We are all bound by our destiny. Sometimes it brings us to dark places. - Edgar Allan Poe, "The Cask Of Amontillado."
Sure, I have an active fantasy life. Everyone who knows me knows that! So today, I'm taking a page out of Edgar Allan Poe's "Cask Of Amontillado!"
Here goes: Lure the Orange Menace to Society down into the bowels of his Mar-a-Lago spy nest with the promise of newly discovered boxes of votes stolen from Georgia or Arizona that will prove the 2020 election was stolen from him, proof that will lead to his instant re-installment, just as the Pillow Guy said! I will tell him "They're right behind that wall being constructed in the darkness over there." Watch him as he squeezes into the tight space. Taunt him as he frantically tries to get to the non-existent votes. Tell him that squeezing into the space should be so easy for a man that's such a svelte 215 pounds. Help him do it. Then, as he frantically feels around in the dark, put the last bricks into place. Be sure to cue up and play the tapes of rat noises. Come back in a day or two and turn on the light so that visitors can come and peer through the window. Revenge is a thing best served.
Now, go read the original. Poe is so inspiring!