The Legal Liability of the Government on E.O. 14042: When our quality of business life decreases, the Biden administration is directly to blame

The Government is Liable for Business Losses Due to their Bad Decisions

Not many people, including most lawyers, have had time to break down Joe Biden’s ridiculously unconstitutional Executive Order 14042, which my nickname for it is 4th down and 1.  It’s about as serious as a football team that is on 4th down, and they only need 1 yard for a conversion, so they perform a hard count hoping to draw the other team offsides and get a five-yard penalty.  They have no intention to throw the ball or run a play, and they hope that in such a way, they can trick their opposition into giving them some free yards on the down and distance because the government has no right even to issue Executive Order 14042.  It is all a bluff to see how much the government can trick people into getting vaccinated off a virus that global conspirators created in a Wuhan lab to remove an American president from office.  Also, there is further trouble from the Biden administration. As it looks now, based on the early auditing process, the Biden presidency was illegal and will have to be undone.  Biden can’t issue tissue paper because it was the media that called the election for him.  States not ever having to face a challenge in the certification process didn’t know what to do.  Mike Pence called Dan Quayle of all people for legal advice on what to do on January 6th.  Looking back, the states should have taken care of certifying their election because massive voter fraud under cover of covid is what put Biden in the White House.  He was not elected by the people but by laziness, deception, and trickery.   So there are lots and lots of problems with Biden’s E.O. 14042.  Lots and lots and more lots, legally, ethically, and historically. 

But what’s fascinating about the whole thing is just how stupid the government is as an institutional entity under the Biden administration and its waves of progressive administrators.  Most of the focus of the Biden vaccine mandate has been spent on the clause forcing any company with more than 100 employees to comply.  Yet, the biggest and most challenging hit came to federal employees in some way or another and all their sub-tier contractors.  If you even smell the work for which the federal government touches, the vaccine mandate is a real threat. There is no short-term legal answer to presenting terrible problems for most employers in the United States.  Recently the FAR flow downs have been passed down the supply chains, and we now have some idea what the federal government was thinking and what they signed up for.  There is a very reckless clause in the FAR that instructs employers what the method of compliance will be, which puts the burden of massive failure squarely on the federal government’s back, which is worth a logical discussion. 

Nestled a few paragraphs down from the FAR I saw from NASA is a section that states, “These safeguards will decrease the spread of Covid-19, which will, in turn, decrease worker absences, reduce labor costs, and improve the efficiency of contractors and subcontractors performing work for the Federal Government.” So there it is, and there is a lot wrong in those few little sentences that set up the federal government for a load of lawsuits.  First of all, there are declarative statements about Covid as a whole.  Colin Powell just died the other day of Covid, or so they say.  Yet, he was vaccinated.  Getting a vaccination is not a protection from Covid 19, so the government lied in their reasoning.  As of the time of the writing, they would have known they were lying as well.  So that’s a problem.  But worse than that, the government states that the purpose of the vaccination mandate is to keep schedules to the Federal Government. By reducing people from getting sick from Covid, they will help improve attendance. 

As we know, as a direct result of the Covid vaccine, employers have had to take on the burden of government office instead of focusing on their core competencies and have turned their human resource departments into compliance centers for enforcement.  The government pushed companies to do what they had no legal right to do, which is why I said that this is a bluff similar to football on a 4th and 1.  In reaction, instead of people jumping offsides as the government hoped, people have dug in, and some, enough to cause significant problems, have taken themselves out of the employment game.  This has been most noticeable in the news over seaport supply chains and Southwest Airlines.  Employees are just refusing to be told to get the shot.  Not all employees, but anywhere around 7 to 10% is enough to screw up companies’ business models and slow them down to a crawl, which has clogged up supply chains everywhere.  The government has once again cost millions of dollars in damage to companies with their interference and activism.  And those losses should be recoverable as damages by the government because of how the FAR was written.  The intention of the federal government was just the opposite, the way they sold it.  It was supposed to reduce lost time action by employees and help stabilize the supply chain due to Covid call-offs.  Oops.  

Even if all this Covid stuff is just a cover story for hiding election fraud, or the results of a completely incompetent administration trying to implement United Nations Marxism into America through change state strategy, the responsibility for the failure still falls on the federal government.  The people, employers, and employees did nothing to deserve this disaster; it’s all the federal government.  Biden got himself in trouble with poll numbers; he wanted to be a tough guy with this Covid vaccine mandate and hope to draw companies offsides.  Many of them were hungry to comply, but the workers refused to play along, and now the combination of efforts has torpedoed the American economy. I can’t wait for that jobs report in October and November; Joe Biden should enjoy those.  But he only has himself to blame.  Yet when people wonder why things are getting so bad out there and why they are much worse under the Biden administration as opposed to Trump, they forget about politics, look at the results between the two presidents, and everything becomes obvious.

The Biden Marxism and authoritarian approach have killed any recovery that was possible coming out of Covid lockdowns, which of course, has never been adequately admitted to.  The real question is, why did we have Covid in the first place?  Why was the NIH funding it, and why isn’t Dr. Fauci in jail?  But the mistakes that have cascaded off Covid have been disastrous.  The Trump administration did a good job even under detrimental conditions.  The Biden people, they can’t get out of their own way.   The Biden vaccine mandate for them was all about testing to see if they could get away with a massive overreach of the American constitution.  But now, they have crippled their own recovery.  It hurts us all, but the blame is squarely on the Biden government.  Some of this has, of course, been on purpose.  But the results of E.O. 14042 have been historically disastrous.  History will never forget the intent that was shown by the government and the reaction by the public.  Americans are not compliant Chinese.  We weren’t going to jump offsides and give the government a free first down.  And because we didn’t, the government is left holding all the losses, and we will pin it on them, forever.  

Rich Hoffman

Click to buy The Gunfighter’s Guide to Business

Herbie was a Communist: Learning how our corporations in America were taken over by the United Nations

Herbie was a Communist

I had to write the book, The Gunfighter’s Guide to Business because I had read hundreds of self-help books and books on business strategy, administration, and process improvement, and they were all wrong in some little way.  Wrong is, of course, a point of view, but when we wonder why our companies have become so “woke,” we must understand why.  We must understand why the Chamber of Commerce types are so bent toward the United Nations and not the United States, and we must know how we arrived where we are, how to get out of it, and toward more of an America First policy.  One of the most important books that are most popular among process improvement consultants in business is called The Goal.  If you go into the office of most business consultants, you will find it in their libraries. It’s been out since the 1980s and has paralleled the Lean Manufacturing methods that have migrated out of Toyota Management Processes and TQCs and all kinds of Eastern business philosophy acronyms.  Through a combination of The Goal, and books like The Machine that Changed the World, which evolved out of Deming consulting in Japan, Americans have been tricked into going against their nature of innovation and aggression as a capitalist enterprise.  Out of a United Nations desire for accepting global commerce, global supply chains, and global thinking, these methods have been introduced to American business for all kinds of strictly political reasons.  Because of that trend, I felt there needed to be an American answer.  I have been teaching the methods talked about in all these books for over three decades, and given where the world is today, its time to point out the flaws in the thinking and assert ourselves in western civilization toward the objectives of retaking the leadership role in the world, from an America First perspective.

I enjoy The Goal; it is an excellent thought experiment for managers looking to improve their processes.  It can work fine if the only other alternative is chaos.  From my perspective, and this has always been my opinion of the work, it was a soft sell of communism to the corporate world from the author selling capitalism but functioning as a Marx-driven radical.  So, it’s no surprise that executives who read the book and study it in detail think they are performing as profit-driven capitalists. They are drooling communists tricked into a global conspiracy based on their lack of knowledge of history and global intentions.  The Goal is all about solving plant-wide manufacturing problems, but in essence, it’s about Constraint Theory, knowing your constraints, and working within those limits toward ultimate efficiency.  I have a radically different view of Constraint Theory than most everyone else in the world, especially people who practice consulting primarily because they don’t understand the essence of what a “constraint” is or what the history of acquiring it was. 

In The Goal, we are told a story about a bunch of Boy Scouts hiking a 10-mile trail, and among them is an overweight kid struggling to keep up with the others by the name of Herbie.  The story’s theme is that all the other hikers need to realize that Herbie is their constraint and that they should have been measuring what they can do as a group based on what Herbie could do. Otherwise, they were supposed to bend their processes to the limits of their weakest link.  So it is said in business, figure out who your “Herbie” is, and you’ll understand your actual capacity.  Well, this has always bothered me.  My way of dealing with the “Herbies” of life is to tell him to lose weight or find someone faster and more robust than he is to do the job.  But you see, what is taught in corporate politics is that Herbie isn’t to be discriminated against.  There are all kinds of woke rules to protect people like Herbie from being pushed out of their comfort zone.  Labor unions particularly seek out to employ people like Herbie, natural constraints that slow down a process.  Never is the emphasis on speeding something up.  So, by default, when corporate leaders read books like The Goal and The Machine that Changed the World, they believe that they are in the business of managing their constraints in diminishing increments.  Not to seek to improve those constraints.  But to live with them.

