The megabank JPMorgan told clients this week that “in the event of a [Joe] Biden victory, it is unclear what an antagonistic transfer of power would look like.” It’s a comment — hardly reassuring — that was likely provoked by President Trump again declining to commit to a peaceful transition of presidential power if he loses to the Democratic nominee in November.
Or maybe December. Well, we better hope it’s no later — December 14, to be specific. That’s when the Electoral College electors meet to cast their ballots for president and vice president. And plenty of the scary electoral scenarios now swirling about concern that process.