In the wake of the election, many on the left have been celebrating the victory of President-elect Donald Trump, and are understandably eager to work with him to push for social and economic justice.
In the process, however, they have become the target of a growing backlash from the far right.
For the most part, this backlash has focused on a number of different issues, but in a number the right is at war with.
Trump has been attacked for his stance on immigration, for his controversial campaign rhetoric, for the appointment of anti-immigrant Supreme Court Justice Neil Gorsuch to the Supreme Court, and for his recent threats to shut down the federal government if Congress does not extend the debt ceiling.
These are all highly unpopular stances for the left, and the right’s attacks are often framed as attempts to shut them down and impose their views.
It is not surprising that many on both sides of the aisle are feeling emboldened by Trump’s win, given the success of his election campaign.
Many on the right are calling on the president-elect to continue to oppose immigration reform, and they have taken to attacking Democrats for trying to move the party in the right direction.
This includes many who were once aligned with the Democratic Party, like Senator John McCain, Senator Rand Paul, and Senator Bernie Sanders.
These Republican-aligned groups are now pushing a plan to try and shut down federal government.
In this plan, they want to make sure that Democrats don’t have the votes to pass immigration reform legislation, which they claim would threaten their economic and political interests.
This plan has garnered support from conservatives, but it has also drawn criticism from the left.
Some of the most prominent progressive voices on the internet are calling for a boycott of Trump’s businesses, such as the People’s Action for America (PAA) and the Progressive Change Campaign Committee (PCCC), while others are calling the plan to ban immigration reform the “Trump Plan.”
However, none of these groups have made any serious claims about what they think Trump’s immigration plan is.
What they do say is that they think the Trump plan will harm the economy and put people out of work.
The idea that immigration reform is an economic plan, for example, is simply not true.
Many economists and business analysts have warned that an increase in immigration will lead to higher unemployment, higher inflation, and less economic growth.
While many economists agree that the economic impact of immigration will be limited, many economists have also warned that a large influx of immigrants will increase competition for jobs and lead to a rise in poverty, especially for low-skilled workers.
The Trump Plan does have one key difference from the PAA plan, however: The PAA proposal would force the federal minimum wage to increase by $1.25 per hour, while the Trump Plan would require the federal unemployment rate to increase.
A recent study by the Center for Immigration Studies (CIS) found that the Trump proposals would increase the U.S. minimum wage by $7.8 billion over the next 10 years.
As the report notes, these increases are far from being offset by a decrease in unemployment, but they do come at a cost: “The $1,250 per hour increase in the minimum wage will likely exacerbate existing and future economic and job displacement, thereby further depleting the labor force, increasing the supply of labor, and increasing overall inequality.”
The CIS also argues that this plan will create an incentive for businesses to stay in the U, which will lead employers to pay less for labor and reduce demand for workers, which could have negative effects on the economy.
The PCCC and the CIS argue that the POTUS plan would create a “new normal,” where the federal economy will no longer be able to function.
This would put upward pressure on the minimum and working conditions for many people, leading to more unemployment and a higher cost for those on government assistance.
But economists and others have said that such a scenario is unlikely in the short term, and that the government should focus on the immediate problems facing the economy, which include an oversupply of goods and services, and an under-employment problem.
This means that, while some of the concerns about immigration are legitimate, many of the policies proposed by the Trump administration are not.
For example, the administration’s proposed tax cuts for corporations and the wealthy will not create enough revenue to pay for the programs the administration is proposing.
And, while it has not said much about immigration in general, the Trump transition team did release a statement that said that “it’s important to keep in mind that any plan to increase immigration would also have an impact on wages for American workers.”
But these policies are far removed from the policies that many conservatives on the far left are advocating.
The most popular policies on the Trump agenda are not policies that would benefit low-income Americans or people in other marginalized groups, but policies that will benefit the wealthy and corporations.
For these reasons, the left should take a step back and consider what the Trump presidency will mean for their