The Economist warns of global doom if Trump elected in 2024. Of course, it does.

The globalist establishment is in full panic mode over the prospect that voters will return former President Donald J. Trump to the White House next year and their propaganda is becoming as increasingly shrill as it is ridiculous.

With the domestic media relaunching their Trump is Hitler campaign this week, an ominous warning has been put out by The Economist, the UK-based gospel of the global elite which predicts the cataclysmic consequences if American democracy produces the wrong guy in its year-end forecast.

The publication’s 38th annual predictive edition, “The World Ahead 2024” features a scare cover image of the GOP frontrunner’s visage imposed across an image of the planet for its screed titled “Donald Trump poses the biggest danger to the world in 2024.”

“A shadow looms over the world. In this week’s edition we publish The World Ahead 2024, our 38th annual predictive guide to the coming year, and in all that time no single person has ever eclipsed our analysis as much as Donald Trump eclipses 2024. That a Trump victory next November is a coin-toss probability is beginning to sink in,” the publication states, an acknowledgment that Joe Biden and his extremist left-wing party may be cooked.

The Economist states that a sense of “despair” over the prospect of Trump’s return has crept into “parliaments and boardrooms” across the world that likely fear a return to the traditional norm of American strength and capable leadership.

“A second Trump term would be a watershed in a way the first was not. Victory would confirm his most destructive instincts about power. His plans would encounter less resistance. And because America will have voted him in while knowing the worst, its moral authority would decline. The election will be decided by tens of thousands of voters in just a handful of states. In 2024 the fate of the world will depend on their ballots,” the publication whines.

While “pursuing his enemies,” in a second Trump presidency, he “will wage war on any institution that stands in his way, including the courts and the Department of Justice,” the outlet predicted in its alarmist article that is behind a paywall.

“China and its friends would rejoice over the evidence that American democracy is dysfunctional” and the communist nation “could easily miscalculate over Taiwan, with catastrophic consequences,” the Economist warned, according to Axios.

It also states that Russian leader Vladimir Putin “would have an incentive to fight on in Ukraine and to pick off former Soviet countries such as Moldova or the Baltic states.”

Some other Economist covers of the Trump era show a complete lack of objectivity when it comes to covering the America First leader.

When a publication has a following among influential forces in the Western world, such an article shows that there is a very real fear that the resilient Trump will ride again and lead a posse against the bad guys.

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