Hillary Clinton will be elected president of the United States.
And I'll have no choice but to vote for Hillary.
The prophecy was revealed recently on Capitol Hill during a Congressional hearing, when a ruthless political operative explained it all this way:
"What difference, at this point, does it make?"
Exactly, former Madam Secretary of State. You're a big-government statist. I'm not. But those differences would make no difference to me.
If Scarlett Johansson, she of the iconic pouty lips, plays Clinton in a movie about the young Hillary and the young Bill just as the 2016 presidential campaign is in full cry, then Hillary is in.
And within days of Clinton's inauguration, the nation will wonder:
How long must we wait before we carve Hillary's head on Mt. Rushmore?
"Rodham" takes us into the life of a 20-something Hillary as she pursues her brilliant career; a young lawyer on the Watergate Committee, helping to bring down President Richard Nixon.
To succeed, young, idealistic Hillary must navigate a fetid Washington political environment full of evil, florid, middle-aged white guys who just don't get it.
How can it not be a hit?
The who-will-play-Hillary question has been buzzing on the Internet this week. Just about the only question the Clinton people like even better than who-will-play-Hillary is: "When will Eric Holder resign?"
Such questions are much nicer than having to answer questions about what really happened in Benghazi. Agreed?
So will Hillary be played by Johansson?
Or will Reese Witherspoon, twangy Southern accent and all, melt in Bill's arms?
Perhaps the perky Emma Stone, great as Spider-Man's brilliant girlfriend, will do it.
And who plays Bill? Ryan Gosling?
"It's also really a journey of a woman who was torn between her personal desires and her professional ambition — both literally pulled her thousands of miles apart, because Bill did not want to leave Arkansas, and she did not want to leave Washington, D.C.," screenwriter Young Il Kim told Politico earlier this year.