In a roundabout way, the government has brought communism into our corporate cultures in this way then used that compliance culture to attack our Constitutional parameters for which a society functions.  All “at will” employment thus falls under some form of communist control that we all accept in increments because most of us must work somewhere, and as we do, we lower our guard to these subtle attacks on our way of government on the front end.  Then in corporate culture, instead of hiring managers to improve the Herbies of the world, we hire managers and CEOs to mitigate against the compliance mandates that government imposes on us through excessive rules and regulations.  Now you can see why the Chamber of Commerce organizations across America were against any vaccine freedoms for individuals.  They wish to protect an organization’s ability to defend themselves from more government compliance by backdooring the American Constitution through a company’s HR department.  What makes my book different from all other books on this subject matter is that I specifically deal with these kinds of challenges because nobody I have read has ever gone to these levels of thinking on the issue.  It’s one thing to identify your constraints and, in using Lean Manufacturing, getting everyone in an organization to understand what reality is.  But in The Goal, determining reality is accepting that Herbie is an overweight kid who has a hard time walking 10 miles on a hike.  But my attitude is that Herbie needs to lose the weight to keep up with the other kids on that hike.  The faster kids who can walk the 10 miles should not be penalized.  That is why The Goal is communist propaganda, whether it was intended to be or not. 

Nobody, especially most Chambers of Commerce, wants to think of themselves as communists.  They think of communists as authoritarian overlords in a military uniform in some broke Central American countries or failed Russia.  But the way the work of Karl Marx drove communism survived into this new age remix was to appear as a capitalist boon but to use the mask of global trade and global partnerships to spread communism around the world, as they had always planned.  Just change the name of communism to capitalism and make it appear that the effort was to increase profits, not to hinder productivity by giving the means of production over to the government to control. You have your modern scam unfolded before you.  And I intend to show people how to get out of that mess.  It’s not easy to change the culture of something so embedded in our thoughts and actions.  But that’s what The Gunfighter’s Guide to Business does.  The Herbie story is just the tip of the iceberg.   It goes much deeper than what we’ve talked about here.  But it’s a start.

Rich Hoffman

Click to buy The Gunfighter’s Guide to Business

The World Bet Against America: What Edward Abilene and other socialists never figured out

The World Bet Against America, Bad Decision

Another reason I felt I had to write The Gunfighter’s Guide to Business is because many people consider America a great place, but they don’t understand why.  I thought I had always understood its essence, but how its evolution played out on the world stage leading up to some of the monstrosities we see in our current events, people didn’t have the proper context to grasp what was happening.  To write the book, I needed to visit some places to confirm my thoughts, and one of them was the Buffalo Bill Center of the West in Cody, Wyoming.  I was after the essence as to what made America tick, and to get there; I needed to step back to before the progressive era and into the end of the reign of Queen Victoria to put my finger on it.  I would say that I discovered what I needed to, not just at the Buffalo Bill Center. Still, I visited along the way in many places, including the area where Wild Bill Hickok was shot in Deadwood and exploring the reasons for the murder, which is compelling.  For me, these events told the story of today, how we got here and what was wrong with it.  These discoveries certainly made it into my book, a unique collection of thoughts about American business and why they so quickly outwork other industries in the world.  And why there is so much global jealousy toward America.  It’s not something we did, but instead, it’s that we left the world behind, and like a jealous lover, they can’t get over it.  Well, I can say that the Buffalo Bill Center of the West gets it, and I honestly think that all youth in America should go there and study.  It would do them a whole lot more good than in going to their first year of college.  The same holds for all Americans and people worldwide who make the pilgrimage to that Center to touch the essence of Americana as Buffalo Bill showed it to the world at the turn of the last century. 

I always warn my kids about Liberal Springs (Yellow Springs, Ohio) because Antioch College is such a liberal institution that attracts all the dope-smoking hippies and other progressive degenerates.  It’s one of the most liberal areas in all of Ohio, made that way by the college that has been there for so long.  Most Americans have been made to feel guilty for passing judgment on a place of higher education, that is until recently.  But in the case of Yellow Springs, they would have saved themselves a lot of pain if they had been willing to call bad, bad from the beginning.  One of my daughters and her husband wanted to go up to Clifton Gorge to hike, and to get there; they stopped by Yellow Springs to get a Coke.  Because my daughter wasn’t wearing a Covid compliance mask, the server there refused to serve her and wanted her to leave.  After some dispute, my daughter went to McDonald’s next door to get her Coke, and they proceeded to hike at the Gorge.  While there, resting on a rock along the trail, a mall cop type of park ranger wanted to give them a citation for getting off the path by a few feet.  After more debate, they were told to leave.  The area of Yellow Springs had heard the Biden dog whistle and was moving toward full authoritarian, the kind of world liberals want for all of us.  Instead, my kids left the area, returned home, and went to a place much more conducive to their personalities, Premier Shooting in West Chester.  They spent the rest of the day there shooting and enjoying themselves with like-minded people who had not become corrupted by liberalism. 

