62% Democrats Prefer Every Human on Earth Killed Over Trump Winning Reelection: Poll
New Poll shows NH Dems rather see meteor strike Earth over four more years of Trump
62 percent of New Hampshire Democrats would prefer that the Earth is struck by a giant meteor, that wipes out the entire human race, rather than see President Donald Trump win reelection in November, a shocking new poll has revealed.
The new poll was conducted by the University of Massachusetts and shows that only 38 percent of Democratic voters say they would prefer a Trump victory if it meant saving all human life from being "extinguished."
The rest say they would rather see the end of all life on Earth instead of another four more years of Trump in the White House.
The poll was praised on Friday by a Twitter account called the "Sweet Meteor of Death," which is said to fantasize about the end of the world via a meteor strike.
UMass Lowell poll: 62% of New Hampshire Democrats would rather see a giant meteor strike the earth and extinguish all human life than see President Trump get re-elected. pic.twitter.com/YAoXyP1I1Q— Sahil Kapur (@sahilkapur) February 7, 2020
Despite the poll's sample being only 400 voters, the results show the disturbing degree to which some on the political left have been radicalized in recent years.
The phenomenon has come to be commonly known as "Trump Derangement Syndrome."
"I don't know," he said.
"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."
'It's not how you become a majoritarian party'
"We have candidates on the debate stage talking about open borders and decriminalizing illegal immigration," he noted.
"They're talking about doing away with nuclear energy and fracking," Carville continued.
"You've got Bernie Sanders talking about letting criminals and terrorists vote from jail cells.
"It doesn't matter what you think about any of that, or if there are good arguments," Carville argued.
"Talking about that is not how you win a national election.
"It's not how you become a majoritarian party."