We are writing a short book on how activists can fight against destructive governance...something like Saul Alinsky's Rules for Radicals.
But this book does recommend some specific illegal acts, such as tagging, hacking, or even sugaring gas tanks (of construction equipment building a border wall, for example).
Are we, therefore, guilty of a crime...by recommending illegal action as a method of protesting a presidency? Do precedents exist for this?
Obviously, our country's founding documents loosely endorse this in spirit...but that hardly makes it legal.
"When it the course of human events, any form of government becomes destructive...it is the right of the people to alter or abolish it."