Lefty activist’s attempt to mock a separation into ‘United States of Canada’ and ‘Jesusland’ goes horribly wrong

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On Thursday a far-left-wing activist posted to Twitter a “proposed map” of two new countries, the United States of Canada and Jesusland. Shortly thereafter, she deleted the map from her Twitter feed and apologized once she realized what she’d done.

The mistake left-wing activist Amy Siskind made was assuming that conservatives would take offense to be separated into their own country. It turns out, in fact, that conservatives would absolutely love and adore the idea.

Below is a screenshot of Siskind’s original tweet:

In Siskind’s fantasy world, horribly-run far-left states such as California, Oregon, and New York would be annexed to Canada and thus become part of the new left-wing nation known as the United States of Canada.

Meanwhile, the rest of the states — including Florida, Texas, North Carolina, etc. — would form their own new right-wing country named Jesusland.

It’s presumed that Jesusland would be a true utopia, per se, where religious freedom, free speech, gun rights, due process, deregulation, and common sense would be valued, whereas the USC would be a macroscopic version of the hellhole known as California.

Thus, with these presumptions in mind, Siskind’s proposal seemed like a winning proposition.

View some of the responses below:

The only real complaint was that some of the states and Canadian territories included in the USC would fit better in Jesusland because of their local citizens’ political views.

Like one critic opined, “The problem with this proposal is that Manitoba, Saskatchewan, Alberta, the Northwest Territories, Yukon, most of British Columbia, and much of eastern Washington, eastern Oregon, and much of northern California would choose to go with the freedom-and-liberty nation.”

The critic was somewhat right.

Below is a map detailing California’s political divides:

(Source: Public Policy Institute of California)

It looks like the northern and eastern parts of California would be more inclined toward joining Jesusland, meaning the state would have to be broken apart in Siskind’s fictional world. That, of course, wouldn’t necessarily be a bad thing.

See more responses below:

Siskind deleted the original tweet shortly after posting it and then later published an apology in which she claimed she’d “offended” people …

Look:

But who in the world did she offend?

Far-left liberals just like her, ironically enough. As members of some of the states she’d designated as parts of Jesusland, they took great offense to her proposal because they believe Republicans want to “slaughter” them …

Look (*Language warning):

Dear Miss Siskind: Behold your own base. And then ask yourself — really ask yourself — which side would you prefer to align with, hmmm?

Vivek Saxena

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