No doubt you’ve heard someone utter this threat before — or even proclaimed it yourself — during a presidential election. And in a campaign cycle as (adjective) as this one, where the top two candidates — (adjective) Hillary Clinton and (adjective) Donald Trump — are disliked with record-breaking fervor, it’s an especially popular sentiment. In February, the search term “Move to Canada” surged350 percent on Google as Super Tuesday primary results rolled in, revealing a string of victories for each.
“I swear toGod if INSERT CANDIDATE NAME HERE wins the election, I’m moving to Canada!” Admit it, we’ve all said it at some point. Maybe you’ve even meant it. But the evidence shows that you’ll change your mind before you get that Maple Leaf tattoo. Only around 8,500 Americans become Canadians every year — and there’s a reason the number is so low. Here’s the reason: Canada doesn’t want your hoser ass anywhere near its border. I’ve been so appalled by the specter of a Trump presidency, that I started investigating how I and my fellow political refugees could gain legal access to the Great White North. And, apparently, I’m not alone. According to Google Trends, the search term “How to move to Canada” is quite active right now.
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