Chilling Read: What the Left Has Planned for President Trump

When you read this dissertation on what the Left has planned to resist President Trump, you will be chilled to the bone. The anti-Trump rhetoric is rising to a shrill and destructive mood. As a witness to this, Meryl Steep used code speech at the Golden Globes Awards to invoke violence against Mr. Trump. 

As Written By James G. Wiles for American Thinker:

Hillary Clinton’s 2016 campaign against Donald Trump largely amounted to a reprise of the left’s attacks on Judges Robert Bork and Clarence Thomas in the 1980s. “Borking” — nice slang for Hillary’s “politics of personal destruction” (which she decried when it was employed against her husband in 1998) — succeeded against Judge Bork. It did not work against Justice Clarence Thomas. And it demonstrably didn’t work against president-elect Trump.

So what is the left going to try next, now that Borking Mr. Trump has failed?

“Massive resistance.” that’s what.

I laughed when Slate’s Michelle Goldberg used the term on NPR last week. Because the last time Democrats talked about “massive resistance,” it was Southern Democrats in the 1950s and 60s. They were proclaiming undying resistance to an end to Jim Crow and forced desegregation.

You know — Little Rock. Selma. Montgomery. Governor George Wallace standing in the schoolhouse door

Those Democrats.

Well, that’s not we’re dealing with here. What I’m predicting is a return to the huge marches on Washington against the Vietnam War. To the 24-hour picketing of the White House. To teach-ins. Student strikes. Full-page ads and petitions. Leaks of classified information. An unceasing drumbeat of media and academic criticism. The Movement, as it came to be called, deployed a monthly “national mobilization,” with a big march in DC and coordinated smaller demos around the country.

These tactics were deployed in the ’60s and ’70s, first against…..

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