U.S. - The Resistance movement, formed to oppose President Trump, has stepped up its efforts against the right's "rapidly encroaching tyranny." They have vowed to do whatever they can to stop Trump, other than showing even basic respect to the tens of millions of Americans who voted for him.
"This is unlike any other time in history," said Adrienne Stokes, an activist and self-proclaimed member of the Resistance. "We have to be willing to do anything we can to bring down Trump and stop the rise of the alt-right. Spend every day protesting. Mob his cronies. Go to jail if we have to. Absolutely anything… as long as it doesn't involve acknowledging the cares and concerns of people who don't share our politics."
"We will go the distance, up to the moment we're asked to have a civil conversation - that would be a bridge too far."
This is a sentiment widely shared by all the loudest opposition to Trump - antifa, Democrats, journalists - who see Trump as a challenge to this country unlike anything it has ever faced. To them, that means every strategy must be considered to stop the rising tide of fascism short of treating their political opponents as fellow human beings and not the cartoon villains they have dreamed up in their heads.
"Absolutely everything is on the table to stop the evil of Trump," said antifa member Tommy Barker. "Get in people's faces. Destroy property. Punch people we think are Nazis. Love has to win - unless that involves giving up my hatred for approximately half the people in this country. I'd rather Trump be dictator for life than ever do that."