In his campaign’s latest “Agenda 47” video, 45th President Donald Trump released a 10-point plan he says will dismantle and uproot the Deep State.
“This is how I will shatter the Deep State, and restore government that is controlled by the people,” Trump opened the video.
Trump specifically announced his intention to reform the FISA courts, root out corruption, and re-issue the 2020 executive order which, under his first administration, gave the president more authority to fire federal workers.
This, according to Trump, will enable him to restructure the federal government’s departments and agencies, terminate rogue bureaucrats, and clean out national security and intelligence.
“I will wield that power very aggressively,” Trump promised.
Trump also plans to launch a “Truth and Reconciliation Commission” to unravel and expose intelligence agency abuses and censorship, and potentially prosecute government leakers who work on disinformation campaigns with the mainstream media.
The president also aims to make all Inspector General’s Office’s independent from the departments they oversee, “so that they do not become protectors of the Deep State,” and create an “independent auditing system” that will monitor intelligence agencies to prevent illegal domestic surveillance.
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Similar to how he moved the Bureau of Land Management to Colorado during his first term, Trump said his second administration would continue moving the bureaucracy – up to 100,000 government positions – out of Washington, D.C.
The former president also seeks to prevent conflicts of interest and agency capture by banning federal workers from working for companies that they associate with or regulate, and oversee the passing of a constitutional amendment for Congressional term limits.
The latest “Agenda 47″ installment comes after Trump promised to dismantle the “globalist neocon establishment” before the Ukraine war escalates into “nuclear Armageddon” in his previous installment.
“We have never been closer to World War 3 then we are today under Joe Biden. A global conflict between nuclear armed powers would mean death and destruction on a scale unmatched in human history. It would be nuclear Armageddon,” said the former president.
“Nothing is more important than avoiding that nightmare. We will avoid it, but we need new leadership. Every day this proxy battle in Ukraine continues, we risk global war. We must be absolutely clear that our objective is to immediately have a total cessation of hostilities. All shooting has to stop,” President Trump said.
This news and commentary by Andrew White originally appeared on Valiant News.