Agreed. Same was true in 2014, only there they simply just didn't win. DWS needs to be removed many reasons unrelated to 2016, but the least of which is helping lose the 2014 midterms and bankrupting the DNC.as for DWS, if the Democrats win, it will be in spite of her DNC, not because of it.
This is true, but it pretty well misses the entire point. I'm not questioning what they will do --however, you'd be wildly naive if you thought that Hillary will not have a larger support from superdelegates than Sanders no matter what the outcome of the popular election. She will, I don't think anyone serious questions this, but she will Rather the question is "Should anyone be confused that this is anti-democratic and anti-liberal?"
Again, people thought about the superdelegates did so for an explicity reason in the 70's, and Wasserman-Schultz said why. They aren't going to turn a massively popular candidate around, but they are an extra leg up for the Establishment candidates.