During the second, highly-tense presidential debate Sunday, Donald Trump referenced Canada's health care while trying to criticize Hillary Clinton's health care plan.
He then went on to imply that Canadians are so upset with their health care system, they cross the border to the US to get their service.
Meanwhile, Canadians, who were innocuously watching the debate and just here for a good time, honestly felt so attacked.
And politely and firmly told Mr. Trump to please just keep us out of this. This is your mess, sir.
In fact, people #factchecked him on it and quickly and plainly said that not only do Canadians not flee to America for health care, but their accessible and universalized health care is one of the pride and joys of being Canadian.
So I can make a pretty safe statement on behalf of the great (no bias) nation of Canada:
Tanya Chen is a social news reporter for BuzzFeed and is based in Chicago.