Again, SHE IS A DEMOCRAT. She does not exist as an independent political entity; she is a cog in a larger machine. SHE is perfectly predictable.
Her behavior in this primary season has been, up to this point, 100% predictable based on her party affiliation and standings in the primary polling.
What’s that mean? Well, up until Super Tuesday, her party was telling her that if she continued to move incrementally upwards in the race for delegates, that she could possibly be part of a brokered solution to the Sanders problem at the Convention.
After she laid an egg on Super Tuesday, the party told her she was out, but not to endorse anyone at this point in time, so as to not infuriate the Sanders base with a Biden endorsement. As a result, her support seems to have moved approximately 50/50 to Sanders and Biden, which the party can tolerate at this point in time, seeing that Sanders is about to get wiped from the map this week.
It’s not HER. It’s the PARTY. Make sure your animus is focused at the right place.