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No Solace in Reviewing Failure of American Political Process's Current Inabilities to Protect Freedom

Reader comment on item: Trump's Need to Concede
in response to reader comment: You're January 7, 2020, update I did see.

Submitted by M Tovey (United States), Feb 22, 2022 at 20:38

From this observer's perspective, attempting in commiseration to find solace that recovery from two years worth of politcal worthlessness is nowhere near presenting any solutions that life in America can retrieve any sense of what is now apparently lost for the foreseable future and terms of any such recovery are still indescribable.
2022 is still not guaranteed to accomplish any transition to political or practical re-establishment of pursuits of freedom; for one very real practical reason: nobody agrees on how to to that. President Trump tried, but had limited help. That is all but gone now and retrieveing that is not what the progressive democratic agenda is about.
There is your January 6, 2022 memorandum of accomplishment as we are now in a state of attempting being kept out of the Eurasian theater of war.
Does anyone think President Trump could have handled this differently?


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