Canada Apologizes For Weak Border Security, Allowing Ted Cruz To Cross

In recent years border security has been a hot button debate. Usually however, when discussing the border, most are referring to the southern border along Mexico. Recently though, after witnessing the distress and chaos caused, Canada has stepped up to apologize for weak security measures.

In a press release from Canadian Parliament:

“It has come to our attention that the border security between the United States and Canada was not quite strong enough during the year 1974 when Rafael Edward Cruz, better known now as Ted Cruz entered the United States. Had we known then that he would go on to become such a heavy kink in the legislative process in the U.S.A. we would have thought twice before allowing him to enter. Although, we are grateful that the U.S. has to deal with him now and not us. His blatant acts of malfeasance including lying with no remorse, reciting children’s poetry, and shutting down government as part of a plan to get his way are not only petty, but precarious and selfish, albeit inventive.

We cannot express our condolences enough for the oversight at our border security checkpoint. As part of our due diligence to make up for it, we will be taking the steps required to acquire back Justin Bieber. It’s really the least we can do.

It is our hope that this will mend fences between the two nations.”

We truly appreciate Canada stepping up to apologize, if only they could actually take him back.

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