Trump: Not Too Sure About a Peaceful Transfer of Power

I have a confession to make.  Sure, I want Trump removed as soon as possible, so as to minimize the damage to our planet, to our social structures, and to the billions of people who are suffering as a result his presence.  But a teensy-weensy bit of me wants to see what happens when Trump is no longer president, and refuses to transfer power peacefully.

At that point, any member of the military or domestic law enforcement who executes an order from him will be guilty of a crime.  Any force exerted by such a rogue individual against an American citizen will be charged, at very least as assault and/or battery.  Any deaths that result will be charged as murder.

How many Trump supporters in uniform want to spend decades of their lives in prison?  We may just find out.