Keegan-Michael Key as a weatherman forecasting the election is hilarious — and horrifying

Director Joss Whedon's Save the Day PAC, created to get out the vote for Democratic presidential nominee Hillary Clinton, just dropped a new video starring comedian Keegan-Michael Key.

Key plays a weatherman, Frank, delivering the scariest forecast of all time — that of President Donald Trump's inauguration day. Frank warns us about a "heavy wave of denial coming in from both coasts," "massive construction fronts" along the Mexican border and a "nuclear winter coming in from the southeast" that should "take out all sentient life on the continent ... within the first 100 days."

Source: Mic/YouTube

As for our friendly neighbors to the north? Don't go crying to them, Frank says of Canada, from which "we can expect giggling and smug looks."

Source: Mic/YouTube

And when the terrifying forecast of what's to come under President Trump makes co-host Tammy cry? Well, Tammy voted for Jill Stein. 

Source: Mic/YouTube

"Now suck it up like the rest of us," says Frank.

In September, Whedon enlisted his A-lister pals for Save the Day's star-studded PSA promising that, if viewers vote, actor Mark Ruffalo would do a nude scene in his next movie. Another more serious spot produced by the group features actor Jesse Williams.

Watch Whedon's latest masterpiece below: