Lately I'be been blogging about how nice it is to see Americans unifying in their opposition to the Trump regime.
Seems like there's been protests since Day One of Potato-Face's inauguration.
That's because there has been.
The most recent was a nationwide protest called "Day Without An Immigrant."
It was followed by a "General Strike" in over 100 cities nationwide. Chump's Florida campaign rally two weeks ago was met by protesters.
Thousands marched at a Muslim solidarity rally in New York.
On President's Day - protester's nationwide held "Not My President" rallies.
More protests are coming down the line. Count on it. But there's also a backlash to all of these protests.
It's called "Resistance fatigue."
It's trendiness can be credited to Google engine Yonatan Zunger, who surmised in a January Medium essay that tiring Americans out was the motivation behind Trump's nonstop battery of executive orders.
I'm not sure I totally agree with Zunger, but it's something I wouldn't put paste our pasty-faced illegitimate president.
As far as I can see there's not going to be an end to the protests until Chump is impeached. If he manages to stay for his full term I'll be really surprised.
One way or the other chaos will continue in our country until Dump is gone.
The question is how long will the resistance to his corrupt regime last before burn-out takes its toll?
Time for me to walk on down the road...