Forgive me for being less than terrified of a Trump presidency. Would he really be that much worse than what's going on today? Right now, heroic Americans like Bradley Manning and Jeffrey Sterling are doing hard time for alerting the American people to official misdeeds. Assange and Edward Snowden are in hiding for fear of sharing a similar fate. I'd find it refreshing if a President Trump intimidated a corrupt Senator Sleeze into voting to reduce military spending.
I'm currently slogging my way through a biography of Robert Oppenheimer. The book sheds copious crocodile tears for his fate during the McCarthy period even though many around him had a harder time, including his own brother, Frank, who was probably a better physicist but became a rancher because he couldn't get a job in a physics department. Hounding of those considered undesirable or a danger to the ruling class continues to this day. The fact that the FBI building is named for J Edgar Hoover, perhaps the most important player in the 1950's purge of leftists from US civic life, says it all.
But as long as you're a "real person" and not just an ordinary American, and provided you don't rock the gravy train making the ruling class richer and more powerful, you're okay. At least as long as a ruling class sanctioned candidate like Hillary Clinton becomes president.