The Simpsons have made a prediction again, this time guessing the repeal of the right to abortion in the United States.
The Simpson It is one of the longest running animated series on television. The yellow family of Springfield has accompanied us for many years in which they have been able to reinvent themselves on numerous occasions and live experiences that have been saved in the retina of millions of people around the world. However, one of the peculiarities for which they have become more viral than ever in recent years has been their ability to make predictions of the most amazing and yes, they have done it again with one of the most recent events in the United States.
As you well know by now, the repeal of the right to abortion is already a reality in the United States, an issue that has generated a lot of commotion in recent times. Nevertheless, for The Simpsons it was already a reality a whopping 19 years ago, when one of its episodes predicted this fact, to a certain extent; More specifically, we are talking about the episode Bart, warlike corresponding to the fourteenth season of the series, issued on May 18, 2003. In it, the invaluable neighbor of the Simpson family, Ned Flanders, was in charge of making this prediction about the repeal of abortion.
Ned Flanders predicted the repeal of abortion in the United States
To put this prediction in the background, the argument of the aforementioned episode of The Simpsons in which Bart and Milhouse sneak into the Flanders’ house and end up accessing Ned’s secret room, where he gathers his precious collection of the musical band The Beatles. After the arrival of the police, the young people end up causing the destruction of much of the collection, which generates great anger in the neighbor of The Simpsons. However, he refuses to bring them to justice, as he claims that judges are more concerned with “telling women what to do with their bodies”.
A new simpsons prediction that leaves no one indifferent and that makes us wonder what the next one will be, since the list begins to extend in a surprising way, although we warned you a while ago that this prediction technique has a trick. We remind you that you can watch the aforementioned episode of The Simpsons, as well as any other, through Disney +, Disney’s subscription service.
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