This is beyond spooky

It’s the very template of what we have seen for ourselves in real life. The only difference is that the motives behind the virus created is to benefit the news networks. Not this time. Much more sinister. It’s about the election in November.

I picked up the video from Steve Hayward at Powerline Loose ends 109. Pretty straightforward, right? Wrong!

Googled “the simpsons apocalipse meow” which suggested “did you mean apocalypse meow” and went straight to its suggested set of words. There was everything about a Simpsons episode from 1993 but nothing about the one posted at Powerline. So went back to this.

Showing results for the simpsons apocalypse meow
Search instead for the simpsons apocalipse meow

I chose the “search instead” option and ended up with a page entirely in Spanish with this the first entry:

41 melhores imagens de Simpsons | Os simpsons, Bart, lisa e …br.pinterest.com › anakelbh2 › simpsons
16 de out de 2018 – Explore a pasta “Simpsons” de anakelbh2 no Pinterest. Veja mais ideias sobre Os simpsons, Bart and lisa e Desenho dos simpsons. … Zombie. onde comprar. ZumbiBonecasDesenhosBart SimpsonOs SimpsonsToy ArtApocalipse ZumbiFaça Você Mesmo DescoladoArte Urbana … Right Meow! =^.

And beyond that, the images under “Images for the simpsons apocalipse meow” were also all in Spanish as well.

Verificamos: É falso que Os Simpsons previram a chegada do novo ...

And even the first frame would refer you to the wrong episode of the Simpsons, as did the heading over the images:

Did you mean: the simpsons apocalypse meow

The one that mattered was, in fact, Season 22 Episode 6. And when was it aired? From Wikipedia:

The Simpsons’ twenty-second season began airing on Fox on September 26, 2010 and ended on May 22, 2011.

This, by the way, is the edited version of the episode found on Google:

Incredible and terrifying.

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