EXPLAIN THIS: A Man Named ‘Trump’ Starred in 1958 Show Promising to Save Citizens by Building a Wall

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  1. Diarrhetrius Brown Doctor of Niggerology

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    EXPLAIN THIS: A Man Named ‘Trump’ Starred in 1958 Show Promising to Save Citizens by Building a Wall

    I have a theory.

    First, watch this spooky piece of teevee history, about a conman who promised to save a town from ruin, if only they’d build a wall. That man was named ‘Trump.’

    Circa 1958



    Not enough to rattle your cage?

    Back in 1990, Heavy Metal comics published a story about Trump, who at the time was famous in NYC. In this story, named The Wall, he convinced the people to follow him to overthrow the rich establishment shills in charge of the city.

    The result was Trump in charge and people writing ‘Dump Trump’ on the wall. Oh, by the way, part of his strategy to gain popular support was to hand out Trump hats. One of this key supporters was Mike Tyson, who, incidentally, was a vocal supporter of Trump this election.

    Here is the 12 part series.

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    So are these incredible instances mere coincidence or are we living in a simulation and simply living out a script like in the HBO show Westworld?
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  2. Man Against Time Black Hole Melchizedek

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    The explanation: bored people search far and wide for coincidences that appear stunningly bizarre, in retrospect.

    The Heavy Metal comic is a little creepy, though, but then again, consider the colossal number of b&w b-rated comics back in the 90's...

    Is it all a script, or maybe the creator of that comic was John Titor, the time traveler?
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    Heavy Metal Magazine was garbage.

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