the worm has turned-

-RUSH-8/2017—45gH.,B71

“2.1 million … career employees, who form the backbone of the federal bureaucracy, have becom

the worm has turned–RUSH-8/2017—45gH.,B71

“2.1 million … career employees, who form the backbone of the federal bureaucracy, have become targets of the President’s campaign vow to ‘drain the swamp’ … [I]n offices where the White House envisions severe budget cuts [it] has set in motion buyouts, early-retirement offers, and possible layoffs…” — The Washington Post, 7/19/17

“The deconstruction of the State Department is well underway … As I walked through the halls … [f]urniture from now-closed offices crowded the hallways … [Trump Secretary of State Rex] Tillerson is not reorganizing, he’s downsizing.” — Politico, 6/30/17

“Could Trump Really Be Draining the Swamp? The Water Appears to Be Receding at Key Beltway Bureaucracies.” — headline, The Wall Street Journal, 6/30/17

For the umpteenth time, the drive-bys are hitting the President for his supposed laziness in filling federal job slots. Here’s The New York Times’s July 17 scolding: “The Top Jobs in Trump’s Administration Are Mostly Vacant: Who’s to Blame?” (Surprise, The Times blames Trump, for “running at a subglacial speed.”) That echoes multiple media scoldings over the last six months, including The Washington Post’s July 5 reprimand: “Trump Administration Sets One of the Slowest Paces for Staffing and Nominations in Recent History.” Virtually all the coverage excuses Democrat obstruction.

But here’s the thing. President Trump revealed something very important about this back on February 18, less than a month into his Presidency, on “Fox & Friends”: “When I see a story about, ‘Donald Trump didn’t fill hundreds and hundreds of jobs,’ it’s because in many cases, we don’t want to fill those jobs … because they’re unnecessary to have. We have so many people in government … it’s people over people over people. I say, ‘What do all these people do?’ You don’t need all those jobs.”

Thank goodness, the left doesn’t pay attention. Because the President was actually divulging a crucial and far-reaching component of his political strategy: reduce the size, scale, and reach of the federal government by using the time-tested methods of business — attrition, layoffs, buyouts.

And do not miss this, folks: Trump’s bureaucratic “downsizing” push is a businessman’s translation of the American Founding principal of limited government. Which is one of the most significant guarantors of personal freedom in history.

In this all-out Insiders’ war on the Outsider, President Trump is starting to gain significant ground.

It is a key reason why, I’m convinced, in this all-out Insiders’ war on the Outsider, President Trump is starting to gain significant ground. He’s one man — being attacked on all sides by the political establishment, the Deep State, the media, Silicon Valley, Hollywood, academia, and trillions of dollars in global moneyed interests — and yet, he has ’em surrounded. Because underneath everything you can see, all the plots and plot-twists, the Swamp’s real power is ebbing.

To which you can add this, from Politico, on 7/19/17: “The White House [announced] … its first official scorecard on the Administration’s progress in taking a wrecking ball to Barack Obama’s regulatory legacy — perhaps [his] greatest success so far … Trump’s agencies have withdrawn or postponed hundreds of regulatory actions that the Obama Administration had in the works.”

The President has used his narrow Congressional majorities to score 14 repeals of Obama regulations using the Congressional Review Act, as Don Surber reports, “which happened only once before, in 2001, when Bush was able to roll back one Clinton regulation. Furthermore, President Trump has signed 37 or so executive orders changing the direction of agencies.”

According to The Washington Examiner on 3/19/17, “[The Trump] Administration, on orders to kill two regulations for every new one, ripped up the playbook during its first six months, eliminating 16 old rules for every new one, according to top officials … [Trump] has ‘withdrawn or removed from active status’ 860 regulations so far.”

The vagina-hat left, obsessed with Trump’s tweets, Russia conspiracies, and impeachment, is oblivious to most of this. Trump’s vast changes to “the administrative state” remain under the radar. The very ground is shifting beneath their feet, and they are furiously tweeting each other about the 25th Amendment and “intent to collude” and the emoluments clause.

Meanwhile, as omb Director Mick Mulvaney told Politico, “Government is using muscles it hasn’t used in a really long time, exposing and removing redundant and unnecessary regulation.” Which is starting to unleash the inevitable explosive growth that comes when citizens and businesses can freely engage in commerce and innovation.

