It is reassuring to know that the US is not the only country currently experiencing a political uproar. With the recent election of Donald Trump for president-elect of the United States, many are looking overseas for relief. Unfortunately, Americans are not the only ones experiencing a national divide. The tweets inserted below comment on two opposing views: one for #Brexit and one that believes Britain and the EU are #BetterTogether. Those for Britain leaving the EU advocate that they “want their country back” and believe the country will be of an economic advantage without the pressure of other unstable European economies. This view also believes there will be more internal job opportunities for the Brits as well as improvements in trade. While those against Brexit believe it will cause higher inflation rates, rising national debt, and will only benefit the rich. Sound familiar? 😉
As each day grows closer to #brexit I am more convinced that it will be the greatest preventable disaster to befall Britain since Iraq.
— Harry Leslie Smith (@Harryslaststand) November 15, 2016
— Jack Montgomery (@BrexitMyths) November 15, 2016
#Brexit will deprive ordinary Britons of their right to live & work in 27 countries, but doubtless the rich & powerful will be unaffected.
— Nick Reeves – 48% (@nickreeves9876) November 14, 2016
— Sky News (@SkyNews) November 14, 2016
— Diane James (@DianeJamesMEP) November 8, 2016
— Stephen Dedalus (@StFilansDream) November 6, 2016