Watch People's Hilarious Reaction To The Petition To Sell Montana To Canada For One Trillion Dollars

Watch People's Hilarious Reaction To The Petition To Sell Montana To Canada For One Trillion Dollars

Although it is no secret that petitions sometimes have the power to change the world (or somebody’s life), most of us cannot help but shrug and scoff when we see somebody share a rally for signatures on social media. It is mostly because the thousands of petitions circulating around usually have causes that are either ridiculous or do not inspire people enough to move their fingers across the keyboard to sign it. While examples like Caroline Criado-Perez’s banknote petition or the infamous Californian Recall Election Of 2003 exist, it is no surprise that some appeals are created not to change the status quo, but to have a good laugh.


One of such petitions was created on change.org, titled “Sell Montana to Canada for $1 Trillion to eliminate the national debt” and gained attention from the people of the internet. The petition seemingly originated on Reddit as a joke, but slowly gained traction as people began to sign it and are leaving hilarious comments.


The author of the petition summarized their claim by saying “We have too much debt and Montana is useless. Just tell them it has beavers or something,” and it is almost as serious as people believe it is. Even Montana locals expressed their support, jokingly asking everybody to sign so they could move to Canada with no moving costs. As long as people get to have innocent fun, right?


Take a look at some of the backers’ hilarious comments under the petition:


Image credits: Sebastian Bergmann


Watch People's Hilarious Reaction To The Petition To Sell Montana To Canada For One Trillion Dollars

Watch People's Hilarious Reaction To The Petition To Sell Montana To Canada For One Trillion Dollars

Watch People's Hilarious Reaction To The Petition To Sell Montana To Canada For One Trillion Dollars

Watch People's Hilarious Reaction To The Petition To Sell Montana To Canada For One Trillion Dollars

Watch People's Hilarious Reaction To The Petition To Sell Montana To Canada For One Trillion Dollars

Watch People's Hilarious Reaction To The Petition To Sell Montana To Canada For One Trillion Dollars

Watch People's Hilarious Reaction To The Petition To Sell Montana To Canada For One Trillion Dollars

Watch People's Hilarious Reaction To The Petition To Sell Montana To Canada For One Trillion Dollars

Watch People's Hilarious Reaction To The Petition To Sell Montana To Canada For One Trillion Dollars

Watch People's Hilarious Reaction To The Petition To Sell Montana To Canada For One Trillion Dollars

Watch People's Hilarious Reaction To The Petition To Sell Montana To Canada For One Trillion Dollars

Watch People's Hilarious Reaction To The Petition To Sell Montana To Canada For One Trillion Dollars

Watch People's Hilarious Reaction To The Petition To Sell Montana To Canada For One Trillion Dollars

Watch People's Hilarious Reaction To The Petition To Sell Montana To Canada For One Trillion Dollars

Watch People's Hilarious Reaction To The Petition To Sell Montana To Canada For One Trillion Dollars

Watch People's Hilarious Reaction To The Petition To Sell Montana To Canada For One Trillion Dollars

Watch People's Hilarious Reaction To The Petition To Sell Montana To Canada For One Trillion Dollars

Watch People's Hilarious Reaction To The Petition To Sell Montana To Canada For One Trillion Dollars

Watch People's Hilarious Reaction To The Petition To Sell Montana To Canada For One Trillion Dollars

Watch People's Hilarious Reaction To The Petition To Sell Montana To Canada For One Trillion Dollars
Watch People's Hilarious Reaction To The Petition To Sell Montana To Canada For One Trillion Dollars Watch People's Hilarious Reaction To The Petition To Sell Montana To Canada For One Trillion Dollars Reviewed by Katerina Pap on 5:07 AM Rating: 5

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  1. Although it is no secret that petitions sometimes have the power to change the world (or somebody’s life), most of us cannot help but shrug and scoff when we see somebody share a rally for signatures on social media. It is mostly because the thousands of petitions circulating around usually have causes that are either ridiculous or do not inspire people enough to move their fingers across the keyboard to sign it. While examples like Caroline Criado-Perez’s banknote petition or the infamous Californian Recall Election Of 2003 exist, it is no surprise that some appeals are created not to change the status quo, but to have a good laugh.

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