WHAT MEDIA BIAS? USA Today Headline Asks: “If Donald Trump Wins, What Country Would You Flee to?”

It’s hard to imagine a national news outlet like USA Today asking this question about Obama in 2008, isn’t it? That’s because it never would have happened. Even today, substitute Trump’s name with Hillary in the headline below and you’ll hear cries of sexism from the left.

Yet somehow, this is acceptable…

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If Donald Trump wins, what country would you flee to?

This might be one solution to the nation’s immigration problem: Donald Trump haters on Twitter say they will flee the country if he becomes president.

In our favorite social media analysis so far this year, the digital analytics firm Luminoso scoured 4.5 million Trump-related tweets from Aug. 7 through Sept. 9 and found about 4{c18972fae7bad54fccba2a5109f73c6e4ffe73508739d7249e14c4c49d351322} of them were people promising to leave the country if Trump wins the White House.

Here are the top destinations in those 200,000 “intent to move” tweets:

  • Mexico: 75,000
  • General: 69,000 (“I’m moving if Trump is elected” but no location specified)
  • Canada: 25,000
  • United Kingdom: 11,000
  • Australia: 6,000
  • Alaska: 5,800
  • France: 2,000
  • Hawaii: 1,500
  • Jamaica: 1,200
  • Ireland: 1,100
  • Sweden: 1,000
  • Brazil: 1,000

Certainly the folks moving to Hawaii and Alaska may be surprised to arrive and discover that Trump is still their president because those places are actually part of the United States.

Here’s a screen capture in case USA Today decides to delete this:

Our media is as corrupt as the Democratic Party and is working in collusion with them.

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