It’s just not right.
In fact it’s wrong…and dangerous.
The federal government is using your tax money to fund radical, pro-socialist groups.
To change the outcome of the 2022 election and transform our culture and politics into a “socialist utopia.”
I just got off the air with Money Talk and the host was shocked. Here are a few key points from the interview:
- It is disturbing that people don’t recognize how their taxpayer money is being used to advance political ideology.
These are radical, left-wing, pro-socialist groups and organizations that are being funded by the federal government.
- You have a federal bureaucracy of ideological activists who are distributing taxpayers’ money and not being held accountable.
How did this happen?
- President Biden went back to the playbook that President Obama used to fill government positions with political activists and ideologically driven socialists.
There is an organization within the bureaucracy that hires and fires people – and Obama set this up within the federal bureaucracy.
There is an army of people turning the bureaucracy into a legislative body.
This includes transferring taxpayers’ money to political activist organizations.
For example, there are digital ads from regulatory agencies to millennials promoting Biden’s “Build Back Better” program and promotion of the infrastructure bill – these ads are being done by the Department of Transportation as political advocacy at taxpayers’ expense.
- Bureaucrats do whatever they want – and they see the next four years as the most important transformation of America in history.
- Much of the money being spent by the federal government is being spent on non-profit groups that are politicized groups.
For example, Community Health Centers is just one organization – They registered select people to vote and are an advocacy group for socialist government policies.
- These non-profit groups are trying to activate and mobilize people, and this is your taxpayer money at work right now
One example is in Virginia:
- The school board members in Virginia are puppets of the Teachers Union – these are left-wing ideologues who are very happy to have Critical Race Theory (CRT) and other biased political propaganda in schools.
Critical Race Theory and school masking were two of the biggest issues on the ballot in the recent Governor’s race in Virginia.
The election was an upset.
This was because parents that were never involved in politics before stood up and demanded change.
These parents transformed the election into a victory for a Republican candidate that should have lost.
The new Governor made an Executive Order on the first day he took office and he told the school districts that they could not indoctrinate and spread propaganda to the kids.
The Governor also said schools in Virginia could not force children to wear a mask.
School districts in a few Virginia counties disobeyed his Executive Order – now the Virginia Attorney General is having to file lawsuits against these counties.
This is an example of rebellion by the left against their ideological bureaucracy and government entities.
- This historic shift to politicizing the bureaucracy is a political nightmare – but this can be turned around and the starting point is the November election.
We have a bloated bureaucracy on the local, state and national level trying to protect itself from discovery…but truth is coming out.
Today’s government regulatory actions are killing people’s ability to make a living.
More and more bureaucratic regulations are an obstacle to economic and job growth and creating a strain on the economy.
The framers of the U.S. Constitution envisioned a smaller federal government that covered the essentials – such as a judicial system and national defense.
Transparency of the bureaucracy is the worst thing in the world.
But people need to start looking at what is really happening and stop the corruption.
We are all responsible for making a change and stopping this corruption that is happening in our government.
Click HERE to view the interview. It is 33-minutes long.
What do you think? Let me know at firstname.lastname@example.org.