“We are not out of the woods, by far,” Noam Chomsky says. After Trump exits, “Trumpism will not be so easily contained.”
President Trump is not the only one in his orbit stoking far right violence for political gain.
The size, scope and intensity of Wednesday’s actions bely only one message: This is far from over.
The poll found, however, that most Republicans don’t fault Trump for what happened, but blame Joe Biden instead.
The mob violence at the Capitol was reminiscent of the thugs that roamed the streets of Germany in the 1930s.
A project of twenty-first century fascism is on the ascent in the civil societies of many countries around the world.
A multiracial, multigendered, intergenerational and cross-class force from every part of the U.S. organized this win.
The election has unfolded relatively peacefully, but far right watchdogs do not believe we are out of the woods yet.
Trump has yet to concede, and may never, and it doesn’t matter a damn.