Looks like we’re in for nasty weather, America.
With the presidential election fast approaching, “Key & Peele” alum Keegan-Michael Key has teamed up with voting-advocacy group Save the Day to deliver his forecast, based on current conditions.
According to Key, under President Trump, voters can expect heavy waves of denial coming in from both coasts, trapping a high blood-pressure system in the heart of the nation.
Making a nod to Trump’s campaign promise to build a wall between the U.S. and Mexico, Key also reveals that America should prepare for massive construction fronts along the bottom of the coast of California, all the way to the middle of Texas — which will build up slightly, but fall apart long before they finish, leading to scattered bankruptcies in the area.
From the northern border, America can expect giggling and smug looks from Canada’s direction.
The good news? The overall rise in temperature and existential misery will be cooled by the nuclear winter coming in from the Southeast, which will take out all sentient life on the continent within the first 100 days of Trump’s presidency.
Key’s pretty good at the whole weather-forecast thing; maybe after this whole election blows over he can get a job at Trump’s TV network.
Strap on your galoshes and watch the video below.