The New York Daily News has finally revealed the truth about the “fixed” election in favor of Hillary Clinton. In a front page article by Adam Edelman, Bernie Sanders supporters can finally understand the inner workings of the Super delegates and how this Presidential election is nothing but a sham.
Maybe the system really is rigged.
At least a half-dozen Democratic superdelegates in New York State who have already decided to support Hillary Clinton said Tuesday they would maintain their allegiance to her — regardless of the results of the Empire State’s primary.
The iron-willed insistence of so many politicians and sitting lawmakers already in the Hillary camp to not budge from their support of the Democratic front-runner speaks volumes to the difficulty faced by the Sanders campaign — or any political outsider — in securing the nomination.
But that challenge — one that is met by candidates every four years — isn’t merely a product of Clinton having earned so many supporters. It’s also due to the complicated setup of a nominating process that gives weight to the desire of party bosses who don’t have to take into account the expressed desire of Democratic voters.