(TheLibertyRevolution.com)- If former President Donald Trump runs for office again in 2024, and if he wins, then we might expect his second term to be much more brutal in fighting against the swamp than last time.
During a Save America rally in Florence, South Carolina on Saturday, the former president said that every single executive branch employee should be fireable by the president of the United States. The idea, he said, is to ensure that the Deep State doesn’t continue to exert control over the United States.
“We will pass critical reforms making every executive branch employee fireable – fireable by the President of the United States,” he said.
Take a look:
BREAKING: Trump calls to make *every* executive branch employee fireable by the President of the United States
“The deep state must and will be brought to heel”pic.twitter.com/mX6hBIduLK
— Jack Posobiec 🇺🇸 (@JackPosobiec) March 13, 2022
Under current rules, the president cannot simply fire anybody he wants in the executive branch. The power was once available to the president and eventually led to the “spoils system” whereby every new president would replace the entire government with workers who supported their vision. The Pendleton Civil Service Reform Act of 1883, however, made it illegal for federal employees to be demoted or fired by the president for political purposes.
The idea was to ensure bipartisanship, but what it really led to was a fundamentally left-wing bias in the government that a Republican president simply can’t overcome.
Trump hinted at running for a second term during the speech, telling his supporters, “Now we may have to run again.”
He promised that he will win “like never before” and that the Republicans are going to take back both the Senate and the House in this year’s midterm elections.
“And we are going to take back America and in 2024 we are going to take back that beautiful, beautiful White House,” he said, before joking, “I wonder who will do that…”
If Trump wins again, his administration may get even tougher on the Deep State than last time…