Following President Donald Trump’s announcement Thursday regarding the Paris Climate Accord, quite a few newspapers showed off the disaster movie posters they’re swapping in for front pages Friday — the New York Daily News even did its part for the planet by recycling HuffPo’s “Trump to Planet: Drop Dead” headline rather than writing a new one.
The real keepers, though, are the graphics released before the president’s announcement. Here’s what Washington, D.C., will look like if the worst climate change projections come true.
— Washingtonian (@washingtonian) June 1, 2017
Please let this be true.
— Mario (@NerfFries) June 2, 2017
Thankfully this isn't remotely true. https://t.co/5fgHtU7WSp
— Heritage Foundation (@Heritage) June 1, 2017
Somewhere, some part of the Metro will still be on fire. Always.
Thank god most of the predictions have been so far off
— S K Y (@SkylerCFelix) June 2, 2017
Fun fact: the worst climate change projections for the past 40 years have never come true.
— Capt. Gideon (@dto71) June 2, 2017
This Is What Washington Will Look Like if the Worst Climate Change Projections Come True pic.twitter.com/bN1RNHvBuL
— Chelsea's Resumé (@EF517_V2) June 1, 2017
Pretty much looks like it did a few hundred years ago
— Joe (@Myantispambox) June 2, 2017
If you look back in history, that was what the swamp looked like…
— David Fenstermaker (@fenstermakerd) June 2, 2017
That was supposed to happen like 15 yrs ago, where have you been?
— Redeemed NamVet (@12Bravo20Dave) June 2, 2017
When? Tomorrow? In 100 years? The speed is important.
— Justin Hornburg (@jhornburg01) June 2, 2017
Can we just flood it now and save the waiting?
— Don Middleton (@whitespace732) June 2, 2017
And this would be bad because…?
— John B Kirby (@therealjohnANON) June 2, 2017
You missed a few spots
— Unfrozen Bio Trader (@BiotechSkeptic) June 1, 2017
Looks like a good start.
— Dr. Helmholtz Coil (@HSmorgenblass) June 2, 2017
C'mon people, fire up the grills, get coal stoves, and drive quads with two stroke engines. We can do this!
— Jesse L (@ReformedintheQT) June 1, 2017
I can still see the Senate offices. Build another coal fired power plant.
— Fifth Dentist (The) (@DentistNo5) June 2, 2017
if someone wants to sell me land futures for pennies on the dollar, where can I sign up?
— Road RagEd (@Road7RagEd) June 2, 2017
The Obamas just purchased their D.C. rental for $8.1 million; they’d probably let it go for half that after seeing this map.
This is what the morning will look like if my breakfast predictions come true. pic.twitter.com/AlkqdlOyj3
— Zac Bonesteel (@ZacBonesteel) June 2, 2017
This is what the Grand Canyon would look like if aliens filled it with sand. pic.twitter.com/CgBrJgNgCg
— Razor (@hale_razor) June 2, 2017
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— Twitchy Team (@TwitchyTeam) June 1, 2017
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