No one knows the future, of course, but I can't help wondering if the marches, large as they were, were not rather the end of a movement, a fond farewell to an amalgam of obsolete leftist causes that either never had a reason to exist in the first place or have lost whatever reason they might once have had.We can hope that Mr. Klavan is right. Movements often go through severe contractions just before they die, thrashing about and creating havoc as they do through their final throes. Some movements never die, they simply become irrelevant, or they are so thorougly discredited that right-thinking person aligns with them.
I take some relief in looking at this map.
No, we can't assume that the Left is done, but we can assume that they lost the most recent discussion. They've been discredited. They are also angry, upset, and vocal. We're going to have to keep up the pressure, make the good argument, and bring them over to our side.
We should never forget that they won the popular vote. There are a whole lot of blue voters hidden under that red map. We've got to keep preaching freedom, small government, individual responsibility, all the things that Make America Great.