Trump took it as far as he could have. He made mistakes over the last 4 years, but he tried and he did well. Certainly far, far better than any of us could have done.
A restoration of the country cannot be reasonably placed on a single man. What good thing I did see out of this is the Texas lawsuit joined by so many other states. I'd like to think it is the start of a secessionist movement, with Texas leading the charge. It wouldn't be violent and wouldn't be over night either. But the mere discussion and legal energy behind it within the state would be an eye opener. The USA is too big, and I for one do not believe God ever blessed it, at least not to the point where preserving it as a single union was ever in the cards. Why should bible belt people be forced to have the same president as the left coast or New England socialists? That is the radical course I see.
But Trump did as much as he could have. Sometimes in wars, the good side loses. But Trump won't fade away. He still has access to his money and I expect him to fund a media empire to retake the market share from the leftists.
But the moral of the story: Life goes on. The country will go back to what it was 4 years ago, and we survived that, somehow. And now the Dems have full control of the fed gov. We'll see how they botch it up and if we're right, people will be clamoring for Trump's return in a couple years.
Trump will go third party or divide the republican party and go for the House which is renewed every two years.
Doing so, he will have immediate strength in Congress.
In two years he can control the House, either via republicans or third party. Trump OWNS RURAL WHITE CHRISTIAN AMERICA. In two years he will have enough House strength to deny a republican and or democrat HOUSE.
Turncoat republicans will have to decide with Trump or against Trump.
Years ago Ross Perot garnered nearly 20 million votes on his own, all alone.