Jon Ralston, the top political reporter in Nevada, called this post “fantasy.”
Amy Fried

Has it occurred to you, perhaps, that just as it is possible to remove people unlawfully from the voter rolls when one has access to the New York computers — something already been acknowledged, and two scapegoats fired for it — or to change people’s party registration without their knowledge or consent — which had happened in at least five states I know of offhand and almost certainly many more — that it’s not really all that difficult to go into the list of delegates and change anything you damn please about their records? No matter how carefully they made sure to jump through all the right hoops beforehand?

Iosef Stalin once said, “The people who cast the votes decide nothing. The people who count the votes decide everything.” And Clinton has been eager to cultivate the people with power to decide, for a very long time.