Viral Pics From The Simpsons Series Shock Netizens of Another Possible Prediction Amid Protests Over George Floyd’s Death

Viral Pics From The Simpsons Series Shock Netizens of Another Possible Prediction Amid Protests Over George Floyd’s Death
The Simpsons have an uncanny knack of predicting the future. Be it Ebola virus, coronavirus, Donald Trump’s US presidential win or now the White House lights out episode; the animated cartoon series has seemingly predicted world events, years before they happened. 

At present, citizens at the United States of America have come together on the streets, protesting against the killing of George Floyd, an African-American man from Minnesota. People were also protesting outside the White House. 

According to reports, Trump is believed to have spent around an hour in the bunker, which is designed for emergencies like terrorist attacks, after being escorted there by the secret service in the last weekend. 

The lights were also switched off. Twitter users were quick to point out how the event matched with The Simpsons episode. Netizens wonder if the animated series predicted the White Lights out event too, as pictures from the episode show exact situation


The recent riots have set the US cities in flames. Citizens are voicing their opinion to the death of George Floyd, who was brutally killed by Minneapolis police officers during his arrest last week. With the hashtag, #BlackLivesMatter, people took to streets, protesting against the killing of Floyd and on systematic racism. While the nationwide protests are on, secret service agents reportedly rushed President Trump and his family to an underground bunker in the White House, in fear of possible terror attacks. The White House lights were soon shut off. Slamming the darkness that symbolises fear from the First Family, outraged netizens began to troll Trump as the #BunkerBoy.
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