This is some seriously spooky stuff.
A TV show from 1958 resurfaced on Twitter Wednesday, and it has people freaking the eff out.
Why? It seems to shockingly predictÂ Donald Trump‘s presidency!
In the episode of the WesternÂ Trackdown, entitledÂ The End of the World, a con man comes to town and convinces everyone a apocalyptic rain is coming, and he has the only solution — to build a wall.
What the fresh hell. This is REAL. Filmed in 1958- about a conman who grifts a small town of suckers into building a wall. History not subtle enough for you? GUESS THE GRIFTER'S NAME
(And watch until the end) pic.twitter.com/6FA3p6KC00
— Alex Hirsch (@_AlexHirsch) January 9, 2019
We know what you’re thinking: a manufactured crisis by a fearmongering con man? Come on, that could describe tons of things —Â The Music Man, the monorail episode of The Simpsons.
But the thing is, the con man’s name? It’s TRUMP!
We couldn’t believe this was real either, but it is. According to the Classic TV Archive, the episode aired on May 9, 1958 — a full 57 years before the reality star officially announced his presidential campaign.
Was the writer clairvoyant? Is it time travelers trying to warn us? Are we living in a computer simulation made by a lazy and/or sadistic programmer??
See the entire episode and decide for yourself (below)!