Mollie Hemmingway’s ‘Rigged’: The Step by Step Story of how 2020’s Presidential election was stolen

How the 2020 Election Was Stolen

Yikes, the new book by Mollie Hemmingway, Rigged, How the Media, Big Tech, and the Democrats Seized Our Elections, is that book that has been needed for a while now. It’s the essential first step in identifying the election fraud not just of the 2020 elections, but over time, many elections.  It establishes the relevant legal arguments for our present crises in a genuinely open and shut case by establishing “intent” at the start of the book.  Then running through the activism of the Trump presidency by those who made it clear they wanted to overthrow the results of 2016 and have a coup while he was in office.  So, of course, when it came time to rig the election in favor of Joe Biden, Mollie shows just how it was done.  All that ended up separating Trump from re-winning the presidency was around 43,000 votes out of many millions.  And that was generated with extraordinary cheating that went on at many levels, so there is a lot of reason for Democrats to worry.  They went all in to steal this election; they have been doing it for a long time. But never had things been this close after they went so far to do it.  Their footprints were defiantly seen coming out of the corner they painted themselves in.  And that’s where Mollie’s book is unique because she identifies the primary problem.  No wonder Facebook recently went down for several hours when they found out this book was about to be released.  They likely had to get rid of some significant evidence because this book shows how Facebook spent half a billion dollars tampering with the election process and explains how the votes were manipulated in favor of Democrats.  This is a ball-busting book, one of the best I have ever read on a political subject.  And it’s also the most relevant. 

Ron DeSantis has already taken action based on what was learned in this book which Mollie Hemmingway researched immaculately.  As a frequent Fox News contributor, she understands clearly the legal scrutiny that a book like this will generate.  That made the book even better because she layed the case out so air-tight that nothing could escape.  She essentially shows a pattern of behavior we should all be concerned with regarding Democrats’ treatment of elections and the Republican party over time.  The patterns and intent to commit election fraud to achieve some “greater good” of socialism as they see it is a real danger to our country.  While Republicans have been trying for decades to have an honest conversation with Democrats, and it is always “they” who attempt to look “bipartisan” when it comes to negotiations, Democrats have been out to kill and to make a belt out of their victims with the hides left behind.  Democrats play to kill and nothing less.  They do not want a shared vision for a red, white, and blue America.  They want communism, and they’ll break any law to get there.  Mollie made the case quite well.  We all know the stories, but it was quite a compelling argument for her to go through the last 18 months of the Trump White House and show the sequence. 

The Zuckerbucks trend emerging out of this book essentially shows that Mark Zuckerberg had to promise his activist employees at Facebook that they could use the power of their platform to change elections, which is precisely what he set out to do. Facebook’s role alone in removing Trump from office and going against the people who voted for him is criminal at best.  Treason and sedition are what Facebook, Twitter, and Google participated in during 2020, in many ways.  They view themselves as global, international companies.  They could care less about American sovereignty, so they don’t give a second thought to committing treason and sedition or destroying the lives of the people who are in their way.  Mollie makes the case in this book.  The challenge we all have now, as a result, is in admitting the issue to ourselves.  Facebook is not our friend.   Google does not have our best interests in mind.  All those warnings from Glenn Beck a decade ago by the supposed libertarians of Silicone Valley turned out to be true.  What we saw in 2020 was essentially an evil plot of a crazy billionaire radical Bond villain trying to take over the world by some nefarious means through election fraud, in this case.  Many of the voter irregularities that gave Biden the victory in unique places disproportionate to the surrounding regions, such as Maricopa County in Arizona and Fulton County in Georgia, were a direct result of the half-billion dollars Zuckerberg personally spent to make his employees happy in removing Trump and showing the world how much power, the tech companies had in America.  They had sold themselves to the world and China specifically as a means to control populations, and now they had to put the rubber on the road and show everyone to what extent. 

Mollie Hemmingway even covered the closing days of the Trump White House and the legal challenges that it had to undergo from a legal standpoint.  Chronicling the intimidation of the attorneys in great detail and the momentum of the cases, it is not surprising that Trump and Rudy Giuliani resorted to the emotional aspects of the case.  Things were being undone so quickly they had little choice.  But the way Mollie chronicled the chaos, action for action, tells a story.  We all know the story, but do we truly understand the level of activism our judicial system had been conducting in conjunction with Democrats.  Their shared opposition was much more significant than just opposition to Trump.  It was opposition to all of us who dared to assert that we wanted to be in control of anything, at least not our government.  And there was Mark Zuckerberg and other big tech billionaires to announce that they were in charge, not the voters.  They advertised themselves as being in control of the American population, and they had to live up to that sold revelation by any means possible.  Trump was simply in the way of them making that declaration.  The judicial system went along with it because they had already accepted this new power regime, and they feared it.  They wanted to appease it as liberals to whatever degree they were liberal.  So when it came time to become Judas, they couldn’t wait to get in line. 

If a story ever needed to be told of fraud and a general condition of groups of people sharing a country who are opposed to one another, Rigged tells it.  The tendency to cheat was their first option, their only option.  Democrats and their technocrat partners never planned to get along with Republicans nor their Trump-supporting deplorables.  They hate us, and we hate them.  When it came to the election, they thought so little of us that they sought to steal it right in the light of day and never expected to get checked on it.  They broke the law audaciously and showed even more that they had no respect for the law, even in small ways.  They were looking toward a future world where the laws of the United States would mean nothing, and they treated the election of 2020 in just that fashion, using the laws when it suited their case and throwing them out when it didn’t.  And they dared any of us to say otherwise.  That is what Rigged says to the world, and it was a book that needed to be written and read because it digs into the heart of the fundamental issues of where we go from here. 

Rich Hoffman

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LEA Endorses Current School Board: More reasons to vote for Darbi Boddy and Issac Adi

The LEA is wanting to Pick their Own Boss

News flash, the LEA, the Lakota Education Association have endorsed their three picks for the school board.  They endorse Kelley Casper and Michael Pearl, incumbents, and support the Brad Lovell replacement, Doug Horton.  No surprise there, as I’ve always said, those are all the liberals on the school board and why it has never functioned correctly.  The labor union puts its own kind of people on the board, so it’s no wonder that union contracts get approved without a whimper, transexual bathrooms are something to even talk about, and Critical Race Theory is infesting the hallways of all the schools.  When you let the teacher’s union pick their bosses, you naturally get a disaster, which is precisely why public education all across the country right now is in a crisis.  But I think it’s good to see these endorsements because now the union is saying the quiet part out loud.  For so many years, they have hidden their intentions beyond a bipartisan mask that they used to hide the politics of these candidates. This year, because of the pressure, the LEA had to show their cards, and once they did, every voter is now armed with a truth that wasn’t there for them before.  I’ve always said it, but now people can see for themselves.

