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Did ‘The Simpsons’ predict who will be president of the United States in 2024?

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  • The Simpsons predicts who will be president.
  • The episode frightened viewers.
  • «It was obvious,» they declared.

Once again The Simpsons has caused a stir among viewers, due to a clip that is circulating on social media that people say is predicting who will win in 2024.

The popular series often sparks controversy by foretelling things that will happen.

Now fans are saying they believe that the show has accurately predicted who will be the next U.S. president.

Currently, current President Joe Biden and former President Donald Trump are the frontrunners.

The Simpsons predicts who will be president in 2024

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Once again, the iconic animated series The Simpsons has managed to capture the public’s attention, sparking speculation and controversy.

It all started with an episode where Homer Simpson swims through the depths of New York City.

Without a doubt, what caught people’s attention was a sign in the background of the clip with a certain candidate’s name.

The sign starts out reading ‘Trump 2012’ and as Homer floats by the year changes to 2016, 2020 and finally, 2024.

Was it a coincidence or a prediction?

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The Simpsons has developed a reputation as a kind of modern oracle over the years.

This is because of the surprising coincidences between the fictional events depicted in the series and what ultimately happens in real life.

From predictions about Donald Trump’s presidency to more specific events, the series has perplexed viewers around the world.

Now a viral TikTok video is pointing out that the popular show may have done it again.

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On this occasion, the focus is on the 2024 presidential race in the United States.

Internet users did not hesitate to express their opinion on the matter and declared that it was obvious.

«It was obvious that Trump would be president again, just look at what Biden did…» someone commented.

«It is planned, they are not predictions.» «If it is true that Trump is going to be president, then the war can begin,» added others.

Which Simpsons predictions have come true?

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The series has gained notoriety for tackling topics ranging from the absurd to the incredibly accurate, raising eyebrows among fans.

It’s ability to accurately predict things that happen in the real world has generated a base of loyal and expectant fans, who follow the show attentively.

Previous predictions include the first Donald Trump presidency, the 2008 economic crisis, the H1N1 outbreak and other significant events.

Fans, always eager for new surprises from the series, are frightened by this latest prediction.

A unique cultural phenomenon

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The phenomenon of Simpsons predictions has led some to question if the creators of the series, Matt Groening and his team, have access to privileged information.

Perhaps they simply have an exceptionally keen perception of society and trends.

Although the creators have denied being able to see the future, the speculation persists and contributes to the mystique surrounding The Simpsons as a unique cultural phenomenon.

While the controversy grows, uncertainty around the 2024 presidential election persists and doubts about the candidates continue to grow. To watch the video click HERE.

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