My fears of a Trump win will trigger what is happening now in Charlotte NC - but on a much bigger national scenario sort of like Iraq when Saddam fell.
We've had massive civil unrest much worse than what we have seen recently in the past.
Remember the Watts Riots of 1965, Harlem and Philadelphia in 1964, Hough (Cleveland) in 1965, Newark, Plainfield (NJ), Detroit, Minneapolis of 1967, Chicago, Washington DC, Baltimore, Glenville (Cleveland) in 1968, Stonewall (NYC) and Omaha in 1969.
In 1992 the six day long Rodney King riots in Los Angeles left 53 people dead, 2,000+ injured and over 11,000 in jail. Along with 4,000 Cal National Guard troops, the US Army 7th Infantry Division and the USMC 1st Marine Division were mobilized to help end the riots. Of the 53 deaths - 35 were from gunfire. 8 were shot by law enforcement and 2 by CA NG troops. The other 25 were killed by rioters.
On the main topic -
The governor of Texas now sees Texas as only leaning Republican or possibly a Toss-Up state. He has been talking publicly in recent days about the need to mobilize Republican voters to get to the polls. Several solid Republican congressional seats are now at risk - four rated as almost certainly changing to Democrat. Abbott has gone to the donors and county chairmen citing two recent polls - one by a Republican organization, one by a news organization. The Republican organization gives Donald a 2 point lead over Hillary in the Texas popular vote among likely voters. The news organization gives Hillary a 1 point lead over Donald among registered voters. Both polls have an error rating of +- 3 percent.