The Best Protection Against Corruption: Jane Timken and a good family

Yes, I’m very old-fashioned.  There was a point in time where things worked pretty well for all people of all sexes and colors, and that was before the progressive era came along infused with the corruption of Karl Marx and screwed everything up.  And I’m especially old fashioned with my politics; when I can, I like to shake hands and meet people one on one, or at least in an intimate group setting.  But with this new media culture that we are in today, we tend to look at everyone through the lens of media filtration, which is dangerous because we have seen what many of us always suspected about the media.  We shouldn’t have been surprised; they were all trained in the same kind of places and are owned by corporations looking to expand their markets through globalism, ready to abandon America and the Constitution along the way.  Yet, I still make most of my decisions about politics based on meeting as many candidates personally as possible before deciding to rally on their behalf.  That includes President Trump; I met him several times in 2015 and 2016, with very few cameras and people around.  Before he could command a $10,000 donation to shake his hand and get a picture for a desk, he already had celebrity, but few took him seriously in politics.  I like to look a person in the eyes and see what is going on in there.  It takes that for me to feel good about a candidate at any level.  For the upcoming senate seat in Ohio that Rob Portman is leaving behind, I’ll admit that Jane Timken was about third on my list to consider.  But I did get a chance to meet with her in a small group setting which I appreciated being invited to very much, and the result for me was a lot more respect for Jane than I had before the meeting.  I always liked her and respected what she did in Ohio for the Republican Party and uniting that party behind Trump in a hostile political setting.  Yet upon meeting her in a closed environment with the media far away, I learned some great things about her, particularly what motivates her. I came out feeling excited for her inclusion into the senate race, which will be a big part of recapturing the Senate not just with a GOP majority but with America First advocates and strategic influencers.  That last part for me is the most important. 

Before I say what I’m about to, I know many people who had not benefited from a great family experience when they were growing up.  One of my best friends is something of an immigrant, being raised in foster homes and had been given every opportunity to fail that you can imagine.  He could have given up hundreds of times over the years, and nobody would have blamed him.   However, today he’s very rich, very powerful, and a very good person untouched by corruption, and I love him to death.  But his success says a lot more about him than it does about how people arrive at success in life, no matter how success is measured.  His story is a rare exception. For most people, without a good upbringing, without good parents, grandparents, and a functional family structure, people are doomed in life often before they ever get out of middle school in their formative years.  Its not always their fault, but it is a failure of social structure, political philosophy, and radical insurgents over time in their priorities for social well-being.  As a general rule, young men grow up and marry women like their mothers, and young women grow up and form their lives around their fathers, and those sentiments last a lifetime, from the cradle to the grave.  That makes it reasonably confident that they will likely be pretty good adults to work with if a person had a good family life.  If they didn’t and are always looking for things in their adult life to bury the pain of their childhoods, you can bet that corruption isn’t far behind for them.  Who a person ends up being in life is often dependent entirely on how good their childhood was and whether or not they had a functionally good relationship with their moms and dads. 

I’ve liked Kristi Noem since she arrived on the political scene because she got into politics for many reasons involving her family. All people should get involved in politics to make it better.  After her dad died, her family was hit with massive death taxes that threatened to destroy everything they had built together.  So she became politically active, which has been good.  She is an influential person to her core and can handle the meat grinder of corrupt politics very well.  I recently traveled through South Dakota, and you could feel her leadership style there as she was one of the first governors to stand up to the Dr. Fauci types using Covid as a Kotter change state to bring Marxism to American culture.  It has been a war not with tanks and guns but with health directors intent on torpedoing a healthy economy in an attempt to knock Trump out of office.  I would point to Kristi Noem’s dad expressly and say that today’s strong woman fighting against all odds started with her relationship with her dad.   And with many of these strong new women in the Republican Party leading from the front, with congressional and Senate seats, we are finding that to be the repeated case.  Fathers have massive impacts on daughters leaving them to preserve like mothers the product of the family happiness, a country that the family can grow in and bring opportunity to the future.  But their first swipe at that dream comes from a father holding the hand of a young daughter and teaching her how to be a good person, set goals in life and not compromise themselves to corruption and apathy, and preserve the conditions of those bonding moments forever. 

This past week, meeting Jane Timken running for the Senate seat of the outgoing Rob Portman, I saw in her eyes what I see in Kristi Noem’s eyes.  Jane is a person who loves her dad and her family.  And when asked questions about why she wanted to get into politics, she was not murky about it.  Her dad was her motivation.  And this part she didn’t say, but she didn’t need to.  Like most young people who had positive family experiences, they become adults wanting to preserve their parents’ world for the future to preserve the happy thoughts of tradition.  And that for Jane, it wasn’t a power trip to ride the America First agenda to a big office in Washington D.C. with a line of lobbyists outside to lick the dust off her shoes.  Jane was in politics to preserve the vision of a father whom she loved, and that told me she was a fighter against corruption and the forces behind it that we are all facing today.  Learning all this, Jane Timken was suddenly a lot more viable than she was before I met her.  That is essentially why our children are attacked in schools, why we are being poisoned with drugs from illegal immigration, pornography by the tech companies, from every direction essentially.  The war against the family wasn’t just personal.

When divorce lawyers were promoted in the 60s, 70s, and 80s as freedom from an unhappy life and putting a career in front of a family was introduced as noble, they intended to destroy America.  Not to preserve it.  And so the way to fix that problem is to make families first, and the nation will follow.  But to do that, we need people running the country who function from that happy place of family and can withstand the riggers of public opinion so long as they can go home at night and have a family that loves them.  With Jane Timken and others who are emerging, I see a lot of hope for America.  The decline we are experiencing was purposeful and strategic.  The American dream is not dead now or in the future.  So long as there are fathers who inspire their daughters to run for Senate and win to preserve those memories of long walks and hand-holding that comes with a good parent inspiring a child with the goals of a lifetime—we have a fighting chance.

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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Trump’s Challenge to Big Tech: The result will be 12 total years as president

Trump’s Challenge to Big Tech

As we’ve been talking about since the beginning of the Big Tech censorship against President Trump, legal action of some kind was inevitable.  It’s good to see Trump initiate that activity as he has in July of 2021.  It takes time to build these cases.  It is also great to see so many people joining him in that effort.  Google, Facebook, Twitter, and all the rest have it coming.  They abused their power and what they did was quite purposeful.  They used free speech to control speech, at least the legal premise of free speech.  Because they are also private companies, which is just another subtle attack on how corporations can become big and financially competitive with nations yet hide under the protection of the United States federal government to implement their will.  It would take a big name like Trump to take them on, and they kept poking and poking until he did it.  So now we will have the court battle we’ve needed for a long time to settle the matter, free speech against private companies and what role they can play in the election process, which based on the election fraud that is emerging has been vast.  Especially regarding Facebook.  As global companies now, the Big Tech social media companies have obviously no regard for American sovereignty and illustrate a problem that existed essentially since Andrew Jackson’s laissez-faire capitalism gave Cornelius Vanderbilt the ability to operate large corporations as a competitive rival of our own elected government. 

Up until recently, really where corporations started looking after that dangled carrot of communism in China with their 1.3 billion people, we’ve managed as a nation to walk that fine line between corporate influence and elected government.  Many of the skinny jean progressives of Silicone Valley don’t understand that China is not the lucrative market that has been sold to them.  Not all those people will be allowed to participate in the world’s economy; they are under tight controls there, so selling out America to the Chinese will always end only one way—with grave disappointment.  Film production companies have had to slowly learn that over the last decade, only to nearly be wiped out entirely by the Chinese bioweapon Covid-19 meant to torpedo the economy during an election year for retaliation over Trump’s trade deals.  (Where’s the proof—everywhere if you look at it.  Most don’t want to look at it) I’ve also mentioned in many other articles that the problem with tech companies, what Google collects on people, and how Facebook builds profiles is that people do not reveal their entire essence on social media platforms.  You may get consumer behavior or sexual behavior patterns, but learning the totality of human need has proven elusive to the tech companies.  The geeks who work in those places often don’t know what questions they need to pose under online tracking to understand a human intellect.  So even with all their tampering, they still ended up with a society that elected Donald Trump twice.  The first time the FBI tried to erase the results for them as they had promised government they would do.  The second time they participated in massive voter fraud with the help of Chinese tampering in four specific counties in crucial swing states, and they were caught.  But not before they made a real mess of things and declared victory even as they were recorded cheating.  The court cases for this will take years to sort out, but they have trouble on the horizon for their election tampering that most people haven’t been able to wrap their minds around yet. 

But the Big Tech skinny jean geeks didn’t care.  They were global corporations operating in many ways more significantly than the United States government that people had elected for a republic.  And they made their move that corporations had been toying with for well over a hundred years, steering their companies away from American sovereignty and toward a global government which they would influence from the inside out.  Cornelius Vanderbilt, in his day, for example, or even J.D. Rockefeller, were patriotic toward America, and when they could have, they avoided going total globalist.  But that was a day when trains ruled, and Europe was far behind.  A hundred years later, with a much smaller world brought together by Big Tech, it isn’t surprising that companies like Google and Facebook would abandon the American concept altogether in favor of something they created.  Even though Google told us ten years ago that they were libertarians and would never abuse their power, they have grossly abused their power and now have lots of trouble.  Many think that Google doesn’t care and that Facebook is too big to fail.  But as I say many times, the way to beat these guys is through their branding.  They care about their brand, and after the 2020 election, their brands have taken a massive hit.  The corrosive effects have not yet been measured, but they will show up in 2021 going into 2022, and it will be painful for them.  Many young people do not care about Facebook; it’s an older model and quickly has become the social media platform for older people.  And when you add election fraud to the mix, and that many young people from 18-25 are starting to turn to Trump despite the Marxism taught in public schools, the Big Tech companies have some serious problems with their brand. 

Yes, young people are looking toward the Republican party anyway, no matter what kind of influence Facebook and Google thought they had with censorship.  Their censorship worked in China, but the people there have been conquered for many thousands of years.  China has never recovered fully from the rule over the Mongols. They’ve had some ruling dynasties, such as the Han. Still, as a people, they have never evolved into the kind of independent people that Americans are, which I talk about extensively in my new book, The Gunfighter’s Guide to Business.  If only the skinny jeans execs in Silicon Vally had asked me, I could have saved them a lot of headaches.  But they took their shot, they put their chips on the wrong horse, and now they’ve been exposed.

The court case with Trump itself will be a tough one for the Supreme Court as measured today.  But by the time they hear the case, the world will be a much different place. Other factors will come into play, such as public sentiment, for the same reasons that the Supreme Court did not want to hear about election fraud after the 2020 election because they didn’t want the radicals in the Democrat party to burn down their homes.  They will be influenced by an angry public newly aware of Google and Facebook’s role in stealing the election from a person those same people voted for.  Right now, it’s too inconvenient to know.  Too many media executives are currently engaged in the cover-up.  But during this case, as it brews in the legal world, those execs will retire, move to the Bahamas to take their money and run, and the replacements will do what they do in every corporate culture, they’ll be thrown under the bus, and the cover-ups will be ended.  In the end, that’s how it will go down, and we’ll all be better off as a result.  And, we’ll get another four years of Trump anyway.  In this way, Trump will be able to be president effectively for 12 total years thanks to the follies of Big Tech and their powergrab at the expense of American sovereignty. 

Rich Hoffman

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The Vote of RV Culture: What it means to future elections

A year ago, my wife and I were at the pool store getting items to open our pool when she convinced me to stop by an RV store to look at RVs, which she secretly hoped to persuade me to buy.  I reported on how many Trump supporters I met at the RV store both in front and behind the sales counter and I learned really quick that due to Covid, election fraud, and a general hatred of liberalism, the RV market was my kind of place.  The people buying them, the campgrounds all over the country, and even the roadside pull-offs where RVs parked together to catch a break were like Trump political rallies everywhere there were RVs.  Now, 10,000 miles later, I can report that I understand the RV culture well, really well.  I have since been to most states in the country and have learned a lot about the Trump voter and the anger behind the movement that transcends President Trump himself.  On one of our very first trips just before the election of 2020 in Ashville, North Carolina, I was a little shocked to see Trump flags on many of the RVs parked at the KOA there and wondered if they might offend others at the campground.  The answer was that very few RVers supported anybody but President Trump.  If there were Biden supporters, they were a very quiet bunch because I would see the same behavior over the next year in nearly every state.  If there were 80 million people who voted for Joe Biden as they say he had in the last election, those votes did not come from Americans.  They came from made-up cheated ballots of dead people, Chinese infiltration, and scandalous schemes of passing out the free crack to voters down and out who didn’t even know there was an election going on. 

