Local FOX 23 Tulsa traffic reporter surprises his co-workers with a bizarre traffic report. He starts off reporting the flows of traffic and then interrupts himself saying that he’s received special requests. He starts explaining the fastest route to Canada for the crybaby losers who promised to move to Canada if their candidate lost.
You can hear the other people in studio laughing at his report. He continues and even gives a bit of advice about living in Canada. Enjoy this video, I sure did:
In case you are one of THOSE trying to escape Trump by moving to Canada, here is a word of advice from a Canadian: ‘You cannot escape Trump by moving to Canada, he’s everywhere’
The process to become a Canadian citizen can be a long one. There are many barriers. First, you must apply to become a permanent resident. Should you choose to become a citizen, you must have been “formally present” in the country for at least 1,460 days during the six years before you made your application. You also must have been in the country for 183 days over four years that are not fully or partially included within that six-year time. This isn’t to mention language laws.
Let’s say you make it through all those hoops and manage to enter Canada legally. Bad news: You will not escape Trump and his belief system. It is everywhere. You will hear his voice on the radio. You will see him on the TV. You will hear his name in the office and around the dinner table. Don’t forget that a large part of our lives is influenced by American culture. We are right next door, after all.
Most of our trade and defense agreements are centered around the United States, and our international politics often reflect this close relationship. Trump’s proposed changes to these alliances will no doubt impact our own international relations, economy, and position within the global community.
In fact, Trump is already influencing Canadian politics. One Conservative member of Parliament, who recently announced her intention to run for leader of her party, congratulated Trump on winning and throwing out “the elites.” Other Canadians feel that Canada’s economy has been pushed to the edge by the Liberals and New Democrats, and that Trump’s business-style approach would benefit both countries.
Indeed, even Canadians support Trump, despite everything he has said, and the impacts of his proposed changes would almost certainly be felt in our country as well as yours.
I’m not saying living in Canada doesn’t have its benefits. It does. We have decent health care and education systems and we recently welcomed more than 25,000 Syrian refugees (as of February 2016) and have committed to bringing in even more in the future. For the most part, we are good people.
What I’m saying is that Canada isn’t the perfect utopia you may think.