Kamarck is an enthusiastic Clinton superdelegate that serves on the faculty of Harvard's Kennedy School of Government.
The Democratic party on the verge of schism with unprecedented levels of political infighting. It's not surprising that Kamarck was nostalgic for the days of smoke filled rooms and backdoor political deals.
"The superdelegates in the Democratic Party are about 12 percent of the convention. In the Republican Party, all the Republican National Committee people are superdelegates," Kamarck said.
"And they're, I think, 5 or 6 percent of the convention. So the Republicans have superdelegates, too. They're just smaller - a smaller number," she concluded.
With all the Democrat insiders serving as superdelegates, Sanders already will go into the convention with 12 percent against him, yet this Harvard professor frames this rigged system as some glorious institution.
Although the Democratic Party feigns being 'progressive', it has evolved into Wall Street's chosen party, and Bernie's treatment from the DNC shows as much.
With the FBI investigation into her server ongoing, Hillary Clinton has been forced to rig the primaries in order to survive to November.