2 years, 1 chance 'to get things right'

2 years, 1 chance 'to get things right'

2 years, 1 chance 'to get things right'

A broad coalition of conservative organizations wants to ensure that a new president will be able to hit the ground running when taking office in 2025.

Paul Dans, chief of staff at the Office of Personnel Management during the Trump administration, says the actions of the radical Left have created a desperate need and a unique opportunity for conservatives to start undoing the damage the Biden administration has wrought upon the nation -- if they can elect a Republican president next year.

With that in mind, a group of more than 50 leading conservative organizations and top thinkers has organized the 2025 Presidential Transition Project to build a better country for all Americans beginning in 2025.

Dans, Paul (Heritage) Dans

"Our whole game plan here is to be ready day one, January 20th, 2025, for conservatives to take the reins of the federal government and start enacting the policy and the reforms, ripping up what the Biden administration's put in place, and kind of getting America back on track," explains Dans, who is serving as the project's director.

He acknowledges, though, that the enemy is a formidable one, saying, "We are against very powerful forces, dark forces to be sure."

"We are up against basically game over in 2024 for this country in terms of really getting us righted," Dans submits, adding that the 2025 Presidential Transition Project believes "we have two years and one chance to get things right."