Skipping from one nut job to the next, the entire pro-Carson SuperPAC 2016 committee’s New Hampshire office has packed up and left to join the Ted Cruz campaign.

In the political equivalent of escaping a mental hospital to run away with the circus, every single paid staffer in the super-PAC office has quit to volunteer for Cruz, believing him to be the most electable conservative candidate.

This embarrassment was announced the very same day that Carson’s former national 2016 Committee head, Sam Pimm, also jumped ship and threw his support behind Ted Cruz, leaving Carson alone with his ever-declining poll numbers.

However, Jerry Sickles, spokesperson for the former Carson coalition, claims the group still holds Dr. Malpractice in the “highest regards.”

“This is a man we revere, but we think it is important that our party nominate a conservative and get behind a single conservative who can win, and we strongly believe that candidate is Ted Cruz” he explained.

With a pathetic 3.5 percent support in New Hampshire for projected GOP primary voters, it’s understandable that the state’s conservatives have lost faith in the electability of their slow, sleepy-eyed candidate. That being said, we still can’t understand why crazy, creepy Cruz is any better.

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Anne Schultz is an intern with The Ring of Fire. She is an acting major at Marymount Manhattan College.