Open source insurgencies and protests can arise spontaneously and they are very hard to stop once they get going since they are impervious to most forms of repressive counter-attack and political subversion.
This uptick in insults directed at minorities blamed on Trump, may be the tinder for setting off this next insurgency. Social media amplifies every incident, spreading the anger it evokes like contagion across the country. Just watch. This suggests that the next open source protest we are likely to see will form to force Donald Trump from the Presidency before the next election — a Tahrir square moment in cities all across the US. A massive and diverse open source protest that has one simple goal: the immediate removal of Donald Trump from office.
Tip of the Hat to Eagle.
Phi Beta Iota: John Robb avoids mention of the blatant treason and illegalities that have characterized the Clinton Foundation, Hillary Clinton, and the “Purple Revolution,” the brainchild of George Soros, who continues to fund professional agitators and incite ignorant people to violence. Unfortunately, Donald Trump and his team appear tone deaf — they are not seeing that their win, as accidental as it was, can easily be over-turned by an open source insurgency with ample funding for clandestine and covert elements. They are not “getting” that the Electoral Reform Act — the Unity Act — combined with evidence-based governance that eliminates government waste, eliminates lobbyists, eliminates the hold of the 1% on the public treasury, and focuses obsessively on the peace and prosperity of the 99%, is the only way they can defeat the seriously-pissed off forces arrayed against them.
UPDATE 1: Greens have received an influx of cash aimed at challenging Donald Trump's victories in Wisconsin, Pennsylvania, and Michigan
Phi Beta Iota: Combined with the fury of the educational reactionaries over his Educational appointment, many of them now seeking to mobilize students against Trump in a “National Day of Action,” this could become a major matter, especially if it crests in time to impact on the Electoral College meeting on 19 December. Trump and his team continue to be oblivious to the ease with which a Unity Act — an Electoral Reform Act — and a diversity cabinet — would put all this to rest.