Clay and Buck Avoid the Obvious: If you aren’t talking about election fraud, you aren’t serious about solving election problems in America

Of course, there was election fraud, massive amounts of it. And it makes sense if you understand the nature of those who want to be in power. The temptation is all too real for them. The foreign influence in our elections in America is a serious problem that nobody wants to discuss because they like the money, and it fits into their view of things. But I found it stunning to listen to Clay Travis and Buck Sexton try to talk about the election results of 2022 without talking about election fraud. They wanted to talk about everything, but what wasn’t the problem. Voter engagement, policy communication, ballot harvesting, and why Republicans need to get on board with the exact mechanisms, like get-out-the-vote campaigns at gun shows and country music concerts. But none of that will matter if Democrats, and specifically rival foreign powers, have control of our election system and can essentially put anybody they want into power despite who we vote for, just by cheating the margins in states where loose voting laws still allow for the Covid mail-in ballots days ahead of an election. And with such a mechanism with loose restrictions on who can vote and how many times they can, the essence of that election fraud problem is built into our elections these days. The media culture that protects it is this margin-beating assumption where the vote counters know the trends and can then know how to stuff the ballots to tip their pick over the top. That clearly happened in Arizona with Katie Hobbs and Kari Lake. And until that issue is dealt with, nobody is really serious about winning honest elections. You can’t win if you are not allowed to cross the finish line. 

I generally like Clay and Buck, who have replaced Rush Limbaugh on his Excellence in Broadcasting radio show starting at noon on radio stations all over the United States. They are pretty good, and if Rush Limbaugh were alive today, he would likely agree with me. I think Clay and Buck get it, too, with the microphones turned off, as most Republicans do. But for anybody with a corporate media gig, they know that election fraud is off-limits. Every communication company with some relationship with the World Economic Forum has put a wet blanket around any talk of election fraud because that is how they stay in power. That is how they plan to implement all their big ideas for world domination by the year 2030. If they can’t control elections, they can’t perform their plans for the Great Reset, which is complete control of the world’s economies, and to surrender all human activity to the pagan cult of Earth Worship represented in today’s climate change. I’ve been saying it for a long time. I don’t make a living off corporate media, so I don’t care what they think of me. But people who work for some big media companies, including local outlets, know the rules, and election fraud is off-limits. Yet, given the obvious nature of it in this 2022 election, it was stunning to listen to these two smart guys talk for a week after the election about everything but the actual problem. It doesn’t matter how nice Republicans are or how much ballot harvesting there is. When you count votes as Katie Hobbs did for our Arizona governor campaign, nobody will ever win elections again unless they kiss the ring of the Desecrators of Davos. And if that limits voter engagement in the future, that only helps the bad guys because it makes it easier to control who wins, which has been the case where the evidence has been pointing for decades. This isn’t just a 2020 thing. 

In every race, many of which are still counting votes for election day of 2022 by Thanksgiving, weeks later, the slow counts are all about ballot drops which they calculate how many phony ballots have to be inserted into that next drop to knock off the percentages for the rival. For instance, in the case of the ballot drops for Kari Lake, it was known that if she got 60% of the rural vote, she would easily win as Governor of Arizona. So the vote counters put into those ballot drops, each one based on the result of the previous one, inserted double counts, dead people, drug addicts who traded drugs for a filled-out ballot in a Walmart parking lot, which would then water down the margin for whoever they are counting. In the case of Kari Lake, therefore, she trended in the 50s, not the 60s, and that allowed Katie Hobbs to hold her lead from the city votes and squeak out a very narrow win. Everywhere we see these very narrow wins, this is the process of what is happening. The vote counters look at the results of each ballot drop, and they are mixing bad ballots for their chosen candidate in the following drop to count and wear away the opposition. It will be easy for Kari Lake to challenge those votes in a hand recount because the cheating was blatant. Katie Hobbs couldn’t afford to lose, nor could Democrats in general, and they didn’t care who noticed because corporate media had set up a cover fire to keep the questions from even being asked. 

Not that it’s a massive conspiracy, but this is the Vico Cycle I’m always talking about entirely at work. Of course, the kind of people who want to have power over others will protect a system where an aristocracy can rule over the many, and the type of people who crave such a life are very many. They don’t want a merit-based system where actual performance puts people in power. And you’ll find that most corporations are filled with these kinds of people. Most people hold their noses and give up a lot of their personal integrity to get along with the people who rule in their society at whatever level they are participating. For all the reasons that Clay and Buck, so they could be on the air and continue to do their show on corporate media platforms and continue to be contributors on Fox News, they have no choice but to play along with the narrative, and that is actually part of this cheat mechanism. If people want to get paid, they’ll shut their mouths, protect their place in this untalked-about aristocracy, and be happy about it. Just as nobody was supposed to question the Joe Biden vaccine mandates flowed down through human resource compliance paths. This means of controlling speech by essentially controlling the means of earning a living and whether a critic can have a job is appalling. If Rush Limbaugh were still doing that show, he would talk about election fraud. He was independent enough to push back against his corporate sponsors, whereas Clay and Buck just don’t have that personal power, and few people do. That is why preserving this aristocratic rule over the many is so enticing. Once power seekers find themselves in the comfort of that club, they will do anything to protect it, including lie, cheat and steal. And even if they know something to be fake, such as election results, they will hold their nose and put up with it because they want to keep working for the very types of people who are committing the crime. 

Rich Hoffman

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