I don't disagree with a single word you said.
The reason this country has had a successful 230-year run with this constitution is that all political parties, voters, and officials, have bought into the constitution. Arguing over the constitution is meaningless, as long as the nation continued to support it. And it has.
Until this year. Since the Constitution of the United States is only as good as the nation's support behind it... It is now existentially in danger of being tossed into the trash heap. The current President has no respect for it whatsoever. Neither does the Republican Party. Neither do Trump's 74 million supporters. The elimination of the constitution means we are no longer a Democracy (potentially, if Trump were to actually overthrow the Constitution), but a Fascist Dictatorship... like Belarus, or Venezuela, or... what Trump really wants, is like North Korea or Russia, where he gets to take all the money, have all the power, execute/exterminate any opposition as he sees fit.
The enraging part of it is the 74 million brainless MF'ing Americans who are perfectly willing to vote for ****ting all over the Constitution and tossing it into the trash bin. Or their utter stupidity/ head-up-their-*** denial that voting for Trump leads to this existential threat. And almost as bad, is the utter faithlessness of the Republican Party, and 99% of its officials/ officeholders that are complicit in this destruction of our Democracy. As stated, they don't give a flying **** about our Democracy or Constitution anymore.
Aside from that, let me go back on one thing I said which is that I don't disagree with a single word of yours... Actually... I think even with a Republican controlled Senate a lot of election changes will get through legislation. I would prefer a 50/50 split with Harris the tie-breaker. But even without that... I think at least "some" Republican Senators will be on board and there will be some legislative fixes passed.
I can hope at least (being the eternal optimist that I am...) for that...
Pour me a Scotch too please.