Yet I just returned from a massive multistate trip out west from Deadwood to Vernal, Utah, and all kinds of places in between before cutting back across Denver, Kansas City, then back to Cincinnati.  Gas prices were escalating by the day due to Joe Biden’s incompetency or deliberate malice.  And I have seen more RVs on the road than I ever have in my life.  Reporting from the road, I have yet to see a single supporter of Joe Biden anywhere, yet along the nation’s highways, there are many Trump signs, including one just outside of St. Louis saying in big letters, TRUMP WON.  At the start of 2020, after the depressing election theft we saw, after the January 6th debacle where Mike Pence failed to kick the election back to the states and the trouble that ensued due to hurt feelings, and the constant reminder that a Civil War could break out at any moment, my wife and I took to the road to sort things out. I can say after all those mentioned miles; I get what’s going on.  All too well.  I see it clearly, and it all started when we bought our RV with many thousands of other Trump supporters who were preparing for a cold winter in America that would last an entire election cycle.  And this war wasn’t with guns or even protests.  It was with people taking to the road to get away from government in their own little hotel rooms that were out of touch from the infrastructure of the travel industry which government so greatly influenced intrusively. 

As we took these big trips across the nation, gas prices have steadily increased as the Biden administration did its intentional damage.  Those who don’t know RVs get about 6 miles per gallon, where a super-efficient SUV like what we drive gets about 11 miles per gallon.  I had a guy in Texas nearly faint as he pulled up next to me at the gas pump to report he was getting 5 miles per gallon.  I told him that I had the wind to our back at that moment, and I was being pushed along a bit at 70 miles per hour, and we were getting 15 MPG.  With gas prices out West in Utah and Idaho currently at $3.35 and traveling 5,400 miles on just this last trip, you can do the math.  It’s expensive to travel by RV.  Add to that the campgrounds cost about a third of what a local hotel room would cost and the cost between flying and using lodging with rental cars is about the same as driving an RV everywhere.  However, with the RV, you can get to specific places that you can’t get to with airplanes, like the National Parks, and you can take your room with you.  We had the same bedroom in Idaho as we do in our driveway, and there is the sense of always having your home with you that you get with a profoundly satisfying RV.  

Now for our clan, the cost of a trip like that was about $500 per day.  It was worth every penny because the experiences were so unusual.  But what did shock me is that we were nowhere near alone.  I had thought that with the gas prices, fewer people would be with us on the road.  Instead, there were crowds of people in RVs everywhere we went.  Whether it was the World’s Largest Truck Stop in Iowa or Wall Drug in South Dakota, there were RVs around and people willing to spend the high costs of driving them despite the gas prices.  I thought of government manipulators like Cass Sunstein. They have shown that the government says it can change behavior among human beings in the same way that mice are led through a maze in pursuit of cheese, with financial incentives that steered the mind where the government wanted people to go through rules, regulations, and cost.  But after what I saw, I don’t think people would stop using RVs even with gas prices up over $5 per gallon.  The experience of taking an RV on a trip wasn’t about the cost for most people; it was purely about freedom, which is why we had bought ours last year with the Covid lockdowns at the height of their power.   The government had let down so many people that the trust was gone forever, and gone too was the travel infrastructure which had changed politically over the last few years into something nobody seems to have foreseen.

Personally, buying an RV was one of the smartest things my wife and I have ever done.  We didn’t plan when we bought it to take it all over the United States within a year of the purchase—but having it has inspired us to take those long, less apparent trips to places that aren’t so easy to get to by air travel.  The independence from the grid of travel that RVs provide is more than worth the cost.  But more than anything is the sense that we can function away from government regulation as much as possible. In contrast, a hotel room and air travel are just too heavily regulated.  If costs are similar, and by the time you go through the TSA lines, you could drive to most places in America, then the independence of the RV makes them very attractive to the type of people who voted for Trump.  People who value free will and a lack of government oversight.  This, to me, says a lot about what Americans are about, which is not picked up in any poll or survey.  The political left doesn’t understand what is about to happen to them.  That much is clear. 

