Podcast November 6, 2023

The Republican Plans To Destroy America. In this show, we look at Agenda 47, the 2025 Project, and Trump’s own words to determine what to expect should Trump or another Republican win the presidency in 2024.

In a new Republican administration, the first order of business is to create a new category of “Schedule F” civil servants that can be fired and replaced by the president and his senior political staff. It would, in effect, allow the president to clear out more than 50,000 thousand government employees and replace them with MAGA loyalists. (The Conservative Partnership led by The Heritage Foundation has already identified thousands of such willing foot soldiers.)

One of the goals of such a move is to weaponize the Department of Justice and the FBI to exact revenge on MAGA political enemies, including Biden, Merrick Garland, Jack Smith, Michael Cohen, John Kelly, Bill Barr, Mark Milley, Ty Cobb, and all the prosecutors behind the 91 criminal indictments against Donald J. Trump.

Almost immediately following the inauguration, the president would invoke the Insurrection Act in order to authorize the deployment of the U.S. military to control and punish any public demonstrations.

The plans also call for drastically shrinking or eliminating numerous federal agencies, such as the Environmental Protection Agency. the Department of Energy’s renewable energy office, the Department of Education, the Department of Justice, and the FBI.

Of course, another priority would be to again cut taxes on corporations and the very wealthy.

And that’s just for starters.

In essence, under current plans, a new Republican administration would, in Trump’s words, call for “the termination of all rules, regulations, and articles, even those found in the Constitution.”

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