Before You Pack Your Bags in Preparation for Moving to Canada, Read This
United States Residents are reeling from the aftermath of the election on 09-November-2016 (11/09/2016 – odd parity with 09/11) and even though Clinton won the popular vote, Trump takes the win due to the Electoral Vote. Many US residents are now considering moving to Canada.
Trump wins and Americans are ready to run North to Canada! Before you do, take a look at this video about moving to Canada.
If you are American and considering moving to Canada, comment below what the main reason is. The Immigration Canada website crashed on election night due to all the US residents looking for option. If you have a business in the USA or Canada, IMMFinancial.com can help you with funding the transition. 🙂
The Late Show with Stephen Colbert Original source: https://youtu.be/evVKFFL1iTs
Stephen Colbert asks God why he would allow Trump to win.
Voters target Electoral College members to switch to Clinton.
Voters upset that Republican Donald Trump had been elected president — or think that the presidency was unfairly taken from Democratic rival Hillary Clinton — are scrambling for ways to change the results.
For those that are not sure what The United States Electoral College, it is the body that elects the president and vice president of the United States every four years. Citizens of the United States do not directly elect the president or the vice president; instead they choose “electors”, who pledge beforehand to vote for the candidate of a particular party.
Each state gets to choose as many electors as the combined total of the number of U.S. senators and representatives to which the state is entitled. The District of Columbia gets at most the number of electors it would have if it were a state but not more than the number of electors of the least-populous state (currently three). There are therefore currently 538 electors. This is corresponding to the 435 representatives and 100 senators in the House of Representatives and the Senate. This, plus the three electors for the District of Columbia. The Constitution bars any federal official, elected or appointed, from being an elector.
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