Among many “facts” they declare are some accurate ones, such as the idea that superdelegates, which in true nomenclatural dexterity they now term “automatic delegates” “are expected to exercise their best judgment in the interests of the nation and the Democratic Party.”
But then comes this juicy non-fact:
“FACT: Florida and Michigan should count, both in the interest of fundamental fairness and honoring the spirit of the Democrats’ 50-state strategy.”
That’s not a fact, that’s an opinion.
Also, now it’ll take more delegates to win the nomination according to the new Clinton math…
The Clinton camp is now calling 2208 “the number required for a candidate to secure the nomination with Florida and Michigan included.”
They’re really going off the deep end folks. So sad.