Democrats have completely lost their minds.

Exhibits A through Z: Elliot Jackson, a Democratic Party official in Custer County.

Jackson is vexed by fellow Dems refusing to bow down to official Washington’s endorsement of John Hickenlooper in the U.S. Senate primary.

Such Intraparty warfare, Jackson wrote in emails obtained by the Denver Post, is comparable to the Holocaust:

Jackson advised her fellow Democrats to study Nazi Germany, saying she was “haunted by the image of German communists and socialists at each other’s throats in the concentration camps, as they were waiting to be put to death by the Nazis they couldn’t be bothered to stick together to oppose.”

Not the six million Jews, or the Poles and other Slavs, gypsies, homosexuals and children who were slaughtered.

Not the Jehovah’s Witnesses or mentally and physically disabled.

No, Jackson is haunted by the deaths of the political prisoners, who could have beaten the Nazis if they had just stuck together and … and … and we’re at a loss for words.

Because, damn. 

Even more shocking, if that’s possible, none of the Democratic leaders on this email chain saw any problem with her comparison.

Peter Monson, secretary of the Clear Creek County Democrats, agreed with Jackson, saying he also had no interest in intraparty squabbles.

“So the DSCC came out in support of Hick. So what?” Monson wrote.

Colorado Democratic Party Chair Morgan Carroll was in on the email. 

Morgan didn’t comment on Jackson’s statement either, and she didn’t heed the warning they would die at the hand of Nazi’s if they disagreed with the Democratic Senatorial Campaign Committee (DSCC).

The party’s response to the Nazis, DSCC “needs to be that the people of Colorado will decide who their nominee will be,” Morgan concluded.