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The Cabinet (Christmas is over edition)

Vice President: Ben Carson

Secretary of State:  Ric Grenell

Defense Secretary:  Vivek Ramaswamy

Treasury Secretary:  Ron Paul

USTR: Robert Lighthizer or Peter Navarro

Commerce Secretary:  Peter Navarro or Robert Lighthizer

EPA Administrator: Sarah Palin

FCC Commissioner:  Mike Benz

CIA Director: Robert Kennedy Jr

FBI Director: Matt Gaetz

DOJ Attorney General:  Ken Paxton

Office of the Director of National Intelligence:  Rand Paul

NSA Director: Thomas Massie 

Interior Secretary: Marjorie Taylor Greene

Something like that….

I’m on board with all but Vivek as Sec of Defense. Might be good, but I’d prefer Gen Flynn myself.

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    1. Nor do I. But on this one thing, I’m thinking he will be the bomb going off in the closet.

  1. For Presidential Spokesman, can we get either Bill Quick or Kim Du Toit? Someone who can break out the spittle-laced invective at need.

    1. Personally I think Trump should just do it himself. Other than that the suggestion that he have a Quick or Du Toit or someone similar works for me.

  2. No. Just no.
    SecState: Peter Navarro.
    AG: Rudy Guiliani.
    Veep: Whichever J6 defendant got sentenced to the longest term in federal prison, to date.
    Head of the FBI: Whichever J6 defendant has been imprisoned the longest.
    Head of the CIA: The guy who went in the tank right after that.
    Every other cabinet official: the next 20 J6 political prisoners.
    Clever folks will detect a theme.

    They will not be given gavels and fountain pens.
    They will be given sledgehammers and broadaxes, and told they have 15 days to whittle their departments to 25% of current staffing.
    Including the entire O-7 and above ranks at the Pentagon.
    All the current batch will be riffed on the spot, and replaced from lt. cols and colonels, to 10% of current levels. Each service will get two 4-stars, no more than 5 three-stars, and anything else will be 1- and 2-star generals or less.
    We don’t need more generals and admirals than what we had at the height of WWII, when we have 12% that number of troops, and 1/4 that number of ships.

    Troops will all be moved into unisex tents, or ships afloat. There will be one physical standard: the 18-y.o. male PFT. Anyone who can’t perform to standard gets three tries to pass the test. If they fail, they get one month per accrued year of service to remedially get up to speed, up to a maximum of six months. Anyone who isn’t up to minimums in 6 months is separated from service NLT July 1, 2024.

    All federal law enforcement functions will be restricted to the Coast Guard, CBP, and the US Marshals only. The mint and nuclear facilities may have armed guards. Anybody else can contract with civilian companies for them.
    FBI, DHS, TSA, and the BATFE will be disbanded lock, stock, and barrel.
    All other departments except the Prison Bureau will can turn in their badges and guns, and revert to being clerks again.
    Congress shall meet one four-week month each quarter. They will spend the balance of their time in their home districts. Salaries will by halved, and staffs will be reduced by 80%. Congressweasels will be strongly urged to get a part-time job at home, commensurate with their employment abilities before they became legislators. And conflicts of interest will be grounds for impeachment and corruption trials.

    Anyone wishing to complete civil service for their pension will be transferred to Alaska from October to March to build forest trails, and then to Louisiana and the Gulf Coast to work on levee and breakwater construction from April to September. All job openings will be outside, and admin jobs will be conducted from non-climate-controlled tents, just like the dotMil.

    That will be a good start.
    Beginning in Week Two, 50% of CBP agents will be onj the borders and at ports of entry.
    The other 50% will begin compliance inspections. On Monday, they insepct every business starting with the letter “A”.
    1-5 illegal alien employees will be fined to the business officers at $100K@.
    For anything over 5 illegals, the business will be seized under RICO statutes, and the HR department and Board of Directors arrested and charged with immigration felonies and conspiracy.
    On Tuesday, they inspect every company starting with “B”.
    By Thursday, the line of vehicles departing the U.S. will stretch from the southern border as far north as Colorado and the Ohio River Valley.

    Then the indictments would begin for people within and outside of government who’ve been hiding and sliding since 2016.

    That would do for the first 10 days.

    1. SecState: Peter Navarro.
      AG: Rudy Guiliani.
      Veep: Whichever J6 defendant got sentenced to the longest term in federal prison, to date.
      Head of the FBI: Whichever J6 defendant has been imprisoned the longest.
      Head of the CIA: The guy who went in the tank right after that.
      Every other cabinet official: the next 20 J6 political prisoners.
      Clever folks will detect a theme.

      I’ve said it before, I’ll say it again: I like the way you think, Ase. Since we’re all just spitballing here anyway–Trump has no more chance of being PoTUS again than Barry’s picks, much as I do favor ’em, have of being nominated and/or confirmed–I like:

      1. • Superman as Veep
      2. • Perry Mason as AG
      3. • Nobody whatsoever at CIA and FBI (they’ll both be abolished)
      4. • Batman at the GREATLY downsized DoJ
      5. • Captain America as SecState (the real one, not the fake, ghey, wymrynz-libber one)

      What the hell, if you’re gonna dream, dream big.

    2. I like your list better than Sundance’s list…
      Of course neither have a chance in hell. The republicans would impeach, try, and convict Trump before they would allow such.

      Bonus points for filling positions with J6 political prisoners and defendants.

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