That "lead in delegates" explains Bernie's remark at the last debate (or the one prior? I can't keep up) that the person with the most votes should win. Yeah, it doesn't work that way in the general election nor in the Democratic primaries. Bernie may wind up with 3 more votes, but with fewer delegates, and though he hates the "super-delegates" because they are part of the "establishment" he's "coming for," dese are de conditions dat prevail. And he knew what the rules were when he decided to try this again.The back and forth continues, with @Lis_Smith saying, “If Senator Sanders wants to explain to all the Democratic House members in swing districts who will lose their seats if we run on this plan, we'd welcome that discussion.” https://t.co/ypgelRzapc pic.twitter.com/Nb8P6e8Ds0— Dan Merica (@merica) February 22, 2020
And I really don't want a "damned if you do, damned if you don't" election in November.