Here’s the thing about protesting Congressional Republicans: yes, some will handle it well, and good for them when they do.
In North Harmony, N.Y., Representative Tom Reed confronted what felt like interminable jeers, navigating hostile questions about abortion rights, efforts to dismantle the Affordable Care Act and potential conflicts of interest for Mr. Trump. The crowd at a senior center was so large that the event was moved to the parking lot outside. Chants of “Do your job!” rang out.
“What I have heard is passion,” Mr. Reed said. “What I have heard is democracy.”
BUT…most are safe-zone-loving snowflakes who will cancel their town halls, ignore their phone calls, and hunker down in their bubble. And most will be scared, I don’t mean of violence, I mean just generally scared (some of you may lack lack the level of neurosis necessary to understand this), and mind fuck is a big part of politics.
Anger can be power. Some people are skilled enough to defuse it, but most people just back down or run away scared.