Debating the Democratic Party's superdelegates and their role in 2016

"Rigged!" shouts MSNBC's Joe Scarborough. "Rigged," declares a New York Post headline. "Disenfranchised," blasts Donald Trump.

Some folks on the left and right are heaping scorn on the presidential primary systems.

For Democrats, Saturday's results from the Wyoming caucus offer a muddy illustration of how the system is structured to work. Hillary Clinton and Senator Bernie Sanders each won 7 pledged delegates - based on proportional winnings by county.