Click the links below for the Homer Simpson predictions about Trump and Killary.
Revelation of the Method
The Luciferians/Illuminati do tell us through their books and publications,
movies and news releases what they are doing - this is called Revelation of the
Method. If you are too stupid to recognize it for what it is that is your problem from their point of view. It is a form of ritual mocking of the victim. The link to the globalist agenda is below.
Friends and Patriots,
I do not believe all of what Dan Greaney states below and I am told the creator of the Simpsons is a member of a secret society. I think we need to remember that this evil world is governed by satan and that he can appear as an angel of light. I believe there is satanic power in the Simpson cartoons.
The now-infamous "Bart to the Future" episode of , which aired almost exactly 16 years ago, on March 19, 2000, predicted a Donald Trump presidency. The outlook was not bright.
"It was a warning to America," writer Dan Greaney told
It was somewhat of a throwaway line at the time, but make no mistake, it was included very much on purpose.
He added: "And that just seemed like the logical last stop before hitting bottom. It was pitched because it was consistent with the vision of America going insane."
In the episode, Bart is shown a vision of his life. As an adult, he is pretty much a loser. Lisa, on the other hand, becomes the first "straight female" president of the United States. Enter the possible prediction.
"As you know, we've inherited quite a budget crunch from President Trump," Lisa says to her staff, who inform her the country is broke due to her predecessor. In actuality, Trump will likely be the 2016 GOP presidential nominee.
While Greaney — who still works on the show as a consulting producer — can't remember who exactly pitched the idea, (yeah, sure) even then, four years before would premiere, the line made sense, he says.
"The important thing is that Lisa comes into the presidency when America is on the ropes, and that is the condition left by the Trump presidency," Greaney tells . "What we needed was for Lisa to have problems that were beyond her fixing, that everything went as bad as it possibly could, and that's why we had Trump be president before her."
Some fans did not like the episode at the time due to the dark outlook for Bart, but in recent months, Greaney — who always has been proud of "Bart to the Future" — has gotten a lot of calls about the episode thanks to the Trump line, he says.
"I am tickled we are getting all this attention, but I don't think it's going to trigger this well-awaited re-evaluation of my episode that I was hoping for," he says, laughing. " has always kind of embraced the over-the-top side of American culture … and [Trump] is just the fulfillment of that."