"If Donald Trump wins the presidency, I'm going to move to Canada!"
That's been the running dialog among Trump opponents for months now. During last night's election, many of them headed to the Canadian Immigration website. In fact, so many people visited the site that it crashed from all the traffic.
When the site did crash, lots of people took to Twitter to poke fun at the situation. While the election drama appears to be over, the drama surrounding the new presidency seems to be never ending. Now we are looking at the aftermath of a highly volatile election process.
Of course, those who voted for Trump appear more than happy to get rid of those who don't support the newly elected president. Twitter has been a battleground for these types of conversations for a while, but the comments have really exploded after the election.
The sad thing is that this really does show what state our country is in at this point in time. People on both sides of the aisle are showing that they don't trust the government in the least. In fact, their distrust is so huge that they are willing to step away from the country altogether. Hopefully, we can all learn how to work together again. Then we can make the world and our country a better place for future generations.