No I’m asking you since you made the claim. Show us how the super delegates influenced the 2016 primary election. Who were these super delegates and how are you rating their influence on voters? You are implying that people voted based on how people, who I bet not a single democrat on this board could name, voted because they are superdelegates.
Which I already answered. Delegate count establishes candidate momentum and drives the front runner narrative. Clinton’s strategy was one of inevitability, supported by the party leadership aligning to her early in the process, thereby discouraging other candidates.
This is why Sanders rightfully opposed the super delegate process.
This is why Gabbard supported him.
This is why the DNC revised the process. If the process if flawless, why the drive to change it?
This is why the candidate pool is so wide this election.
This is why Sanders is still a candidate, and the movement he inspired is front and center.
This is why Clinton is now wandering the woods of Chappaqua.