That’s what you get when the Pumpkin is your dictator.
It may be time to start thinking about how we can effectively push back against authoritarianism once the last of the checks and balances have fallen. https://t.co/WApTzKz8jZ
— G. Willow Wilson (@GWillowWilson) January 30, 2018
Click through for all the thoughts but here’s the headliner:
It’s a mistake to think a dictatorship feels intrinsically different on a day-to-day basis than a democracy does. I’ve lived in one dictatorship and visited several others–there are still movies and work and school and shopping and memes and holidays.
And just so you know where the “two parties” are coming from: there’s the fact that this is what Rethuglicans want. See this gem from last summer: half of Republicans say they would support postponing the 2020 election