It's clear that you will never accept the fact that FL & MI violated the rules laid out well ahead of time. That's fine if you think the primary process should be disorderly and chaotic, but don't act like you have had something stolen from you just because the rules were enforced and followed by every other state and the DNC.
These cherry-picked statistics from a single poll don't even come close to the type of extreme circumstance that would cause superdelegates to overturn the popular vote. Lets be honest now, do you really expect them to look at this stuff and suddenly all move to Clinton because she is a few percentage points ahead in some states?
Well there are two sides of racism. One is overt racism that minorities experience and the other is everyday racism that white people see when no minorities are around. Ironically, you can get a situation where white people see and experience more day-to-day racism than dark-skinned people. Both sides never really see the whole picture.
"As far as I know" and "I'll take her at her word on that" are totally different statements. "As far as I know" implies that you don't know and "I'll take her at her word" implies that you believe what she says. How are you equating the two?