Analyst Predicts United States ‘Will Not Exist After 2032’

Economic analyst Martin Armstrong predicted that America’s days are numbered when he appeared last week on “Greg Hunter’s USAWatchdog.”

According to Armstrong, the U.S. “will not exist after 2032,” citing election fraud, corruption, and loss of faith in government as the reasons behind the collapse.

“The United States will not exist after 2032. After 2028 and 2029, we are going to have to redesign a government from scratch. America is being destroyed,” he said.

Armstrong believes the 2022 midterms will serve as a prime example of the election fraud he deems is already out of control.

“The cheating in the midterm election next week is going to be so great that it is almost impossible to make a prediction,” he continued. “Where this ends up, who knows? It’s just so corrupt, it is over the top. It doesn’t matter who wins. Nobody is going to accept this thing, and that is the problem.”

He further asserted that neither political party will accept the 2022 midterm results, which will play a role in what will be a difficult 2023 for the U.S., according to Armstrong.

With senatorial candidate John Fetterman (D-PA) filing an election lawsuit before he’s even lost the race, Armstrong might be onto something in regard to his prediction of delayed midterm results.

Armstrong’s main claim to fame is his “Economic Confidence Model,” which holds that economic waves arise every 8.6 years, climaxing with a crisis of sorts.

“The whole monetary system as we know it is collapsing. That was what the bond crisis in the UK was about,” said Armstrong, referencing the fall of the Great British pound that netted George Soros $1 billion and essentially broke the Bank of England.

Armstrong claims there’s a “worldwide effort” to instill ESG and other “green” agenda items, all done to get rid of former President Donald Trump.

“This is a worldwide effort. They had to get rid of Trump. The other one who stood in their way was Bolsonaro. I think you are going to have historians look back at this 50 years from now, and they will call this period ‘The Climate Change Wars.’… They are trying to take down as much oil energy capacity as possible,” finished Armstrong.