It occurs to me that we might be wise to take Bill Moyers' article a little more seriously. Granted, the person he chose as the mouthpiece is un-credible, but the concept seems more than valuable to me. Hillary may have been the obvious headliner to get attention for an alternate 'inaugural' address - that doesn't mean she's the only one who could do so, and I doubt Bill Moyers does either. The man is a 'national treasure' (thank you for that observation) and he's not stupid.
Hillary is an obvious NO PASS as the mouthpiece, but the positions Mr. Moyers outlines are excellent, and a less toxic individual (perhaps Bernie? the most popular politician in the US today? that the MSM would have difficulty ignoring?) People on both sides of the aisle will soon be against what Trump represents. Gather enough respected individuals, from both sides, that would be willing to be part of a shadow government could just be the way to start a new political party, something sorely needed.
The concept of a shadow government, as outlined in this article, has immense potential. We should avoid throwing out the baby with the bath water.