Two Republican endorsed candidates created the pressure I support emphatically, Darbi Boddy and Issac Adi.  There are other challengers as well, but it was the Republican endorsement that made the faces of the LEA melt and decry how unfair it was for them.  They expected everyone to keep playing by the rules of impartiality. At the same time, they put their people in the office in the background and destroyed the Lakota budget with union nonsense and progressive politics.  If there is ever a hope of fixing government schools, the priority is to get the politics out of them.  And there is nothing about labor unions that isn’t about politics, especially the teacher’s union.  As in the case of Lakota, the LEA is a subsidiary of the OEA, the Ohio Education Association.  Then, of course, the OEA is a subsidiary of the NEA, the National Education Association.  You end up with a massive political action group of members who are soldiers for progressive politics, and the money we pay them off property taxes is taken and used to fuel the Democrat Party.  These unions do not give money to Republicans.  They are purely a radical political arm of the Democrat Party.  And in Butler County, Ohio, where Lakota is located, many people would be surprised to learn that. 

I always thought it was common knowledge of the connection between labor unions and the Democrat party.  A decade or so ago, I dealt with this issue often, but to me, that felt like just yesterday.  There is a whole new generation of parents now who were little kids themselves back then, and they don’t know about these kinds of things.  They want their kids to have a shot at a decent life, and they think by dropping those kids off at a government school, that somehow their kids will get the support and education they need for life.   They’d love it if politics were not such a dividing line, and they glaze over when these kinds of topics come up.  But the truth of the matter is, even if Republicans just sat in a faraway office and did not play the game, the kids in all public schools would continue to be harassed into converts of progressive causes, the kinds of things that Democrats care about.  Just as the gubernatorial candidate Terry McAuliffe said in Virginia recently, he didn’t believe parents should be telling schools what to teach. You see the same attitude among the teacher unions across the country.  They think they own your children and that they are a shared resource among us all for consumption as the collective sees fit. 

The game works like this; labor unions need an army to advocate for their future progressive causes.  And teachers specifically use the chaos of liberalism to drive change, making school boards throw endless amounts of money at them, spiking their payrolls to extraordinary levels.  When you hear the stories that teachers don’t make very much money, you hear union nonsense.  Many teachers at Lakota make six figures.  They aren’t going to go hungry in this century or the next.  And of course, their union contracts always get approved because, as you can see in Lakota, they advocate for their people to be on the board, union stooges who will lay down and give them anything they want.  Just as the incumbents at Lakota have over this past year, all three of the names the LEA has endorsed have worked essentially on behalf of the LEA union and not the community in general.  When we elect a school board, we are supposed to be putting in place a management team that will work with all the elements to make a successful school.   As things have been for decades, everything has been tilted away from the families and their children and leveraged toward the power of the labor unions and building up the Democrats as a national party. 

Well, at Lakota, we wanted to change that, and there are several good picks to choose from to replace Kelley Casper, Michael Pearl and keep Doug Horton from becoming a problem in the future.  The Republican endorsed candidates Darbi Boddy, and Issac Adi could work well with the current Republican board member Lynda O’Conner to gain a three-vote majority, and that by itself would dramatically help the situation at Lakota.  But people would have to show up and vote.  There are far more Republicans in Butler County than Democrats.  But on off-year elections with these kinds of races, most of the Republicans stay home.  Usually, there aren’t such good people to pick from, but this year there is.  We know that the union picks will show up to vote; they have their steady stream of supporters who always drink the Kool-Aid.  They will get a lot of votes, as they always do, from pro-union radicalism.  That would mean that many Republicans would have to show up on election night and vote for the school board, who usually would sit home that night.  The LEA is worried about it, and for a good reason.  We want them to worry about it.  They shouldn’t control our school board, and they want to keep it that way.  But for the first time that I can think of, voters finally have a choice. 

We don’t have to accept this premise of the labor unions running our schools and taking endless amounts of money from our tax base to stuff their faces and greedy hearts.  And in a not so indirect way, fueling a Democrat party seeking to destroy our country, starting with our children.  If nothing else got voters to go out into the night and cast a vote for Darbi Boddy and Issac Adi, it would be the chance to right wrongs we can all see.  But for once in our community, to do something about it.  We don’t have to sit around and take it anymore.  For a change, we can change that corrupt system for the better with a simple vote and set an example that the rest of the nation can follow.  We can lead in Butler County, Ohio and take back our schools and our kids, and beat back the power these labor unions have over our lives.  Once and for all.

Rich Hoffman

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Vote No by Saying Yes: How Great Issac Adi and Darbi Boddy are for Lakota

Issac Adi and Darbi Boddy for Lakota School Board

I could tell you many stories about politics that are dire and would make you want to climb under a rock and never get involved again.  But sometimes, some stories are fantastic, and that is the case with the two endorsed Lakota school board candidates, Issac Adi and Darbi Boddy, who are running to replace incumbent Democrats in November of 2021.  Every event I have been to with these two has been good; a few examples are shown below.  The video might be a little rough, but it’s what they say that matters.  Darbi and Issac work well together and are as unselfish as I’ve ever seen in politics, in any position. I’ve said from the beginning that I supported four candidates for the school board, but in this race this year, the Republican endorsement is what matters.  In the past, liberals have infected the school board, so critical race theory and transexual policies became part of the dominant conversation. They have managed to hide their intentions by calling the school board “nonpartisan.” Well, we know that nothing in politics is “nonpartisan,” especially the Lakota school board.  But when this idea of supporting school board members for Lakota came up, I never thought that two of them who would win the endorsement would like each other so well. That’s when the “can you imagines” started coming to my mind, where the school board represented the conservatives of Butler County, Ohio truly, and that they worked well together.  It’s one thing to have conservative votes on the board to manage things the way voters expect, but that they would perform functional management is a bonus that didn’t seem possible. 

Vote for Darbi Boddy

For instance, Issac Adi went door to door in my precinct, letting people know who he was and when to vote for him.  My wife noticed him in our neighborhood, and they struck up a conversation at the end of my driveway.  Issac recognized her immediately, which I thought was remarkable considering the number of people he has met over several months, including big names like Jim Jordan.  I would imagine his head is spinning with all the people he’s had to shake hands with, so it did impress me that he remembered my wife.  That is one thing about Issac Adi; he is one of the most sincere people I’ve ever met in politics.  He truly cares and is a good person.  So he remembers people and cares about them long after the handshake.  Of course, he wanted to know where I was which my wife told him I was babysitting my grandkids inside the house.  So he came up to see me and talk for a bit. 

After talking and catching up, I noticed that Issac wore Darbi’s campaign sticker on his shirt.  He was doing the hard work of going door to door on a pretty hot day, full of enthusiasm after talking to many hundreds of people personally, and he was promoting Darbi along the way.  Now I know that they are both endorsed and are part of the same team.  But the way the vote occurs, they very much have to run individually.   The top vote-getters are the ones who win in these kinds of elections, and it’s always hard to beat an incumbent.  The union vote and latte-sipping liberals always show up on election night, making it hard for conservatives to get a lot of votes.  But here was Issac promoting Darbi just as much as he was promoting himself.  And as I understand it, Darbi has been doing the same.  She was out promoting her and Issac as a team, not just individual candidates.  For any election, that is a pretty unique concept that doesn’t have a lot of historical precedents. 

