Today’s New York Times front page tells Americans Hillary Clinton leads Bernie Sanders 502 delegates to a measly 70.
How can this be? After just 3 states primaries/caucuses?
Oh. Those superdelegates.
Well someone forgot to tell the NYTs that superdelegates can switch whenever they feel the wind blowing another direction – like in the case Mr. Sanders makes a stronger showing in later primaries.
There are more articles in today’s paper outlining The Time’s numerous perceived shortcomings of Mr. Sanders including one in the editorial pages.
Any wonder who Editor Dean Baquet and Publisher Art O. Sulzberger want at their frat-boy parties after the presidential election?
They think they’re helping to grease the nation’s way to another Clinton presidency.