I'm fairly aware there's not a large constituency for my position, which is roughly:
• Donald Trump ran a racist campaign.
• People of color and minorities (and women!) are right to be alarmed and angered by his victory. They are justified in wondering why we're supposed to care about the feelings of the "white working class" while their concerns about living under racist regime are so easily disposed of.
• That the system that produced this victory placed inordinate value on the feelings of white people — and can reasonably be called "white supremacy."
• That it is nonetheless a bad idea, as a matter of democratic tactics, to write off ALL the Trump voters as irredeemables who cannot be persuaded to join our side. (I.E. It's an approach designed to help lose in 2020, as well.)
• That there are ways of attempting that persuasion without giving up a public and vocal commitment to justice, racial, sexual, and otherwise.
• That it's bad for society for both halves of the country to view the other half as the implacable enemy.
Manichaeism is emotionally satisfying, but it doesn't do much to solve problems.