Rich Hoffman

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The Compliance Parasites Come After Amazon: One of the biggest shakedowns known these days creates a climate of political activism

I’m not the biggest Amazon.com fan these days.  So much so that after what they did to Parler, I removed my upcoming book from their Bookbaby Publishing business and went somewhere else.  They are using their power to try to steer political theater into a direction favorable to them.  But they are a business, and they do an excellent job at what they do, so it burns me up that there are accident reports that are starting to come out against them recently announcing that their workplace injuries have doubled.  I explain the details in the video above, but the essence of this story is a large part of how government turns allies toward them through threats of activism by their compliance culture is one of the biggest problems of our modern time.  Government makes activists out of companies like Amazon with a gun to their head to work against us, and we all must deal with this problem eventually. 

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China Owes Us All At Least 10 Trillion Dollars: Vote for Trump and let’s make them pay

There are many late to the game regarding China. And many still don’t know why Trump’s idea for charging them 10 trillion dollars for what they cost America during the Covid-19 Plandemic is a great idea.  Remember, the National Debt in the United States was right around 17 trillion dollars at the end of December 2019, right before Dr. Fauci and Bill Gates told us we needed to shut down the economy during an election year.  After just a year and a half, the national debt is now around 30 trillion dollars, and we have proof that the coronavirus was born and released from a lab in Wuhan, China.  Dr. Fauci was helping develop the virus with American tax money.  So why wouldn’t we demand China pay for our damages for a tragedy they caused?  Well, when Trump is president again, it looks like that’s one of the ways we’ll get our national debt back under control.  Make those responsible for the cost incursion pay!

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Debate is Great: Just so long as the other side shuts up and listens

Despite what many think about me, I encourage debate with those who are not so enlightened.  I can’t promise that my mind will be changed, but I am often very accommodating toward people who don’t think the way I do unless the opposite party decides to get pushy and threatening.  When that happens, and it has, I will get mad and retaliatory.  But over just the ideas themselves, I’ll debate people with other ideas in a polite way all day long and then some.  I figure all knowledge is just a matter of the participants’ education level, and many people aren’t that far along on what a proper thought on anything is.  Debate isn’t about concessions or compromise; it’s about discovering the truth on a matter.  If that is not the goal, then any exchange is a useless endeavor.  And when it comes to debate, I consider it a win/win no matter the outcomes.  There is always the chance that I will learn something in the exchange.  Or, if people listen to me, they’ll learn something and will become better as a result.  But avoiding debate or being bullied into not having a conversation at all for me isn’t ever an option. 

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Transgender Policies Destroy the Foundations of Feminism: Democrats always plan the journey but never know what to do once they get there

It is almost a parody of the coyote from Road Runner cartoons, which young people wouldn’t even know about these days due to cancel culture. Still, the progressive Democrats keep running into the same walls over and over again.  Now that all these women are mad at transgender policies putting men into women sports making it so they can’t compete equally, the basic foundations of feminism are challenged in a way none of them ever anticipated.  We get into the details in the video above, but how stupid are Democrats not to see this coming?  For a century, they advocated for equal strength, equal pay, equal everything between men and women, only to show the concept that anybody can be anything any time they want. When thrown together equally, a man’s body is revealed through direct evidence to be superior regarding sports instead of women who are physically built for entirely different biological reasons?  But guess what, everything Democrats come up with is just as stupid. They always plan the journey but never know what to do once they get there. 

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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 Terrorists of American Government: Hiding their crimes behind a January 6th Commission

Of course, a government that has turned to crime for their glory and financial sustenance will view any threat to them as a “terrorist” act.  But this criminal government, under the handpicked antics of corporate sponsorship and malicious intent of billionaire globalists, including Google, Facebook and Twitter, this criminal government has painted itself in a corner this time.  Their diversion of using some fictional uprising such as the January 6th commission they are trying to stick on Trump supporters with a defensive position is ridiculous.  They are the terrorists, not the angry people who were watching an election being stolen right in front of their faces.  Compared to the anger at the Capitol on January 6th, 2021 is not the fault of the people themselves, but of a government who acted aggressively against them, then tried to blame what they are doing on the people who were at the Capitol.  For Biden to say that white supremacy is the number one threat to American security, not the Taliban or any other global terrorist organization, is a guy who was a white supremacist as a KKK Democrat cheering on the south against blacks and trying to hide it now with all these false claims hoping nobody notices.  Yeah, the terrorists were never the Trump supporters, they are currently in the Executive Branch, and they have been caught.

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