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02-26-2020 06:19 PM
Lagnar
Another back-stabber gets the axe - more please

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President Trump’s firing of John Rood, the top policy official at the Pentagon, is a sign the agency is not immune from an effort to purge from influential positions across the administration “snakes” who do not support the president, according to four current and former officials.
https://www.breitbart.com/politics/2...rumpers-looms/

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The official called the Pentagon “the problem child,” in terms of agencies that have not supported the president.

There have been a number of Never Trumpers in senior positions at the Pentagon throughout the president’s tenure, including some who have already left, the official said.
02-26-2020 12:37 PM
hoplite59
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Originally Posted by hoplite59 View Post
That is the solution for the long term. Go to the apple tree to get fresh fruit instead of going to the barrel.


Seems POTUS is adopting that strategy by hiring a 23 year old Senior from GWU to head up White House Personnel. The Young Man worked for Ben Carson over at HUD.

https://www.newsmax.com/newsfront/wh.../26/id/955804/
02-14-2020 08:16 AM
Jim in Illinois
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Originally Posted by Harmless Drudge View Post
The problem with that theory is that "Someone needs to know where the copier paper is kept." That is to say, many of the upper-mid-level staffers may have been faithless, but only they knew the daily particulars of doing the job. Not everything they did was a political hack job, and some of them needed to be kept around to make sure the hamster was on the wheel until faithful replacements could be cultivated.
Better they learn the hard way where thing are kept then stabbed in the back by political hack jobs.
02-13-2020 07:10 PM
QuiltingB It's about dang bang time!!
02-12-2020 12:45 PM
ActionJackson
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Originally Posted by STEEPOE View Post
I'm sure along with the firings there will be many lawsuits involved.

That's what we call "frivolous lawsuits" in the real world.
02-12-2020 12:42 PM
ActionJackson
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Originally Posted by hoplite59 View Post
That is the solution for the long term. Go to the apple tree to get fresh fruit instead of going to the barrel.

I have to give credit to the DummyCrats. They do a GREAT job brainwashing (indoctrinating) young minds with false information. If Conservatives would spend half the time and energy presenting facts and truth ... the DummyCrats would fade into oblivion.
02-12-2020 12:35 PM
ajole
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Originally Posted by Spade View Post
I would have done it on day one of my presidency. This has been the root of all his problems. The swamp is infested with Democrats and they will resist anything the President wants to do.
Not to mention a few Rinos and GOP good old boys that we could do without.


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Originally Posted by hoplite59 View Post
You people still don't get it. He WAS NOT a career Politician with a "Loyal" base of political/Bureaucrat operatives. The Man is a career Business Man. There wasn't a pool of readily available talent. Plus what successful private sector person is going to leave the private sector to take a government job ?
Exactly correct.

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Originally Posted by Harmless Drudge View Post
The problem with that theory is that "Someone needs to know where the copier paper is kept." That is to say, many of the upper-mid-level staffers may have been faithless, but only they knew the daily particulars of doing the job. Not everything they did was a political hack job, and some of them needed to be kept around to make sure the hamster was on the wheel until faithful replacements could be cultivated.
That's true in some cases. In other cases, it would have been great to cut the positions and the office or the agency entirely. Of course, that may have required cooperation from the peanut gallery in Congress. The GOP has their own swamp critters to protect in the bureaucracy, so that cooperation would not have been forthcoming.
02-12-2020 12:03 PM
stroo I remember the criminal liberal media went nutz over the small handful of people he replaced when he took office. If he went full obozo in staff replacement the airwaves would still be in meltdown.
02-12-2020 10:33 AM
roseman Not being from the swamp, the President had no lists of political hangers-on who run (swim) rampant among the halls of power there so, unlike the presidents before him, immediately removing many holdovers was not an option for him. Instead, he took his time to qualify personnel and slowly but surely is moving those out who prove to be unfriendly to his administration.
No surprise IMHO.
02-12-2020 10:14 AM
AZ_HighCountry
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Originally Posted by STEEPOE View Post
I'm sure along with the firings there will be many lawsuits involved.
For what? Because you serve in a role at the pleasure of the President and he was no longer pleased?
02-12-2020 09:01 AM
STEEPOE I'm sure along with the firings there will be many lawsuits involved.
02-12-2020 01:57 AM
Harmless Drudge
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Originally Posted by harleyrider86 View Post
In big business, when one company buys out another, everyone in power is immediately replaced. I would have fired everyone on my first day in office and replaced them with my people who are loyal to me. It just seems that this would be standard operating procedure for any president.

