Article: Thanks, Super-Delegates | OpEdNews So, the Democratic Party's super-delegates have picked their nominee.
It fell to the super-delegates to do the task at the Democratic National Convention because:
despite her 35 years in the public arena,
and despite having only one little-known Jewish socialist from the tiny state of Vermont challenging her down to the wire,
and despite the rigging of the primaries by the DNC, by state Democratic Party officials, and with a complicit media,
Hillary Clinton could not pull enough actual primary votes from enough actual voters in enough states to win the nomination on her own.