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The Biden administration is crooked. And they were cheered into office by many institutional swamp rats.

For decades, unelected bureaucrats have run DC. They don’t care who is president or whatever. Once things get beyond the supposed representatives of the people, the behind-the-scenes minions take over. And despite low job rankings, they rank high when it comes to adding egregious line items to legislation. And the public gets stuck with the results.

While taxpaying citizens want to term-limit the bosses of these academia-created Leftist pukes, we really need to go after these worker bees. They are far more devious than the people we elect.

Donald Trump recognized this problem. He identified them early on, labeling them “swamp rats”. He campaigned on making it easier to get rid of these bureaucrats. Because up to now it has been almost impossible to fire a federal worker.

As with all things Biden, he wants the opposite of Trump.

According to Axios, Joe Biden wants to make it impossible to purge federal workers.

The Biden administration issued a new rule Thursday to protect federal workers from being fired at whim.

Why it matters: The new rule would make it harder for Former President Trump — or any other president — to reshape the federal workforce via mass firings, as the likely GOP presidential nominee has promised to do if he is elected to another term in the White House.

“This final rule honors our 2.2 million career civil servants, helping ensure that people are hired and fired based on merit and that they can carry out their duties based on their expertise and not political loyalty,” Kiran Ahuja, the director of the Office of Personnel Management, said in a press release.

The Big Picture:

The big picture: The new rule is widely perceived as a response to Trump’s attempt to reshape the federal workforce at the end of his term.

Weeks ahead of the 2020 election, Trump issued an executive order known as “Schedule F” that would have reclassified tens of thousands of federal workers into a new Schedule F employment category.
The move would have allowed Trump to replace scores of civil servant positions and career posts with hand-picked loyalists.
Biden rescinded the executive order after he took office.

Reality check: If Trump returns to the White House and wants to reverse the new rule, he would need to direct the Office of Personnel Management to draft new rules, which would include seeking public comment on any proposed changes.

This process could take months and open it up to legal challenges.

Flashback: Even before Trump officially announced his 2024 bid, he was floating the idea of resurrecting Schedule F.

“We will pass critical reforms making every executive branch employee fireable by the president of the United States,” he said at a March 2022 rally in South Carolina. “The deep state must and will be brought to heel.”

Consider the message Biden sends to federal employees. No matter how bad you are at your job, you can’t be fired. Even by the president of the United States.

Biden pretends that this is to help “preserve the democracy”. However, it’s really just cover for the people who helped Biden get and stay in office.

Biden said in a statement Thursday.

“This rule is a step toward combatting corruption and partisan interference to ensure civil servants are able to focus on the most important task at hand: delivering for the American people.”

Delivering? Sure. Delivering illegal actions to protect the status quo.

Consider all the people involved? The FBI, CIA, NSA, FISA courts, and many more. This is almost blanket immunity for all who participated in the coup against Trump in 2020.

I still maintain that Democrats have another option for immunity.

They jettison Crooked China Joe and allow Kamala Harris to ascend the throne. She will then pardon everyone, including the Biden family and hand the reigns over to her VP. Gavin Newsom.

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