Canada should build a wall to keep out these drunk American invaders

Source: Port Huron Float Down

There's something going on in Canada, folks. It's inconceivable. It's yuge. There's something going on.

In Canada, you can't even mention the words "radical American terrorism" without the PC police coming to attack you. But it's real, folks. And here's proof.  

Source: CNN
Source: National Post

Drunk Americans. Fifteen hundred of them. Crashing into the Canadian border on Sunday. They came on rafts, dinghies and inner tubes. They said they were part of something called the Port Huron Float Down, and while they tried to stay on the U.S. side of the St. Clair River, they lost control, ending up blowing into Sarnia, Ontario.

Canada must be made safe again.

When the drunken revelers landed in Canada, folks, thousands of people were cheering as those borders were being penetrated. Thousands of people were cheering.

American criminals like these have freely exploited Canada's open borders. Canada has borne the extraordinary daily cost of their criminal activity, including the cost of using Sarnia, Ontario's buses to send the Americans back to their own country.

Canada's led by a man named Justin Trudeau. He's not tough and he's not smart. People cannot believe he's acting the way he acts. He doesn't get it. (Or maybe — maybe — he gets it better than anyone understands.) 

Is Trudeau going to finally mention the words "radical American terrorism"? If he doesn't, he should immediately resign in disgrace.

There's only one solution here: a total and complete shutdown of Americans entering Canada. A total and complete shutdown until the country's representatives can figure out what is going on.

Canada should build a great wall to keep Americans out. A great, great wall on the border between Michigan and Ontario. 

And who's gonna pay for it? America.

The border between the U.S. and Canada is 5,525 miles long — the International Boundary. They call it the world's longest undefended border. It's weak. It's unfit to be a border. The military, they're absent. And that's how 1,500 people without IDs can make it into Sarnia, Ontario.

We can force America to pay for the wall. It's easy. Let's spell it out right here. We threaten to cancel their visas. Or we raise visa fees. Either way, Canada has all the leverage and will win the negotiation.

The American community knows who the bad apples are, where the bad seeds are, but they don't report them. They just put them on rafts and send them over to Canada. There's something going on, folks. Canada needs toughness and vigilance. Canada can be made great again.

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Cooper Fleishman

Cooper is Mic's tech editorial director. He was previously New York bureau chief at the Daily Dot.

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