According to Nikki, psychic to the stars, he will not be re-elected as mayor of Toronto. Rather, he will be elected as a councilor in Etobicoke.
Despite all the antics already disclosed in the life of Ford over the past year, including the use of drugs, hanging around drug dealers, and showing extreme drunkenness and anger in various photos and videos, Nikki said he will continue to be in the news this year.
“Rob is not yet done with shocking revelations,” she said adding, “Scandal will strike other city councilors too.”
Nikki predicted there will be a movie about Ford. She also believes he will lose weight and there could be another woman entering his life. He will also see “a guest spot on Jimmy Kimmel” and a best-selling book, plus someone will give him a motorcycle.
She also noted that Ford and his brother, Doug, “will open a fast-food place;” a surprising revelation for a man that has clearly been trying to lose weight.
Psychic, astrologist and Tarot Reader, Tara Greene said the three cards she pulled during an interview with the Toronto Star indicated “an ominous future for the man.” Those cards were the Prince of Cups (power, control and secrets), the Knight of Wands (a leader) and 9 of Swords (negative outcomes.)
She said Ford is in a “benevolent zone right now but I don’t think that’s going to last.” She predicted that his time as mayor would end in March.
If that weren’t bad enough, she also predicted “a “big turmoil” in the city’s politics and Ford “in handcuffs!” He won’t even be in the running next October, she said.
Interestingly, renowned psychic Anthony Carr predicts that Ford will be re-elected as Toronto’s mayor later this year.
Well there you have it - three psychics and three completely different predictions. Needless to say, Ford’s year will all depend on his own actions and the rest of us will just have to wait and see.
While Ford claims he is “the best mayor ever,” and has filed for re-election. Meanwhile, there have been continued calls for him to step down.
"If you want to get personal, that's fine," Ford told reporters during a press scrum. "I'm sticking to my record, and talk is cheap. You're going to see action like you've never seen before."
It is more than likely that his final words will hold given his past record of personal misbehavior. Despite being stripped of most of his mayoral powers, he has carried on as if nothing happened. Will this charade last? Perhaps the voters will decide as University of Toronto political science professor Nelson Wiseman has predicted.
"It's too early to tell about Ford's chances," Wiseman said. "Ford's more immediate challenge is whether the police charge him before the election. If they do, he's toast. If they don't, the outcome depends on the vote split.
A December 18, 2013 poll conducted by Ipsos Reid revealed that 37 percent of Toronto voters would consider a Rob Ford re-election. Although he has clamped down on city spending by “watching every dime that’s been spent,” his past personal record is less than admirable for anyone holding public office.
Toronto Police Chief Bill Blair told The Globe and Mail last week that the Ford investigation is still active.
”There are still some matters that are being investigated and pursued,” he said.
While photos of the mayor with drug dealers are quite disturbing, a video showing Ford in a violent rant is downright scary. See it HERE.