A few observations on the Supreme Court.
While the Supreme Court as it now stands will be packed, with one-too-many Republicans, after Trump finishes the process of having his newest little Republican girl in place, that does not prevent the next Administration (if Joe BIden is elected) from increasing the size of the Supreme Court, in order to allow for a re-balancing of Republican faction with a new (and, and perhaps, even a more mature) Democratic candidate or two, or three, on the Supreme Court.
Secondly, there is no guarantee that there will not be other members of the Supreme Court who may retire in the new Administration. Has anyone taking a look at the ages of the existing members of the Court? Perhaps some of them are already reaching the end of their career in the Court. They may prefer to retire before they die on the Bench!
There are always alternatives for dealing with a corrupt Republican President or a corrupt Speaker of the Senate, or a corrupt political party, so that inequities and unjust or illegal acts of a current administration can be redressed and counter-balanced. Our current Attorney General is overly committed to his current president. It may be worth a new president's while to consider replacing him with an attorney general who is more inclined to meet the needs of the American people and a new administration.
There are many roads to Rome, and many ways to clear them of the rabble of a corrupt Administration.