[Ed. – Between choruses of ‘Kumbaya.’]
Coping strategies used by distressed liberals to deal with President Donald Trump’s November election victory are now being used to prepare activists to “resist” the Trump agenda.
Coddled college kids across the country tried group cry-ins, group hug-ins, coloring with crayons, and even finger-painting to deal with the outcome of the 2016 presidential election.
Now adult snowflake activists are using breathing exercises to prepare for anti-Trump protests.
During a MoveOn.Org “Ready to Resist: Emergency Call” this week — part of a weekly teleconference organized by the Working Families Party that brings together leftist activists to discuss “the resistance” — Mark-Anthony Johnson, health director for a group called Dignity and Power NOW, led those on the call in a number of breathing exercises.
“Right now I’m going to ask everyone who’s on this call to take a moment and just breathe with me,” Johnson began. “This is a simple technique that you can use as we’re in the tactics, as we’re in the strategy, as we’re in the back-to-back actions that we’re going to be in we can take a moment to breathe,” he said.