The left has been predictable until today. What happens next could be dangerous.

There are few things more dangerous to this nation that crazy liberals with nothing to lose. If the 2016 election has taught us anything, it’s that we can’t take anything for granted. Donald Trump won his final vote of the season today, which is why I waited until now to write this.

In the meantime, it’s time to examine the next potential moves by liberals following his “official” election victory. Their actions from November 10th until now have been predictable. The protests immediately following the election were the left’s instant emotional response. Then, they attacked Trump for not transitioning quickly enough, immediately followed by attacks on his vetting process and culminating with attacks on each individual pick. The Green Party distracted everyone for a while with their recounts while the puppet masters determined if there was a way to push the election to the House by coaxing electors. They didn’t believe the House would change the results, but they wanted the combination of discrediting Trump’s support while forcing GOP House members to go on the record supporting him.

While all of these things were happening, the blame game did its standard ebbing and flowing with fingers pointing to James Comey, fake news, rigged votes, Russia, the Constitution, Jill Stein, voter ID laws, Huma Abedin, and everyone other than Hillary Clinton or Democratic leadership. Heck, a few even started blaming President Obama for a little while before his minions silenced those particular cries. All of this was a lead up to the electoral college vote.

After today, we can look forward to the next major event they’re planning: protests at his inauguration. There’s a lot to coordinate in order to maximize press coverage of the negatives surrounding his first day in office. That will keep some of them busy. It’s the rest of the left that worries me the most.

Between now and inauguration day, they’re going to do everything they can to complicate the situation. They want things to be hard from the start for Trump. I’m not worried about his psyche nor his ego, both of which will be pummeled until January 20th. I’m worried about the damage the left will do to the country as a result of their obsession with destroying him. They’re wildcards now. Unlike the days leading up to the electoral college vote, they no longer have a discernible playbook. That’s troublesome.

As we’ve learned from the gun control wing, abortion activists, Black Lives Matter, the ACLU, and college snowflakes, most of the vocal leftists have an uncanny superpower. They can convince themselves of the righteousness of their cause by ignoring logic, reason, decency, and reality. This allows them to fight for something that makes no sense with just as much passion as if they were fighting for their own lives.

We can assume there will be two fronts that they attack for the next month: everyone in the inbound Trump administration and the agenda items they fear will be lost if they don’t act immediately. I won’t go into the first front of attack; picking out individuals in the administration to attack is self-explanatory. It’s the second front that scares me. We’ve seen some of it already with President Obama signing away the states’ ability to defund Planned Parenthood.

What else will they do in the last month before the Trumpocalypse? Will Obama act against Israel at the U.N.? Will they take advantage of the “fake news” buzz to attack the 1st Amendment? Are we going to continue to see an increase in ambushes that target police? Does Obama have something up his sleeve to take a final jab at his “biggest regret” of not doing more about guns? Will there be some sort of antagonism of Russia to provoke them to act against us?

This list could go on and on, and that’s the point. We’re in the unpredictable final month for a desperate group of people who feel cornered. Their champion is leaving his post and his replacement is deplorable to them. At this point, there’s no way of knowing what they’re going to do.

Now is not the time to let down our guard. Those who supported Trump need to get humble and diligent really quickly. Conservatives who didn’t support him need to be watching both parties to see what lunacy is going to be tossed into the ring next. From now until the inauguration, there are many terrible things that we need to watch for before they can manifest into something truly damaging. Unfortunately, it’s only going to get harder after inauguration day, but at that point at least we’ll have an idea of what to expect. Until then, we’re mostly in the dark.