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New poll: 62% of Democrats prefer human extinction by meteorite than for Trump to win re-election
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New poll: 62% of Democrats prefer human extinction by meteorite than for Trump to win re-election

'We've lost our damn minds'

The Democrats' impeachment efforts and even the 2020 election itself may all be unnecessary.

A new poll conducted by the University of Massachusetts shows that 62 percent of Democrats in New Hampshire would prefer for planet Earth to be struck by a meteorite that ends the human race than for President Donald Trump to be re-elected in November.

As The Hill reported, the "Sweet Meteor of Death" Twitter account, which is said to fantasize about the end of the world via a meteor strike, praised the poll on Friday.

Although the poll's sample is of only 400 voters, the results show the degree to which some on the political left have been radicalized in recent years, a phenomenon commonly known as "Trump Derangement Syndrome."

'We're losing our damn minds!'

As TheBlaze's Carlos Garcia reported Friday, even veteran political strategist James Carville has expressed concerns with the mental state of many in the Democratic Party.

"I don't know. We just had an election in 2018. We did great. We talked about everything we needed to talk about, and we won. And now it's like we're losing our damn minds," he said.

'It's not how you become a majoritarian party'

The former advisor to Bill Clinton added that Democrats have to "step up their game" and moderate their views or else they will lose in 2020.

"We have candidates on the debate stage talking about open borders and decriminalizing illegal immigration. They're talking about doing away with nuclear energy and fracking. You've got Bernie Sanders talking about letting criminals and terrorists vote from jail cells," he noted.

"It doesn't matter what you think about any of that, or if there are good arguments," Carviille argued, "talking about that is not how you win a national election. It's not how you become a majoritarian party."


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