Spanish – If the left rises to power in the U.S., the radical wing seeks to impose socialist reforms by decree. That way, the president would not need the approval of the Republican majority in the Senate.
Historically, the Democratic Party has been social democratic, moderate. But it has become so radical that it has openly socialist legislators.
And behind them operate groups that seek to pressure Democratic presidential hopeful Joe Biden to impose a socialist agenda if he is confirmed.
While President Donald Trump’s legal team is legally disputing the election results for allegations of irregularities, the left in the U.S. is already planning how to bypass the Republican institutionality.
A cooperative Senate gives President-elect Biden more tools to work with, but in a new memo, we outline how Biden can accomplish most of 'Build Back Better' even without the Senate, and how it would be in line with how Presidents have acted in past criseshttps://t.co/YliSVUAMbG
— New Consensus (@newconsensus) November 18, 2020
New Consensus is the group linked to legislator Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez that sent Biden a seven-page manifesto on Wednesday, November 18, to turn him into the Franklin Delano Roosevelt of the 21st-century, mobilizing the enormous government machinery.
The New Consensus manifesto calls on Biden to turn to the Federal Reserve to provide billions of dollars in low-interest loans directly to businesses and projects. They noted that former Presidents George W. Bush and Barack Obama relied on the Fed to lend billions to banks during the 2008 financial recession.
The group said Biden should demand that the Fed return to its mission of developing the U.S. economy by “empowering” regional banks to invest in their local economies.
Radicals want Biden to impose socialist policies through executive orders
And they want Biden to do this through executive orders for socialist policies to supposedly revive the economy, including the Green New Deal if he gets to the White House in January.
The Green New Deal embodies what is commonly known as “Watermelon,” green on the outside and red on the inside. They are activists who claim to be environmentalists in theory but, in practice, are socialists. They are appealing to state control for the supposed protection of the planet.
According to the New York Post, the New Consensus was founded by Saika Chakrabarti, who served as Ocasio-Cortez’s controversial campaign manager for her initial bid for office and as her first congressional chief of staff. Chakrabarti left the AOC campaign amid claims that she circumvented the campaign’s fundraising rules.
— New York Post (@nypost) November 19, 2020
However, the links between New Consensus and AOC are deep. The group’s press spokesperson, Corbin Trent, was the AOC’s communications director for its congressional office and her first campaign.
They were co-conspirators of the Green New Deal to move the United States from carbon-spewing fossil fuels to a clean energy economy. In turn, AOC participated in Biden’s clean energy plan.
During the presidential debates, Biden said he would not ban fracking. However, on the campaign trail, he was caught on video saying yes to environmental groups and progressive youth, as did his running mate Kamala Harris.
The left claims to advocate for workers. Therefore, in the debates, the Democratic duo claimed to defend fracking, given the jobs it generates.
However, the growing socialist wave within the party is pushing the party to extreme positions.
Under the Donald Trump administration, the U.S. managed to have fuel autonomy. This allowed for the first time the reduction of the conflict in the Middle East, where oil has generated so many wars.
For the first time in decades, the U.S. did not start a war or invade any country. Instead, Trump enabled peace agreements between Israel, the United Arab Emirates, and Qɑtɑr.
In other words, the reforms would not only affect the country economically but even world peace.
The fact that the memo sent to Biden by this radical group says head-on in the title “without the Senate” shows how the left in the U.S. is turning from social democratic to socialist.
For it seeks to give the executive full powers and shows how it is willing to pass itself off as opposition.