MUST-SEE: Senate Democrats Are So Worried About A Trump 2024 Win That They Just Did THIS…

(NRSC News) – During the 2016 campaign, then-candidate Donald Trump promised that if he made it to the White House he would “drain the swamp.”

This was a battle cry that resonated deeply with millions of Americans who have long recognized how overly powerful and massive the federal government has become.

Trump, however, was not prepared for the reality of the “swamp,” AKA the “Deep State,” when he arrived in Washington DC.

No one could have predicted the remarkable extent to which the entire federal government had been compromised and though he tried, the task was just too much for one term.

Fortunately, Trump laid the groundwork during his first term and should he get a second in 2024, “draining the swamp” will be at the top of his priority list and much more attainable.

Democrats know this and they’re freaking out.

Instead of working towards the best interests of the American people, Democrats are busy working to protect the establishment. It’s blatant and, quite honestly, disgusting.

After Trump made remarks about “firing the swamp” during a Turning Point USA Student Action Summit, Democrats have sprung into action to protect the bureaucracy.

The issue at the heart of the matter is “Schedule F,” an executive order signed by Trump late in his first term meant to shrink the massive size of the federal government by moving many jobs to “Schedule F” and removing them from their union-protected status and making them “at will” employees.

This would make scores of federal employees vulnerable to being fired for non-performance of a president’s policy. As it currently stands, there are 2 million federal employees and many of them have the ability to work against the current president according to their own politics rather than the will of the American people.

Naturally, Joe Biden immediately did away with Trump’s “Schedule F” Executive Order and now the Democrats are working to protect the federal employees that are part of the Deep State Trump was trying to abolish.

Though Trump has not made any official announcement for 2024, he’s already talking about his plans to finish the job he started.

“To drain the swamp, we need to fire the swamp. With schedule F, I took executive action to make it possible to fire federal employees who are bypassing our democracy to advance wokeism and corruption,” he stated in his remarks at the Turning Point USA student event.

“We now need Congress to institute historic reforms to permanently empower the president to root out the deep state, and ensure that any bureaucrat who is corrupt, incompetent, or unnecessary can be told, ‘You’re fired.’”

According to a Tuesday report by Axios, Trump’s remarks clearly have Senate Democrats worried.

They’ve been working on a new bill that would require the executive branch to get the permission of Congress before a civil service position can be reclassified.

The bill is sponsored by Democratic Sen. Tim Kaine of Virginia and co-sponsored by Democratic Sens. Ben Cardin and Chris Van Hollen of Maryland, Dianne Feinstein and Alex Padilla of California and Mark Warner of Virginia.

Democratic Rep. Gerry Connelly of Virginia and Republican Rep. Brian Fitzpatrick of Pennsylvania have introduced similar legislation in the House.

The bill passed the House in July, Connelly wrote in a July 26 piece published by The Washington Post.

“Congress must assert itself and ensure no future president can repeat what Trump has already tried to do once, and now is reportedly planning to do again,” Connelly wrote.

Right. Congress must protect the unchecked bureaucracy that is the Washington DC swamp which costs taxpayers millions of dollars to support each year who work against the will of those very same taxpayers.

Just look at how the Deep State treated President Trump.

He was opposed at every turn. Despite the good things he was doing for the US there was this shadow government within our government of entirely unelected employees who are accountable to no one who can undermine the current administration.

This is what Democrats are working to protect. This is what Trump tried to rid the US of. This is what Tim Connelly says Congress must ensure no future president can ever remove.

On July 31, the Orange County (California) Register published a piece by syndicated columnist Susan Shelley that pushed back against the notion that the plan spells dire tidings for the federal civil service, arguing instead that the proposal could be the “death knell for what has come to be known as the ‘Administrative State.’”

“How many Americans are even aware that U.S. policy is made by permanent civil servants who can’t be fired, not even if they’re enacting and enforcing policies that contradict the policies of the elected president?” wrote Shelley, who is also vice president of communications for the Howard Jarvis Taxpayers Association.

“Welcome to the Administrative State, which President Trump sometimes called the ‘Deep State.’ It’s the government within a government that does not answer to anybody,” she wrote.

Ridding the US of the Deep State should be every Americans’ desire. Fortunately, even if Trump doesn’t run again, it’s a popular goal among potential candidates.

Axios congressional reporter Alayna Treene wrote on Twitter, “Schedule F could be the blueprint for the next GOP president, even if it’s not Trump.”

“The Schedule F executive order would have removed civil service protections from an estimated 50,000 federal workers who have a role in shaping policy,” Shelley explained in her column.

“For context, there are more than 2 million federal employees, and a new president is empowered to replace only about 4,000 of them.

It’s safe to assume, given the speed with which President Biden rescinded the Schedule F executive order, that the policy-making civil servants generally agree with his policy views. Biden had no desire to replace them.”

Shelley further pushed back on claims that federal workers were there to ensure a president cannot change policy in radical ways.

“There’s nothing in the Constitution that empowers mid-level bureaucrats to exercise ‘checks on executive power.’ However, in the Administrative State, they do,” she wrote.

It’s time the Deep State was done away with even if Democrats in Congress don’t agree.

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