‘Resistance’ threatens Nov. 4 demonstrations to end Trump admin

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Anti-Trump activists are planning nationwide protests on Nov. 4.

America may experience a blizzard of snowflakes on Saturday, Nov. 4 when “members of the Resistance” – whatever that is – have announced they will “gather in the streets and public squares of cities and towns across this country” to force President Donald Trump from the White House.

Here’s how the upcoming event was explained in an Aug. 23 article in Politico:

“The planning is still in its early stages, but the organizers have an idea in mind. On Saturday, November 4—approximately a year after President Donald Trump’s election—members of the Resistance will descend on America’s major cities. They’ll march and demonstrate, as they have in the past, but this time, say organizers, they won’t go home at the end of the day. Instead, the plan is to occupy city centers and parks and not leave until, and only until, Trump and Vice President Mike Pence have fallen.”

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This could provide some interesting moments in the Evergreen State. It’s opening day of general elk hunting season in Western Washington, and the final weekend of elk hunting in Eastern Washington.

According to PJ Media, the Saturday event may just be “Round 1.” On Nov. 8, the actual one-year anniversary of the Trump surprise victory over presumed shoo-in Hillary Rodham Clinton, groups in Boston and Philadelphia are apparently going to launch “scream fests.” The report noted that these demonstrators will apparently “Scream helplessly at the sky.” Reportedly, 33,000 people have “expressed interest in attending” an event at the Boston Common.

A spokesman for a group calling itself “Refuse Fascism” has issued a lengthy statement about the upcoming Nov. 4 protest, in which he had this to say:

“Fascism is not the normal way that this country has been ruled. While more and more people are coming to see the qualitative change that the Trump/Pence Regime is bringing, we have a society-wide struggle to wage with people to recognize and come to grips with the reality that with the election of Trump there is a fascist qualitative change in the social, political, and cultural norms of how this society is governed and ruled. The abnormality of Trump consistently gets focused on his narcissistic psychology and/or his financial and other misdeeds, and what is not confronted is the radical tearing up of the norms of society and in its place new fascist norms being cemented into place.”

One year after Barack Obama won the election in 2008, conservatives didn’t turn out in big cities with crying towels. Millions were probably sitting in duck blinds or stalking through the big timber country looking for a deer or elk, millions more were working, and/or taking care of personal business.

It does not appear that either President Trump or Vice President Mike Pence are losing much sleep over this. Probably nobody else should, either.

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