The very mention of a ‘Deep State’ has been scoffed at and ridiculed by progressive politicians and by the media.
They deny there’s any plot to impose progressive ideology and progressive policies on all Americans … or that any and all available means are utilized to thwart and resist conservative values.
But you and I know better…
Here are 4 shocking and disturbing revelations about the Deep State that were recently brought out into the open by a controversial op-ed in The New York Times:
- The op-ed proves the Deep State exists.
There’s no longer any doubt…
The accusation that it’s merely the product of wild-eyed conspiracy theorists has been debunked and laid to rest.
The author of the anonymous The New York Times op-ed not only reveals that the Deep State exists and that it’s alive and well … he (or she) details how the Deep State is operating within the Trump administration to “protect the country” from the president who was constitutionally elected by the will of the voters in 2016.
- The op-ed reveals how high up in the executive branch of government the Deep State has penetrated.
The author of the op-ed claims to be a “senior official” in the Trump administration. He (or she) doesn’t claim specifically to be a “White House senior official” … so it’s not known in what area of the Trump administration the author works.
Some executive branch Deep State operatives – including White House staff members – are career bureaucrat holdovers from the Bush and the Obama administrations.
Some may also be President Trump appointees who at heart are “Never Trumper’s” … or who lied to obtain their positions.
Some also may be staffers who were hired by Trump appointees … or staffers who are career bureaucrats.
Deep State operatives won’t hesitate to lie about their political philosophy or their loyalty to President Trump in order to secure employment in the administration.
You may be wondering why President Trump doesn’t just fire all the holdovers and build his own administrative team…
He can only fire presidential appointees. He can’t fire career staffers because they are government employees – not appointees – and are protected by the American Federation of Government Employees (AFGE) labor union.
In Chapter 3 of my book, The Deep State: 15 Surprising Dangers You Should Know, I describe the operation and the reach of the Deep State within the regulatory agencies of the executive branch of the federal government.
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- The op-ed reveals that the Deep State – and The New York Times – are not interested in fostering a free and open debate about issues important to all Americans. They only care about pushing their own narrative and agenda.
The op-ed is full of unsupported innuendos and contradictory statements.
Why would The New York Times publish such a sharp attack of President Trump and his agenda anonymously? How does this tactic stimulate rational debate? How does it benefit the nation?
It shows total disregard for honesty and integrity in vetting sources publicly … and in journalistic reporting…
It performs a disservice to political debate. No one can debate with … or ask for supporting evidence from … an anonymous source.
The many false and contradictory statements in the op-ed destroy its credibility as an article to be taken seriously.
For example, the author claims the internal “resistance” wants the Trump administration to succeed, but Trump is described as a liability and a hindrance to all successes that have already taken place. “…successes have come despite – not because of – the president’s leadership style, which is impetuous, adversarial, petty and ineffective.”
The author also claims the work of the internal resistance movement “isn’t the work of the so-called deep state. It’s the work of the steady state.”
But the “steady state” IS the Deep State! It’s the unelected bureaucracy that wants to maintain the status quo, expand government power and subvert the will of the people by undermining the representatives elected by the people.
- The op-ed reveals that those within the Trump administration that are attempting to thwart his agenda should resign for the good of the country.
The author of the op-ed says, “the president continues to act in a manner that is detrimental to the health of our republic.”
These are strange words, considering the fact that the author – and all those in the Trump administration who are resisting his agenda – are not advocating a republic at all.
In a republic, the people hold the power of government, not “senior staff officials” or other unelected bureaucrats.
The people elect representatives who are duty-bound to govern on their behalf. If they do not do so, the people have the power to fire them in the next election.
The people elected Donald Trump as their president because of his promise to “Make America Great Again” by:
- Securing our borders and curtailing illegal immigration
- Renegotiating trade deals to our advantage, not to the advantage of our trading partners
- Reducing taxes and burdensome regulations on businesses and corporations
- Renegotiating the seriously flawed Iran Nuclear Deal
- “Draining the Swamp” of political corruption in Washington, DC
Americans did not hire so-called “senior officials.” We have no way to fire them for not supporting the agenda of the man who was elected specifically because of his campaign promises and his agenda for the country.
The op-ed author and The New York Times are the ones who are acting “in a manner that is detrimental to the health of our republic.”
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