Not to mention that the character is supposed to act as a character, not as the actor playing the character, or viewers waiting for what is going to happen. By that, I mean Super!June!
Let me explain: June is a handmaid who has seen horrible things happening all around her. The only plausible conclusion the character could have was that, by staying in Gilead after attempting to flee, AND "stealing" the baby, she would be on the wall, at best sent to the colonies, after a few body parts being removed. But nooooooo. The writers planned all this plot as a superhero movie where everyone, including the character, knows things will be just alright. So June can walk right back to the oppressors' hands, stare them in the eyes, continue to be defiant and keep saying "fuck" in her head.
The writers are really, really, really bad.