That's according to one observer, who has this to say about the current state of play in US politics.
What explains the unusual vitriol?
I believe it stems from the inability of many Democrats to accept their defeat in November, or to understand that the people of mainland America — that heartland between California and New York — overwhelmingly rejected their elitist vision and collectivist values.
During the campaign, Donald Trump made a number of specific promises to the American people. Over the past 10 days, he has been fulfilling them one by one and the Democrats are tearing out their hair, because they know what this means for 2018.
Democrats are terrified that Trump will succeed. They are terrified that his border wall will stem the tide of illegal immigration and dramatically reduce the flow of illegal drugs into this country.
They are terrified that his temporary ban on refugee resettlement that empowers Customs and Border Patrol agents to devise a more rigorous vetting process will keep America safe.
They are terrified that he will defeat the Islamic State in Iraq and Syria and forge stronger ties with Arab nations such as Egypt, Jordan and Saudi Arabia who are on the front lines of that fight.
They are terrified that key European countries will turn to the right in this year’s elections, rejecting the new world order ruled by an unelected globalist elite.
They know that if Trump succeeds, as they fear, he will sweep the U.S. Senate and they will become a dwindling minority party representing the globalist, high-tech elite and an army of pajama boys based on the two coasts.
Democrats are going to war because their schemes have been exposed and they fear they are about to lose their jobs.
I hope everyone in the White House is wearing body armor by now, because this is going to get much worse.
There's more at the link. Highly recommended reading.
The truly worrying thing is that all the anti-Trump vitriol and diatribes are producing the inevitable response from less balanced individuals. Consider this recent headline: "Over 12,000 tweets are calling for Trump's assassination". Where do you think those making such tweets, or approving of them, or reposting them, got their ideas? Who's fueling their paranoia? I'll give you three guesses, and the first two don't count.
I don't think the Democratic Party has thought this through. If they agitate so much that someone takes a shot at President Trump, they're absolutely certain to be blamed for it - at least in part - by those who voted for Mr. Trump. There will be a reckoning for that. It's inevitable. It's human nature. What's more, we - America as a whole - will be very fortunate if that reckoning is only at the ballot box.