The reason for that little story and the tie back to the Buffalo Bill Center of the West is that Edward Abilene had toured America with the daughter of Karl Marx in the late 1800s to measure the temperature the new nation would have for socialism.  Abilene had a strange attraction to Buffalo Bill in trying to understand Americans, which is why that Center was critical to understanding how Europe saw America.  At that time, Americans weren’t considered a threat, so England appeased the Buffalo Bill show the way a parent might indulge a child putting on a magic show for the first time, with a pat on the head and some upper lip encouragement.  But what they saw was a raw example of masculinity and weapons work that had conquered the wild frontier that had a new kind of art and culture to display, industry, endurance, tenacity, and courage.  The men of English society were more than a little threatened when English women were clamoring for these Buffalo Bill types, just as England as an empire was well on the decline.  They thought that America had no art, no history, no culture, and Europe was far superior.  They convinced many Americans to chase after the European standard and copy their religions, their colleges for higher learning, and other aspects of culture.  That is how the liberal was created in America.  Many other Americans like those in the Buffalo Bill show were new and mysterious in the world. They were not just attractive; they might become the most dominant organization of people on the face of the planet.  That was a threat to Europe and the old powers, and they have been anxious about it ever since. 

Liberals in America started creating colleges in the United States, like the one in Yellow Springs, to bring European culture to the new country.  Not so much to help America but to slow down its growth and ambitions.  During his tour of America and his relationship with Buffalo Bill, Abilene realized that Americans were looking for recognition from the old world the way a child seeks the approval of a parent.  So the plan to bring socialism to America was through such a process of shared art and culture.  Since then, America has had a restrictor plate applied to it, slowing it down to Europe’s liking.  It has also created a kind of subclass of European in the American liberal that is all the cause of conflict to this very day.  Such as the waitress in Yellow Springs who refused to serve my daughter a Coke or the overly zealous park officer at Clifton Gorge.  Americans have been made to feel guilty for all their ambitions and lack of culture, which Europe provided in exchange for a limiting relationship that has hindered America’s growth.  Now that all the cards are on the table and true feelings about each other have been revealed since Trump became president, it’s time to review all these relationships and decide how to move forward.  I would propose to leave the world behind and to force them to catch up if they want by adopting capitalism.  That would solve many of the problems in the world.  No government can provide that solution; it has to come from individuals who set the bar high and force the world to live up to it.  It might be a nightmare for Europe and Asia, but it is the way of the future, and for anybody curious about it, the Buffalo Bill Center of the West tells the story in ways that no place else does.   The world has bet on liberalism.  But what America created is what everyone wants, so that bet toward China will fall short because it’s not the best. 

Investors like Ray Dalio and companies like Walt Disney may have invested everything assuming that the world would turn back to the old and that hierarchical power would resume its work globally.  For them, they picked China and have hedged themselves behind that decision.  But, they should have read my book, The Gunfighter’s Guide to Business.  It would have saved them billions and trillions of dollars in lost revenue, which they will experience over the next decade.  I can understand their anxiety, but it’s their fault for not understanding what America was and thinking they could change it through academic means.  The Buffalo Bill Wild West show led to a yearning for freedom that created the country despite the world’s governments, and those forces are still at play.  Peer pressure isn’t going to return Americans to the grip of the old world. Instead, the entire government of America could be stripped away, including those compliant losers in Yellow Springs, yet Americans would still have an incredibly high GDP.  It was always a mystery to Edward Abilene and other Marxists who wanted to take over America and still do.  But they won’t be successful.  To understand why the Buffalo Bill Center of the West shows it.  Or, you can read my book, The Gunfighter’s Guide to Business

Rich Hoffman

Click to buy The Gunfighter’s Guide to Business

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

The Gunfighter’s Guide to Business
Click to buy The Gunfighter’s Guide to Business

We Have to Stand Up to our Bullies: Mean Tweets were what kept peace in the world

