With just a couple hours left before the United States collectively is pushed off a cliff by the arcane Electoral College, I'm not going to make things all happy and go lucky. This is about to be a dark time. Are we all going to die? I'm don't know.
I am not trying to be flippant, I am giving analysis here, not just a practical reassuring answer. In January of 2001 I was not concerned about the country being drawn into a nuclear war or falling into a fascist authoritarian state during the next four years. I was pissed off at the way the 2000 election went, but I was not worried that the people taking control of the government had no understanding of how our Government and Military work. I did not worry that George W. Bush understood how the base concepts of honor, dignity, rule of law, and honesty work. Today I do worry about that, so I don't know if we are all going to die in horrible Trump created Apocalypse.
What those of us not part of Trump's new political army must do, especially those who on the surface won't be the target of revenge or oppression, must not be silent. We must let our voices be heard at EVERY LEVEL OF GOVERNMENT or we will end up in a real fascist state were people like Butler County Sheriff Richard Jones can gain and abuse power over our neighbors and friends and fellow human beings.
Keep your voices smart, honorable, but stand up and meet those who oppose American Democracy with more strength and passion that those out to force fascism, racism, sexism, and hate on you or others.