Why did the Loyalists begin to leave the thirteen colonies?

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The Loyalists began leaving the Thirteen Colonies when it became evident that revolution was imminent. Patriots, those who were for American independence from British rule, viewed Loyalists as traitors or possible spies. Due to this distrust and coming war, Loyalists probably felt it was safer to leave the Colonies. more
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