If you have TV or internet access, you’ve probably heard this multiple times. This statement has been used liberally by liberals since day one of Trump’s campaign to express their outrage over a person with different political views. When a “celebrity” or someone you know makes this statement, view it for what it is. A temper tantrum similar to one a two-year-old throws when you won’t let them have ice cream for breakfast and they threaten to run away.
Outbursts like these are purely for attention. Don’t give it to them. Instead, lend them a handkerchief and wish them luck. If they’re still insistent on moving to Canada, show them this informative video from a real life Canadian on the vast number of opportunities waiting for them.
The Hill– Lena Dunham is the latest celebrity to say she’ll hightail it out of the country if Donald Trump is elected president. “I know a lot of people have been threatening to do this, but I really will,” Dunham told Andy Cohen at the Matrix Awards on Monday. “I know a lovely place in Vancouver and I can get my work done from there.” The star and creator of HBO’s “Girls” has been a prominent supporter of Hillary Clinton. She has campaigned with the Democratic front-runner throughout the 2016 race.
Washington Examiner– Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump said Tuesday he has no objections to actress Lena Dunham’s decision to leave the country if he becomes president. “Well, she’s a B actor and has no mojo,” Trump said on Fox News. “I heard Whoopi Goldberg said that too, that would be a great thing for our country,” Trump told host Steve Doocy, who proceeded to rattle off a list of celebrities who have leveled such a threat, including Rosie O’Donnell. “Oh, we’ll get rid of Rosie. Oh, I love it,” Trump said. “Now I have to get elected because I’ll be doing a great service to our country. I have to, now it’s much more important.”
If you weren’t a Trump supporter, maybe this will push you over the edge. The list of useless celebrities signing up to move North is growing. Can’t wait to see them leave.