I hear people exclaim what we need is a popular front against Trump and Trumpism. What I find striking here is that it suggests that such a front doesn’t yet exist. But it does, unless you have a bookish understanding of the term. And it is broad in character and scope. So the challenge isn’t to “build a popular front,” but to deepen and extend it further for the purpose of defending, first of all, the results of the election, but also addressing other sides of an unfolding crisis. But again, the immediate task on which everything else turns, is to assure that the election results are secured and that the Inauguration of a new president and vice president takes place on Jan 20.