Wow, Danni tell us how you really feel.
I'm hoping, but I'm not confident, that SCOTUS will decline to hear the case. The previous ruling for the judges who found in favor of Congress was careful and reasonable, whereas the Drumpf appointed acolyte's dissent was ridiculous. The subpeona was served on Dotard's accounting firm, so does not directly impact his ability to "govern" and more importantly it denied his ludicrous claim that he can't even be investigated while in office. If SCOTUS takes the case, it will be the beginning of the end for them, and Roberts understands that. He is thinking about his legacy and even if SCOTUS hears the case he will side with the four reasonable members and uphold the Congressional subpoena.