Bernie Sanders signaled Wednesday that he would continue his presidential campaign beyond the California primary next week, saying he had the money to keep running until the Democratic National Convention next month [...]
While Mrs. Clinton is just 71 delegates shy of the 2,383 needed to clinch the nomination, Mr. Sanders said he was “feeling pretty good” about his campaign and hoped superdelegates would realize that he was the best candidate to beat Donald J. Trump in the general election. He also said he hoped the next week would bring victories that could help him make his case at the party’s convention in Philadelphia.
You know what’s ironic? (1) Either the voters matter and he already lost, or (2) they don’t matter and a superdelegate coup is on the table, so who cares who wins the upcoming contests? You can’t have it both ways.
Either way, superdelegates willing to overturn the democratic process and flipping to Sanders: