The History of Communist Attack in America: We are most vulnerable where we work, and they always knew it

They Attacked Through Where we Work

It’s not just Karl Marx around the 1850s who launched the idea of communism globally, but more popularly, the novel, Looking Backward: 2000 – 1887, which came out in 1888, which provided the battleground playbook for the next century.  The goal was to destroy, to stop the culmination which was evident in the world during the 1840s where America was growing in frightening ways away from the homeland of Europe, and the losers of the old world wanted to cripple that growth.  So they attacked Capitalism because it threatened to grow away from their control.  Historical context must be considered to understand.  Not only did England lose the colonies to rebels in 1776, but they were also defeated a few years later in the War of 1812.  When the Spanish American War failed to stop the growth of America but instead expanded it rapidly, the world worried that it was growing too fast for them to compete with.  Thus came the government-backed works of Karl Marx, long after his death, to stop Capitalism from growing western cultures, and that attack vector would proceed for the next 150 years.  Of course, we had an internal war, the Civil War, to destroy what was left of European aristocracy, which the American South, specifically Democrats, deeply craved within the institution of slavery.  Republicans ended slavery, then off where the shackles toward Manifest Destiny.  World War I was a created war hoping to make a League of Nations in the aftermath.  Americans rejected the idea of such an arranged marriage with Europe.  So they tried another war, World War II.  After that war and the gross atrocities meant to end all wars, Americans finally signed up for the United Nations.  We had more wars fighting communist ideas worldwide but were tethered to this United Nations concept which greatly limited the scope of success.  As we were distracted by these wars, the United Nations promoted globalism and corporate expansion, and thus, entered into the legislative lives of our great American companies.  By this method, they intended to destroy America once and for all because all their previous attempts had failed so badly. 

MANY WERE PERPLEXED when I was writing my most recent book, The Gunfighter’s Guide to Business.  I was an expert Lean practitioner who knew all kinds of inside business tricks that many found extremely useful.  They didn’t understand why I wasn’t just cashing in like everyone else was and making a lot of money off being a consultant and letting the world go where it would go, oblivious to the direction.  I would say that the next attack on American sovereignty was coming from our companies and that I wanted to stop that from happening.  Of course, I would get eye rolls and charges of mass conspiracy. “From whom,” they would ask as if baiting the question for a laughing response.  But I had seen the attack vector and was a frequent target all through my adult life, sometimes in ways that are preposterously crushing.  I was a target of cancel culture well before anybody had a name for it. Indeed, before, there was a Donald Trump in politics.  But I had read all the books, and I understood the motivations of the political left, which were measured in European centuries rather than American decades.  And this was how they were sliding their attempts of communism under the doors.  They weren’t planning to fight us with guns and troops.  America had more guns than any nation in the world; that would be a stupid idea.  Instead, they planned to attack us through our human resource departments, crush us with rules and regulations, and get us to commit economic suicide, all in the name of compliance.  I planned to write a strategy guide for people to defend themselves from that kind of attack, which has turned out to be right on the mark. 

I would have been met with extreme scrutiny if I had said all this even a year ago.  I certainly had that reaction from my publishers. But the Biden administration has shown their cards, and their Covid vaccine mandates have led to what I have said to be true.  The fight of our times would not be in the streets and fields of the world on battlefields of orthodox.  It would not be an individualized fight. Instead, this new kind of war would be in where we make our livings.   Our domestic economies would be attacked, and our means to an income.   That is how to make a mass of people capitulate and take away their means to make a living.  Take the food off their table and their ability to even make a family.  That is the ultimate goal of the global communists, which set their intentions in apparent motion in 1958’s The Naked Communist, which I have covered extensively over the years.  But even then, the attack was well in action.  In her many books, Ayn Rand tried to warn everyone about these plots, most notably The Fountainhead in 1943 (right in the middle of World War II) then Atlas Shrugged in 1957.  For people who don’t read a lot of books, they likely wouldn’t have noticed.  Much of academia was in love with the socialist book Looking Backward, which became the source of why our modern media is mostly all in on the game.  They all want the same thing, the end of America and the birth of a state under the socialist United Nations.  It would be easy to miss all the clues unless you read a lot of books. 

My point was to set my book before this socialist/communist incursion, to the point in time where Capitalism was working and doing great things not just for America, but the world at large.  And if any company wanted to be profitable, it had to fight off these globalist ties to their board of directors and CEOs.  Because the first thing any company must do if it wants to be profitable and productive is to get independence from the world’s aggressions.  The fight for freedom is not with individual people this time.  We already have our independence represented in our Bill of Rights and various constitutions.  No, what we need now is a declaration of independence for our companies and set free corporate America to share our individual independence with the places we utilize to make our livings.  In this long military history of communist thought, they attacked where we were most vulnerable.  They didn’t come in the front door where we had dozens of guns pointed at them, but through the back where our companies had rules against guns and self-defense to provide a “safe” work environment for others.  It is in our corporate charters that communism was slid into our American culture, and the gains of the many outweighed the needs of the independent.  And that is how wokeism was born in our nation and then used to do what the nations of the world couldn’t do, attack American Capitalism and force companies to bend the knee to the fear of mass protests and revolts as Karl Marx had outlined.  And in that way, the vast evil of communism could be unleashed to the world and united under the United Nations in ways all the previous wars of the world couldn’t have ever imagined.  The book I wrote helps teach people how to stop that process. 

Rich Hoffman

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China Limits Kids to 3 Hours of Video Game Play Per Week: A preview of what they want to do with everything

China’s Controls are just the Start

The deeper we get into the idiocy of the Biden presidency, we find that we’re not just talking about simple disagreements on philosophy and social endurance, but in subversion by a smiling enemy that intends to kill us completely and rob the wealth of our country under the weight of our own assumed guilt.  We should have never let China have the leverage they have over us today, to have the power they presume to use in destroying us from the inside out by turning many of our people against the ideas of America to blow on the fires to make it happen.  They say they want peace, and we are to assume that all the United Nations relationships established after the two World Wars were meant to entangle us all diplomatically.  But all it entailed was to tie up America with red tape while the jealous world of yesteryear and the communists of China could attack us without defense, which is what they have been doing.  Now we are so entangled with each other that it’s nearly impossible to have an outright war.  So that has left us with a worse Cold War mentality where deception and chaos have replaced the cold shoulders.  Now, we see a different strategy, and you can see it not by what China says but by what they do. 

You might have heard that China has cut down their under 18 kids to only 3 hours of video games per week, 1 hour on Friday, 1 hour on Saturday, and 1 hour on Sunday.  If they are good boys and girls, kids might play video games on national holidays, for a little bit.  Instead of playing video games, the kids are supposed to train their minds to be soldiers of the state and educate themselves for sacrifice to China and live and die for the party in power.  And that party wants to rule the world.  They have their fingers all over the Biden administration and several American politicians that have paved the way for the kind of censorship that China is used to, which Google helped them build.  Suppose they don’t like what you do in the world. In that case, they will turn you off from social interaction because the tech companies doing China’s bidding have steered our society to a completely online society.  By doing this, they control what you do and when you do it.  This is how they plan to keep kids from playing video games by monitoring their time spent on the games, and when they hit that hour, they can switch the kids off. 

We’ve seen it in the United States, especially with Twitter and Facebook.  That infrastructure is already in place, and they would like to push Americans into the same kind of centrally managed society.  How about that, kids? Do you still want to be communists, like your government school teachers have taught you?  Forget about playing Call of Duty for 20 straight hours on a Thursday night.  How about all the video game companies who have sold America out with wokeness to tap into the 1.4 billion people who reside in China.  And the movie companies like Disney have thrown out Uncle Walt’s values which built the company to give up on the American Dream and steer everything to that new Chinese demographic.  Of course, the Chinese told you, dumbasses, that they’d be fair and would work with you.  They wanted to lure your big dollars and company values to their trap.  The NBA has already fallen into it.  So has Nike.  Many have; most big companies have been headed there for years.  I warned everyone decades ago.  But nobody listened, and now you see the cost.  And you can see to what level of social control they intend for us all.  Covid was meant to train us for this new communist thought, just as they are doing with the video game industry.  3 hours per week. 

One of my daughters used to be a Gamestop manager, and we had long discussions about this trend a decade ago to move toward complete online gaming.  My wife and I had the same discussions when she wanted to take my years of National Geographic books and magazines and get rid of them going to online versions instead.  I reminded her and everyone else along the way what I said then that games, entertainment, and hard copies of books would always be valuable.  When you read a book or watch a DVD movie, or listen to a CD copy of music, you are detached from the controls of a centralized authority.  They can’t see what you are reading or for how long.  They don’t count your keyboard punches to feed an A.I. watching your every move and analyzing what you plan to do next.  You are private and disconnected from “them.” When video games moved from hard copies and complete online support, they lost control of their content.  Now governments could intrude.  They have let us play and get used to this new way of doing things.  But now, they think they can get away with making their power move, which they are currently doing in China.  It’s not the people of China who are the suckers; it’s the tech people who played nice, adopted the wokeness in exchange for market share, then had the rug pulled out from under them with the simple wiping of a hand giving a dictate from the communist party. 

There is a catch to all the digital streaming services, to the Apple music hosting that has gotten rid of all hard copies of music you might own.  Now you must rent your music from them for a monthly fee.  And if you are a bad little boy or girl, they could cut your account off in a second, and you won’t have any iTunes in your car to listen to.  The kind of world that American Democrats want is what they have in China, where they decide what you do when you do it and for how long.  And if they don’t like you, if you are part of an opposition party, they can cut you off of everything because they have managed to put everything online where a centralized government can regulate it.  My wife and I had that same recurring conversation just the other day at Costco, where I was buying up a bunch of new books that they had just brought out.  I told her that books would always have value.  I can read those books I was buying anywhere in the world.  I didn’t need electricity to use them, and they weren’t connected to any government for control.  And I see that as ultimate freedom.

The way to beat these oppressive governments in China and those licking their heels like the Democrats are in America is to get off their grid.  Get out of their schools.  Get away from their entertainment.  Get away from their medical industry, for which Covid has given everyone all the proof they need.  Disconnect from their control and make them blind. Don’t allow them to turn you off playing a video game after 1 hour of play, or what day of the week you play it.  Turn away from their controls and get back to the basics for which they have no control.  And then, and only then, can you have any hope of truly being free. 

Rich Hoffman

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The Success of Mike Lindell’s Cyber Symposium: The failure nobody wants to talk about

The Cost of Election Fraud

The number one question I have been asked over the last week hasn’t been about Afghanistan, but instead, it was about Mike Lindell’s Cyber Symposium held in Sioux Falls, South Dakota.  My answer is that I felt it was successful and a great benefit to the process.  I also think Mike Lindell was likely disappointed because he, like many, is looking for a cleaner, more Hollywood-like result where everything gets wrapped up in a bow at the end.  The Supreme Court suddenly gets a backbone and does the right thing, where the media has their ah-ha moment and suddenly becomes one of the good guys.  I don’t think those things will ever happen because that’s not how humans are doing things. They might write stories and make movies showing that kind of reality, but that’s part of the fun of fiction, is that you can have things the way you want them.  The real world is wrapped up with many other emotions dispersed over time and space much more harshly.  And that is precisely where things stand after Mike Lindell’s Symposium.  Yes, election fraud happened, there are vast amounts of proof of it, and the people involved should all be going to jail.  Only there aren’t enough jails in the country to hold everyone involved.  The election fraud of 2020 was just the final, desperate attempt by a corrupt society to end the presidency of Donald Trump for a lot of reasons.  Based on their behavior before the election fraud and after, in the world of the Wikipedia types who had the future all mapped out toward a progressive horizon, what happened with Trump and his voters was a massive rejection of their way of life.  And that is something that they can’t hide any longer, even from themselves.

There is zero chance that America will unite behind Joe Biden or the current government swamp.  We have learned too much about how the Deep State works and that our present elected representatives have not worked on our behalf.   They rejected Trump as the disrupter and mistakenly thought that people would forget about all this stuff regarding self-government if he were removed.  They thought that mask mandates, vaccinations, election tampering, and economic terrorism sold by compliant and lazy media would be the name of the game in 2021.  The mistake from the start was believing that it was caused by Donald Trump, not in the desire of people to have a character like Donald Trump in the White House.  Trump had been doing such a good job that many of these antagonistic forces, whether they came from within our country or outside of it, thought they could still rule through authority.  Such as the intentions of China to schmooze their way to our complete conquest forcing them to reveal their intentions in aggressive ways they never even planned to admit to themselves.   So as bad as things look today, I only see hope in tomorrow because, at least now, all our interactions are honest.  We know now how much people like Mitch McConnell hate traditional America.  He has dirtied himself up in politics for so long that there is no turning back for him.  That is the case for many political people who have traded a nice and easy life for ethics and justice.  The worst of it was that they thought so little of us that they didn’t think we’d see them lying to us.  But they aren’t very smart themselves, so of course, they wouldn’t be sophisticated enough to see what was happening.  They thought they could conceal their actions with a media censorship that China has already and that we’d accept that in America.  Which, of course, was never going to work.   We ended up with a corrupt society in government who moved toward the global control of everything, leaving behind half the nation they expected to follow them.  And now it’s clear that they will never follow.  So what happens next?

Fast Draw

The success of the Cyber Symposium wasn’t in the revelation; it’s more in the reality of coming to terms with what happened.  Whether or not Mike Lindell had the Cyber Symposium, or whether all methods of investigating election fraud were censored from public debate, people would still question the reality of the election.  They would always doubt the results.  The difference between America and other places in the world is that we can gather and ask questions.  Even if the authorities deny that election fraud happened, in America, we can question those authorities.  We can assemble and have something like the Cyber Symposium.  And so long as those things can happen, there will never be a complete takeover of society in countries where election fraud occurs but don’t say anything about it because they fear being killed.  Those same kinds of intimidation tactics have been attempted here in America.

Mike Lindell has undoubtedly felt that sting.  But in actuality, whenever one side has to resort to threats to get you to accept a truth, they have already lost the case on merits.  They might force you to keep your mouth shut, but they can’t change what you believe, which is the case here.  With all the effort to conceal election fraud and intimidate people into believing some state-sponsored results driven by social media doing that state’s work, all the people who were going to believe in the election results have done so.  From here, conspiracies like those of Rosewell and the JFK assassination will result for centuries.  But the country will not unite.  They smell a rat and will always work to undermine that rat for the rest of their lives. 

For me, much of what we see, I think, is better because it has forced all the bad guys to show their playbook.  Many had hoped to pull those plays out of their communist playbook much later after Americans had been made more compliant.  I don’t think that would ever happen because it’s never happened anywhere else in the world.  Why would it happen in America, but let’s entertain the hypothetical quandary, people could be intimidated into complete submission, the way people are in China, for instance.  In my book, The Gunfighter’s Guide to Business, I argue that the Chinese never recovered from the conquest of the Mongals or the Han Dynasty. Even today, they are easy to defeat as a people by a communist government.  America is a much different place, it was founded by people leaving behind authority rules, and the world ran out of real estate.  There is nowhere else to run.  They aren’t going to accept authoritarian rule.  They complied with the masks because they were gullible and believed the government was somewhat trustworthy in a crisis, even if it was invented.  But the Kotter change state wasn’t ever going to stick, and society would be switched over to communism.  And if only Trump were out of the White House, the tyrants of the world would live happily ever after.  We learned from the Symposium that people would never accept cheating and lying from a government with blind compliance.  This is the best the Biden administration can ever hope to get.   Life will only get worse from here and all the people who propped him up as well.  And that’s what happens when you cheat; you don’t get the White House honorably, the government will fall apart, which is occurring now. It’s the Humpty Dumpty story all over again, and the pieces will never go back together.  The authorities should have known better before they ever tried, but now we all know, and nothing will change our minds at this point.  The coup’s failure is there for everyone to see, and most people see it clearly and will continue to, well into the future.     

Rich Hoffman

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Just Another Bobblehead is Running for Lakota School Board: Douglas Horton and two other progressive incumbents seek to bring CRT to our community

Just a little school board news for the local crowd.  It’s relevant to the larger audience due to its importance in the scheme of things.  All school boards are essential, so I hope that by watching what goes on in my local school district of Lakota, other communities will learn a few things for their sakes.  A short time ago, I reported that Brad Lovell, an activist toward Critical Race Theory on the Lakota school board, took a significant six-figure job at Sycamore schools across town. His wife is still a teacher belonging to the teacher’s union at Lakota.  It was always a problem for Brad in this upcoming election as his seat was up this fall because he was double-dipping in many ways.  The wife, as an employee of the school he has managed, was a conflict of interest.  Then his Critical Race Theory activism was a real problem that had stirred up quite a hornet’s nest of angry, high-heeled moms recently activated to all this Lakota progressive activism by staying home with their kids due to Covid.  Before the Covid shutdowns, many people didn’t know about the massive radicalism penetrating all public schools from the state school board that had put their arms around the Marxist Black Lives Matters movement.  They were looking to impose it on all students, everywhere.  So with all that to consider, it was brilliant for Brad to take his big administrative job using the Lakota school board as a springboard and stay out of the upcoming election.  But of course, the other progressive activists on the Lakota school board would want a Brad replacement.  The currently liberal activists voting for all progressive causes like transgender rights and BLM are Julie Schaffer, Kelly Casper, and the newest member Michael Pearl. They had been in lockstep with Brad toward the BLM movement, putting Michael Pearl in front as a kind of shield from reality.  They needed another Brad to keep things going on the board, so they picked a bobblehead candidate who would surely rubberstamp every vote the three activists came up with by the name of Douglas Horton. 

Just another Bobblehead on School Board

Like I said in the video above, I’m not the one who made a bobblehead of myself and put it on a Facebook page.  And that says a lot about who Douglas Horton is as a person.  I have committed hundreds of thousands of words toward the psychology of school board members, and there is no question that the roles typically inspire the more liberal activists in any community.  I also talk a lot about the nonpartisan nature of school boards, which is dangerous because it hides liberal activism.   For instance, a candidate like Horton will likely claim to be a Republican by voting record, just as Brad claimed to be. Still, in reality, they know that they’d have no chance in a Republican stronghold like Butler County unless they did claim to be conservative.  The problem is always in how left or right-center on a political scale is measured.  Modern media and the soccer mom sentiment think that being right of center politically measures socialism and communism.  Not free-market capitalism and regulated commerce.  When media people talk about candidates being hard right or hard left, their scale is measured with the center of those indications already being in the world of communism.  So everything is on the left, and that is where we start with people like Brad Lovell and his school board replacement, Douglas Horton.  As long as nobody digs too deep into their minds, nobody, including themselves, knows what the hell they are, which is why sports is always a good distraction for them.  It allows them to hide their liberalism from even themselves because sports is generally an excellent neutral ground in the world, except for the recent politics of wokeness, which is changing rapidly.

The candidates I am supporting for the three seats coming up this fall on the Lakota school board are Vanessa Wells, Issac Adi, Karine Causse, and Darbi Boddy.  I know all those names very well, just as I know the needs of the Lakota school board, and am excited at the prospect of any three of them replacing the incumbents.  Another thing I say all the time, especially these days, is if you don’t like the management of your government, then replace them.  And that certainly holds on school boards.  Instead of crying and whining about how evil Critical Race Theory is and being a victim of transgender progressive values, replace the school board, and this year, voters will have that chance.  One thing that concerns me is that there are many candidates and voter engagement in school board elections is generally 5% to 10%.  That makes it hard to beat incumbents, and they will always get the standard teacher’s union activist vote to protect the high wages that unionized teachers always get.  These elections work because the top three vote-getters will be the new board members, so any challengers to the incumbents will have a steep hill to climb in voter engagement. But that problem can be solved with increased voter engagement. I think these school board challengers I mentioned that I liked are all outstanding, very articulate, and genuinely have their hearts into what is best for Lakota.  We’ve had a mismanaged mess of liberalism and progressive sentiment loaded with problems, so it will be interesting to see how things flush out.

But as an example of everything we don’t want in one of these school board positions is Douglas Horton, who is tone-death that he thought it wise to display a bobblehead of himself and use it as a Facebook profile picture.  It might be a cute thing to do for someone’s mancave or as some joke at a fraternity party.  People might giggle over it at a drinking party of young thirty-somethings who are new in life and have kids just going to Lakota who have no idea what they are doing in the world.  But Lakota is made up of a lot of older people who are staunch Trump supporters.  Their kids have long ago left the house, and they are stuck paying all the extraordinary taxes that this current school board has imposed on them, and they aren’t happy about it one bit.  And they are not pleased about the Critical Race Theory commitment that this current board has allowed infecting their community.  I don’t want to pick on Doug, but a quick check on his name brought up that bobblehead which is more than just a metaphor.  Knowing that Brad wasn’t going to file for another term because he needed to move on before the brand damage of this upcoming election smeared him for good says everything about how Douglas Horton ended up on the list.  He thinks he has a chance based on the types of people he associates with.  But the rest of the school board members do too, and they think that’s the world we live in, where bobbleheads rubberstamp whatever comes out of the Ohio School Board, and ultimately, the crooked Biden White House.   Yet, I have news for those who think that way, it will take more than a bobblehead to run Lakota, and I don’t think anybody in that camp understands to what degree.

Rich Hoffman

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Oh No, Its a Delta Variant: Remembering Lois Lerner and the many lies by government

Its the Delta Variant!

I’ve about had it with the Covid-19 “Delta Variant,” which I would say is just a government concoction meant to increase the vaccination numbers.  There is so much wrong with all this that we’ll be studying it for years, trying to figure out where it all went wrong.  To make it simple, I would say that electing President Trump exposed this deep state mess.  The Delta Variant was created to cover their crimes of election fraud. In at least two places, Maricopa County, Arizona, and Fulton County, Georgia, there was election fraud large enough to change the election’s outcome in both of those states.  Its irrefutable evidence that election fraud happened, and it was a massive, coordinated effort on behalf of Democrats and their deep state supporters.  Who are those deep state supporters? Well, we know them well in the FBI.  They are part of the story, but ultimately, it’s the entire Beltway culture that has turned politics into a goldmine of profit extracted from the panic that the media culture gladly generates to drive the narrative of corruption.  But it didn’t start with Trump. Suppose you had to put the finger on it and declare that the January 6th, 2021, cause of mayhem at the Capitol began with the IRS corruption of 2010.   We learned about Lois Lerner weaponizing the tax-collecting agency into attacking Tea Party challengers in 2010, after the reform group caused mass changes in politics during the midterms, not in favor of Democrats.  The Deep State quickly whisked Lerner off the stage, just as they have with Bill Gates recently, to take him out of the Covid connection with the Wuhan lab in China, and the lack of resolution just continued to mount.  Not having an answer to Lois Lerner or justice brought to the IRS brewed a fit of anger that has been building for quite a long time.  And Democrat Deep Staters know it, which is why there is a Delta Variant of Covid-19 now.  They know we know about their crimes, and they are trying to buy time to get out of it. 

It’s important to understand history. Don’t look to the media to remind you; their business model prevents us from remembering what happened yesterday, especially the Beltway media.  Their whole structure is built on the subsequent crises that will drive ratings tomorrow while covering the horse race between election cycles.  The moment they have to think about some of those horses being juiced up on steroids or in some official tampering with the great race, then the integrity of their coverage loses all appeal.  So, of course, they don’t want to look at election fraud.  They can’t afford to.  Yet, that is what the attackers of the 2020 election counted on happening.  They figured that the time frame to prove election fraud was too short between election day and inauguration day.  And that the media couldn’t afford to cover any of it because they needed to start the coverage of the next election cycle as their business model and the kind of people who pay them with ads demand.  There wasn’t time for a constitutional crisis; there wasn’t the time or a will to even consider it, especially since many just wanted Donald Trump and his mean Tweets to go away.  So out of arrogant desperation, the entire system showed its cards and threw them down on the table, thinking they had the winning hand.  They didn’t know or expect that they had been caught cheating and that the case would extend for months and years into the future, gradually weakening the entire system.

What didn’t help the Democrats is that the nation isn’t taking the bait either on the January 6th commission to investigate the insurrection at the Capitol, destabilizing the political establishment to its core.   There is a genuine fear that people in America may very well rise and rip the politicians from their very seats.   That the natives did not respect the system’s authority, and for Biden’s group, the Nancy Pelosi types, that was truly scary.  But I’ll save them a lot of money in investigating that event; it wasn’t Trump that caused all that frustration.  It was the lack of justice for Lois Lerner years ago.  It was the cover-up of Benghazi where people were killed, and the Democrats tried to blame it on a YouTube video when it was a clear case of mismanagement of Hillary Clinton as Secretary of State during Obama’s election-year of 2012.  People don’t forget.  Then there are all the injustices against Trump, of the FBI working with the DNC to take out a political candidate with an open coup.  It was two impeachments of Trump, a popularly elected president.  Covid, a blatant power grab by liberal governors, and yes, Mike DeWine of Ohio behaved like the other blue-state governors.  Then it was election fraud on election night; we went to bed on that Tuesday in November with Trump winning.  Vegas was calling it for Trump, then the five states stopped counting, sent home their workers, then when we woke up, Biden had won, and we were supposed to believe all these last-minute votes were all for Biden. 

That’s what caused the Capitol riot, it was a government that had been lying to the people it was supposed to serve, and people had witnessed a long string of injustice with no end in sight, and they were sick of it.  And they are continuing to be sick of it.  They are getting madder by the day, and no appeasement will take that anger away.  Every time Facebook colludes with the government to censor the voting public or Twitter bans any talk about an actual scientific fix to Covid with hydroxychloroquine; they throw gas on the fire.  People have not forgotten Lois Lerner and all the other government cover-ups of weaponizing offices paid for by taxpayers for the intent of keeping Democrats in power.  And the worst of it was when the vote was taken away from them.  First, they voted for Trump in 2016 legitimately and by popular consent.  The Beltway worked for four years to take that vote away.  When they couldn’t, they unleashed Covid, used the emergency powers given to them by Dr. Fauci in the Wuhan lab to alter a variant of SARS that did not exist in nature paid for by the NIH—taxpayers—to create a virus that would spread quickly to humans and cause this whole artificial crisis.  All in the name of performing election fraud in the fall.  They tampered with the economy, tampered with the constitutional process of elections, and ultimately coordinated with foreign powers to undermine our republic.  They committed big-time crimes and stuck them on the back of that long list, and people are mad about it.

So in that way, the Biden administration knows people are on to them.  Mike Lindell just yesterday announced that with the evidence he has about election night, and the packet captures, which show China tampering with vote switching from Trump to Biden that he’s willing to pay $5 million to anyone who can disprove his evidence, the game is up.  The news hasn’t told you that, dear reader, of course, because they can’t afford to.  But the gig is up.  And to delay the consequences just a bit longer, the government is trying to create their standard stall tactic to the implications with this Delta Variant.  Yes, the CDC is in on it.  China is in on it.  The Biden administration, the DNC, most of the cable news stations, many corporations all gambled on the wrong number, and they have lost it all on reality.  And they can’t quite wrap their minds around the implications of what they have been seeing.  People don’t trust them.  People don’t like them.  And what happened on January 6th was just a little thing.  Because the anger is genuine, and it doesn’t favor them.  They have a good reason to panic, they have been discovered, and they will have to pay. They’ve been delaying as much as possible, but they can’t outrun this one. 

Rich Hoffman

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Meeting Jane Timken: The best way to implement Trump’s America First agenda

Why to Vote for Jane Timken

The day my phone lit up with many Republicans across the state of Ohio, I remember it well, who let me know that Matt Borges, as Chairman of the Republican Party, was openly harassing supporters of soon-to-be President Trump.  In reaction to the Access Hollywood tape that Democrats thought would sink Trump in the October surprise of him talking about women in a sexually provocative way, the campaign looked to be over.  Things were much more innocent then, on that October of 2016, during a Saturday of pleasant weather, the leaves were gently falling off the trees, and from what I was hearing, the split in the Republican Party was wide.  Like Borges, the Governor Kasich people were not going to accept that Trump was the official nominee to run for President, and they were not working to help Trump win the state.  They were trying to sabotage the Trump campaign so that Kasich would have another chance to run for President the next time around.  Of course, nobody cared about the Access Hollywood tapes, just as they haven’t cared about the countless attacks since then to prevent a Beltway outsider and a billionaire with the means to fight these battles from entering public office, especially the White House.  What we saw back then was just the beginning.  We knew that people like Borges had to go, Kasich had to go, and so would many of the other RINOs who were standing with Democrats to keep what needed to be done to save our country from happening.  In came Jane Timken to challenge Borges for the Republican chairman job, and she beat him.  Jane then turned quickly to unite the Republican Party, which she did so quickly, making Ohio one of the most vital states in support of the new President. Trump went on to win against all odds to usher in a new age of politics that few saw possible on that October in 2016.  On a Saturday where all looked to be lost just a few weeks before the election.

I have been thankful to Jane for the way she united the Republican Party under tenuous conditions.  In just a few short years, people I had known as staunch Never Trumpers were suddenly VIP ticket holders at Trump campaign events, and they were enjoying themselves more than I had seen in years.  Part of that, of course, was that Trump had been doing a good job.  People saw through the media and political attacks.  Trump quickly fulfilled his campaign promises and did what all sound executives do when they lead their organizations; he showed people what success looked like and made it easy for Republicans to unite behind him within the Republican Party.  It wasn’t lost on people how John Kasich had similarly sold himself, but within a few years as Governor of Ohio, he showed he couldn’t live up to the media hostility, and he turned soft.

On the other hand, Trump had everything, including the kitchen sink, thrown at him, and he was still getting things done every day, and he never slowed down.  He forced the opposition to unload every trick in the book for all of us to see, and he survived it all.  But along the way, as the new Chairman of the Republican Party, Jane Timken brought together Ohio Republicans in a very skillful way that showed the rest of the nation what a strong GOP looked like.  Considering the personalities involved, what Jane did was remarkable.  I had wanted to tell her that at an appropriate time, which I finally did have recently, in a private setting as she was gearing up her run for the senate seat that Rob Portman is retiring from.  I had seen her at events in Butler County a few times but did not get a chance to speak to her personally.  But I did get to talk with her one-on-one and with a small group of intimates, and I had one specific question for her that concerned me regarding her platform as an America First candidate.

