Americans Hate Brown People So Much They Want to Bomb Disney's Aladdin

(ANTIMEDIA) If you thought society was bottoming out the last time you heard Donald Trump was rising in the polls, you thought wrong. There is no floor to this well.

According to a new poll conducted by Public Policy Polling, 30% of Republicans are in favor of bombing the city of Agrabah. If you aren’t familiar with this region of the world, do not fret. The reason you do not recollect ever hearing about it in geography class is because it doesn’t exist. It is a fictitious town from the Disney animated film, Aladdin. It’s not real.

By my own admission, I would not have been able to tell you whether Agrabah was from Aladdin or Police Academy 4 if you asked me about the make-believe city prior to this poll. But since I’m not a lunatic (at least most days), I would never have raised my hand if you asked whether I thought people in that country should die.

But don’t get too boastful, Democrats. According to the same research, 19% of your kind are in favor of murdering cartoon families, too.

Thirteen percent of Republicans and 36% of Democrats said they outright opposed bombing the city.

It is unknown how Americans would respond to the crisis in Jakku.

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