The usual array of anti-Trumpers -- the alt-left, antifa, Clintonites et al. -- are portraying the politicization of the funerals of Aretha Franklin and John McCain as a triumph for the "resistance" -- the sufferers from TRD who still can't get it into their heads that Donald J. Trump won the election of November 2016 ans is now the 45th president of the Excited States of America. That's the fact, ma'am, whether you voted for him or not, whether you agree with him or not, and whether you like it or not.
Walt doesn't read USA Today (the paper for those who move their lips while they read), and wasn't aware that they have a website, but one of our readers does, and passed along "Tiger Woods' comments about President Trump are surprising to no one" (28/8/18) in which the Tiger is quoted as follows: "He's the president of the United States and you have to respect the office. No matter who's in the office, you may like, dislike the personality or the politics, but we all must respect the office."
Indeed. The worrying thing is that those who think that it's not just acceptable but a "moral imperative" to oppose every single thing POTUS does, says or even thinks -- they claim to be able to read his mind -- are getting more strident by the day, encouraging all and sundry to "rise up" to protest and obstruct everything that the Trump administration does or tries to do. If the acts of protest include violence, they say, so be it. That's all the President's fault because, errr, because he's the president!
Don't listen to these idiots! Listen to Walt! Even in the irrational world of the social Democratic left, thought precedes behavior. If you do not accept the will of the people, as expressed in the election, and continue to behave as if Donald Trump lost and Hellery Clinton won, you are not only out of touch with objective reality, you are participating in the breakdown of the established American social order and are part of the countdown to the coming civil war.
Further reading (and viewing): "Speaking the truth at Aretha Franklin's funeral", WWW 1/9/18. Contains video: 2 minutes and 14 seconds of straight truth, voiced by Rev. Jasper Williams Jr.