A piece in GQ Magazine calls on readers to make Thanksgiving Day "hell" for any relatives who support President Donald Trump.
"It’s time to ruin your Trump-supporting family’s Thanksgiving—for America!" Joe Berkowitz wrote.
"If you’re headed home to a household that still thinks a sex-offending game show host in rapid cognitive decline was the best choice for a president, it is your civic duty to filibuster Thanksgiving," he argued.
He offered several suggestions for how to ruin Thanksgiving dinner, including not showing up, showing up and being a jerk and going "scorched earth."
Berkowitz wrote that this isn't just about spite, but potentially "chipping away" at Trump's base.
"If your family is unmoved after a ruined Thanksgiving, though, that’s fine too. After all, next year’s Thanksgiving falls just after the 2018 midterms, and if your true believer parents still feel the way they do now, you might ruin their holiday in another way," he concluded.
According to a new NPR/PBS NewsHour/Marist poll, 58 percent of people are dreading having to talk politics around the dinner table. Just 31 percent said they were eager to discuss the latest news with family and friends, while 11 percent are unsure.
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