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National Conservative Party

October 9, 2020

The election of 2018, which saw the election of more Democrats to the U.S. House of Representatives than were elected in 1964, was a clear rebuke of Donald Trump whose election in 2016 Newt Gingrich called a “hostile takeover.”

As President Trump reversed direction of the Party by rejecting the Internationalists who had controlled the GOP since the Roosevelt Administration. Due to Donald Trump’s personal limitations, the Trump Administration was an imperfect vehicle for development of a New Nationalism. Trump’s effort to “Make America Great” will be replaced by a Democrat Party hell bent on transforming society and politics on the model introduced by Progressives in the late 1890s.

That, I believe, will assure that great damage to our Constitutional system will occur similar to what occurred in 1964 when Lyndon Johnson took control of the White House and both branches of Congress.

Among other ambitious efforts, we should expect a move to abolish the Electoral College and “packing” of the U.S. Supreme Court.

Our system of limited government, as a result, will be transformed into a plebiscitary democracy and that will lead to realignment of our Two-Party system into a multi-Party system. In future elections we may see the growth of a Social Democrat Party and Libertarian Party and a founding of a new National Conservative Party.

At the state level in New York in 1962, a small group of “movement” conservatives founded the New York State Conservative Party. That Party quickly surpassed the Liberal Party in numbers of votes and elected Conservative Party candidates to the U.S. Senate, James Buckley and Al D’Amato and Gov. George Pataki.

During the years I lived in New York, I registered as a Republican, but voted the Conservative Party line in general elections and I look forward to doing that again in the next Presidential election.

The need for a national Conservative Party is proven. The only question unanswered is who will lead this new Party?

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