This is why, despite the aggressive scheming by the Washington political class to thwart Trump’s agenda, his successes are piling up:

  • The U.S. jobs market added 222,000 jobs to their payrolls. That was much higher than economists had expected.” — The Washington Post, “Job Growth Surged in June,” with unemployment at a 16-year low, 7/7/17
  • “Housing Starts, Permits Boom as Construction Ramps Up.” — U.S. News & World Report, 7/19/17
  • “Dow and s&p 500 Close at Records as Tech Stocks Surge.” — cnbc, 7/19/17
  • “Markets Notched 130 Record Closings Since Trump Defeated Clinton.” — The Daily Caller, on the $4 trillion in market gains since the Trump election, 7/19/17
  • “Since Trump entered office, illegal border crossings have crashed by almost 70 percent, ‘an historic low,’ arrests inside the country have jumped 40 percent, and [Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ice) ‘detainers’ on] illegal criminals in local jails [have] skyrocketed 80 percent … What this President has done is taken the handcuffs off of law enforcement officers who are charged with enforcing immigration laws.” — Thomas D. Homan, acting director of ice, in The Washington Examiner, 7/18/17

How is all this happening, when the Republican establishment is actively thwarting Trump policies from advancing? Because the Trump Administration is using its legitimate Constitutional executive powers to lift the boot of oppressive government off the necks of the American people and the American economy — while at the same time re-establishing the rule of law.

Imagine, on top of all that, the positive impact on the economy and the American people if the Republican-controlled Congress would simply do what they were elected to do. Imagine incentivizing free markets with tax cuts and the repeal of Obamacare. Imagine!

But even without that, folks, I’ve been telling you: the worm has turned. For weeks now I’ve had this creeping sense, a gut feeling, of a momentum shift. A change in the political winds. The Trump bump has not been reported on cnn. It’s been barely mentioned in The New York Times. Because, ladies and gentlemen, nothing, nothing ticks off progressives like real progress. They’re ignoring the awakening economy; they hate that it’s happening. The long, hot summer for the left just got hotter — because the American economy is heating up thanks to Trump, signaling their political decline.

Here’s the sad reality. For the Democrat Party to experience political growth, more people have to suffer. To succeed, Democrats need more people failing. They need people without jobs, without health care, without insurance. They need more people in pain, economic and otherwise. They need more people incapable of helping themselves, demanding that government rescue them. They need misery.

With an unshackled American economy being unleashed under Trump policies, Democrat prospects are fast disappearing. In fact, I think the worm is turning to such a degree that many young Millennials and others who believe in the American left will soon see through Democrat deception. I have hoped that would happen in the last 30 years, but it’s to the point now where the left is just flat-out disintegrating. Everything is fake. Everything is fraudulent. Everything is built on lies.

I hope I live to see the day when these young libs wake up to the realization that so much of what they’ve held dear in near-religious devotion is just total bs. And can celebrate with me when all of it, every aspect of liberalism, socialism, from feminism to “intersectionality” to global warming, is swept away in the dustbin of history.

SOURCE-RUSH, THOSE STATED IN THE ARTICLE

e targets of the President’s campaign vow to ‘drain the swamp’ … [I]n offices where the White House envisions severe budget cuts [it] has set in motion buyouts, early-retirement offers, and possible layoffs…” — The Washington Post, 7/19/17

“The deconstruction of the State Department is well underway … As I walked through the halls … [f]urniture from now-closed offices crowded the hallways … [Trump Secretary of State Rex] Tillerson is not reorganizing, he’s downsizing.” — Politico, 6/30/17

“Could Trump Really Be Draining the Swamp? The Water Appears to Be Receding at Key Beltway Bureaucracies.” — headline, The Wall Street Journal, 6/30/17

For the umpteenth time, the drive-bys are hitting the President for his supposed laziness in filling federal job slots. Here’s The New York Times’s July 17 scolding: “The Top Jobs in Trump’s Administration Are Mostly Vacant: Who’s to Blame?” (Surprise, The Times blames Trump, for “running at a subglacial speed.”) That echoes multiple media scoldings over the last six months, including The Washington Post’s July 5 reprimand: “Trump Administration Sets One of the Slowest Paces for Staffing and Nominations in Recent History.” Virtually all the coverage excuses Democrat obstruction.

But here’s the thing. President Trump revealed something very important about this back on February 18, less than a month into his Presidency, on “Fox & Friends”: “When I see a story about, ‘Donald Trump didn’t fill hundreds and hundreds of jobs,’ it’s because in many cases, we don’t want to fill those jobs … because they’re unnecessary to have. We have so many people in government … it’s people over people over people. I say, ‘What do all these people do?’ You don’t need all those jobs.”

Thank goodness, the left doesn’t pay attention. Because the President was actually divulging a crucial and far-reaching component of his political strategy: reduce the size, scale, and reach of the federal government by using the time-tested methods of business — attrition, layoffs, buyouts.

And do not miss this, folks: Trump’s bureaucratic “downsizing” push is a businessman’s translation of the American Founding principal of limited government. Which is one of the most significant guarantors of personal freedom in history.

In this all-out Insiders’ war on the Outsider, President Trump is starting to gain significant ground.

