>I wonder if they'll actually go through with it without giving him a trial.
If I'm reading the news correctly the judge already has. There's going to be a hearing for something unrelated but he's effectively ordered the judicial dissolution of Trump's assets. Trump will obviously appeal but it's a civil trial so things work a little differently. And yeah, Rossman came to mind when I saw the ruling.
>Would trump being locked up cause a civil war?
I don't think it would necessarily cause a civil war, but it would result in young men seeing the federal government as illegitimate. That's the kind of thing that takes several generations or genocide
to mend. It doesn't guarantee a civil war, but it certainly fast tracks you towards one.
>Are the neocons worse than the democrats?
Four years ago I would have said something like "Democrats are racing off a cliff with the doors unlocked, and Neocons are driving towards the same cliff at the speed limit and with child safety locks turned on." These days I don't know. I think the Neocons are currently worse because they suffer from spoiled brat syndrome where they will inevitably try and tear the whole thing down because making sure nobody gets the proverbial pie because they took a fat shit in it is better in their mind than letting people who disagree with them get slices of it. Neocons worry me because they are actively fighting a civil war against the Freedom Faction and are tying up resources on their frivolous bullshit. The Democrats are genetic dead-ends who are losing the school choice battle while simultaneously sterilizing their young. Math dictates the future will be conservative in the next 10-30 years. So while they shriek increasingly loudly and beat their fists against the concrete pillars of society, they've destroyed their own tools necessary to destroy the pillars in the name of "progress" and their hands are bloody/broken from the chaos they have sown; they will slowly die off or go out in a blaze.