This. It's largely irrelevant who's in the White House because that's controlled anyway. It's necessary to build alternative systems outside of politics. Accelerationism is counterproductive because while people are carefully and stealthily building the means to subvert and defeat the ruling elite (which necessitates replacing it with our own elites), a random troublemaker is screaming as loudly as he can, "here we are, come get us!"
>Has successfully reduced net legal immigration by 40+% from one million in 2016 to around 550,000 in 2019
As admirable as that is it is Trump actually responsible for that? It's entirely possible external circumstances were what led to that reduction so you have to point to particular policies.
>Has successfully constructed many new miles of border wall, and around 200 miles would be built in 2021
I don't hear much about The Wall these days so is there a solid source regarding how much of it has been built?
>Antitrust action against Google and other large corporations is being explored
Belatedly and for all I know this is a nothing-burger to appease Trump's (former) supporters. Also, as much as I hate Google it's entirely possible stronger governmental regulation of internet content may come to pass.