This is crap. After how Sanders has gone on the attack against the DNC and establishment, it's not even remotely likely any superdelegate would switch to him. And besides, the superdelegates are not going to do anything as crazy as overturn the pledged delegate result, especially not for someone like Sanders.
A 2% win would still be enough to clinch and thoroughly. I saw Clinton speak yesterday and the crowd was so big that they had to set up speakers outside just to accommodate the overflow crowd outside, so I think Clinton has a lot of enthusiasm here in California.
Clinton winning by 2% would gain her 242 delegates and she needs 257 to reach 2026, which is the magic number in pledged delegates. Once that number is reached, the race is officially done. I cannot see how Sanders continues to campaign when all the contests are up.
Maybe a general election match between him and Newsom will help draw attention to the discriminatory and unconstitutional nature of top two primaries.
If voters choose two members of the same party for the top two there is nothing unconstitutional about it. It was a moderate Republican who pushed the system because he thought it would make it easier for moderate Republicans to make the general election.
Considering that they have never done gone against the pledged delegate lead before there is no chance of them doing that now. Even if they did (and I'm not talking about in the scenario of an indictment or Clinton being ill), Sanders wouldn't have a chance in the general. A lot of Clinton supporters would sit out under those circumstances.
Good to see that Bernie is still competetive in some states, even though voters might get the impression now that it's already over and start supporting Hillary in higher numbers ... but that seems not to be the case though.
Being competitive is not enough. Bernie must win by huge margins if he wants to be the nominee.
That's virtually impossible now because of the idiotic superdelegates who are blindly loyal to their beloved princess ...
The super delegates aren't going to shift the race, because they will vote for the pledged delegate leader regardless of who it is.