Sen. Elizabeth Warren’s timing wasn’t the best when she spoke during the contentious opening day of the Democratic National Convention and told the crowd, “People get it: The system is rigged.

No kidding: Warren’s comments came in the wake of WikiLeaks’ release of DNC emails that made clear the already obvious attempt by party chair Debbie Wasserman Schultz to tip the scales for Hillary Clinton to the point that her speaking role at the convention was pulled and she was escorted out of the Florida delegation’s breakfast by security amid boos.

So while it’s nice that New York Times columnist Nicholas Kristof thinks all Americans should take pride in Clinton’s shattering of the glass ceiling (which, when rendered with special effects on the big screen at the DNC, reminded a lot of people of Kool-Aid Man barging through another wall), not everyone feels obligated to stand up and cheer.

Wow — “whatever one thinks of Clinton” is a really big hurdle to get over. Not only was Bernie Sanders undercut by the Democratic Party, but don’t forget the time Yamiche Alcindor, also of the New York Times, asked Sanders if staying in the race was sexist, because by refusing to concede he was standing in the way of what could be the first female president.

So, whatever one thinks of, um, election fraud and accusing male candidates of being sexist by not stepping out of her way, her nomination is still a milestone, right?

Believe it or not, some even doubt President Obama’s personal assurance that Clinton is the most qualified person ever to run for president, even though when it came time to talk about jobs on the campaign trail, she suggested she might put her husband in charge of revitalizing the economy — a suggestion that she walked back pretty quickly.