US elections 2016: Canada immigration site crashes after Trump lead
Canada's immigration site just crashed over the heavy load due to searches from people of US who just want to leave their country
The results of US presidential election are coming to an end with an expected victory for Republican Donald Trump. Hearing a news which is very sad for them, American people took to the internet searching for countries they can move to.
Bringing sad to them, Canada's immigration site just crashed over the heavy load due to searches from people of US who just want to leave their country.
Leaving many downhearted, the site read there was a problem with the internal server.It also said there was a problem with the resource people were looking for.
The news created a huge influx of reaction in social media. Many took it to the social media platform to express despair over the crash.
Moving to Canada is not a consolation prize. It is a privilege.
— Alice Moran (@Alice_Moran) November 9, 2016
I was gonna write this as a joke but found out it was real. "The Canada Citizenship and Immigration site crashed around 8 PM" #electionnight
— Ben Schwartz (@rejectedjokes) 201642773266432">November 9, 2016
— Mic (@mic) November 9, 2016
BREAKING: Canada announces immediate construction of southern border wall
— Bradley Lautenbach (@lautenbach) November 9, 2016
Text from my mom in Canada pic.twitter.com/gZOQncTaVh
— kelly oxford (@kellyoxford) November 9, 2016
A campaign hashtagged #leaveforcanada went viral when the first news of Trump's firm lead came out.