As another member of this board pointed out, some months ago, when this 14th Amendment issue first came up, the Amnesty Act of 1872 narrowly defined who was subject to sanction under the act:
Be it enacted by the Senate and House of Representatives of the United States of America in Congress assembled (two-thirds of each house concurring therein), that all political disabilities imposed by the third section of the fourteenth article of amendments of the Constitution of the United States are hereby removed from all persons whomsoever, except Senators and Representatives of the thirty-sixth and thirty-seventh Congresses, officers in the judicial, military, and naval service of the United States, heads of departments, and foreign ministers of the United States
The POTUS, any POTUS, is not listed as being subject to provisions of the act.
But the Constitution overrules statutes, so you could argue that Congress, by itself, without going through the amendment process, does not have authority to redefine what the Constitution says.
Personally, as I posted some time ago, I have obtained, not only my own certified birth certificate, but certified certificates for both parents, to make it harder to revoke my citizenship and deport me, or abridge my rights. Presumably, I could obtain the naturalization records for my paternal grandparents, to prove they didn’t get here by swimming across the St Lawrence, in the dead of night and living under the radar, for the rest of their lives.
I have stopped writing checks to the charities I used to support, in an abundance of caution against any of them being tagged as “woke” or “America hating” or some such thing, and, by association, my citizenship being revoked/deported/imprisoned. Now, donations are camouflaged as cash payments for merchandise in charity run thrift stores.
I have stopped volunteering to work at a polling place, as doing that work requires declaring a party affiliation. I checked with the township clerk, and their records of my past performance of that job will probably drop out of their records by 2024, due to my not doing the job for several years, which would have kept the file alive.
I have retained the Bible inscribed to me by the Baptist lodge in Kalamazoo in 1958, as evidence of “right thought”.
As for investing…I was mostly cash through the previous administration. If I had stayed all in, my stack would be significantly larger now. How would the stock market respond to revocation of all the worker’s rights laws? A national “right to work” law that prohibited collective bargaining, being enacted? How would the market react to another huge tax cut for “JCs”? How would the market react to draconian cuts in social assistance programs, with the stated intent of forcing people to take more lousy jobs at lousy pay? How would the market react to the “Plan Steve” adjustments to Social Security and Medicare, with the stated intent of forcing able bodied geezers back into the job market? Once enough people are forced into the job market, how would the stock market react to repeal of minimum wage laws?