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When you hear the term ‘national emergency,’ perhaps it brings to mind doomsday ‘Day After Tomorrow’ or ‘Independence Day’ scenarios – but in fact, there were 31 active national emergencies ongoing in the U.S until recently and most people probably didn’t know. Which is why when President Donald Trump declared the 32nd national emergency in an ongoing battle for his U.S-Mexico border wall, he didn’t get the response he expected.

Saturday Night Live responded with a classic Alec Baldwin parody sketch of the announcement and then Twitter took it from there. Online users tweeted out how they were surviving since the ominous declaration with the hashtag #NotesFromNationalEmergency and it is clear the nation is suffering from nothing short of a zombie apocalypse. Scroll down below to see how people are handling the end of days and don’t forget to upvote your favs!

A man has to protect his dog at any cost


Ethnic music is everywhere and the people of Los Angeles can’t escape


Bird Box 2 : Candada


This man is having a national emergency inside his house


When you have to announce an emergency to stay trending


Is this what they mean when they say fake news?


Emergencies can cause friends to turn on each other


There is nothing like cold hard facts during troubled times


It’s only a matter of time before things turn into The Walking Dead


Is this National Emergency real or is this a West World simulation?


A border is a border right?


Trump might need a bigger wall to keep out these travelers



This person was just trying to help out their local I.C.E agents but it was not appreciated


It turns out Mexican products have already traveled over in a produce caravan


Kids or a caravan? Either way this person has noisy neighbors


Time to load up on all the essentials: food, water and gas before they run out


Maybe the country on the other border will accept undocumented immigrants?


In a country full of immigrants imagine hearing people speaking other languages – the horror


if there is a wall how will the Mexican avocados pass through?


So many types of Vans it is easy to get confused


National emergency: over half the staff at Mar-a-log can no longer work there


There are signs everywhere that things are happening – and it’s only day 2


During a national emergency it’s important to keep sharp eyes and an alert mind


“Bought provisions (wine and tequila). Was fully prepared to loot, though it seemed unnecessary and perhaps unwelcome at Whole Foods.”


No walls to protect the corned beef but the spam is protected


We all have our own methods of surviving a national emergency, some are a bit more relaxing than others


Write to your loved ones across the nation to make sure they are safe during this troubling time


This man just discovered that his co-worker is not who he thought he was


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