The Los Angeles Times has good account of a big problem in counting votes in the California Democratic primary.
And it started long before the polls opened in California on Tuesday.
Perhaps it didn't affect the outcome, didn't steal a win from Bernie Sanders.
But since Iowa the two go hand-in-hand: Massive voting irregularities and a Hillary Clinton victory.
In many ways it sums up the Clinton campaign: By hook or by crook, Clinton always wins -- and it will continue into a convention corrupted by rules benefiting the big-money candidate.
Unfortunately for Clinton, she'll get a taste of her own medicine in November, when all those Republican-passed laws designed to exclude voters take full effect.
And the same press that continually ignored legitimate complaints by the Sanders campaign, will suddenly pounce on every whine and gripe from the Clinton campaign.