Yes, we need a nationwide default movement for the removal of Donald Trump. However, your misguided and poorly conceived group must not be it.
“The nightmare” of Donald Trump is an existential one, a national calamity. As long as he remains in office, we will be in a constitutional crisis.
“The nightmare” of Mike Pence is a nightmare for the left. That is a much different sort of crisis.
Donald Trump, because he is unfit to be President, does not have a constitutional right to his office.
Mike Pence – no matter how hateful his policies are to the majority of Americans – is as fit for office as you or I. He was elected Vice-President and has a constitutional right to that office – and to the Presidency, if Trump is removed. (It’s a drag, but that’s the way it is.)
Your cry of “fascism” is weak, hysterical, a cliché.
Donald Trump is not a fascist. He’d probably like to be a demagogue, if the word were in his vocabulary.
Mike Pence is not a fascist – he’s not an authoritarian nationalist. Pence is an ultra-conservative politician who, if he had his way, would take the country back to the 1950’s.
There are fascist tendencies in the extremes of both parties. The danger to the country from fascism comes from politicians of either party pandering to those extremes.
Donald Trump must be removed from office. A Pence Presidency is the sacrifice we on the left must endure for our country’s sake. Hopefully, with Democratic gains in the 2018 elections, that sacrifice could be somewhat tempered.
An effective nationwide anti-Trump movement must be a movement for impeachment of the President. Donald Trump is the only viable target, not “The Trump/Pence Regime.”
The most sure and streamlined route to solving the Trump problem would be application of Article 25, Section 4. That would require a concerted effort by moderate Republicans, and pressure on Pence and on the cabinet by influential oligarchs and Republican donors.