As a party leader, Jane had shown support for Anthony Gonzalez, who voted twice to impeach Trump.  She supported his right to an opinion on the matter as the party leader, which is tricky when the MAGA movement wants to run people like Gonzalez out of the party because he voted against Trump.  Jane has been and continues to sell herself as an America First candidate, so I needed to hear from her without a media filter what her decision-making process was on the Gonzalez issue, and she answered it to my satisfaction.  I understand the difficulty for her, and I’m sure Trump understands as well.  The way to solve the matter is to get rid of Gonzalez in the primary and replace him with another America First candidate, Max Miller, a member of Trump’s inner circle.  One thing that came up during this private meeting with Jane was that being a fighter for freedom and America First is terrific.  But at some point in time, you go from being the rebel to being the new establishment.  And a lot of people struggle once they are the new leader because all their energy went into the fight of getting there.  Once they are there, they often don’t know what to do. That’s the case for school boards, political parties, management takeovers, everything that humans involve themselves in.  It’s one thing to campaign on ideas.  It’s quite another to apply those ideas to real-life situations.  Jane showed me that she could make that transition from freedom fighter to the establishment without losing herself along the way as she handled the Chair position of the Ohio Republican Party.  And she understood what fights were worth fighting and which were not.  Trump himself showed that he could make that transition too, as a disrupter to a great executive in the White House.  It was only five years ago since that Matt Borges incident, but so much has changed, and Jane, in so many ways, had helped lead a lot of people through the fog of that time to a real opportunity to build a senate at the federal level that is America First.

There is still a long way to go in the primary race, and this process is crucial because we need to see what kind of shelf life these candidates for Portman’s senate seat have.  But any concerns I had about Jane Timken were certainly alleviated by my meeting with her.  I wasn’t the only one there; many very good people were at this meeting for the same reasons.  As far as Jane Timken being able to take an American First platform to the Portman senate seat, building a team of Republicans that would function from that platform.  I’ve seen Jane do it before, and she is hungry to do it again, only this time on a bigger stage.  I think Jane would not only fight Chuck Schumer and Nancy Pelosi, the AOC socialists, the Bernie Sanders communists, but Jane would win as she has won before.  The person I met was more intelligent and tougher than those characters. If Jane were to be in that senate seat, I could see clearly that Trump’s agenda would be implemented not just for show but for the longevity of the future in ways many today can’t imagine. I’m not ready to endorse anybody yet for that seat, but Jane certainly didn’t disappoint.  I think she could win but that she might become a leader in the Senate quickly.

Rich Hoffman

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The Math Problem Progressives Have: If Mayor Lightfoot could add and subtract it would understand

Even Trump is making a video appearance, and all the talk at that event is in 6 weeks. It’s going to hit the fan in a big way. The Supreme Court will review these audit findings from the various states and the legal analysis because it will make this Wuhan lab story look like a small thing when it breaks.  And we are going to have a situation where legal precedents will be forced upon us. The Biden presidency will have to be recalled. If he stays in office, everything he does over the next three years will have to be undone or ignored. He is functioning without any authority to do anything due to the election fraud being so bad and noticeable.  It’s going to be messy, very messy.  But the big question regardless is how long Joe Biden can stay in office with all this scrutiny?  How long can the media continue to push the narrative that this was a regular election in 2020 and that the results should be accepted even though we know they are wrong.  And what the hell are we going to do as a country with these facts given to us?  Stay tuned!

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The Story of the Cicadas: How governments and other malicious characters control us

Thinking deeply about these new cicadas that have been coming out of the ground for this latest 17-year cycle in May has given me reflection on the nature of life in general and the ways that governments seek to control us.   I like these cicadas, they are beautiful little creatures, and it almost seems tragic that their life is so short for all the hoopla they embark on to arrive over such a long gestation period.  But here they are, they climb out of their shells after so long burrowed in the ground only to almost immediately begin their mating rituals followed by death days or weeks later.  It reminds me in a cosmic way of the human lifespan and why we have the kinds of anxieties that we do about things.  I would also offer that by developing our intellects, we can step away from the lifecycles that the cicadas are stuck on.  But one major impediment that we must overcome is how governments use our natural struggle with lifecycles to keep us under control, as explained in the video below.

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From the Desk of Donald J. Trump: RINO Paul Ryan and others

Donald J. Trump

9:23am May 28, 2021

RINO Paul Ryan, who became a lame duck Speaker of the House, lost all vote-getting capability with the people he represented in Wisconsin, and was the single biggest factor, other than Romney himself, for the monumental Romney/Ryan loss in the Presidential race of 2012 (I got more votes by far, 75M, than any sitting president in history!), and he is now speaking to other Republicans telling them how to win elections. Interestingly, I was in the Great State of Wisconsin when they booed him off the podium—I literally had to come to his rescue.


Ryan should instead be telling them how to stop the cheating of elections and that we would have won if Republican leadership fought the way the Democrats did.


It was the day that Ryan went on the board of Fox (Fox will never be the same!) that Fox totally lost its way and became a much different place, with millions of its greatest supporters fleeing for good. Paul Ryan has been a curse to the Republican Party. He has no clue as to what needs to be done for our Country, was a weak and ineffective leader, and spends all of his time fighting Republicans as opposed to Democrats who are destroying our Country.


As a Republican, having Paul Ryan on your side almost guarantees a loss, for both you, the Party, and America itself!

The Mike DeWine Million Dollar Giveaway: Covid was a government driven disaster

Mike DeWine’s Million Dollar Giveaway

I’m having a little fun with this whole Covid thing because I called this one a long time ago, as readers here know.  Now that states are opening, masks are coming off, and life is going back to normal whether or not the government agrees, there is a panic from the politicians to maintain what they think is control.  Specifically, my governor in Ohio, Mike DeWine, whom I often call “dummy DeWine is being forced to walk back all his Covid restrictions now, and he hates it.  It’s essential to keep in mind that Mike DeWine started much of the Covid mess, he was one of the first to force mandated shutdowns of our economy, and he is only giving up those powers on June 2nd because the Ohio Senate and House are forcing him to.  He has no choice.  DeWine abused his emergency powers grossly from March of 2020 until the present, and he has made many enemies.  And to take the edge off the way people feel about him, he wants to give away 1 million dollars a week for the next five weeks to get the Covid vaccination.  Right now, the vaccination rate in Ohio is at 43%.  DeWine is looking to increase that percentage by 10% to 20% more before a full Ohio open on June 2nd.  There is a whole lot wrong with this plan, but more than anything, it’s another fine example of a dumb politician spending other people’s money to cover problems they created for themselves. 

