Fascinating piece, and certainly overdo in terms of admitting something needs to be done (and to some extent, it has, according to the author). Being a Canadian, I’m still not clear on why the GOP allowed Trump’s presidency in the first place. Aren’t the Republicans masters at swaying (and possibly even buying) votes? Were they really caught off guard when Trump received so much voter support during the election—especially in the southern states? Surely, all the analytics would have given ample warning. Did Republicans really think, if elected, Trump could be kept in check—especially when he didn’t want the presidentcy in the first place? Tempering his crazy notions seems like an enviable pastime, but it’s like keeping Damian in a stroller. There will be havoc and blood. You don’t fuck with demon seed, and there’s more demon seed in The White House than any other time in history. Isn’t it time to do something more substantial? Couldn’t Americans at least go out and tear up one of his golf courses? Doesn’t action start at the most sensitive place? I’m sure that’s his golf courses. Either that or toilet paper his airplane. He’d hate that. Especially if he’s eating a Whopper. What a thing to see out your window at 20,000 feet.