They turned people away at the “I Can’t Believe Trump Won” Meeting (a nightmare from which you can’t awaken). It was a rolling offering of protest meetings and rallies, and I thought of my own response. We live in the digital age. And, while an irritated Trump unburdens himself on Twitter, why not collectively confront him on Twitter? The most urgent needs of the governed are the priorities for political action. No-cost, cradle-to-grave healthcare and education will someday be the law of this country.
Let Trump know that.
When he asks for a law that allows an increase in global warming, say “No.”
When he asks for a law that will send away the parents of U.S.-born children, say “No.”
For every one of his laws which calls for a vote contrary to reason, good sense, and science, say “No.”
The movement might be called…WE THE PEOPLE.
Within seconds of a Trump pronouncement, this country, the world, can comment, allowing We the People to speak.