American screenwriter Joss Whedon has released another pro-Hillary Clinton spoof video in a series titled 'Save The Day' in a bid to urge the public to vote – and not for Trump.
In the video, comedy actor Keegan-Michael Key (you'll recognise him as the music producer from Pitch Perfect 2) delivers a hilarious weather report describing what we can expect to see in the scary chance that Donald Trump wins the Presidential election.
Playing a terrified weatherman, Michael Key says: 'We are seeing a heavy wave of denial coming from both coasts, dropping a high-blood-pressure front right in the center of the country.
'Now down south that's gonna push civil unrest back to the mid to early Sixties,' he adds before explaining that a construction front will 'fall apart long before it finishes' below Texas and the coast of California.
Viewers are warned to look out for 'scattered bankruptcies', 'giggling and smug looks' from their Canadian neighbours and a 'rise is both temperatures and existential misery'.
At the end of the video, a morning show host is shown crying while Keegan-Michael Key laughs in fear.
The video follows another video where a British man pleads tongue-in-cheek for Americans to vote for Trump to make England look better in the international market, you know, after that whole Brexit thing.
Grab your umbrellas, people. It's going to be one hell of a storm if Trump gets in.