The results of the election apparently have some U.S. citizens inquiring into immigration to Canada in such droves they crashed the country's website


Everybody has or has met a person who threatened to move to Canada in the event of a Trump win on election night. Turns out, enough people were at least willing to entertain the option to do enough research to crash Canada’s immigration site servers.

No, really.

The site went down around 10:30 pm ET Tuesday, followed by intermittent accessibility, reports Business Insider.

We really don’t have anything better to go on right now other than Twitter, but a good amount of people are tweeting about it.

Oh, and in case you were planning on a whiskey-fueled midnight run across the border, we just saw this on the ol’ Twitter as well. (It’s probably a joke.)

Official sources from Canada haven’t rushed to confirm this or not, but there’s plenty of anecdotal evidence.

Still looks like it’s a real thing. We just got an error message from trying to click on the page.

Oh, wait, just got this breaking CCTV footage live from the Canadian border.

So if you’re not a fan of Tuesday’s results … well, you might have to think of another plan.