It is a key reason why, I’m convinced, in this all-out Insiders’ war on the Outsider, President Trump is starting to gain significant ground. He’s one man — being attacked on all sides by the political establishment, the Deep State, the media, Silicon Valley, Hollywood, academia, and trillions of dollars in global moneyed interests — and yet, he has ’em surrounded. Because underneath everything you can see, all the plots and plot-twists, the Swamp’s real power is ebbing.

To which you can add this, from Politico, on 7/19/17: “The White House [announced] … its first official scorecard on the Administration’s progress in taking a wrecking ball to Barack Obama’s regulatory legacy — perhaps [his] greatest success so far … Trump’s agencies have withdrawn or postponed hundreds of regulatory actions that the Obama Administration had in the works.”

The President has used his narrow Congressional majorities to score 14 repeals of Obama regulations using the Congressional Review Act, as Don Surber reports, “which happened only once before, in 2001, when Bush was able to roll back one Clinton regulation. Furthermore, President Trump has signed 37 or so executive orders changing the direction of agencies.”

According to The Washington Examiner on 3/19/17, “[The Trump] Administration, on orders to kill two regulations for every new one, ripped up the playbook during its first six months, eliminating 16 old rules for every new one, according to top officials … [Trump] has ‘withdrawn or removed from active status’ 860 regulations so far.”

The vagina-hat left, obsessed with Trump’s tweets, Russia conspiracies, and impeachment, is oblivious to most of this. Trump’s vast changes to “the administrative state” remain under the radar. The very ground is shifting beneath their feet, and they are furiously tweeting each other about the 25th Amendment and “intent to collude” and the emoluments clause.

Meanwhile, as omb Director Mick Mulvaney told Politico, “Government is using muscles it hasn’t used in a really long time, exposing and removing redundant and unnecessary regulation.” Which is starting to unleash the inevitable explosive growth that comes when citizens and businesses can freely engage in commerce and innovation.

This is why, despite the aggressive scheming by the Washington political class to thwart Trump’s agenda, his successes are piling up:

  • The U.S. jobs market added 222,000 jobs to their payrolls. That was much higher than economists had expected.” — The Washington Post, “Job Growth Surged in June,” with unemployment at a 16-year low, 7/7/17
  • “Housing Starts, Permits Boom as Construction Ramps Up.” — U.S. News & World Report, 7/19/17
  • “Dow and s&p 500 Close at Records as Tech Stocks Surge.” — cnbc, 7/19/17
  • “Markets Notched 130 Record Closings Since Trump Defeated Clinton.” — The Daily Caller, on the $4 trillion in market gains since the Trump election, 7/19/17
  • “Since Trump entered office, illegal border crossings have crashed by almost 70 percent, ‘an historic low,’ arrests inside the country have jumped 40 percent, and [Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ice) ‘detainers’ on] illegal criminals in local jails [have] skyrocketed 80 percent … What this President has done is taken the handcuffs off of law enforcement officers who are charged with enforcing immigration laws.” — Thomas D. Homan, acting director of ice, in The Washington Examiner, 7/18/17

How is all this happening, when the Republican establishment is actively thwarting Trump policies from advancing? Because the Trump Administration is using its legitimate Constitutional executive powers to lift the boot of oppressive government off the necks of the American people and the American economy — while at the same time re-establishing the rule of law.

Imagine, on top of all that, the positive impact on the economy and the American people if the Republican-controlled Congress would simply do what they were elected to do. Imagine incentivizing free markets with tax cuts and the repeal of Obamacare. Imagine!

But even without that, folks, I’ve been telling you: the worm has turned. For weeks now I’ve had this creeping sense, a gut feeling, of a momentum shift. A change in the political winds. The Trump bump has not been reported on cnn. It’s been barely mentioned in The New York Times. Because, ladies and gentlemen, nothing, nothing ticks off progressives like real progress. They’re ignoring the awakening economy; they hate that it’s happening. The long, hot summer for the left just got hotter — because the American economy is heating up thanks to Trump, signaling their political decline.

Here’s the sad reality. For the Democrat Party to experience political growth, more people have to suffer. To succeed, Democrats need more people failing. They need people without jobs, without health care, without insurance. They need more people in pain, economic and otherwise. They need more people incapable of helping themselves, demanding that government rescue them. They need misery.

With an unshackled American economy being unleashed under Trump policies, Democrat prospects are fast disappearing. In fact, I think the worm is turning to such a degree that many young Millennials and others who believe in the American left will soon see through Democrat deception. I have hoped that would happen in the last 30 years, but it’s to the point now where the left is just flat-out disintegrating. Everything is fake. Everything is fraudulent. Everything is built on lies.

I hope I live to see the day when these young libs wake up to the realization that so much of what they’ve held dear in near-religious devotion is just total bs. And can celebrate with me when all of it, every aspect of liberalism, socialism, from feminism to “intersectionality” to global warming, is swept away in the dustbin of history.

SOURCE-RUSH, THOSE STATED IN THE ARTICLE

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