Brace yourselves, folks. We’ve got some crazy news to share with you:

More from the AP:

Sen. Bernie Sanders’ tax and spending proposals would provide new levels of health and education benefits for American families, but they’d also blow an $18-trillion hole in federal deficits, piling on so much debt they would damage the economy.

That sobering assessment comes from a joint analysis released Monday by the nonpartisan Urban-Brookings Tax Policy Center and the Urban Institute Health Policy Center, well-known Washington think tanks.

The bottom line: Sanders would raise taxes by more than $15 trillion over 10 years, with most of that paid by upper-income earners. But his proposed government-run health care system, along with free undergraduate college, enhanced Social Security, family and medical leave, and other new programs, would spend far more, adding $18 trillion to federal debt over a decade.

Unpossible!

Seriously. How can that be???

Guess not.

Well, if Bernie takes it all in November, there’s only one surefire way to prevent the study’s prediction from coming true:

What a coincidence! That’s what Trump said, too!

Editor’s note: This headline of this post originally read “$18 billion.” We’ve corrected the typo and apologize for any confusion.