It strikes me that there was considerably more election-night coverage of Hillary’s “win” of the uncontested Michigan primaries than of Romney’s “win” of the uncontested Wyoming caucuses. This in spite of the fact that Wyoming is actually sending delegates to the Republican convention, while the DNC stripped Michigan of her delegates.
So Clinton’s beauty contest gets equal weight as an actually meaningful primary (the Michigan Republicans), while Mitt’s beauty contest is buried.
A combination of institutionalized liberal bias, combined with more fear of Clinton than of Romney, would seem to be at fault.
Sickening, and it doesn’t bode well for balanced coverage of the general election, either.