Pennsylvania Governor, and Hillary Clinton superdelegate, Ed Rendell discussed the Pennsylvania Democratic primary yesterday afternoon on Fox News. It was an interesting interview since I found Rendell to be a little hypocritical on the topic.
Here’s the video of his full interview:
So Rendell, namely as a Clinton supporter, believes the superdelagtes are there to “choose the candidate who can win”. Therefore, I assume he means to negate the primary/caucus votes if necessary. However, also in the interview he wants to do the “Democratic thing” and have a revote in Michigan.
So which is the Democratic thing? The superdelegates picking the candidate or the voters picking the candidate? He seems to want both with the superdelegates winning if they must.