In a world of tweets, snap chats and Facebook posts a case of mistaken identity can get a little messy.
During the unconventional republican convention a lot of people had a lot to say; so of course they took to social media to share it with the world. Unfortunately for some Twitter users their message hit a road block when they were sent to the wrong organization.
Turns out a police service in Canada called the Royal Newfoundland Constabulary is the first thing to pop up when you search RNC. So a slew of tweets including quote “go Trump, beat crooked Hillary” and quote “pray all is peaceful in Cleveland tonight” is going to the Canadian police force.
Hoping to sort out the mess the police began tweeting back to users to alert them of the mistake; unfortunately as the convention went on the tweets became more frequent. Since then the police force added the word police to its twitter handle but there are still a number of tweets still coming in. Hopefully these people are better at casting a vote then sending a tweet.