Video: Majority of Michelle Wolf’s Netflix audience don’t want peace with North Korea because Trump would get credit

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This should tell you everything you really need to know about the left.  A live poll taken on Michelle Wolf’s Netflix show reveals that a whopping 71 percent of her audience doesn’t want peace with North Korea because they don’t want President Trump to get credit.

“Are you sort of hoping we don’t get peace with North Korea so you wouldn’t have to give Trump credit?” the poll asked.

Only 29 percent said they want peace.  The rest… See for yourself.

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“That’s how liberal they are that they would rather the world explode, they’re like ‘I told you guys he was an asshole’,” Wolf’s guest said.

Translation: They’d rather see millions die in nuclear war than see Trump succeed.

Ponder that for just a moment…

Paul Joseph Watson noted:

When conservatives talk about how many on the left “hate America,” it’s seen by most as a tired cliché, but when you see clips like this it really makes you wonder.

Trump 2020 campaign manager Brad Parscale summed up the mood of many when he tweeted, “Here is the media’s and left’s position in a nutshell. It isn’t about America.”

Indeed, it seems that the left is so beset by Trump Derangement Syndrome that they’re quite happy to see the pilot crash the plane even though they’re on it.

This is the modern left…


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