Magazine says Trump as dangerous to world economy as ISIS

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LONDON, ENGLAND –  Who’s faster than a speeding bullet? Who’s more powerful than a locomotive? Who can leap tall buildings in a single bound?

Look! Up in the sky. It’s a bird. It’s a plane. It’s Super Trump.

No, not Supertramp.  Super Trump, considered by many to be a strange visitor from another planet, who’s running for president with powers and abilities far beyond those of mortal men, or women.

But don’t take our word for it.

The folks at the Intelligence Unit, the sister publication of The Economist, say a Donald Trump presidency is as dangerous to the world’s economy as a possible Chinese economic meltdown, Russian military interventions in Ukraine and Syria, and jihadi terrorists.

In fact, the publication ranks a Trump presidency as equal to ISIS terrorism when it comes to disrupting the world’s economy.

Well, that’s what they say.

It’s because of his hardline stance that includes killing families of terrorists and a military invasion of Syria to wipe ISIS terrorists off the face of the earth.

They add his proposed ban on all Muslim travel to the US as a potent recruitment tool for jihadi terrorists.

But there could be more to trump than we know.

Here’s lightning striking the trump tower in Chicago the night of the Illinois primaries. Maybe The Donald is a lightning rod in more ways than one.