Military Coup Considered If Trump Re-elected

( – A new report from NBC News provided a glimpse into the plans that Democrats have in store for former President Trump if he wins the 2024 presidential election. The report said that Pentagon insiders were fearful that Trump would politicize the military to carry out his agenda. The article’s four authors accused Trump of devaluing the Constitution’s checks and balances, which have held strong for over two centuries. The foursome also claimed that former officials were worried that a second term would enable him to exceed his authority because he would appoint people who would do whatever he told them to do.

Trump’s intent to quash the administrative state has the establishment in such fear that they are willing to plot a coup to stop him. The outlet defined the plotters as “a loose-knit network of public interest groups and lawmakers” who are making plans to thwart any effort by Trump to increase his power as president. The group plans to preemptively warn his appointees of the legal trouble they could find themselves in if they go along with his plans. Much like what happened in his first presidency, the group said it would coalesce to thwart his agenda from the very first day of his administration.

The Federalist CEO Sean Davis speculated that Democrats were showing their playbook with the group’s plans. He argued in a post on X, formerly Twitter, that the Democratic Party always accuses the other side of doing what they themselves are actually doing. He unashamedly proclaimed that the Democrats were the ones planning to use the military to “steal the 2024 election” to stay in power. Following the 2020 presidential election, Democrats admitted to fortifying the election through various methods to allegedly save United States democracy by preventing a second Trump term.

Trump has repeatedly said that he would rid Washington of the administrative state, which consists of unelected bureaucrats in the government’s federal agencies. These agencies are at times reined in by the United States Supreme Court for exceeding the powers given to them by Congress.

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