As the U.S. election slowly unfolds, people on social media continue to breakdown and understand the likely outcome in the battle between Donald Trump and Joe Biden.
Y’all, this is starting to feel like 2016 all over again and I just don’t know if this will end well 😔 #ElectionNight
— Dr. Wendy Osefo (@WendyOsefo) November 4, 2020
This thing is close, despite high unemployment, a mishandled pandemic, and mass death. He may still win, but there is absolutely no way anyone can now argue Biden was the safest, most “electable” candidate the Dems had on offer. #ElectionNight
— Luke Savage (@LukewSavage) November 4, 2020
Canadians in particular have come out to share their thoughts as the election results are rolled out, eagerly anticipating a result that will impact the close relationship between the two countries.
Many are indicating that they are still concerned about how close the presidential race is at this point.
Seriously certain citizens of Florida? I’m not Biden’s biggest fan he still better than Trump is and at least there’s Kamala Harris. Honestly hoping that votes for Biden will surpass trumps. The future of America, Canada and the rest of the world is at stake. #Election2020 https://t.co/XIB5tnVtgH
— MillennialStargazer (Sarah) 🇨🇦🏳️🌈✊🏿✊🏾 (@MillennialStar2) November 4, 2020
The only thing we know right now is that this was not a change election...America continues to be deeply divided and neither candidate did enough to convince voters either undecided or from other camp that they could be the one to unite them. #Election2020 #ElectionNight
— Jacob Klugsberg (@JacobKlugsberg) November 4, 2020
Me 2016 election night : “He can’t win. Good will prevail over bad.”
Me 2020 election night: “He did everything incorrectly and so many people died and he’s a racist fraud... and they are still voting him.”
— Michael Yerxa (@mikeyerxa) November 4, 2020
Some Canadians have also been sharing their thought on John King specifically, CNN’s chief national correspondent who is has been breaking down the incoming votes all night.
Every four years I’m reminded that John King is one of the best broadcasters I’ve ever seen.
— Sid Seixeiro (@Sid_Seixeiro) November 4, 2020
John King has to be hooked up to an oxygen tank during this entire two minute break.
Literally breathless description of tonight’s #Election2020 coverage.
— Devin Heroux (@Devin_Heroux) November 4, 2020
The fingersmithing of John King 👏🤙👌 https://t.co/7v31bmnWur
— Steph Chambers (@HoserLibrarian) November 4, 2020
I don't like to tell people how to run their businesses, but I think the CEO of CNN should let John King come in an hour late tomorrow.
— David Chilton (@wealthy_barber) November 4, 2020
And as was expected, Canadians are also responding to Americans who have been saying they will try to move to Canada if Trump wins a second term as U.S. President.
I speak on behalf of ALL Canadians when I say this.
If Trump does win, we respectfully deny your request to live in Canada. SORRY EH. #Election2020
— Zara (@Zara9lives) November 4, 2020
@springsteen If Trump does win, and I hope it doesn’t come to fruition. You will be more than welcome to come to Canada.
— That Guy Hal (@HaroldHartmann) November 4, 2020
If Trump wins, I’ll start the bidding at $50k for my hand in marriage to any Americans looking to move to Canada
— coretta scotch bonnett (@sherrydacosta) November 4, 2020