James Carville Makes STUNNING Admission Regarding 2020 Race

You can tell that things on the left side of the aisle aren’t going as planned by the sheer volume of discomfort that the Democrats are openly displaying.

The left is squirming, and with good reason:  Their party is currently embroiled in a  Civil War the likes of which they’ve never before experienced.  The younger wing of the organization is hoping to usher in a new era of radical leftism by nominating someone such as Bernie Sanders for the presidential ticket in 2020.

On the other hand, the Democratic Deep State is working harder than ever to elevate a centrist like Joe Biden to the honor.

This internal strife is taking its toll on the punditry as well, with at least one famous Democratic mind sounding the alarm on the race as a whole.

Democratic strategist James Carville expressed his concerns as the Democratic primary race is officially underway, saying he’s “scared to death” of the direction his party is going.

Appearing on MSNBC, Carville began by pointing to the success Democrats had during the 2018 midterm elections and stressed that it “matters” who the candidates are and what the party chooses to talk about.

“I’m 75 years old, why am I here doing this? Because I’m scared to death, that’s why,” Carville exclaimed. “Let’s get relevant here … all the Sanders people are taking pictures wishing Jeremy Corbyn the best. … I don’t want to go down that path.”

The former Clinton advisor slammed the press corps for going “AOC crazy” over its coverage of Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez, D-N.Y., and pointed to more moderate candidates like former South Bend, Ind., Mayor Pete Buttigieg and Sen. Amy Klobuchar, D-Minn., who he noted “got a lot of votes” in Iowa.

Add Carville’s concerns to the laundry list of catastrophes currently enveloping the Democratic Party, and it becomes difficult to see a path forward for the progressive party.