16 Celebrities Who Will Leave the U.S. if Trump Wins, by Daniel Nussbaum. Here are 16 of Hollywood’s best and brightest who have pledged to move out of the United States in the event of a Trump win.
- Barbra Streisand
- Bryan Cranston
- Miley Cyrus
- Lena Dunham
- Amy Schumer
- Jon Stewart
- Chelsea Handler
- Samuel L. Jackson
- Whoopi Goldberg
- Neve Campbell
- Keegan-Michael Key
- George Lopez
- Rev. Al Sharpton
Canada’s Immigration Site Crashes as Liberals Panic, by Emily Zanotti.
Hillary Clinton voters totally freaking out about election night results are, apparently, looking to relocate as soon as possible.
Hollywood Freaks Out: ‘About to Throw Up’, by Sarah Stiles.
Around 10 p.m., Hollywood stars began to panic. Hillary Clinton wasn’t as far ahead as they had expected her to be. In fact, the race was far from a landslide. Reflecting the anxiety of the Tinsel Town set, actress Mia Farrow re-tweeted a NYT poll showing that, as of 9:40 pm, Trump had a 55-percent chance of winning the election. As a comment on the tweet, she simply posted: “Xanax.”
Several celebrities indicated suffering physical symptoms. Funny or Die comedian and actor Billy Eichner posted: “Still feeling confident but about to throw up.” After tweeting “And Trump has closed a wide gap in North Carolina. Another shot, please,” Dan Savage commented “I’m going to puke.” Later in the evening, he intimated that death would come as sweet relief in the event of a Trump presidency. “Colorado approves assisted suicide,” he noted about an article from a local Colorado news outlet, “that’s going to come in handy.”
Model Emily Ratajkowski tweeted “Ok I’m getting really nervous,” while Khloe Kardashian expressed her view that “it shouldn’t be this close.” Singer Mandy Moore was flummoxed. “I am absolutely beside myself right now. I can’t believe the way this thing has turned. Trying to remain hopeful but geez louise.”
Silicon Valley is freaking out about the election right now, by Karissa Bell.
As the race tightened Tuesday night, members of Silicon Valley’s elite took to Twitter to freak out along with everyone else.
Shervin Pishevar, cofounder of venture capital firm Sherpa Capital, an investor in some of the biggest names in tech, including Uber, Airbnb and Slack, tweeted that if Trump wins he would start funding a campaign for California to become its own country. … Others were quick to chime in.