Adding their votes to that of the current Lynda O’Conner would be a game-changer at Lakota.  I have been to other events where I have seen the three of them talking, and the chemistry is just there.  You can see it from a long way off. I’ve been dealing with school board issues in many districts around Ohio for twenty years, and I have never seen such a good combo.  Seeing Issac that day took some of my natural cynicism toward politics into a place it had never been before.  It seemed possible that at Lakota, something good had a chance to happen.  They are both so much better than the other alternatives, and if people had an opportunity to see that for themselves, these two could get elected.   There are still very significant obstacles, but as hard as they have worked throughout September and into October, it seemed like more than a fantasy and more of an eventual reality.  Usually, when I think of the Lakota school board, I typically think of severe dysfunction and people who do not know what they are doing with the money.  But here were genuinely competent and hard-working people who actually liked each other, at least as much as I’ve ever seen in politics, and there was a chance for great things to happen at Lakota for the first time in forever. 

Vote for Issac Adi for Lakota School Board

Issac had to eventually leave and return to the campaign trail from my house, but it took a while.  I enjoyed his company so much that it took us a long time to say goodbye that day.  I can say that I have been talking actively with many of the old No Lakota Levy people preparing ourselves for levy fights in the years to come.  The current school board has been trying to find the time to put one up for a vote to satisfy the out-of-control spending the teacher’s union expects.  This was an election year. Otherwise, the current board would have proposed a tax increase this year.  Likely, they’ll wait until next year now that they’ve agreed to give all those teachers sitting home on Covid excuses a raise that they’ll have to pay for next year.  But a levy fight is so damaging.  It’s much better to support a new school board that would manage the money that we already give them, which is a massive 200 million-plus budget.  If you can’t teach 17,000 kids on that, you have problems.  But the school board has never listened. Instead, they have attacked businesses for more money, like trolls always looking for a shakedown of tax revenue to pay for their reckless and infinite spending ultimately. Lakota’s school board has been deficit spending for their entire existence; no matter how much money we’ve given them, they never find a way not to spend more than they take in.  When they did have a surplus for a bit because of declining enrollment, they couldn’t wait to waste it on something new.  With this prospect of an actual conservative school board to replace the majority of liberals, great things can happen.  Issac and Darbi have done the work to get people to know who they are.  Now it will be up to the voters.  For the first time in many of their lifetimes, they have a great choice as the Lakota school district residents.  They can vote for the same old tax and spend liberals that have screwed up so much at Lakota.  Or, they can vote for Issac Adi and Darbi Boddy, who enjoy each other, work hard, and care to give the board a conservative majority for the first time.  If voters don’t vote for them, then when the tax increases come, people won’t be able to complain about it because they had a chance to say no to those tax increases by saying yes to Darbi Boddy and Issac Adi. 

Rich Hoffman

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Shooting From the Hip: The cost of socialism in any society

Don’t Learn to Stay in Your Lane

While I was working on the themes for my book The Gunfighter’s Guide to Business, one of my most important stops was the British Museum and sitting in the places where Karl Marx had written his books that literally changed the world.  While in London for this investigation, I took my family to the best restaurants and spent some time investigating the areas around parliament to understand the radical swings of their class structure and how anybody could even think that what Marx put down in his books was good.  After sitting in Marx’s same seats in the museum, I confirmed what I already knew; Marx was lazy and worked his ass off to prove it.  Yes, that is a paradox of terms, but that was what the guy was suffering from.  While his family sat at home, broke and hungry, Marx and Engles at the British museum tried to show the world why the capitalists were evil.  And many in British society who enjoyed the nice things in life felt guilty because they either acquired a lot of power from socializing or other methods, and it rotted their minds with unearned doubt.  So they formed political parties like the Labor Party in England and the Democrat Party in America.  Other places around the world, too, adopted Marx not because they thought it would make a better world but because it gave more centralized power to governments. Hence, the idiocy of Karl Marx spread like wildfire in a dry forest, and rage of destruction swept over the world.  But to my thinking, fires are good, and it benefits people to see things for themselves. That’s why what I wrote in my book was necessary.  Without the stupidity of Karl Marx to highlight the benefits of capitalism with a defense of it in my Gunfighter’s Guide to Business, people may never have seen the differences between the two. 

Learning to Get Better

That’s what has happened with Marxism mixed in with capitalism; people didn’t notice the little things slowing us all down and constraining productivity.  Marxism has embedded itself in almost everything we do, but people did not see it as it was happening because as long as they could buy their cars, get milk at the grocery, and send their kids to school, they didn’t pay much attention.  But I did notice that it has been a source of constant frustration for me during my entire professional life, which started when I was still a teenager.  One thing about me that has always been criticized was that I “shot from the hip” too much.  People would say that I didn’t take careful aim in my life and take my time when shooting at targets.  That, of course, was a metaphor for my thought processes in how I manage things.  To others, I have always been the reckless cowboy who was too impulsive to be trusted.  Yet mysteriously, everything I have always touched succeeded.  I understood it on a conceptual level, but years later, when I would finally write a book about it, I had to understand it.  Like Marx, many people in the world are too lazy to become truly good at anything.  They grow up, they grow lazy, and they are content to be average.  So they bring this attitude to their businesses, and for their lazy minds, Marx was a kindred spirit.  While they wanted to make money in life, they didn’t want to work too hard to get it, so they adopted little bits of socialism along the way to make it so that they wouldn’t have to work too hard.  This point became very obvious to me once I started the sport of professional gunfighting for competitions.  I watched for years how real gunfighters could draw and shoot a gun by drawing from the hip in under a second.  It seemed impossible to me, but I wanted to learn to do it, so I began the learning process, and once I figured it out, all these other elements became very obvious.  Obvious enough to write a book about what I learned.

Shooting from the Hip is Good

One of the premises of communism is equality, which we hear about all the time now that Biden has been inserted in the White House to preserve these gains Marxists have made around the world.  But for equality to indeed happen, we must cripple those who are the best and fastest in life at certain things.  I often compare this metaphor to a hay bail truck full of farm animals traveling down the road at 45 miles per hour.  Up behind them, storming down the highway at 120 miles per hour, is a fancy sports car that can take curves on a dime and run all day long at 200 mph.  Socialist society says that the fancy car has to stay behind the truck because that is the constraint, that is the average, and to be fair, everyone needs to build their life off the average.  The speedy car is supposed to slow down to 45 mph and not pass.  Socialist society creates rules like double yellow lines to keep everyone staying in their lane so that socialism and communism can occur.  However, in America, the rules have always been in reverse.  The fast car was encouraged to pass or have a speed lane to travel in to go as fast as possible.  Speed limits aren’t made for the best and most competent; they are made for the average, the slow, and the lazy-minded.  Those who can’t or won’t think too fast to avoid an accident.  Therefore, the speedy car is penalized and encouraged to be less than it is in a democracy where the majority of the people decide what the average behavior should be.  This is how our businesses have been crippled and how the government has enforced converting America from capitalism to socialism over time.  Through rules and regulations intended to force people to stay in their lanes, not shoot from the hip, and ignite Karl Marx while suppressing Adam Smith.

