Trump’s Presidential Run & 6 Other Eerily Accurate Simpsons Predictions

Authored or posted by | October 27, 2016
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I have been saying for years that the U.S. political system is rigged and scripted, just like a TV show. The following article published by RT.com shows more evidence of this. Be aware that most, if not all, political systems throughout the world are also rigged and scripted. Because of this, political predictions are not really predictions, because political candidates (political actors) are just acting out scripts written many years ago. – Pao Chang

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By RT.com

Homer, Marge, Bart, Lisa and Maggie have become household names since ‘The Simpsons’ first aired in 1987. But the show’s uncanny ability to consistently predict future events has many believing the cartoon’s creators have a crystal ball.

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One of the most prominent of their “predictions” relates to the current state of US politics. Donald Trump’s presidential bid was first depicted on the cartoon series – playing out in a 2000 episode some 16 years before the billionaire was actually chosen as the Republican Party’s nominee.

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And that’s far from being the only case of an episode of The Simpsons reflecting future events. Here, RT lists six other past episodes in which The Simpsons bizarrely predicted, depicted, or referred to major contemporary events that were yet to unfold.

1. Voting machine controversy

In a 2008 episode, Homer’s voting machine changed his vote.

Four years later, a real life electronic voting machine was taken out of service after being captured on video changing a vote for Barack Obama into one for Mitt Romney.

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  1. Anabel says:

    Mind programming.
    They don’t call it TV programming for nothing