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Democrats worry that if impeachment fails, they’ll have to nominate an electable candidate

WASHINGTON, D.C.—Democrats are beginning to grow worried that if their impeachment effort fails, they'll have to resort to plan B: nominating an electable candidate and winning an election.

"The real danger here," said Nancy Pelosi in a meeting of top Democrats, "is that the normal way of getting rid of a president---impeachment---fails. Then, we'd have to try to find someone who isn't a smug, smarmy doofus and get the public to like them."

"What about Andrew Yang? He's pretty nice," said one aide, who was then asked to leave the room for such reckless hate. 

"I could run for president. I'm pretty electable," said Chuck Schumer.

"Oh, cut the crap. You're insufferable," said Pelosi, rolling her eyes. "Ocasio, any ideas?"

"What if we just, like, seized the means of production and executed all the leaders?" Ocasio-Cortez asked, looking up from a comic book about herself she was reading. "That would be so fetch."