Canada ‘enters’ US presidential race with hilarious video
Canada “officially” entered the race for US president with one of its most successful exports – humor.
A new video from Entrehub reveals all the reasons why the Canada is a contender in the White House race.
The video shows a man representing Canada talking about running for US president. After all, if Ted Cruz can run, why not his home and native land?!
“As your whitest neighbor, we realize you don’t think about us very much. But that’s okay. Sometimes being on your radar isn’t such a good thing,” he says.
“But we’ve been thinking about you, and I think I speak for all Canadians when I say, ‘What the f*ck?’”
“Canada” goes on to list the ways the US is getting it wrong.
“What is this?” Canada asks, looking at a picture of Donald Trump. “What is it? Did America lose a bet?”
Canada says the ones who pay are the ordinary Americans, “whose only crime is turning out for elections in embarrassingly low numbers.”
This is actually the Great White North’s second attempt at the presidency, having announced its candidacy in 2012.
“So we are once again declaring our candidacy for president of the United States of America. Not me, not prime minister centerfold, but all of us – 34 million of the politest people you will ever meet. We’ll open one free daycare for every closed Planned Parenthood clinic. We’ll legalize weed so you can stop worrying about terrorists and start worrying about your cat stealing your ideas,” Canada continues, perhaps forgetting that two US states have already legalized the ‘green maple leaf’.
“We’ll help you solve your race problem, as soon as we figure out why you still have one,” added the world’s second largest country in total area.
Making a point about healthcare, Canada joked that when they didn’t get elected in 2012, they went to the doctor to have their feelings checked, “for free.”
There’s a whole lot of Canada in this presidential campaign, from Ted Cruz’s Canadian citizenship scandal, to Marco Rubio’s latest campaign ad featuring an image of Canada to depict America.