Trump Denies Knowing Anything About the ‘Abysmal’ Project 2025 that He Definitely Knows About

The agenda that Donald Trump has contrived for his 2024 presidential campaign is rife with some of the most unpopular proposals ever compiled by a candidate. He is opposed to reproductive health access, gun safety reforms, tax fairness for corporations and the wealthy, LGBTQ+ equality, climate change mitigation, voting rights, and even the concept of democracy.

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Trump’s agenda embraces the most extreme right-wing policies on virtually every major issue of importance to the majority of American voters. And yet, his glassy-eyed cult disciples continue to cling to his every word. They are not even dissuaded by his 34 felony convictions, his multi-million dollar judgments for financial fraud and sexual abuse, or his affinity for foreign dictators. To them he is always the purest model of humanity and a perennial victim.

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On Friday morning Trump posted a comment to his floundering social media scam, Truth Social, that was a cringeworthy combination of flagrant dishonesty and cognitive confusion. It showcased his ability to lie and be incoherent at the same time. Trump wrote that…

“I know nothing about Project 2025. I have no idea who is behind it. I disagree with some of the things they’re saying and some of the things they’re saying are absolutely ridiculous and abysmal. Anything they do, I wish them luck, but I have nothing to do with them.”

For those who haven’t been paying attention, Project 2025 is an extremist Republican platform that adopts the MAGA policy agenda including advocating for an authoritarian White House that would control executive branch agencies including the Justice Department, eliminate Cabinet offices including Education and Environment, implement severe immigration initiatives, such as building internment camps and mass deportation, terminate civil service staffers and replace them with MAGA loyalists, push voter suppression measures, repeal healthcare legislation, deregulate corporations, impose media censorship, and more.

In other words, Project 2025 is a more detailed and articulate presentation of the broadly abhorred Trump agenda. So naturally, Trump is distancing himself from it. And just as naturally, his attempt to walk away is illustrative of his notorious inability to construct a logical thought.

Let’s begin with the fact that Trump is lying about not knowing about Project 2025 or who is behind it. Trump has a long association with the ultra-rightist Heritage Foundation that is the author of the plan. More directly, many of Trump’s closest associates, including former members of his Cabinet, are principal contributors to the project. For instance, Russell Vought, Stephan Moore, Peter Navarro, Ben Carson, and Ken Cucinelli.

Where Trump’s mental acuity is askew is in his insistence that “I disagree with some of the things they’re saying,” even though he also says that “I know nothing about Project 2025.” So what exactly is he disagreeing with?

What’s more, although he claims to know nothing about it, Trump still says that “some of the things they’re saying are absolutely ridiculous and abysmal.” How does he know that if he knows nothing about it? It is also evidence of derangement that he claims to find the project “abysmal” and yet “Anything they do, I wish them luck.” Because who doesn’t wish luck for projects that they vehemently do not support?

Trump may have been spooked by recent remarks by the Heritage Foundation’s president Kevin Roberts, who said that “we are in the process of the second American Revolution, which will remain bloodless if the left allows it to be.” Which is an overt threat that the left had better acquiesce to his demands or there will be bloodshed.

On the surface it seems reasonable for Trump to want to avoid any association with that violent sentiment. However, in reality it is just an expression of what Trump himself has already said. For instance…

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“I’m not sure that the public would stand for it. I think it would be tough for the public to take. You know, at a certain point there’s a breaking point.”

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“To anyone out there who is considering doing anything before I become president again, don’t even try it.”

If, at this point, you don’t believe that Trump means what he says, note that he has also said that if he does not get elected, “it’s going to be a bloodbath for the country. That will be the least of it.” On this subject it may be one of the few times that you can take Trump at his word.

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