Mark
The problem with that theory is that "Someone needs to know where the copier paper is kept." That is to say, many of the upper-mid-level staffers may have been faithless, but only they knew the daily particulars of doing the job. Not everything they did was a political hack job, and some of them needed to be kept around to make sure the hamster was on the wheel until faithful replacements could be cultivated.
02-11-2020 10:31 PM
AZ_HighCountry The President has changed his mind on another one:

https://www.foxnews.com/politics/tru...ury-nomination

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Trump pulls former US attorney Jessie Liu’s nomination for Treasury role

President Trump has withdrawn his nomination of Jessie Liu to serve as a top Treasury Department official, Fox News has learned.

The president’s move to withdraw Liu’s nomination comes just hours after four Justice Department lawyers quit following a move by senior leaders at the department to overrule the prosecutors' judgment by seeking a lesser sentence for long-time Trump ally Roger Stone after he was found guilty of lying to Congress.

Liu is a former U.S. Attorney for Washington, D.C., who before her nomination oversaw the prosecutions of Stone and former Trump national security adviser Michael Flynn over charges of false statements to the FBI.
02-11-2020 07:25 PM
TENNGRIZZ
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Originally Posted by harleyrider86 View Post
In big business, when one company buys out another, everyone in power is immediately replaced. I would have fired everyone on my first day in office and replaced them with my people who are loyal to me. It just seems that this would be standard operating procedure for any president.

Mark
When it comes to Treason one has to take out the entire nest , never let them fight run away and live to fight another day. Crush them along with all those who aided and abetted them. Remember the reaction by both the establishment R and D when we upset the apple cart in 2016. Anger and shock , the establishment PTB were in bed together the whole time. And we told them No , not only did they hate President Trump they hated us even more , " By any means necessary" when they say this what they really mean is we can't have the peasants telling us what to do. Make no mistake a whole lot of establishment R's where A OK with the IRS trying to crush the TEA Party. JMHO and S/FI!
02-11-2020 02:23 PM
hoplite59
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Originally Posted by ActionJackson View Post
Now we're talkin'!!!!! Music to the ears. Several hundred to go!!! Trump needs to replace those jobs with people from Project Veritas, Turning Point USA, Young Americans Foundation, Judicial Watch, and any number of other pro-American, pro-Constitution groups. He needs to get young, Conservative Americans to join forces and start truly turning the tide. There's only a small window of opportunity. Seize it now!!!
That is the solution for the long term. Go to the apple tree to get fresh fruit instead of going to the barrel.
02-11-2020 02:22 PM
hoplite59
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Originally Posted by saln View Post
These people "were" opportunities, not problems. He's just been following the turd trails to the rats...

Everything is going as planned.
Exactly. 90% of .gov workers are leftist. The right works in the private sector.
02-11-2020 02:21 PM
hoplite59
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Originally Posted by harleyrider86 View Post
In big business, when one company buys out another, everyone in power is immediately replaced. I would have fired everyone on my first day in office and replaced them with my people who are loyal to me. It just seems that this would be standard operating procedure for any president.

Mark
You people still don't get it. He WAS NOT a career Politician with a "Loyal" base of political/Bureaucrat operatives. The Man is a career Business Man. There wasn't a pool of readily available talent. Plus what successful private sector person is going to leave the private sector to take a government job ?
02-11-2020 02:17 PM
hoplite59
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Originally Posted by saln View Post
Small fish lead to bigger fish, its the food chain... Trump is a master predator, lying in wait. Trump & Co., that is.
Yep, he's like a monster Lake Muskie waiting in ambush for the right sized meal.
02-11-2020 01:36 PM
Iamfarticus Between Mueller and Pelosi & company... it is high time he did it. Like a company where you have trouble makers, best to get rid of them ASAP.
02-11-2020 12:58 PM
harleyrider86
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Originally Posted by Spade View Post
I would have done it on day one of my presidency. This has been the root of all his problems. The swamp is infested with Democrats and they will resist anything the President wants to do.
In big business, when one company buys out another, everyone in power is immediately replaced. I would have fired everyone on my first day in office and replaced them with my people who are loyal to me. It just seems that this would be standard operating procedure for any president.

Mark
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