It is my personal belief that at some point, the military will intervene in national politics and allow Donald Trump to resume his duties as POTUS. Some would call such action a military coup, but that will likely prove to be an incorrect description.
If evidence proves that China hacked the election and facilitated Biden's victory over Trump, it would be tantamount to an act of war. The removal of Biden by the military would not be a "military coup." It would be the removal of a hostile regime illegally installed by a foreign government.
If the military does intervene, it logically follows that they would assist President Trump in putting things back in order. One task would be the clean up institutional corruption, some of which is being investigated by John Durham.
I have no reason to question Durham's integrity. I do not doubt that he has made great progress in his investigation of government corruption. Devin Nunes and Kash Patel have both hinted that Durham's work may be wrapping up soon. I hope they are right. But if they are not, it doesn't matter to me.
My working hypothesis is that the justice system itself is corrupt. That includes the DOJ, FBI, and the courts. It's possible that Durham may have empaneled grand juries in red states, rather than in DC, where political figures would receive favorable treatment. It's possible that jury trials could be held in those states. But if my hypothesis is correct, and if the military will be responsible for addressing the problem of corruption, I would assume the prosecution, wherever appropriate, would be handled by the military under the UCMJ.
Some will point out that the military does not have jurisdiction over the prosecution of civilians, and that is true, but if martial law is declared, all prosecution falls under the jurisdiction of the military.
Martial law can be declared in a small region. Imagine for instance, how many politicians could be prosecuted under the UCMJ if martial law were declared (at least initially) only in Washington DC.
If Durham drops the hammer, that's great. But I'm not worried if he doesn't, because I believe a much bigger plan is in place to deal with institutional corruption.