Former President Donald Trump introduced a plan for “freedom cities” to bring back American “boldness…in a very big way” as he laid out his vision toward a “Quantum Leap in the American Standard of Living.”
Unlike President Joe Biden’s efforts to leech off of innovators in their quest for a cure for cancer that failed to set challenging benchmarks and instead appeared as a timetable of most likely outcomes, Trump presented a unique new contest that fully embraced American exceptionalism and the ideal to “Make America Great Again.”
In a video for his Agenda 47 series previewing what second Trump White House would entail, the once and potential future president said Friday, “Past generations of Americans pursued big dreams and daring projects that once seemed absolutely impossible. They pushed across an unsettled continent and built new cities in the wild frontier. They transformed American life with the interstate highway system, magnificent it was, and they launched a vast network of satellites into orbit all around the Earth. But today, our country has lost its boldness.”
“Under my leadership,” he promised, “we will get it back in a very big way.”
It was then that Trump presented key components of a plan to revitalize the nation that included “freedom cities,” flying cars, an end to ugly buildings and a kickstart to a brand new baby boom.
Chartering new cities was the main focus of the plan as the leader pulled from his experience in the public and private sector to propose a vision even grander than what Walt Disney had set out do with the “Experimental Prototype Community of Tomorrow” better known as Epcot.
“We should hold a contest to charter up to 10 new cities and award them to the best proposals for development,” Trump contended as he suggested opening up a fraction of a percent of federal land, of which roughly a third of the continental United States is comprised, to revolutionize urban life.
“These freedom cities will reopen the frontier, reignite American imagination, and give hundreds of thousands of young people and other people, all hardworking families, a new shot at homeownership and in fact the American dream,” he continued before moving on to propose the nation lead the world in a new personal transportation age by developing affordable vertical takeoff and landing technology for family vehicles.
“Just as the United States led the automotive revolution of the last century,” Trump said, “I want to ensure that America, not China, leads this revolution in air mobility.”
Meanwhile, as globalists lament overpopulation and push for a society of renters, the president expressed his favor toward the growth potential of the United States that would seek to incentivize the development of young families, not only in owning their own home but in having more children with unspecified “baby bonuses.”
A final component set forth sought to get away from the sterile and often ugly designs in recent construction with a push for a “modernization and beautification campaign” that would not only be integral in the development of “freedom cities” but would also strive to reinvigorate parks and other public spaces.
As the president concluded, “I will dramatically increase living standards and build a future that brings our country together through excitement, opportunity and success.”
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