’t overturn a pledged delegate majority.

Again, you’re conflating a probable outcome with a definite outcome. Bernie’s the underdog, sure, but that’s why we hold the contest instead of just giving the prize to whoever’s the favourite.

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