There is no compelling evidence that anything we did as a society to combat Covid did any good.  The case counts are dropping now because, as I said many, many months ago, sunlight kills the virus in minutes.  The worst thing anybody could do is walk around with a stupid mask all day, day after day, saturated with snot, bodily water droplets, and shading the mouth and nose from direct sunlight while staying indoors way too much.  Most of everything that the CDC came up with was stupid, unscientific, and in many ways could be said to be outright terrorism.  I love President Trump, but if he wants to argue with me about it, I’ll be happy to tell him how stupid everything was from day one and that America should have never done any of the things we did.  I know he was talked into it by the “experts.” The experts were wrong and even malicious in what they did and then seeking to use Covid protocols to hide their many, many crimes.  The first of those crimes was acting against constitutional limits on the government over our society, knowingly.  Mike DeWine was one of the worst of all the governors of America because many followed him into what became a nightmare for us.

Cases are dropping now because it’s spring, the sun is out longer, and people are getting outside.  Covid-19, after all statistically, wasn’t much different than an average virus as far as its debilitating effects.  The cost of our protocols is in the trillions, and everyone who supported the actions knowingly or unknowingly gave China a head start in economic activity, which was a crime all its own.  I am happy to argue any stat anybody wants to come up with, death counts, case counts, spread mechanisms, anything.  The bottom line is the government got it wrong then sought to cover up what they didn’t know.  They gave us even more dumb rules hoping to bury the mistakes under CDC protocols, that the teacher’s unions were writing for them so their lazy employees could sit home and eat potato chips all day.  And climate change advocates are upset about cows producing too much methane.  Take a methane measure outside the house of some obese public-school teacher sitting home getting paid during Covid.  The cow is doing far less damage.  The whole event would have been comical if it hadn’t been confirmed.

People were slow to ask these kinds of questions and eventually got the courage to ignore the government rules, which they should have done during the first week.  But now, the government has lost the trust of most of the people.  The situation is so bad that Governor DeWine feels he needs to give people a million dollars to get the vaccination rates up over 50%.  This is what happens when a politician like DeWine listens to the phony suppression polls.  Actual voters tell the real story.  Otherwise, people won’t get the vaccine, which is not about solving coronavirus; as I explained in the video above, it’s about telling the government that you believe what they say about the virus.  Notice how there hasn’t been any mention about people who have had Covid who shouldn’t get it again?  Now it’s all about getting the vaccine because that is a measure that the government can use to say, “see, they still listen to us.” But people aren’t listening to them.  People are going about their lives and showing great courage in pushing back now, which is essential.  These overreaching governors need to feel the sting of what they did to us.  The lives they destroyed by tampering with our lives.  The money they took from us.  The sheer misery of their stupidity.  It’s one thing to watch a politician on television and talk about how dumb they are.  It’s quite another when they chain their stupidity to our lives as they did with Covid and sink us all with their dumb actions. 

Getting the vaccination says to all those idiots that we forgive them, and that we believe that their intentions were good, that we still trust what they say.  And roughly 60% of all Ohioans who haven’t yet taken the vaccine tell everything about this matter.  Even with DeWine’s million-dollar give-a-ways, there aren’t precisely lines around the block to get the vaccine.  Getting the vaccine is to trust that the government knows what it is doing, and more people like me are willing to say no.  I wouldn’t take a government vaccine at this point if they paid me a trillion dollars. I’m certainly not against medicine, but in this current time, which is more like a Mad Max movie than a civil enterprise of a tomorrow reaching government, I have lost trust in all those elected people.  They are either too stupid to function where they need to in a hostile world, or they are part of what makes the world hostile.  Until we fix that basic premise, I’m not taking their vaccine.  And any bullying they try to employ to do so is unconstitutional in a court of law and would be a worthless gesture.  They burnt us once; we gave them the benefit of the doubt.  But we’ve learned, and the next time won’t be so easy. 

Mike DeWine hopes not to get primaried next year where the GOP is already positioning candidates to knock him out of the governor seat after one term.  Through Covid, he showed himself to be a Liz Cheney type of Republican—much more of a Democrat than anything. DeWine’s biggest mistake was in listening to his girlfriend Amy Acton, a pro-abortion Obamanite he put in charge of the Health Department.  Then he listened to her without question, which pretty much destroyed Ohio for the last 14 months.  The money wasted in opportunity cost is in the trillions.  If Ohio was already an unfriendly environment for business, it is even more so after one short term under DeWine.  I will vote for a dog before I ever vote for Mike DeWine again for anything.  Yet the politician in DeWine wants desperately to run again. He hopes that this million-dollar taxpayer giveaway will let him do it without the embarrassment of a complete social rejection in the aftermath of Covid-19. 

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