On a normal day, this blog gets between 1500 and 3000 visits. As near as I can tell, something like 5000 or so people world-wide follow the blog. But only several dozen people comment with any regularity. That, I gather, is normal for the blogosphere. I would imagine that virtually all of my readers are anti-Trump, and that a majority, but by no means all, fall on the left side of the political spectrum.
I have been talking for several weeks now about the importance of winning House seats and state legislative and gubernatorial seats all across America. The contest that has been mentioned on this blog a number of times is the by-election in April for the 6th Georgia House seat, with Jon Ossoff as the Democratic candidate, but there are important elections this year in Virginia and New Jersey and a good many other places.
Here is my plea: Don't comment on the blog if that is your preference, but please, please, get involved locally if you happen to live in a state or district that has an election this year. Give money, volunteer, make calls, ring doorbells, talk to friends, go to Town Halls, participate in demonstrations. whatever you find comfortable and, as they say in the trade, ego-syntonic, but DO SOMETHING.