The Deep State, AKA the Administrative State, AKA the Swamp, is comprised of two groups of people.
One group is unelected officials who operate within the government and cannot be fired. These officials survive changing administrations and make decisions that run the country.
The other group is elite billionaires who have alliances with government officials. These elites have an agenda to create a new world order.
The most feared portions of the Deep State are the intelligence agencies: the CIA and the FBI. In an interview in January 2017, Senator Chuck Schumer said, “You take on the intelligence community, they have six ways from Sunday at getting back at you.”
The Deep State Protects Biden
Senator Ron Johnson (R – WI) and Senator Chuck Grassley (R – IA) have laid out the foundation of the entaglements of the corrupt Biden family. They have also found grounds for impaeachmnent of Homeland Security Secretary Alejandro Mayorkas, Secretary of State Antony Blinken, and Attorney General Merrick Garland.
The investigation has been hindered because the Republicans do not control the Senate. The Republicans do have a slight majority in the House where the advancement of the investigation can continue.
Supreme Court Takes On The Deep State
Justice Clarence Thomas sent a warning shot across the bow of the administrative state with a recent opinion.
Justice Thomas said the SEC and the FTC both claim powers that go well beyond what the founders of the Constitution envisioned.
In a case known as Axon Enterprises Inc v. Federal Trade Commission, the justices unanimously ruled that plaintiffs can go directly to regular courts to challenge government agencies. The agencies had argued that any challenge must first go through their administrative process. Justice Thomas opined that the agencies had taken too much power and could not be both prosecutor and judge.
Late in his first term, Trump came up with a plan to drain the swamp. He signed an executive order which would allow unelected federal bureaucrats who have a “profound role” in shaping policy to be removed from office by elected officials.
Biden, during his first week in office, rescinded the executive order.
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