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  • Recruiting starts for plan to shrink government, fire federal workers - August 30, 2023
  • FMA strongly opposes any efforts to decimate the federal workforce and will continue to push for legislation to disallow Schedule F, or any similar measure, that would recklessly fire or demote federal workers simply for doing their jobs and upholding their oath to support and defend the Constitution of the United States.

    Lisa Mascaro, The Associated Press, Federal Times

    With more than a year to go before the 2024 election, a constellation of conservative organizations is preparing for a possible second White House term for Donald Trump, recruiting thousands of Americans to come to Washington on a mission to dismantle the federal government and replace it with a vision closer to his own.

    Led by the long-established Heritage Foundation think tank and fueled by former Trump administration officials, the far-reaching effort is essentially a government-in-waiting for the former president’s second term — or any candidate who aligns with their ideals and can defeat President Joe Biden in 2024.

    With a nearly 1,000-page “Project 2025? handbook and an “army” of Americans, the idea is to have the civic infrastructure in place on Day One to commandeer, reshape and do away with what Republicans deride as the “deep state” bureaucracy, in part by firing as many as 50,000 federal workers.

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