President Trump Plans Quick Purge of Wray and Other NeverTrump Administration Officials if Reelected

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President Trump Plans Quick Purge of Wray and Other NeverTrump Administration Officials if Reelected

26 Oct 2020 ~~ By Streiff
This critical problem facing President Trump, should he be reelected, is how to structure his new administration so that he has people loyal to his agenda in critical positions.
As I’ve written before, the problem Trump faced upon his inauguration in 2017 was that he was taking control of a bureaucracy that was (and is) essentially a fiefdom of the Democrat party; a bureaucracy that loathed both Trump and his supporters; a bureaucracy that contributed millions of dollars to the Democrat party and openly cavorted with Democrat politicians. Let’s not forget that the éminence grise behind the Mueller investigation, the famously vicious and amoral and not-very-competent Andrew Weissmann, spent election night at Hillary Clinton’s “victory” party and that Deputy FBI Director Andrew McCabe openly flouted the Hatch Act by participating in his wife’s campaign for a Virginia state senate seat as a Democrat.
The problem facing Trump is not new. Reformers elected without the support of the existing power structure usually find themselves in a “home alone” situation. To staff an administration once they are victorious, they are forced to draw upon the services of the same people who opposed them tooth and nail and who have a vested interest in retaining the status quo.
With the Trump Administration, the problem was magnified. The Trump campaign did not include a lot of people who you’d want in government; he was inaugurated under a cloud of Russian collusion generated by a smear campaign sponsored by large swaths of the federal intelligence and law enforcement community, his first tranche of cabinet secretaries were mostly chosen for press appeal (Mattis, Tillerson). The loyalists were deeply inept (Sessions) or had character failings that made them easy pickings for a hostile bureaucracy trying to rid themselves of an outsider (Price).
Now, should he win a second term, President Trump has the ability to create an administration that is not actively trying to push him out of office. The first step in this will be to decide who of the current cabinet is signed for a new season and who is put on waivers. According to Jonathan Swan at Axios, a lot of those decisions have been made. Swan is pretty accurate and has the least developed case of TDS in the major media; the title alone makes the story worth reading Scoop: Trump’s post-election execution list.


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What Trump must do to restructure the DOJ, FBI and CIA is to step away from career officers and introduce directors that are not involved in Foggy Bottompolitics.
Yes that's a hard task to accomplice, but Radcliffe, Grenell have been successful. I'm sure there are others that can step into the roles of leadership and drain that swamp further.
Amongst other things, what President Trump very badly needs from the Joint Ciefs of Staff- which he isn't getting- is advice on how to apply it and the proper role of the Armed Forces in these troubled times. The insurrection act and total breakdown of civilization is serious business.
I suspect that if Biden were elected and to order Gen. Miley to use the military to confiscate private weapons all objections would suddenly disappear.
Many of the citizens of the country have not realized that Obama purged our military of our Officer Corps to be realigned with his ideology throughout his 8 year reign of "Fundamental Transformation of America" amongst the other Communist ideology changes.
 
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Didn’t he pick Wray? So Trump picked a guy. Best people for the jobs. And now wants to purge him.
 

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President Trump Plans Quick Purge of Wray and Other NeverTrump Administration Officials if Reelected

26 Oct 2020 ~~ By Streiff
This critical problem facing President Trump, should he be reelected, is how to structure his new administration so that he has people loyal to his agenda in critical positions.
As I’ve written before, the problem Trump faced upon his inauguration in 2017 was that he was taking control of a bureaucracy that was (and is) essentially a fiefdom of the Democrat party; a bureaucracy that loathed both Trump and his supporters; a bureaucracy that contributed millions of dollars to the Democrat party and openly cavorted with Democrat politicians. Let’s not forget that the éminence grise behind the Mueller investigation, the famously vicious and amoral and not-very-competent Andrew Weissmann, spent election night at Hillary Clinton’s “victory” party and that Deputy FBI Director Andrew McCabe openly flouted the Hatch Act by participating in his wife’s campaign for a Virginia state senate seat as a Democrat.
The problem facing Trump is not new. Reformers elected without the support of the existing power structure usually find themselves in a “home alone” situation. To staff an administration once they are victorious, they are forced to draw upon the services of the same people who opposed them tooth and nail and who have a vested interest in retaining the status quo.
With the Trump Administration, the problem was magnified. The Trump campaign did not include a lot of people who you’d want in government; he was inaugurated under a cloud of Russian collusion generated by a smear campaign sponsored by large swaths of the federal intelligence and law enforcement community, his first tranche of cabinet secretaries were mostly chosen for press appeal (Mattis, Tillerson). The loyalists were deeply inept (Sessions) or had character failings that made them easy pickings for a hostile bureaucracy trying to rid themselves of an outsider (Price).
Now, should he win a second term, President Trump has the ability to create an administration that is not actively trying to push him out of office. The first step in this will be to decide who of the current cabinet is signed for a new season and who is put on waivers. According to Jonathan Swan at Axios, a lot of those decisions have been made. Swan is pretty accurate and has the least developed case of TDS in the major media; the title alone makes the story worth reading Scoop: Trump’s post-election execution list.


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What Trump must do to restructure the DOJ, FBI and CIA is to step away from career officers and introduce directors that are not involved in Foggy Bottompolitics.
Yes that's a hard task to accomplice, but Radcliffe, Grenell have been successful. I'm sure there are others that can step into the roles of leadership and drain that swamp further.
Amongst other things, what President Trump very badly needs from the Joint Ciefs of Staff- which he isn't getting- is advice on how to apply it and the proper role of the Armed Forces in these troubled times. The insurrection act and total breakdown of civilization is serious business.
I suspect that if Biden were elected and to order Gen. Miley to use the military to confiscate private weapons all objections would suddenly disappear.
Many of the citizens of the country have not realized that Obama purged our military of our Officer Corps to be realigned with his ideology throughout his 8 year reign of "Fundamental Transformation of America" amongst the other Communist ideology changes.
All of the Officers Obama purged should be inserted into the FBI, CIA and NSA
 

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