"The Greg Gutfeld Show" spoofed the Democrats' leftward shift in a hilarious new parody ad.

Gutfeld's opening monologue highlighted Sen. Bernie Sanders' (I-Vt.) support for allowing convicted felons, including violent criminals and terrorists, the right to vote while in prison. 

"I think the right to vote is inherent to our democracy, yes, even for terrible people, because once you start chipping away and you say, well, that guy committed a terrible crime, not going to let him vote. Oh, that person did that, not going to let that person vote. You're running down a slippery slope," Sanders said at a town hall forum last week.

CNN's Chris Cuomo then asked whether the right should extend to someone like the Boston Marathon bomber.

"This is a democracy. We've got to expand that democracy, and I believe every single person does have the right to vote," Sanders answered. 

Gutfeld said Sanders' proposal "makes no sense" and will be hammered by President Trump in 2020 if he runs against Sanders.

"You think a guy in jail for murder can't have his rights taken away? What is it about being in jail that you're missing? He is in jail, he can't go outside, the toilets have no seats! Seems like not voting is the least of his concerns," Gutfeld said. 

Watch the monologue and the ensuing parody video above.

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