Canada dry, eh? Snowflakes are apoplectic. They threatened to move to Canada if Trump was elected. They hate Donald Trump’s America First policy, especially as it relates to immigration, having the gall to vet refugees, limit immigration to legal immigrants, protect our borders, and control who comes into our country.

Poor little snowflakes. I know of not one who told the truth when they said they were moving to Canada. They are still here and they are still crying the blues, eh. I find the spectacle richly amusing.

Trump’s tough immigration policy is too much for them, so they have threatened to move to Canada, except they can’t…. because of…. wait for it…. Canada’s tough immigration policy. I swear, you can’t make this stuff up, eh.

It seems simply walking across Canada’s southern border is a bit more difficult than simply walking across America’s southern border. The Canadians actually enforce their laws.

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Liberals seeking to move to Canada because they are unhappy with the election results are finding that Canada won’t take them because its immigration policies exclude those who won’t contribute to the economy, reports The Daily Caller.

One of the policies of President Donald Trump that has some Democrats claiming they want to jump ship is his pledge to limit immigration from people whose lives in America would be dependent on welfare. Trump promises “extreme vetting” before accepting immigrants or refugees.

But Democrats looking to move from the U.S. to Australia, Canada and other wealthy English-speaking nations are learning that those nations already have similar policies.

A top law firm known for obtaining Canadian visas for U.S. citizens says there are three main ways to get in: by having in-demand job skills, by owning a business or having a high net worth, or by having relatives already there.

Canada’s official immigration page also sets a high bar, listing opportunities to “immigrate as a skilled worker,” “immigrate by starting a business and creating jobs” or “immigrate by investing in the Canadian economy.” The website had so many visitors immediately after Trump’s win that the server crashed.

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As one hysterical liberal lamented on Facebook, “What are the actual implications of these Executive Douche Orders? Should I just pack my bags and move to Canada?” After researching the Canadian immigration system, the individual posted that he had determined that “ironically,” as an artist who could not afford to buy property and only rented a loft in Brooklyn, Canada had no desire in taking him in.

Immigration rules for Australia and similar nations are comparable, with strict rules focused on accepting people that are a net value-added to their economy.

Snowflakes need not apply.