Here’s How Undocumented People Feel About The Election

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The most important election of our lifetime is here and there is so much on the line for so many Americans, including undocumented immigrants. One tweet has sparked a conversation about how undocumented immigrants feel.

Twitter user Rodrigo Huertas is showing the world what undocumented immigrants are feeling about this year’s presidential election.


All it took was 93 characters to get people to open up about their fears about Election Day.

Some responses are using humor to relay the message of anxiety.


Humor or backup plan?

Other people are unfiltered about how terrified they truly are.


Sometimes one hashtag is all you need.

Looks like the white name mentality is a common theme.


Jorge = George. Guillermo = William. Pedro = Peter. Etc.

Many are exhausted after watching two people argue over your fate and well-being in this country for months.


No energy left.

There are people that just can’t believe that it’s already decision time.


Fiiiiinally!

People who are protected are worried about family and friends.


Answers to the tweet are covering all the different emotions in the human spectrum.


@Deyaaaniraa we promise you’re not the only one.

Some people are legit looking up what it would mean if they’re forced to go back to their countries of origin.


Imagine spending your life in one country then being told you have to go back to a country you do not know.

Stress. Stress. Stress.


Breathe. Just breathe.

Then there are emotions that just can’t be put into conventional words.


Existential crisis is right.


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