Soul wrote:I want to see State prosecutors / police waiting for Trump when he leaves the White House grounds. They should make it as big a spectacle as possible.
While I would certainly be able to find great enjoyment in watching photos of his perp walk, I sincerely doubt they do it like that.
The optics of such a move would be rough. America doesn't typically jail political opponents. Tying it directly to the inauguration makes an already-political decision even more politically charged. And with United States Secret Service agents trailing him at all times, he's not likely to be hard to find anytime soon. Besides, the inauguration is supposed to be about Biden's victory moreso than Trump's failure.
I imagine those sealed indictments which are likely already in place are unsealed a week or two after the inauguration (perhaps sooner if he gets on a plane to travel internationally), and he's given a chance to turn himself in. He'll probably refuse and issue a bunch of angry tweets about it, get banned, and then
we get to see a perp walk and possibly a few acts of domestic terrorism from his loony supporters.