I’ve always been that guy who shot from the hip, and I’m very proud of it.  Even now that I’m later in my life than when many of these things have been said about me, learning to shoot in Cowboy Fast Draw activities has shown me the essence of becoming better each day.  What seems impossible today may be quite possible tomorrow if only you put a little work into it.  That is what America did best in the past and still is better than anyplace else in the world mired in socialism and communism.  This is also how many of our corporations had become so woke, just as the politicians of England did when scrappy old Karl Marx worked himself to death trying to create a philosophy of government that justified his laziness.  I didn’t feel I could say that based on just my opinions of reading his books.  But I could say it after I sat in his seats and saw the world from all of their perspectives.  Marxism and its birthplace there in London intended to be in the world that hey bail truck going 45 miles per hour.  They created rules in life to protect the feelings of the slow and lazy from the speedy and competent.  And when they called me names like “cowboy” and a person who “shoots from the hip” too much, they might as well have been calling me the most derogatory names humans could call each other, hoping to peer pressure me into accepting average behavior.  But I never will.  Instead, I’ll explain the differences to people with a mind to hear it, and I’m not about to ever accept getting stuck behind slow traffic on the highway.  The goal of all of us should always be to get faster, wiser, and better.  Not to accept the lazy and dim-witted who want to rule the world but are too lazy to do it. 

Rich Hoffman

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China is at War with America: Through their guilt, we see their footprints in the wet paint

The Way China Fights War

The first thing people must understand about war is that for most people, they barely notice.  For instance, during the American Revolution, it was just a few miles to the north of Philadelphia. Americans and British offers commingled at parties and other social events just as Washington’s troops froze at their encampment in Valley Forge.  The residence of Philadelphia primarily played both sides so they could survive whoever eventually won the war.  Just as we see now with the American war with China, it’s an undeclared war, and that’s the way China wants it.  There is a lot of commingling because ordinary people know they need to survive and find a way to appease whoever wins.  And currently, most people, as they did with England during the Revolution, are planning for China to succeed.  So they play along to get along.  There is still open trade between the countries; there are still ownerships that extend between the nations.  The war that China wants to have with America is not one with troops and tanks but in culture.  Their strategy is to replace our culture with their own, so they plan to convince those average people to embrace their culture gradually and through that means to undo America and replace it with Chinese communism. China’s premier book on strategy, The Art of War, lays it all out for everyone to see.  They don’t mean to be friends with us or anyone in the West.  They intend to conquer us and rule over us, implementing their culture at all costs. 

Warfare changed in the world the moment that the radio was invented.  World War II and the various conflicts in the east and Mideast involving communism were carryovers, but war changed.  Before mass communication around the world, which we have today, the goal was to use sheer force to force an opponent into capitulation.  Now, such a surrender of culture can occur through the media, which is why China has invested so heavily into buying up American media and using it to shape our opinions against American capitalism and toward Chinese communism.  Since most of us think of war as planes, tanks, missiles, and troops, we never declared war formally because the war with China has always been about other kinds of means to instigate a capitulation.  Remember the power of Voice of America during the Cold War.  By sending in media to the U.S.S.R from the United States, considerably eroded everyday citizens belief in communism and caused a massive erosion in support for the mother government.  Combined with the outrageous spending Russia involved themselves in to keep up with Reagan’s military buildup, it crushed the nation and communism from that part of the world. 

China and many others worldwide have studied that playbook and are attempting to use it against America.  They have loaned us money to control our debt obligations.  They have purchased property in America to have a vested interest in what goes on in our country.  They have a massive spy network of honeypots raised from unwanted little girls in their culture to subvert the politics of our republic.  They have been hard at work for decades, infiltrating our institutions and bending them toward communism at every turn.  I often tell the story of the Children’s Museum in Indianapolis, Indiana, where one of their most significant exhibits is essentially a brochure for China and their eventual domination of the world’s markets.  The exhibit essentially states, “China will be the next world superpower; better get on board.” People have gradually accepted this to be accurate, making the conquest that much easier. 

The primary strategy they wish to provoke against us is frustration in our republic form of government.  We have designed our way of government in America to work slow, not get in the way of business and commerce too much.  That is one of the keys to our fantastic GDP.  Government works too slow to get into the form of our economic engine.  But communists want to show how efficient a central party rule can be if they go total authoritarian.  Where decisions are made by a few people and are imposed on everyone else without debate.  China wants to tie up our courts; they want to see Republicans fighting Democrats.  They want to see our media in chaos because they want to see our internal strife bringing down capitalism from these forces they have infected with their ideas so that the collapse comes from within, giving them plausible deniability. 

But things have not been good on the China front; they have been caught tampering with our elections in America because they went too far with their tampering.  They don’t care to break American laws.  But in their haste, China has left behind their footprints in the paint they have surrounded themselves with into a corner.  And of course, they have been caught on Covid-19, a manufactured virus they produced in the now-famous Wuhan lab with Dr. Fauci.  They have tried to contain the story with their global media partners of Google and Facebook, but the story has gotten out, just as the information did back in the days of Voice of America. News still gets out, and China has its hands on all kinds of duplicitous activity.  America can’t afford to call them out on it because of our debts, because China has the goods on so many of our politicians and their relationships to the spy network.  There has been a lot of commingling.  I pointed out that during the Revolution, Benedict Arnold was one of Washington’s favorite generals.  But during all that commingling with the British officers, Arnold met a nice girl very sympathetic to England.  So out of love or lust, or both, he betrayed Washington and fought on the side of the English.  It happens all the time.  The only thing that has changed is the way we fight.  Not the intent of the fight.  Many in our present congress have had such relationships, and they are compromised to China, and they can’t fight back, not anymore.  Their hearts are not clean. 

Yet never confuse the matter, the Chinese want to show how slow our republic form of government is and how fast their communist government can act because the flaw in their belief is that government can produce.  That is the failure of all Marxist ideologies.  Marx never figured out that centralized authority could not force fairness on people while still producing on a mass scale.  Marxism never accounted for the personal autonomy of individual free will.  America discovered that and developed it in its own unique way, and the communist government of China knows it cannot win face to face.  They have had to resort to all this double-dealing and internal insurrection as their only means to accomplish their objective.  One of the reasons their mistakes have increased, and they have been exposed is because the Trump economy was threatening to get too far in front of them, destroying their goals of becoming the world’s most dominant economy.  So, they had to take out Trump and did anything they could to do so, starting with the manufactured Covid virus and the election fraud that we are now seeing on the various electronic voting machines around America during the last election.  Ultimately, they plan to capitalize on people’s hatred of Joe Biden, a president they put in place, and to shove Americans toward communism for a solution to all the dysfunction they hear about in the news, much of which is now owned by corporate media loyal to the Chinese change state.  And that is where we are, at war with China and their intent to rule the world with communism.  And nothing else. 

Rich Hoffman

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The Proof of Fake News: Corporate Media shows its cards and intent to destroy America

I am very good friends with several people in the arena who are legislators in state and federal House and Senate positions.  I am also very good friends with people who consider themselves Sovereign Citizens and are so upset with the corporate takeover of America that they renounced their citizenship and exist as “non-people.” I understand their arguments; they have tried to recruit me to their cause many times, declaring that all the property we own doesn’t really belong to us, but to this global corporate cabal, which we have seen emerge out into the open since President Trump was in the White House and was driven out by election fraud in 2020.  Based on what we learned from the Maricopa County, Arizona election audit, we can easily say now there is more than enough proof that fraud was committed on such a scale to insert Joe Biden and remove President Trump illegally.  This has only fed the argument of those who believe as the Sovereign Citizens do.  Of course, the next step in the process is that they’ll take back their property at will, our homes, our cars, our jobs.  But as I’ve told my friends, both up and down the political spectrum, I’ll stand and fight my ground to protect my property.  My property is my property, end of story.  I don’t share.  I do not recognize any global power or any corporate alliance.  When I wrote my new book, The Gunfighter’s Guide to Business, I had all these kinds of people in mind.  Corporate structures can be brought down and disabled, so don’t be afraid of them.  They should instead be afraid of you. Don’t feed them with your fear. 

Yet, I could only think of the Sovereign Citizen argument about corporate structure in the wake of what we learned from Maricopa County in Arizona.  I wondered how or if Fox News would even cover it, which they didn’t much.  Even Sean Hannity kept his shows focused on the border crises and not the election fraud because it was a corporate decision not to open that can of worms, which existed whether anybody acknowledged it or not.  Instead, all the news outlets covered was that Biden gained more votes in the recount than in the original count.  Everyone from CBS News, ABC, Fox, and CNN all covered the Maricopa County results in the same way, pointing to the corporate conspiracy that Alex Jones and the Sovereign Citizens are always talking about.  They say that the corporate cabal is run by a band of demonic hellhounds using the blood ritual of abortion to fuel their evil menace across the earth.  I might otherwise squint with a description like that, but suddenly, it made more sense than any other explanation for the obvious cover-up that mass media was engaged in. 

It’s one thing to say that all news that you disagree with is fake news.  But here, we had obvious evidence that anybody paying attention to could see was an obvious cover-up.  All the news outlets who deliberately tried to mislead their viewers with a faulty count of illegal ballots participated in a crime against America; it was sedition and treason at best, and many worse things.  And it pointed back to the Sovereign Citizen position that nothing we have is ours, that corporate stakeholders could call in our debts anytime they want and enslave us to their will.  And they simply no longer recognized America as anything sovereign.  They didn’t care about our Constitution.  They didn’t care about us.  They were all signed up to this global view of things and were going to take us all there kicking and screaming if need be, and there was nothing we could do about it.  Patriotic Americans did not own these corporate media types after all.  They could care less what happened to America.  They had sold us all out long ago, and the way they covered and participated in election fraud during the 2020 election was proof, all the evidence we needed. 

I waited for a few days after the results were announced to see how the coverage played out. Still, by the middle of the following week, no mainstreamers talked about the election fraud case in Maricopa County, Arizona.  It was, after all, the biggest story in the world, yet nobody wanted to acknowledge it.  The argument that it was a partisan audit was tossed around, but what is happening when primarily Democrats run the elections in blue cities? Isn’t that partisan?  But arguing that the Arizona audit was conducted by conservatives only opens the door to ask whether we should allow Democrats to run any aspect of an official election.  Based on that assumption, we have a lot to talk about regarding what we know.  Yet nobody wanted to discuss the matter where people get their news the most.  Instead, all topics were about getting the jab, about Covid, about the border crises, all of which were problems created by the Biden administration to essentially direct our attention from the real crimes at hand, election fraud that they knowingly participated in to undermine our republic.

It’s one thing to be angry at the media because they don’t cover what we think they should, but election fraud is an issue everyone should be concerned with because there isn’t a country without voter integrity.  And maybe that’s the point. Instead, it’s the most logical point.  Alex Jones and the Sovereign Citizens have been right about that acquisition all along; most of what we see and hear is controlled by a corporate entity for the ownership of some unseen bosses.  But I would say that we don’t have to accept that.  Honestly, we own this country, not some corporate pinheads showing themselves only at Davos every year.  And if anybody thinks they are going to take anything from me, well, that works both ways.  I can break the rules too.  We all can.  We will not be conquered by many corporate hacks using the rules to steal our country and our wealth while we comply and stay in the lane following the rules they gave us.  If they break election law, they deserve to be prosecuted.  Because we either have law and order, or we don’t. 

What we learned from Maricopa County was extremely valuable.  It convinced me that Joe Biden was not elected.  Take away all the emotion, and the facts of the audit speak for themselves.  There were illegal votes counted.  Votes made up in a Wal-Mart parking lot in the back of a van by a couple of dope-smoking losers don’t count.  Dead people can’t vote.  People can’t vote twice.  You can’t tamper with evidence by hacking the voting machines the day before an audit and expect everyone to be OK with it.  Any one of these would have flipped Arizona from Biden to Trump, and everyone in the media knows it.  Yet they all chose the same lie, even Fox News.  And we are better off knowing it now because when you are fighting a hidden enemy who refuses to show themselves in the light of day, this is the way to smoke them out into the open.  And by doing what they did, they are out in the open.  They exist beyond speculation and conspiracy theory.  We can see their network and the menace they intend for our country. 

Rich Hoffman

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Meeting Timothy Zahn: How Comic-Cons predict the future of politics

Predicting the Future by Going to Comic Cons

It’s no different from predicting the weather or an upcoming earthquake.  Some measurements are quite scientific that can be used to measure cultural ability and political sentiment.  For me, those measurements don’t come from the nightly news cycles or the hours of daily talk radio and podcasts, but I learn a lot from places like comic book stores and Comic Cons, such as the one they recently had in Cincinnati during September of 2021.  My daughter is a well-respected artist, and she was at that show and invited me to come on her opening day to help out, which I love to do.  It exposes me to different kinds of people where my age group is not well represented.  Most of the Cincinnati Comic-Con of 2021 were in the 20 to 30-year range.  Last year the event was canceled due to Covid, so I wasn’t sure what we would see.  Happily, the event was a great success, well attended, and there were lots of great costumes elaborately displayed, which I think is wonderful to see.  Mythology at work, where ideas work in people’s minds driving to manifest some form of reality.  From the mind of fantasy to the existence of at least a costume.  When I see that, it tells me that the participants recognize something in these fantasy stories that are attractive to them and care enough about those things to make them into reality.  As I think about the world and the problems that we have in it presently, many of the people in a comic con are at least doing the first step in solving those problems, recognizing that there is one.  Now their recognition may not be rooted in a realistic solution, but the first step in situation solving of any kind is in seeking alternatives to the present reality.  If the world is messed up and these people find comfort in fantasy, well, that says something to me, and I discovered that the Cincinnati Comic Con environment is full of great young minds looking for something positive in their lives.

