Donald Trump Will Win Election, Predicts Sales Of Candidate Masks
Apparently, a whole lot of people plan on being different variations of the Republican nominee on October 31.
In fact, it's been reported more Donald Trump masks have been sold this year than Hillary Clinton ones.
But, unfortunately, there's more that lies behind the Trump mask that we should all be concerned about than a scary political costume.
According to DailyMail.com, Halloween costume retailers have concluded the presidential nominee who sells the most masks will win the election in November.
Guess what, everyone: Donald Trump is winning.
He's allegedly overselling Clinton masks by 7 percent at Value Village, and by 10 percent at Spirit Halloween.
One source, reported by DailyMail.com, stated that winning mask sales began successfully predicting the elected president in 1980. Spirit Halloween claimed the predictions to be true since 1996.
Ummm, this isn't looking good, guys.
Even so, this year's election is a tad different than all the others — and people won't be dressing up as the nominees for the usual reasons of admiration or flattery.
Instead, people are buying masks to mock the shit out of them.
Kim Hermann, an owner of Novelties Unlimited, reportedly spoke with The Virginia Pilot about the true reasons why people are purchasing both Trump and Clinton masks. She allegedly stated,
[This election is] so contentious, most people buying candidate costumes are doing it to be negative. They're planning to suggest something other than presidential behavior.
By the way the election has been going, acting "un-presidential" definitely won't be an issue.
Although both candidates have had their ups and downs, a recent survey conducted by Spirit Halloween confirmed that twice as many people are dressing as Donald to make fun of him than Hillary.
Joke's on you.
I'm not surprised, though. He makes it too easy for us to make fun of him half the time.
On the other hand, the survey's top answer from those who picked a Hillary mask claimed they chose her out of admiration.
I guess we'll have to wait and see if the 36-year streak of successful predictions is about the be broken.
Honestly, I'm a little scared to find out.