It's a common impulse of enlightened people in the face of bigotry -- recall this story from Egypt six years ago, when that country's Christian minority was suffering a wave of Islamist violence.
The efforts of Trumpism and its "alt-right" neo-Nazi fringe to ostracize and scapegoat specific minorities is, in a certain perverse way, succeeding -- they're unifying our broader society against themselves. It's an extension of the trend seen in recent years, when fundie-inspired laws supporting anti-gay discrimination in several states faced massive blowback from business, popular culture, and the public in general. Anti-gay bigotry, rather than isolating gays as in the past, was isolating the bigots. Now the same is happening with scapegoating of other groups.
The important question is how well the spirit of solidarity can be maintained for four years. After Trump is impeached and Pence takes over, it's likely to be gays and atheists that become the main targets, though Muslims will still be in the crosshairs as well. The majority has shown that it can thwart and reject the Republican Minority-Rule Regime. But we need to keep it up.
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