It seems that fans think the Simpsons Predicted Kamala Harris Becoming the first female Vice President.
People are posting all sorts of Simpsons pictures stating that cartoon’s creators predicted it a long time ago that Kamala Harris would be the Vice President of US.
In 2000 in the episode ‘Bart To The Future’, the character Lisa become the first female President of the United States and interestingly the costume colour of the cartoon characters also match with some of the pictures of Harris.
Although it seems bizarre, it is quite notable that the outfits worn by Lisa and Ms Harris resemble quite well. Lisa wears a purple jacket, a necklace, and earrings, very much similar to Kamala sense of dressing.
One user on Twitter shares an image of both of them, and captioned it, “Vice President Kamala Harris.”
Another used cracked a joke saying, “@KamalaHarris hey, congrats! BTW, did you think of Lisa Simpson today? Or is this just coincidence?”
The third one posted, “Kamala Harris & Lisa Simpson Same vibe.”
It can be very well asserted that previously The Simpsons did predict Donald Trump becoming the President of the United States.
In the same episode, President Lisa says, “We’ve inherited quite a budget crunch from President Trump.”
Dan Greaney one of the show’s writers, spoke to the Hollywood Reporter, stating that, “It was a warning to America. That just seemed like the logical last stop before hitting bottom. It was pitched because it was consistent with the vision of America going insane.”
Matt Groening mentioned The Guardian: “We predicted that he would be president back in 2000 – but [Trump] was, of course, the most absurd placeholder joke name that we could think of at the time, and that’s still true. It’s beyond satire.”
Trump left the White House and decided not to attend Joe Biden’s inauguration ceremony and left to his home in Florida.
For the fourth time in the history, of US it occurred that an outgoing president didn’t attend the inauguration of his successor; previously it took place in 1801, John Adams, in 1829 John Quincy Adams and 1869, Andrew Johnson
Meanwhile, it has been confirmed by the staff of White House staff that Trump has left a letter for President Biden before leaving the office.