It's clear to me that Trump's already-public actions surrounding the 2020 election and transition of power meet (or exceed) legal definitions of "sedition". We can certainly expect more evidence to come to light, including witness testimonies.
I think the Jan. 6th House investigation committee will churn up enough noise to force Garland's DoJ to prosecute. I understand the concerns about "protecting the office of the presidency", but this is about, y'know, protecting our entire system of democracy.
When DoJ announces charges, that's when Trump will declare his intent to run for president in 2024, and, of course, leverage any prosecutions against him to fundraise. He'll also allege that you can't charge the most prominent front runner of one political party with a crime, that it's all a political witch hunt, he's done nothing wrong, etc., we've heard it all before.
Whether or not he's convicted, imprisoned, flees the country, whatever, he'll see what he can incite in 2022 and especially 2024. It may feel like the threat is over, and it's verrrrrrry tempting to avoid paying any more attention to Trump, but until the day he dies, he'll actively undermine any semblance of principles, progress, and justice.
wasoxygen, the double or nothing bet still stands. I believe I bet on Trump being in prison by July 4, 2022. What happens if he's indicted but out on bail? This could get interesting. We should hash out the details before too many more months.