Look, there’s 712 superdelegates in total. Disregarding Clinton’s lead, Bernie had the exact same opportunities and time to charm and sway superdelegates his way – yet, for some reason, he didn’t.
Just like he didn’t start telling independent voters to make sure their registration is correct, back in September of last year, in New York – which he could have, and should have… but didn’t.
Just as he could have worked at securing senate and congressional endorsements, but, somehow, didn’t.
Just as he should have worked at securing governor and municipal endorsements, but didn’t. Heck, the governor of Vermont isn’t even endorsing him.
Why is that?
Ask yourself that.
Bernie Sanders’s campaign has seized on a new narrative: The superdelegates will decide the Democratic primary.