I have written extensively about Star Wars in the past and how the future progressive problems for the political class currently at work in the world would fall apart.  The latest trilogy of films that have upset Star Wars fans is a perfect barometer for how progressive woke policies are destined to be destroyed in the coming years, especially in the United States.  The America First movement will only pick up steam. The Disney strategy of seeking market expansion in places like China and other places in the world was already showing signs of falling apart before Covid hitting in 2020, paving the way for the United Nations Great Reset.  People, the kind of people who go to Comic Cons, see through a lot of the nonsense.  They don’t care if Disney sells its products to China or some other communist country.  But if they screw around with characters and make them political, well, then there will be trouble.  When Disney and Kathy Kennedy at Lucasfilm decided to kill off Han Solo in the first movie of the new trilogy, they wanted to kill off toxic masculinity and put in his place a girl.  That didn’t go over too well, to replace the gunslinger of space and replace him with a person who had no idea who her parents were and what her job was.  The mistake of Disney to erase the Star Wars past and replace it with some woke, warless future wasn’t going over well with fans.  And they rejected Star Wars sending the studios into a frenzy trying to repair the damage.  Because ultimately, that’s what it always comes down to.  That will undoubtedly be the case in the world regarding electric cars, windmills, health care, and taxes.  Progressive intentions might sound good in an academic setting, but people ultimately decide what they want when it comes to reality. 

A few booths down from where my daughter was, I could see the great Star Wars author Timothy Zahn signing books, all of which I’ve read.  He had his latest book, which I hadn’t yet, book II of the Thrawn Ascendency series, so I went down there to speak with him and talk to him a bit.  It was a rare opportunity, and I couldn’t pass it up.  Now Timothy Zahn is a great guy and a great ambassador for the Star Wars brand with Lucasfilm and Disney, so I’m not going to reveal the contents of our discussion. He’s the creator of the expanded universe.  He started the novel-writing after the movie Return of the Jedi, so I had to ask him how he felt about Disney coming in and screwing it all up by changing the entire story with their dumb movie The Force Awakens.  But I’ve read his Thrawn books since then, and I know where he’s going with this recent series, and after talking to him at the Cincinnati Comic-Con, I am just glad that he’s out there. He’s a great dude, and he and some others now at Lucasfilm with Kathy Kennedy, now pushed into the background, are going to fix up Star Wars and win back their fans.  Listening to him talk only confirmed what I had said about everything 5 or 6 years ago.  And here it was, all happening, just as I said it would.  Zahn held his nose like a lot of people do when they work for big corporations.  I know many people who work at Disney; some are very dear friends who have done the same.  But what I know and have known, which these people suspected also, is that they’d wait out the storm until the corporations learned their lesson and had to adjust to the market conditions. 

Globally, the political hacks think they are in charge and utilize various methods of communism and socialism to regulate all existence.  But when I go to events like these comic cons, it just reminds me that the mind of humankind is still in charge.  The kinds of things people decide to spend their money on and the type of stories they find attractive still indicate what the rest of the world will do.  For instance, even with all their woke corporate policies and insults to Uncle Walt and his frontier America, Disney bent the companies back to facilitate communist China.  But when Disney tried to release their new Marvel movie Shang-Chi to China, the communist country turned them down.  Disney has gone way out of its way to appease China, even sticking Asian characters into Star Wars not because they needed to be but because Disney was sucking up to China.  Well, China sees the wave of the world, and they know that they are in trouble for their part in manufacturing the Covid crises and election fraud, and they are lashing out.  And Disney is the one getting slapped.  Was it worth nearly ruining Star Wars to get a communist government to play nice?  Well, Disney learned too late.  Their actual audience is in America, and they need to cater to that audience.  As I was talking to Timothy Zahn, I saw many Star Wars characters coming up to him looking for an autograph.  I even saw Mara Jade.  But you know what I didn’t see.  Nobody was dressing up as Rose, the Asian girl from The Last Jedi.  The movie that Star Wars fans hate.   What is evident at these kinds of events is that the rest of the world will follow politically.  And the direction will not be toward more totalitarianism.  But to freedom, justice, and the American way. 

Rich Hoffman

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The Freedom of Not Being Afraid: In order to solve problems, you first have to function from a lack of fear

Living a Life Free of Fear

To me, it’s easy if you look at problems clearly.  The trouble is, for most people, 99.9999999% of all people, it’s hard for them to see the issues clearly because there is so much scary stuff that it distorts everything.  But when it’s asked, which has come my way lately, where is our country and how can you be so calm as the world is burning around us, my reply is that our country is right here.  It’s not as bad as they want you to think it is.  The problems are solvable.  Yet to see those solutions takes a level of fearlessness that I’d like to see everyone have.  Because that’s the only way to truly solve a lot of the problems we need to be unraveling is with a traditional American attitude of fearlessness.  The kind of fearlessness that founded the country in the first place.  We have all become so coddled, spoiled by the richness of the past, but now that it’s our turn to be bold and fearless, we have fallen short.  So much so that the kind of fearlessness that I’m talking about seems crazy and unachievable.  But there was a time in America where such boldness was typical and even expected.  I am a product of that kind of America; I have always strived to achieve it.  Maybe it’s because I had two really good sets of grandparents from that age where being scared of every little thing was looked down upon in society.  Then in my life, I took that fearless pursuit to extremes, and I have lived to talk about it.  Whatever it is, I do dedicate a significant portion of my life to helping people achieve it, especially influence leaders.  Ultimately if we want to solve some of these problems, we must approach them without fear to focus our attention on solutions, as I talk about in the video above.

I would offer to save a lot of time and blood, not fighting every evil creature in some noble blood sport. Instead, I would recommend getting your CCW and start carrying a gun around with you everywhere.  It will make you feel a lot better about things.  Carrying a gun is the best way to protect the Constitution and to stand with law and order.  I don’t say such a thing to encourage you to shoot your way out of a parking lot trying to get groceries for your family.  When I put my gun on every day and take it off at night, I never think of shooting another person.  It is just good to know that it’s there for those just in case moments.  It helps take away the fear of the unknown and allows your mind to think about solving problems because you have the luxury of surviving every day and gaining the ability to think and solve problems.  As simple as that might sound, it’s rare to have people not in a panic over every little trouble.  The recent Covid scare from our government could encourage us to panic into giving away our freedoms.  Or it could be that our best friend is refusing to invite someone to a shared dinner party because there is a disagreement over the color of paint on a new car.  Fear is usually the driver of chaos, and when other people want to control you, they use some fear to inspire your decision-making process.  So, when I talk about being fearless, I mean to remove those emotions from your mind so that you can think your way out of the troubles of the day.

