If you punched* Nazis and stole their memorabilia, I suppose you could keep them. Much less convinced than if you acquired them by other means, though.
So much of living in the US is watching people deeply invested in power-as-righteousness, and then watching those same people be deeply uncomfortable with any suggestion that there's no reason to treat power as if it endows either infallibility or immunity.
It's not conflict aversion when you're delegating consequences. It's cowardice.
A lot of it lives in the trachea, you know.
But not so much that you won’t need more muscle:
the diaphragm, a fist clenching at the bottom.
Inhale. So many of us are breathless,
you know, like me
— from Respiration by Jamaal May