GOP presidential candidate Ramaswamy unveils plans to shut down deep state

Political outsider and 2024 Republican presidential candidate Vivek Ramaswamy recently laid out his detailed plan to dismantle the federal government. He spoke in a New Hampshire Town Hall meeting.

Ramaswamy’s specific focus centers on shutting down the FBI and the Department of Education, as well as reorganizing the Nuclear Regulatory Commission (NRC).

Most Republicans favor reform. I favor revolution. Any politician who says they’re going to ‘fix’ the deep state is delusional. The only solution is to shut it down.  

This requires a President who knows exactly how to do it on strong legal and moral authority – that is why I’m running. The best way to end the weaponization of the administrative state is to end the administrative state. You can’t tame the Leviathan. You have to slay it.

Vivek Ramaswamy, 2024 Republican presidential candidate

See Vivek’s proposed restructuring plans below for the Federal Bureau of Investigations (FBI) and the Nuclear Regulatory Commission (NCR).

For more details regarding Ramaswamy’s shut-down plans, watch YouTube video below. 

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  1. It has to be more than just the FBI, you have to dismantle and decapitate the entire intelligence apparatus. The CIA is as deeply entrenched in Deep State shenanigans as the FBI.

  2. Kinda hard to take Ramaswamy seriously after that moronic rapping routine at the Iowa State Fair. A candidate can either try to connect with morons or with intelligent people, but trying to do both is, in Shakespeare’s words, like trying to be “Merry and tragical! tedious and brief! That is, hot ice and wondrous strange snow.” (Midsummer Night’s Dream)

    1. I’m not a fan of Rap, although Frank Zappa and Gil Scott Heron did combine music and speech while teaching the audience a few history lessons. In a post-literate society-Rap and TikTok may be the only way to reach a younger audience.

      1. Uh huh — but here’s the thing: We either are or are not in a “post-literate society.” Take your pick — we’re in a literate society or an illiterate society. We’re in one or the other, but we can’t be in both.

        Meanwhile, I was a big fan of Zappa back in the day (Uncle Meat is still one of my favorite albums) and saw Gil Scott Heron live at a nightclub here in Cleveland back in 1978. And you might almost say the same thing about them as I’m saying about Ramaswamy — that what they were doing had a VERY limited appeal (compared, for instance, with The Beatles, whom I also saw live) because what they were doing wasn’t targeted. That’s fine for the arts, but politics has to do with mass appeal, not effete tastes.

  3. The DOJ must be wrecked and the minimalist remnants moved under the Judicial Branch. Note to self as to fund out how the Executive Branch ever set the DOJ up. Major flaw, needs to be corrected.

  4. And there’s more. Vr is promising but green. It was never intended that The Pres be empowered as king through the agencies. But there is a large measure of that. It needs to be rolled back. His ideas are certainly not profound. There are two ways to roll it back; through office of the President, or through Congress. Tyrants can’t be relied upon, it is up to Congress.

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