As election day draws closer, and with the triple crises — health, economic, and political — still awaiting resolution and no abatement in the popular demand for radical criminal justice reform and other anti-racist measures in sight, the clash between the country’s two main political blocs — the Democratic Party-democratic coalition bloc in one case and the right wing extremist, white nationalist, authoritarian bloc, led by Trump in the other case — can only reach a fever pitch. And whatever the outcome, this clash will continue after all the votes are counted and a winner declared. And in case it needs to be said, the winning side will be advantageously positioned to remake the state, economy, and social and democratic relations in accordance with its vision. In this light, the dangers are as frightening as the possibilities are palpable, exciting, and within reach.