I also don't know how this whole thing will play out and I normally have a fairly accurate read of it way sooner than this. One of the few I didn't call correctly was a decision usurped by the Supremes. Otherwise, I'm pretty sure of my sense of things even in the primary. This one I can not at all call. Too many variable which could still fall in any direction. How bizarre.
This is a real curious move, I hope not meant to damage the Democrats--I'll still hold out some faith in Bernie--but as a continuing delegate grab to further his agenda even if not getting the nomination. And being not satisfied with how far to the right the left has moved over these decades, I'm okay with that. That this process could hurt--though who knows how this will play as it could very well wind up helping--Hillary, I can't really blame Bernie because that would be not in small part on her by refusing debate she had originally agreed to. And certainly, Bernie is justified, not just by wounded ego be it that or completion of contract (said agreement to debate), but especially in his promise to allow registered voters to participate in the primary without cutting it off--them off--short.
So this is a real curious move. I don't know yet if it will happen. I imagine it would be a bit of a spectacle so I don't know how seriously taken; yet who knows what could come of it.
This is less campaign, rather, more kaleidoscope.