This ‘AH’S Theory Connects The Poll To Killer Clowns& We’re Screaming

AHS: Sect hasn’t even premiered yet and we’re already shaking in our boots. If jesters give you the major heebie-jeebies, let’s just say you’ll likely want to cover at least one of your eyes while tuning in. The seventh installment appears to be sending in the comics in a big practice this season, and this assumption connects them to the election.

We’re already well aware that centers on the working day following the election of Donald Trump. The recently ceased trailer yields us a peak at what that might entail, and TBH, we expected more politics, fewer comics. But this really is Ryan Murphy-land and anything runs. Specially when it’s extra creepy.

Sarah Paulson plays a Michigan woman dealing with the Trump election aftermath, yet her concerns don’t seem is restricted to plan and locker changes. The coulrophobia — that’s suspicion of comics, in case you were wondering — increases to a fever pitch. And it’s maybe legit considering ALL THAT TERRIFYING CLOWN IMAGERY. The first clue is a burst of a Twisty comic book,. You remember this cuddly fellow from, yes?

Then there’s Billie Lourd’s Winter Anderson, who appears to be some sort of sinful babysitter from blaze, committing a child a Twisty figurine that is sure to recur our someones for all eternity. The clip ends with another buffoon popping up in our faces to a soundtrack of screams.

You may remember the clown hysteria of 2016 that was all over the bulletin last tumble. The chilling sightings happened throughout the country, and while some of the events seemed innocuous, a handful grew murderous or involved attempts at seducing minors into the woods. notes that some of the incidents has just taken place in Michigan in the months leading up to the election of all places. Coincidence? Or not, when it comes to the universe … They also recall the speculation that the phenomena wreaked pervasive panic in a similar way the election did. The circus staples mirror our horrors, or at least passes them a look. In a Opinion slouse from back in October, columnist Henning Fog theorized, ”Politics and seasonal repugnance have found their perfect match.”

is clearly picking up on the pairing in name of entertainment in a frightening fashion merely we are able to implement. We’ll know soon enough how this anecdote of assassin comedians plays out. Sweet reveries, devotees. Don’t let the bed bugs bite buffoons dominate your nightmares.

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