i have a confession
i actually kinda like JS. if you leave out inheritance, program in a pseudo-functional style, and don't get distracted by the 500 new frontend frameworks and build tools that come out every week, you can be super productive in JS.
i think JS gets a lot of hate because it kinda sucked for a long time, but it sucks a lot less now.
but i have no real-world use case for haskell, clojure's dependency on the jvm is a PITA, and python is really well-designed but the ecosystem is confusing (python 3 came out TEN YEARS AGO and i still never know which version of python to use in any given project!).