I did search for existing questions regarding this subject. However, I think this situation is a little different. Let me first explain that I know next to nothing about wiring when it becomes a little complicated. I have a room with 4 outlets. 2 of them are switched (up/down). I would like to disable one of the switched outlets which I think is in the middle of the run and comes after the switched outlet I want to leave as is. The switch only controls those 2 outlets and is one of 3 switches in the box. Attached are pictures of the switch and outlet. Thank you in advance for your advice.
10/30/22 Let me expand on my initial post. First I'm attaching another picture of the switch to show the wiring again, one wire coming in and the red one going out. That everything looks white is because when a house is build here (USA) they spraypaint the sheetrock. No holes have been drilled in the box that I can see. The black wire goes to the red wire nut. Also to be more clear in what I'm trying to accomplish is I want that particular double outlet to be always hot.