"Normally, when I get into a debate with a conservative friend and we are at an impasse, with no hope for resolution, I try to ease the tension with levity, and say, "Well, when the revolution comes, I will put in a good word for you and your family." To my friends in the Republican political and legal establishment who have not stood up to Trump: When the revolution comes, you are on your own, and I will be clamoring not for mercy but for a seat next to the guillotine, where I can do my knitting."Your little attempt at "levity" was more of a self centering bullseye. It reminds me of the scene in Henry V, when the Dauphin of France attempts to insult Henry V with tennis balls.
Instead sir, you should, in all humility, be reminded of this.