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We Lost our Country

October 22, 2020

In June of last year, American Academy of Distance Learning commenced a program of Webcasts on the theme “Loss of Country.”  Produced for dissemination via the Internet, this series was designed to explore the sense of many Americans that our country has changed perceptively. We no longer recognize it, and we are “losing our country.”

That sense of loss was experienced years before Donald Trump appeared as a candidate for President of the United States, but President Trump’s election and his many protests against “the Deep State” and “Fake News” are responses of outrage to loss of what our country once was.

Last week at a campaign rally in North Carolina President Trump stated that “I did not realize how deep is the ‘Deep State.’”

That explains the many errors of personnel selection of the Trump Administration and reveals Donald Trump’s total lack of knowledge of the tasks that his election forced upon him.

There were persons who tried to help the new President identify qualified personnel such as Dr. Frank Buckley at George Mason University. In an incisive essay titled “Why I Helped Trump kill the old Republican Party,” Buckley attacked the “New Class” for imposing its expertise on everyone else and, in effect, engaging in a takeover of our country.  Despite Buckley’s best efforts, his personnel recommendations were ignored.

When Donald Trump finally ran for President, he had no idea what he was getting into and, after the 2018 Congressional victories by Democrats that gave Democrats control of the U.S. House of Representatives, “the writing was on the wall.”

The “Deep State” was back!

The likely massive defeat of Republicans in the 2020 Presidential election will bring attempts to secure the power of the New Class by abolishing the Electoral College, increasing the number of Justices on the Supreme Court and engage in other measures that will assure that “they” have won and “we” have lost our country.

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