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‘Time-traveller’ from 2030 says Trump will be re-elected

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A ‘time-traveller’ claiming to be from the year 2030 claims that Donald Trump will be re-elected and synthetic comprehension will take over.

In a YouTube video posted by Apex TV, the man is strapped up to a distortion detector and asked a series of questions.

He is asked if he is really a time-traveller from 2030 and according to the distortion detector, he is revelation the truth.

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The ‘time-traveller’, who’s face and voice are twisted in the video is ‘one of the biggest voices of paranormal calm on YouTube’ with over 100,000 subscribers.

He claims that he has risked his life to transport back in time in sequence to do his ‘mission’ and advise us what the universe has in store over the next twelve years.

The man also claims that robotics will have taken over the creation and record will be means to exclusively run a home.

'Time-traveller' from 2030 says Trump will be re-elected
He claims robots will have taken over (Picture: Barcroft)

In 2030, according to the prophet, the US boss is someone called Ilana Remikee and global warming will have caused the heat in North America to increase.

Humans will strech Mars in 2028, electronic cars will have transposed diesel and petrol vehicles and many forms of cancer will have been cured.

Although he fails to furnish any, Noah claims he has ‘hard evidence’ to back up his predictions.

In a prior talk with Paranormal Elite, Noah pronounced he had anorexia and is in fact 50-years-old, but that he had taken an age rejuvenation drug which had remade him into a 25-year-old.

The video has perceived copiousness of critique online.

One apostate wrote: ‘All Apex TV does is peep an answer on the screen with a ding noise, that doesn’t truly countenance the distortion detector.’

Another wrote: ‘Lie detector tests do no contend if things are true, only that the person who is making the explain believes that they are true.’

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