Canada Day Twitter sure is filled with apologies from people in the U.S.



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This is such a perfectly 2018 thing to happen on the internet.

July 1 is Canada Day, the Canadian equivalent of Independence Day in the United States (basically).  And because Canada’s neighbor to the south has become an out-of-control tire fire of political and social unrest, folks in the U.S. are feeling some remorse.

So they’re using the occasion of Canada Day to apologize. The holiday’s celebratory Twitter hashtag is currently overrun with various flavors of “I’m sorry” from U.S. residents who are very much aware of and embarrassed by our shared racist uncle who’s been charged with running the country. Read more…

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