There's no "ethical imperative" for superdelegates to support the popular vote winner, writes Zvika Krieger. Superdelegates, unlike voters in early primaries, know much more about the candidates and how they'll perform in the general election, she writes. With questions raised about Barack ObamaBarack Hussein ObamaNew Hampshire Rep. Kuster endorses Buttigieg Overnight Defense: Foreign policy takes center stage at Democratic debate | House delivers impeachment articles to Senate | Dems vow to force new vote on Trump's border wall Ray LaHood backs Biden for president MORE's strength against John McCainJohn Sidney McCainMartha McSally fundraises off 'liberal hack' remark to CNN reporter Meghan McCain blasts NY Times: 'Everyone already knows how much you despise' conservative women GOP senator calls CNN reporter a 'liberal hack' when asked about Parnas materials MORE, superdelegates would be justified voting against him, she adds. It would be unjustified to support Chuck Norris's illegal immigration plan, according to Josh Patashnik. The lord of the roundhouse kick would let authorities kill unauthorized border crossers, just like they can do with people who illegally enter Area 51. Norris's logic is "interesting," Patashnik concludes.