Bad News For Fleeing Liberals- Canada Doesn’t Want You!

Bad News For Fleeing Liberals- Canada Doesn’t Want You!

Diehard Liberals had threatened to leave America if Donald Trump was elected as POTUS.  On that list are Jon Stewart, Lena Dunham, Al Sharpton, Whoopi Goldberg, Cher, Amy Schumer, Barbara Streisand, and Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg.

The bad news for anyone who seeks to move to Canada and take their liberal beliefs with them:  Canada doesn’t want you.  Canadians took to Twitter and made it perfectly clear, it’s best to stay where you are.

The Canada’s immigration website actually crashed due to the high traffic of disgruntled liberals.

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According to Heat Street , They’re even talking about building their own wall—to keep immigrants from American out of their pristine cities and away from their mounted law enforcement, gravy and cheese covered French fries, superior hockey coverage and French Sesame Street.

Even CBC, Canada’s state-owned broadcasting network, is trying to actively discourage a mass migration. As the Canadian Immigration and Citizenship website crashed last night, the CBC took to its blog to warn people that emigrating to Canada isn’t as easy as jumping a border.

To avoid deportation back to Trump’s America, they’d have to spend years in Canada’s aggressive filter system and spend thousands of dollars. And then, they’d have to find jobs in Canada’s crowded urban metropolises—unless, of course, they like farming.

But if there’s anyone Canada really doesn’t want, among the number of celebrities who “seriously’ pledged to move north, it’s Girls star Lena Dunham (though, it seems, they’d also prefer not to house either Miley Cyrus or Amy Schumer).

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