Some may believe it will undo the presidency, and that doesn't undermine the main cause or what it will accomplish.
Well it does. I'm asking what it will accomplish and how it will be declared successful. I think it will be declared such, just because it happened. Participation trophies all-round and group hugs. But nothing actually changes.
Sometimes it's not about changing policy it's about protecting what we have.
That's still rather nebulous - what exactly is being taken away? It sounds a little like having an anti-war march just to say you don't like the general concept, even though there isn't one on the horizon.
One of my favorite sayings used by both sides of the aisle, is all evil takes to spread is for good people to stand by and do nothing. This man is a narcissistic demagogue. In world history these types start small and as far as I know always turn into dictators.
That's because it's a famous quote attributed to Kennedy / Edmund Burke:
The Only Thing Necessary for the Triumph of Evil is that Good Men Do Nothing
We have a republic that has been deteriorated over the years by both sides. Very similar to our environment. It is weaker now than it has been at any time other than the mid 19th century, and we know how that worked out.
And the left have contributed to that decline as much as anyone has. Clintons, Obama - all part of the same machine and should own the collective failure.
The people wanted change, they voted for Trump because he appeared to be a wrecking ball.
The left had the opportunity to take part in this but instead decided to serve up the cold corpse of Clinton as their answer to people wanting change.
Now people on that side regret their choice and have misplaced anger so marching gives them an outlet and is encouraged by the leaders who don't want the populace to wise up to their failures.