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Saturday, May 25, 2024
Gov & Politics

The Dangers of Project 2025

From the Project 2025 website: “The next conservative President will enter office on January 20, 2025, with a simple choice: greatness or failure.  It will be a daunting test, but no more so than every other generation of Americans has faced and passed.  The Conservative Promise represents the best effort of the conservative movement in 2023—and the next conservative President’s last opportunity to save our republic.”

Meet the members of The Heritage Foundation responsible for Project 2025 (since this is my website I can be honest and say that I pictured a bunch of old White guys):

Paul Dans, Director of the 2025 Project, Heritage Foundation
Paul Dans, Director of Project 2025, Heritage Foundation
Spencer Chretien
Spencer Chretien, Associate Director of Project 2025, Heritage Foundation
Troup Hemenway, Associate Director of Project 2025, Heritage Foundation
Troup Hemenway, Associate Director of Project 2025, Heritage Foundation

It’s important to me that this information is out there for everyone on the Left so we can all anticipate what’s coming and prepare to fight it. Part of the reason behind this site was to create a community for Progressives with user groups and private messaging capabilities to help us organize more efficiently. My vision was that activists would create groups to promote and organize events, protests and marches that other members could learn about and participate in locally. Along with local events, Progressives should work on organizing in a national way with letter-writing, phone banking, voter registration drives and events in Washington D.C. I get so excited and optimistic thinking about us “standing united” in the same way these terrible Conservative groups do. We might not have the backing of billionaires but we have people—lots of people.

Thats why I want to spread the threat of Project 2025, not just inside the movement, where most people are already aware of it, but to have all of us share it on social media and with friends where it can reach people that might not pay close attention to politics. At least not in the way us obsessive nuts do. 😁

I’ve seen an article or 2 written about Project 2025, and heard some talk about it on cable news weeks ago, but then it stopped. In my opinion, this is too important to stop talking about!

What is Project 2025?

Conservative groups like the Heritage Foundation got together to draw up en entire plan in preparation for the next time a Republican President takes office. The fact that 2025 is in the name worries me. Are they that certain Trump is going to win the election? Why? Billionaires and groups like the Heritage Foundation backing him? Russia maybe? I’m just throwing out ideas as to why they might seem so certain that this plan is going to be put into play on January 20, 2025. Kinda freaked myself out there with that realization. Whew. Okay, lets move on.

This isn’t just a loose plan of some policy ideas they have. It’s an actual book with an entire section of names of Conservatives that will be staffing the government. Every. Single. Department. They will be gutting the federal government so they can restaff every agency and department so they are sure that nothing, and no one, will stand in the way of their plans. Don’t forget, an executive of the Heritage Foundation was included in the meeting between Trump and Victor Orban at Mar-a-Lago. I’m betting they wanted more information on how Orban was able to destroy democracy in Hungary and remain in power.

Take a look at the Table of Contents which includes sections for each area of government. They all look like this:

1. White House Office: Rick Dearborn

2. Executive Office of the President of the United States: Russ Vought

3. Central Personnel Agencies: Managing the Bureaucracy: Donald Devine, Dennis Dean Kirk, Paul Dans

Section 2 is titled: The Common Defense and it lists personnel for the Department of Defense, Department of Homeland Security, Department of State, Intelligence Community, Agency of International Development, and Media & Communications.

Each section is linked to that part of the “book” as well as each department or agency. You can see the entire table of contents here.

There’s a page on the website called the “Presidential Personnel Database” where it reads:

Want to be considered for positions in a presidential Administration? Submit your resume today to be included in the personnel database.

It appears, and I’ve heard it said, that they are looking for Trump loyalists that will do whatever Trump wants without question. That is not good!

Freaked out yet? Or maybe it’s just me?

Either way, I feel it’s important for the American public to know exactly who will be in charge and what their exact plans are before November 5th, so share this (or the project 2025 website) far and wide and be sure to read the other sections on the site about policies they plan to implement (but don’t read it in the dark or right before bed). Maybe I’ll do another post soon that focuses on the policy chapter.

Project 2025 book cover
Project 2025 book, available for purchase on the website.
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