In short, by controlling Trump’s information flow with social media/networks, the generals smashed the insurgency’s OODA loop (observe, orient, decide, act). Deprived of this connection, Trump is now weathervaning to cater to the needs of the establishment (as seen with his new stance on DACA and the Wall).
The insurgency appears to be dead.
If this is true, what can we expect now?
Trump’s popularity will plunge into the 20’s as he mainstreams — large segments of the insurgency will walk away permanently and those who have opposed him will continue to oppose him (he won’t get any credit for mainstreaming). At support in the mid twenties, the stranglehold that the insurgency has on Republican Congressman will end (impeachment/removal?) and rallies will become impossible (too many angry people).
PS: Trump’s insurgency was composed of many different groups, with very different reasons for joining. This makes it impossible to claim that his election was based on the desires of any single group of participants. For example: Russian hackers were also minor contributors to this insurgency, and the because it was an open source insurgency, their contributions were welcomed.