Well, as a frothing at the mouth leftist jackass, I don't think she is prejudiced at all (except perhaps in the narrowest definition). She knew several months before the primary season started that these votes wouldn't count. All the candidates knew this. All the candidates campaigned and structured their campaigns on this basis. I don't think one is prejudiced when they are informed of a situation early, are only required to abide by the same standards as all other candidates, and the situation set out in advance comes to pass. I would think one is prejudiced when they are informed of a situation early, rely upon that information, and are after the fact told that the basis upon which they relied is going to be reversed.