Larry Elder said Friday on Hannity that some top Democrats warning the left about potential overreach is "a sign of the apocalypse."

Outgoing Gov. Jerry Brown (Calif.), outgoing Sen. Claire McCaskill (Mo.) and incoming Speaker of the House Nancy Pelosi (Calif.) all suggested last week that the Democratic left has possibly gone too far left.

In an interview with NPR on Tuesday, Brown said the Republican Party's "weakness" has let Democrats "get further out than I think the majority of people want."

"I think it's a sign of the apocalypse," Elder said Friday.

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McCaskill said Thursday in a PBS interview that a mistake the Democratic Party has made is "spending too much time talking about a gender thing."

Elder said that both Brown and McCaskill are beginning to get "really, really honest" now that they are leaving their respective offices.

"Too bad they're not like that when they're in office," he said.

Obama-era economic adviser Austan Goolsbee added that he somewhat agreed with Pelosi's suggestion that maybe Democrats are worried too much about the president's doings.

Pelosi said on Capitol Hill Thursday that "there are other things that are going on that are newsworthy" other than allegations against President Trump.

"If the media's gonna spend all their time talking about Mueller, talking about investigating the president and not about giving health care to Americans or protecting the ACA or talking about policy, I agree with Pelosi," Goolsbee said.

Watch more of the discussion above.

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