Well, I’d say this kinda puts the onus on the Clinton backers if it’s really about keeping the Republicans out of the White House and not reverse sexism.
Electability is what campaigns are about and the tale is told in the numbers provided in the link.
And why is that? It’s about the DNC and party hacks doing everything they could to keep Independents from having a voice in primaries and will not be able to keep them from voting in the election.
Hillary Clinton has more baggage than Samsonite and if anyone has any doubts that it will become a topic during the general election they need to step away from the Clinton Kool Aid stand.
All those corporate ties, all the flip flopping on issues to accommodate her corporate friends and donors aren’t going to be so readily dismissed with talk of breaking glass ceilings and she’s a woman so count her in.
The chickens will be coming home to roost like never before and it ain’t going to be nothing nice regardless of how much interference the DNC or the liberal media attempt to run.
In a way though that’s a good thing if it ends the fascination with and cult of Hillary by throwing the doors open and exposing what’s in the closet.
The only consistency Hillary has ever shown is inconsistency – on the other side of the coin Bernie Sanders has been a consistent advocate for people during his entire political career – and that really makes who should be the nominee a no brainer.
Super delegates who aligned themselves with Clinton even before primaries should either repledge their commitment based on electability or remove themselves from the process.