Let's review a little history here: In 2016, Hillary had more delegates than Sanders, WITHOUT counting the super-delegates. So the people who voted spoke. Bernie did not have the votes. You can't say the DNC machinations created her votes or subtracted from Bernie's. They may have influenced people to vote for Hillary, but after all that's what everybody does before elections. I'm sure Bernie's supporters were out there trying to get people to vote for him, and he was spending money to influence people.

If Bernie gets as many delegates as it looks like he will get, he's going to be the Democratic nominee. If the Covid-19 pandemic is as bad as it looks like it will be, I think the candidate promoting health care for all is going to win in a landslide over the asshat who lies about it being "like a cold".