The foundation argument of gun control, for instance, is that we don’t need Constitutional limits on the powers of government and that we can trust a centralized authority to keep us safe and secure.  Well, the argument went on like that for years until we saw the unequivocal truth in 2020 up to the present.  People are scared because it’s grossly apparent that we can’t trust our government with much of anything.  The government needs to be kept on its toes, and an armed public is a great way to do that.  It lets them know that their powers are granted, not taken, and to remain honest, they need that threat present.  Hopefully, nobody ever must use force against their government to maintain their safety in the world, but the government requires that pressure to act following the rules of our nation; otherwise, they drift into the kind of chaos they are in now.  The simple solution to the problem is to remind them they are not in charge but only represent us on our behalf.  And we will take that power away from them if they show they can’t handle the responsibility.  The fear we have now is that we can see we must do something about these problems in the world, so now we wonder if we dare to do it.  In defense of itself, the government is throwing trouble at us, hoping to derail our sense of justice, and it’s been working.  Yet, in essence, it’s straightforward.  They need to be reminded who is in charge, and it’s not them.  And without guns or a gun culture, they have nothing to fear from the people of our republic, so they misbehave. 

I used to go around willing to fight hand to hand with anybody, and there are many stories to tell over time.  But once I made more money and could afford them, I just started carrying guns with me everywhere.  Who wants to get all bloody in a fight when you can defend yourself with a gun?  Once I started carrying around a gun everywhere, and big guns at that, I found my mind to be much calmer about things than it used to be.  You no longer had to waste time thinking about fighting other people; you could shoot an attacker and get on with your life.  Now the government people would say that we should not have a society where fighting is necessary.  They suggest in liberal circles that we can manage conflict out of our lives.  But these are the same people who will fight a dog groomer over the haircut of their little white poodles and make a big deal about it and getting so mad that they refuse to give the dog groomer a second chance.  Or they get angry at the attractive woman at a dinner party that their husband looks at a little too long.  So, they seek to ruin her socially, economically, and in any other way, they can get to her.  When they suggest some utopia where humans won’t engage in conflict, they have never seriously moved to solve the source of conflict.  And I would propose they never will.

The true answer to dealing with people and conflict is not to allow fear to enter the relationship by making it so that they cannot move against you because you are carrying a gun.   Just knowing that will often resolve a lot of conflicts before it ever gets started.  And in the case of taking back our government, it is the first step in defending our Constitution, which is meant to limit government power.  Not to give it more.  The gun and you carrying it is a proclamation that you are in charge and that the government works for you.  Not the other way around.  Once you start with that angle, you will find that things in the world get much more straightforward.

Rich Hoffman

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Sheriff Jones: A National Treasure of Butler County

I really like what Joe Statzer and others are doing in Butler County to get some official media to cover all the good officeholders concentrated in the northern suburbs.  With their new YouTube channel True Spoken GOP, Joe has collected several interviews with stars of the GOP and future stars.  And yes, I think stars is the right word because it takes a lot of guts to put themselves out there and work the ropes in ways many people have no idea about to make the world a little bit better.  We work hard in Butler County, Ohio, to make its government-run well, and at the top of that star-driven pyramid is Sheriff Jones, who is world-famous.  I am very proud to have him as our sheriff because if he wasn’t, it’s likely that things would have been much worse during these Covid overreaches that we have seen out of the DeWine administration and, ultimately, the Biden administration.  Sheriff Jones has held firm, and recently, he gave an excellent speech at Big Bul’s in Ross, Ohio that was a lot of fun.  I recorded a few sections of it for my article, but I had wanted to hear it again.  Thankfully, Joe and the great people operating True Spoken GOP captured it pretty much intact and put it up, which I think is worth sharing. It’s people like Sheriff Jones who will stand up to any communist infusion first coming from the Biden administration.  But over our shores and beyond our borders, there are schemes and plots from the Davos crowd working with China to overthrow America’s influence worldwide.  And it can look pretty scary, that is until you go to one of these GOP events and Sheriff Jones speaks.  When he does, suddenly, the world makes a lot more sense. 

Sheriff Jones Speaking at Big Bul’s in Butler County

I can’t get to every event, but I try to go to as many as possible.  I have been participating in more GOP events lately because there is a real political need to help in some of these areas, and I do what I do to help.  I see it as a community thing, in helping shape the kind of government we want.  Sometimes money isn’t enough, nor is it just volunteering. Occasionally other items are needed, and with the way things are right now, people are required to help make things better.  We can’t just sit around and complain about how we’d like things to be.  We need to help make them better, and as I say often, politics is like a blood sport.  Competition makes it better, but sometimes even with the heat of the pressure, there needs to be some strategy that everyone can agree on.  And sometimes, like that event at Big Bul’s, it’s just nice to sit back and let other people talk and to show everyone that there is more of a fighting chance at surviving the problems of the present without losing ourselves along the way.  That night Sheriff Jones opened up for a speech by Corey Lewandowski, and for the audience, it was something they needed.  Both speakers are part of the inner workings of the Trump campaign.  Sheriff Jones has been to the White House a few times and worked directly with Trump, and that night, people wanted to be close to Trump, and Sheriff Jones was a suitable representative.  It was a good night.

I remember the night well when things looked bad for Trump, a few days after the Access Hollywood  blast from the mainstreamers sought to kill Trump’s campaign right before the election in 2016.  I was at the US Bank Arena in Cincinnati, which was filled to the top with about 19,000 people.  I had to do an overseas meeting with some people I work with at the same time that Sheriff Jones was speaking before Trump arrived, and he was so loud I had a hard time finishing the call.  There was no place in US Bank Arena that I could go to where I could hear the other people.  Sheriff Jones was so loud that night.  But I wasn’t mad.  I managed through it.  I was more grateful that Jones had the guts to stick with Trump during a tough week.  It looked like our hopes of getting Trump was going to fall short and that we’d be stuck with Hillary Clinton.  But Sheriff Jones showed up with Rudy Giuliani, and they lit up the audience before the arrival of Trump.  And once Trump did arrive, after that evening, I felt that he was still going to win, no matter what the media was telling us.

That’s how it felt at Big Bul’s during that speech that Sheriff Jones gave there.  He went around the audience beforehand and shook everyone’s hand.  I had a chance to talk to him a bit.  We both love our cowboy hats, and I had just picked up a new one from a recent trip out west to Jackson Hole, which he noticed.  And I just felt proud at that moment to have Jones in our corner within Butler County.  Some brutal battles have been fought over the years, and he’s always a reminder that good does beat evil. That’s how I felt before the speech.  After the speech, I felt even more confident than I did after the US Bank Arena speech that we would win this modern tragedy involving the Biden administration and a global cabal who wants to destroy everything it means to be American.  That night at Big Bul’s, the real Americans showed up on a steamy evening in August of 2021 and drew a line in the sand.  We weren’t going to be conquered by the progressive left.  We were going to stand up to them and do what we had to do.  But for a moment in time, we’d crack some jokes, shake hands with one another, then we’d pull down our hats and do what had to be done. 

