It's sad to think that normal, ordinary, everyday Americans who respect what our Founding Fathers wrought, and want to "support and defend the Constitution of the United States against all enemies, foreign and domestic", and "bear true faith and allegiance to the same", may have to "duck and cover" to do that in this politically correct day and age. To be identified as "moderate" or "conservative" in many US cities and towns these days is to invite at least shunning, if not active retaliation. The progressive left appears bound and determined to demonize anyone and everyone who won't subscribe to their pathetic, overreaching, domineering credo. "Resistance is futile! You will be assimilated!" appears to be their war cry.
That being the case, a series of tweets from a democracy advocate in Hong Kong advises fellow activists on how to remain relatively anonymous and unidentified in their struggle against the Chinese Communist Party and its state organs. I'll put up three of them as examples. Click each image for a larger view.
There are a dozen or so tweets in all. If you prefer a single-page consolidation of all of them, without graphics or visual interruptions, Threadreader has it here.
Based on my own knowledge of "opsec", which was fairly extensive in its pre-Internet, pre-cell-phone day but is somewhat out-of-date now, Ms. Wong offers good advice. If you live in a part of the USA where being anything but progressive or left-wing will attract opprobrium, they're useful guidelines to follow.