I see Trump was recorded on a call asking SecState of Georgia Brad Raffensperger to "find" enough Trump votes to overturn the Georgia election. That would be a felony in Georgia, so Raffensperger wisely refused. But it's also a felony in Georgia to ask an official to do that. Same penalty, even.

So if Georgia ever decides to follow the rule of law, Trump has another felony charge against him. There are actually quite a few people who have violated this law. It will be interesting to see if there is any effort to enforce it.

I suspect the Republican Party has self-destructed for a decade or two. Trumpists will win primaries, but lose elections for quite a few years until they come to their senses and realize Americans don't want fascism. I predict loss of future general elections for most of the Senators and Reps voting to overturn the election on Wednesday. They are just too short-sighted to see that.