We need to stop thinking about the upcoming election in conventional terms.
We need to stop caring about how the debates will go, and what voters in swing states will do, and how awful Amy Barrett is.
Barrett's views are irrelevant. She's an illegitimate nominee participating in a corrupt process. The SCOTUS already has one illegitimate member in Neil Gorsuch; if this one is seated, the Supreme Court itself will be irreconcilably defiled and unworthy of regard.
And even *that* doesn't matter right now.
What does matter is what we'll do when there's no clear winner on Nov. 3, and Trump declares any result other than his victory to be invalid. When heavily armed militias take to the streets to support cops who will be suppressing mass protests. When the National Guard gets involved in major cities across the country and local governments break down.
If you think this scenario is implausible...well, I hope you're right.
In the meantime, we have a little more than a month to hope for the best and prepare for the worst.