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Google Searches for “Move To Canada” Increased By 1000% After Trump’s Super Tuesday Victories

Google Searches for “Move To Canada” Increased By 1000% After Trump’s Super Tuesday Victories

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White nationalist candidate Donald Trump scored a string of victories on Super Tuesday, taking seven states and bringing his delegate count up to 319. The decisive showing by the Republican front-runner has deeply alarmed many Americans, who are finally beginning to consider the very real possibility that Trump will be the Republican nominee – and, God forbid, possibly the President of the United States.

In response to that, many Americans have begun exploring exit strategies should the abrasive business tycoon actually paint the White House with goldleaf. In the hours after Super Tuesday polls closed, Google searches for “how can I move to Canada” spiked by 350% – by midnight, it grew by 1,000%:

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The queries on the Canadian government’s website grew so frequent that it began to take the server down!

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It just goes to show how ominous the prospect of a Trump win really is. What began as an amusing sideshow has become a deeply divisive and bigoted campaign of hate which freely espouses the trappings of fascism. His refusal to condemn white terrorist groups like the Ku Klux Klan, his proposals to kill the First Amendment and censor the media, to deport 11 million immigrants and ban Muslims from entering the country are all very frightening prospects for those Americans sophisticated enough to recognize that minorities are not the cause of all our nation’s problems, and they’re sending a message that they don’t want to be a part of it.

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