Are We “Living In A Simulation”? Con Man Trump Convinces Small Town to Build Wall In 1958 TV Clip
Tags: Donald Trump, opinion
By Amanda Froelich
Is it possible that we are living in a holographic simulation? Your instinctual response may be, “No way!” But, consider this: Elon Musk, the billionaire tech genius who co-founded Tesla and founded PayPal and SpaceX, believes we do. And, he’s not the only one. Now that an eerie TV clip from 1958 has surfaced, the number of people who agree with Mr. Musk is rapidly growing.
The 2-minute clip is eerie, to say the least. It features a “con man” named Trump who convinces a small town to build a wall.
“There’s got to be some way to stop him.”
“Well if there is, I don’t know it.”
“It’s funny how a big lie can make us all kids again.”
“I can build a wall around your homes that nothing can penetrate.”
Watch the clip below:
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
According to Shane Ryan of Paste Magazine, the clip was checked extensively to determine whether or not it is fake. But, it is a real episode from the TV show Trackdown. Learn and watch more here.
All that’s left to do, really, is shiver. That, and research more into the simulation hypothesis. If we are living out some kind of weird meta-narrative that symbolically appeared on TV 60+ years ago, it’s high time the populace wake up to such a weird phenomena.
If it is merely coincidence, we can, at the very least, find peace in the episode’s ending: “You’re under arrest, Trump.” Maybe there is hope, after all.
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Source: Paste Magazine