A Round Up of Resistance to Trump


Yeah, not a moderate by any stretch of the imagination, then.


That’s awesome!


Are you about to tell us he’s 28? I’m just preparing myself.


She would never have made it into office otherwise, of course, I do appreciate her in other ways given the context.


She’s more Democratic than someone like Manchin, and does an impressive job being… well I don’t want to say honest, but she is very good at sticking to her beliefs while playing the party’s game.


Anne Frank Center wants Trump's in-house avowed Nazi to resign


(since it got cut off in the box…)

Don’t worry everyone. After Trump’s exhausting week of cutting programs that help low-income Americans, he’s taking his 6th vacation.


I assume that we just paid for a Marine1 landing pad at Mar-a-lago.


BTW one other key reason 45 keeps going down to his banana slug ranch is that he has been trying for years to get to FAA to move noisy flight paths away from overtop of his club. Now they have to.

Keeping it quiet for all his foreign national guests. Wouldn’t want to get in the way of any eaves dropping now would we…




Beatrice Moore, BRAVO!


He has another Winter White House in Santa Cruz? :wink:


That’s awesome. Put em up everywhere!


Moore said it would remain up as long as Trump is president.

I’m thinking a fair number of Trumpsters will find ways to put a stop to it.


Here’s some resistance from pre-political days!

(tweeted by @spookperson, which I saw because Boing Boing retweeted it :smiley: )


Joe Pesci FTW!



I hope you like your punditry bitter.

West Virginia might have handed Trump a 40-point victory last November, but Sanders carried its Democratic primary handily over Hillary Clinton, taking every county in the state. He would have been hard-pressed not to, after Clinton’s widely reported quote that “we’re going to put a lot of coal miners and coal companies out of work.” Those words were ripped, rather unconscionably, out of a highly sympathetic statement about coal miners and her plan to put them back to work in “clean energy,” while Bernie himself is on record with such statements as, “To hell with the fossil fuel industry.”
But as they say, that’s so much blood under the bridge.


That is not an easy read, but what he is saying is entirely valid and symptomatic of what I dislike about Sanders’ policies and like about Sanders’ humanity. He is unrealistic in a pleasant way.


Oscar’s trash can is on city property, and Oscar refuses to move

Occupy Sesame Street!