Our nation was built on a legacy of hate. So why are we so surprised that we elected a craven, defiantly ignorant fascistic administration to lord over us?
Yes, there actually is. Which is why we have to rally ourselves to pick up the phones and take to the streets.
Under Obama, people hoarded guns for fear he’d take them away. Since November 9, a new demographic is buying them—for protection against an administration that incites hate.
Trump's election has empowered his base to become more vocal and violent. Which means it also has the power to galvanize outraged anti-Trump white Americans to become fierce activists.
We may not be in power in the government. But that doesn't mean we're powerless.
With last week’s appointment announcements, Trump is following through on his platform of hate. And backtracking on his promise to help the middle- and working classes.
Anger is what got Trump elected. And rage is what is going to galvanize us to protect our rights.