Monday on MSNBC’s “Morning Joe,” host Joe Scarborough reacted to last weekend’s Wyoming Democratic caucus, in which presidential hopeful Sen. Bernie Sanders (I-VT). 16%
won the popular vote by 12 percentage points but picked up four fewer delegates in that contest than his opponent Hillary Clinton. “He’s won eight out of nine,” Scarborough said. “And look, he wins by 12 points. I’m telling you, I would not do well as a Democratic politician. He wins by 12 points. He may not even pick up a single delegate. It’s seven to six now with a remaining delegate to be decided later. I’m sorry. That’s a crushing victory.” Scarborough decried that system and question why the vote even takes place. “Why does the Democratic Party even have voting booths?” Scarborough said. “This system is so rigged.” He went on to point out how the Democratic Party cries foul over voter identification laws, yet maintains a system that does not value the “one person, one vote” philosophy.