From Jason Stanley's How Fascism Works, his chapter on "Law and Order," which I'm also finding insightful. This quote isn't ideally constructed, sorry -- I had to piece it together from Google Books, and still had to add some text at the end.
...compassion, empathy, and the liberal values of
shared human dignity and equality."
Of course, Trump is all about "law and order," except when it comes to his friends, his children, and himself, all of whom get or will certainly get pardons, even preemptive pardons. They don't have to follow the law. Neither does Trump, calling for governors to call for special legislative sessions to vote for Trump electors to the Electoral College, regardless that Trump lost states by tens of thousands of votes. In Georgia, where Biden leads by 12,000 votes, the governor there doesn't have that legal option, so a special legislative session would be illegal. But a pack of Georgia Republican Senators don't care about that and have drafted a petition calling for one anyway, calling the situation an "emergency" when no evidence of fraud being presented after, I think, a recount and two signature audits. Trump doesn't care either, and repeatedly and obsessively now insists this must be done.
Sure, law and order. For us, not him. Another prime characteristic of fascists.