Sheriff Jones has been a great warrior in Butler County.  I hope to have him for a sixth term, or perhaps even a seventh.  I hope we have him for sheriff for many more years.  But I am grateful for the times we have had.  It’s mainly because of him that we do have good officeholders in Butler County. He’s done an excellent job of leading by example and exerting influence leadership in the blood sport of politics.  Because in the end, we have won a lot more than we’ve lost, and we have survived to tell stories about it.  And I have a feeling even many years from now; there will still be stories of Sheriff Jones and the leadership he provided when the community needed it most, as hope looked like it was fading.  Only for us to realize that we were only a joke or two from beating back the progressive advances of a maleficent force of antagonists who want to destroy everything we stand for.  But not so fast, not at Big Bul’s in Ross, Ohio with our white-hatted sheriff, a direct connection to President Trump who has been exiled from the White House, only to return, with all our help, to retake our country and push out the thieves caught trying to steal it.  Revenge is coming, but that doesn’t mean we have to take things too seriously.  There will be time for that later.  Now, while the time comes near, it’s the mark of a good leader to know how to ease people’s minds with a bit of laughter and camaraderie.

Rich Hoffman

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Larry Elder is Going to Win in California: Its all about punishing Gavin Newsom, and more will follow

Larry Elder is going to Win in California

Hey, don’t fret so much. Don’t let the opposition to America make you feel like the situation is desperate.  Remember, I told everyone at the start of all this, the day after the Election of 2020, that we’d sort all this out and things would make sense.  But the panic, purposely driven, would outpace the solutions.  It would take time to untangle the mess, but we certainly would, and now we are starting to see some of those sentiments emerging.  Gavin Newsom is losing in California; everything points to a recall of his terrible state handling.  He knows it, the Biden administration knows it, and the media knows it, which is why the pressure against Larry Elder is cranking up so intensely.  But I’m saying it’s too late.  Short of the actual election and the very real reality of election fraud, the hatred of Gavin Newsom in what he created himself is set in stone. That’s why there’s a recall election because Newsom has done such a terrible job as governor, and he abused people too much during the Covid pandemic.  He used his power, and now it’s time to pay for it.  Even though what the media is showing is the latest from Don Henley’s “Dirty Laundry,” the truth is that good people are finally getting a chance to stick up for themselves with a vote.   Even Democrats are jumping away from Newsom in these final days of his administration.  And because of that, and no matter what Larry Elder may or may not have done in his life, he’s the one with the name ID, and in a race with over 40 other contenders, he’s by default going to be the one who gets the most votes in that California system.  So he’ll likely be the governor within a few weeks, and California can join Texas, Florida, and South Dakota as some of the best Republican-run states and save themselves from liberal doom, endless forest fires, degrading economics, and an out of control social safety net. 

Newsom is poised to be the first of many governors to pay for their mistakes made during Covid.  Americans are tolerant because they are free, and they are law and order types who will do what’s right so long as they trust the people defining right.  When Trump was President, and he locked down the economy because Dr. Fauci and Bill Gates told him he needed to, people listened.  They did the social distancing.  They put on the dumb masks.  They did what the government led by Mike Pence’s special team told them to do.  The Trump team wanted to solve the problem of Covid, and they bought the CDC approach of spending 15 days to stop the spread at the time.  Trump was trying to get the economy opened by Easter of 2020. People followed out of their good nature because they sincerely believed that Covid was a legitimate issue needing government supervision.  But as we quickly learned, Covid was an invention of the World Health Organization guided by China itself who had our own NIH wrapped around their finger.  Covid wasn’t about a virus at all, but it was all about the Davos plan to provoke a great economic reset, as they termed it, and several liberal governors knew all about it ahead of time.  Gavin Newsom was one of them, and he quickly took his state in a radical left direction.  Mike DeWine from Ohio was another, surprising only that he called himself a Republican.  Other governors such as Andrew Cuomo from New York also turned full tyrant. These governors locked down their people and their economies in unreasonable ways well into the summer and into the fall, well past the election. 

We all learned too late that the goal in America was to use Covid to change the rules of the election, which gave Democrats an opportunity to cheat in massive ways.  Earlier in the year, Mike DeWine did that very thing with a Republican primary that he was indifferent to the cost to the candidates, which sent chills down the spines of people who could see what was happening.  It was a dark time indeed and was very scary.  It still is because we learned that we couldn’t trust people we thought we could.  In Newsom’s case, he might have been a Democrat. Still, the hypocrisy that he displayed and his hunger for power went well beyond party lines and into the soul of the average American who distains that kind of display publically.  It scared people, the influence these governors utilized so quickly under the guise of Covid safety protocols.  And people went to their corners to plot the demise of these governors because they weren’t going to put up with that kind of behavior any time.  For the governors, they had bought the momentum of the Great Reset and thought that the change state of Covid would be permanent and that there would be a new normal for which they would escape prosecution.  But in Ohio, the senate got together early in 2021 and took away DeWine’s power through emergency health orders which are why Ohio hasn’t been forced to adopt all the current CDC nonsense.  And other states are doing similar acts to cap off the power of their out-of-control powers.  Last week, Andy Beshear of Kentucky had to remove his mask mandates due to the Supreme Court stepping in and forcing him to do so.  Now California, out of all places, which is a stronghold of liberalism, is turning against their governor to remove him from office. 

When California goes down, and New York has already lost their governor to sexual abuse issues, think what that will do to Democrats everywhere.  When Kamala Harris doesn’t hit the campaign trail to help Newsom out, it tells you everything you need to know.  Of course, the Biden administration wants to hide behind a mask and the debacle of Afghanistan.  The honesty of their incompetence is too much for them.  Not that they screwed Afghanistan up so badly on purpose, but like in the case of Andrew Cuomo getting busted for sexual harassment, it is better than being removed from office for nursing home murders.   Nobody wants to think of the families of their loved ones who had to watch behind windows forbid to even hold their hands into death because of CDC Covid restrictions.  Cuomo getting out of office over grabbing some ass is a concession that is too good for any governor.  But justice is happening; it’s just not occurring in some cinematic fashion.  We expect things to be tied up in a nice knot as we see in our movies, but in reality, it’s more like a book.  The endings are complicated over several chapters, not just the last 15 minutes of a 2-hour film.  I knew we’d get to this point, and the bad guys are going to be punished.  In the case of Newsom, his state will recall him from power because he abused his authority.  And the people do and will exercise that power within the law if they have the chance.  If that chance is taken from them, then they’ll do it at gunpoint.  January 6th was nothing.  And the government has grossly abused its power in holding people without due process in that case.  These things are only stacking up, but payment will be demanded by those who employ these politicians.  They won’t put up with being pushed around.  California is just the first.  There will be more, and that is the state of the future.  

Rich Hoffman

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