The evil and the good
But there is good as well, and we will need to rally its power to fight the evil, especially when Trumpanzees target the vulnerable, as they seem so inclined to do. This hidden-camera test of human reactions to bigotry in Farmers Branch, Texas, was done five years ago, but it remains an example of what people can and will do when challenged.
There's more, of course. Here's a current case of ordinary people rising to the occasion. 2,000 military veterans have signed up to act as "human shields" for Indian protesters at Standing Rock. Delta has permabanned the above-cited asshole and refunded the ticket prices to at least some passengers who were afflicted by his diatribe. And remember the private-sector boycotts in response to anti-gay laws in Indiana, North Carolina, and other places.
Our side has temporarily lost the Presidency. We still won the popular vote, we still have humanity on our side, and we will still win the war.