This morning’s paper ad an op-ed suggesting some legal action against Trump as an alternative to impeachment. The photo accompanying the article showed the fence around the Capitol.
I wish no end of unpleasantness for Trump, but I doubt the likelihood of success of many actions related to insurrection (I support such efforts, tho.) In the past, people have mentioned keeping and clearly labeling “the Wall” as a memorial to Trump’s inexcusable policies. It struck me that other “things” might be named after him, in a way to make evident the negative effects of his presidency. I thought such designations might be more easily accomplished than direct litigation. (Of course, I fully support wide-ranging litigation against Trump and his family/enablers/holdings re: emoluments, tax fraud, harassment, and other charges - hoping his and his enablers’ remaining years are relatively impoverished and unpleasant.)
I think I heard that a permanent fence around the Cap is proposed. If so, I thought it might be appropriate to name it the “Trump-memorial fence” - accompanied with signage saying that before Trump, the need for such things was unthinkable.
What think you? Is this silly? Inappropriately vindictive? Any other “things” that could be named after the Cheetoh?