Rage Against the Machine Predicted Donald Trump Would Run for President Back in 1999
While we're all now coming to terms with life beyond the day in the future Marty McFly traveled to in Back to the Future II, our friends at Loudwire noticed that Robert Zemeckis wasn't the only one to make some astute predictions about the future. Rage Against the Machine seem to have forecasted that Donald Trump would run for president way back in 1999 in their video for "Sleep Now in the Fire."
However, the clip was directed by documentarian Michael Moore, so there's good chance the prediction was actually his. In the MTV VMA-nominated video, Rage storm the New York Stock Exchange and one screen capture shows a man walking the streets with a sign promoting Trump for president in 2000.
While the video was 15 years off (and Trump was already involved with politics), it's still a little prescient.
Watch the full video below.