Great Job, Internet!: Keegan-Michael Key gives a grim, post-Trump victory weather report

America might be headed for a patch of rough weather if it elects Donald Trump to its highest political office on November 8, with “massive construction fronts” along the Mexican border, an angry, red “high blood pressure front” forming in the Midwest, and even a “nuclear winter” blowing in from a southeasterly direction. That’s the message of “Weather,” a brief satirical video from Joss Whedon’s super PAC, Save The Day, which is currently in the midst of a voter registration drive. The 96-second spot stars Keegan-Michael Key of Key & Peele as a morning show weather forecaster who maintains his chipper, upbeat demeanor in the grand tradition of Willard Scott even as he predicts the end of “all sentient life on the continent within the first 100 days.”

“Down south,” Key explains, “that’s gonna push civil unrest back to the mid-to-early ’60s.” The weather metaphor is especially …

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