Bureaucracy bonanza? Warren’s plans would create a plethora of new federal offices.
2020 will be the turning point for the United States. It’s important as 1776. If the Democrats take control, it will be the end of the greatest country on earth.
Here’s my big idea: I want to cancel student loan debt and provide universal free college. And we can pay for it all with my Ultra-Millionaire Tax. https://t.co/yLI7PF4f5b
— Elizabeth Warren (@ewarren) June 21, 2019
Everywhere I go, I talk about how we need to make big, structural change to solve the deep, systemic problems we face as a country. Take the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau: We had a plan, we got organized, and we turned it into a reality. https://t.co/o4vkreuEDn
— Elizabeth Warren (@ewarren) May 23, 2019
We can provide affordable, high-quality child care to every child—& we can pay for it with my Ultra-Millionaire tax on the wealthiest 75,000 American families. I joined @TheView to talk about my plan for #UniversalChildCare & my new child care calculator: https://t.co/pZIAWkTiHO pic.twitter.com/s7qZJ3vvwj
— Elizabeth Warren (@ewarren) May 30, 2019
I’ll work to secure tenants’ rights nationwide. And I’ll also push to create a new Tenant Protection Bureau—modeled after the CFPB—to enforce tenants’ rights, take on bad actors, and make sure landlords keep affordable housing within reach for working families.
— Elizabeth Warren (@ewarren) November 18, 2019
Elizabeth Warren has a plan for that. And often, she’s got a new federal agency for that, too.
A Fox News analysis of the Democratic presidential candidate’s myriad and much-touted plans reveals that Warren’s ambitious agenda of policy prescriptions would not only prompt sweeping change in everything from health care to clean energy, but would come with the creation of at least 20 offices, bureaus, agencies, divisions or councils.
Some of these are entirely new; some would replace existing agencies, only on a bigger scale; and some would represent a relaunch of old agencies disbanded years ago. Taken together, what is proposed is a significant expansion in the size of the federal bureaucracy.
If elected president, Warren vows she’ll oversee the establishment of new offices that would be responsible for educating members of Congress on technology, investigating ethics violations, ensuring the U.S. is trading with green countries and much, much more. More
This is the standard MO of the Democrats: Increase the size of government and intrusion upon our daily lives. Do we need 20 new agencies? Or 100 less? I know where I’m leaning. How about you?
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