We Have to Stand Up to Bullies

I know it from years of professionalism, and most people with common sense understand it, too; you don’t sacrifice effectiveness for niceness.  Now in a leadership role, I think the most effective communication is with honey rather than vinegar.  People are more willing to do things in their life of their own free will if given a chance.  However, they often need leadership to help them figure out what that is.  And they often need a kick in the pants to reside beyond their sense of laziness to aim for higher things in life.  It is up to leadership to define the goals of an organization.  How people get on board with that strategy is up to them.  But complacency and drag assing are not options.  Often there will be resistance to the goals established by a leader, and sometimes, they will have to employ methods of motivation that might be boisterous or otherwise.  This is not the same as being a bully.  Our culture understands this subtle nature well; we’ve seen it in movies like Back to the Future.  We all have our Biffs in life and could cheer on George McFly when he punched the bully in the face at the end of the movie to win his future wife and start a good life for himself.  We see it every year in The Christmas Story where Ralphie gets tired of getting picked on by a group of bullies coming home from school, and he beats the crap out of one of them, which solved that problem forever.  In my own life, I poked a big-time bully in the eye with a pair of scissors when I was in the first grade.  I had to, and yes, I got into a lot of trouble.  But you can bet that it was worth it; it changed many things for me for the better.  There are many bullies in the world, and the focus of our academia has been to avoid conflict, which has only empowered them.  And it was the wrong approach.  From his years of experience, Trump understood what leadership was supposed to look like, and we saw it daily in what was called “mean Tweets.” But look what happened in the world when he could no longer provide those mean Tweets; when Twitter took down his account and through election fraud, he was removed from office.  How is the world doing now?

Even George McFly Learned His Lesson

We all had our stories of bullies when we were young, and we either dealt with it or looked for some protection in group behavior to hide from them.  And yes, it’s that simple in the world.  Those who never learned to fight back against their bullies joined groups such as political parties to do their dirty work for them.  It is clear to all that the Democrat Party has offered a chance to be a bully on their behalf with collective salvation.  We see it in our businesses when consensus-building exercises stifle any attempts to impose work standards by a strong leader.  People who want to hide their timidity usually do so by hiding in groups, and from there, much evil is launched.  Humans trying to avoid this reality have built every part of their civilization around the idea of a democracy for just this very reason, to hide their lack of courage, leadership, and zeal for day-to-day life.  With a democracy, pack hunting, they believe they can hide their soft souls from the world and do OK, just as long as they are not exposed as phonies.  They go to school to get pieces of paper that tell the world that they have proven their worth academically.  They join clubs so that others will say they are notable within the context of the group.  They do anything and everything to hide the fact that when they had a chance to punch their version of a bully in the face, they didn’t, and they grow up bowing to every kind of corruption that there is because they essentially are terrified of conflict.

But most people understand the value of leadership, so we put President Trump in office because he had a reputation of standing up to bullies and fighting back.  We saw it on television and read about it in the media for several decades, so we gave him a chance, and it worked out great.   America First was a plan people could rally behind.  The world was not acting aggressively toward the United States in any way.  Trump had brought peace to the world one mean Tweet at a time and survived what aggressions were thrown his way by an endless stream of media and activist groups.  It didn’t matter, Trump was successful every day he was in office, and the world was better off for it.  Many who didn’t like him felt the way they did because they were averse to conflict, not that Trump did anything wrong.  People felt that Trump should have been more “presidential,” which is just short of saying, “we want to steal your lunch money, so let us do it.” It said more about the state of other people’s minds than it did of Trump.  People showed by electing him twice that they wanted leadership in the world, not the collective shield of group-oriented behavior.  People in America wanted to win at life, and to do that, leadership needs to be present to set the objectives.  And once those objectives were set, people also needed to be pushed to achieve those goals.  We had that type of President over the last four years, and America was winning.  Look what happened in just seven months after it was taken away.  The world is literally on fire from every quarter of it. 

Ralphie Gets Its!

We could talk all day about the malcontents around the world who want a weak American president.  Without leadership, the bullies from every quarter of existence emerged to push people around, and a kind of tribalism that is entirely destructive occurs.  It is the most understudied aspect of liberalism that there has ever been, the need for individuals to stand up to bullies not to join groups to seek protection from them points to the ultimate failure of their plight.  The world and everything in it needs leadership that pushes individuals toward greatness.  Not where groups provide refuge only to become bullies themselves spreading evil upon the earth.  There is nothing good or just about a Democrat Party who protects the weak and meek by allowing them to join the masses to become the bullies themselves.  And there is nothing good about a Republican Party who lets them do it the way George McFly did in Back to the Future.   Allowing evil to grow is just as bad as perpetrating it yourself.  With that said, I do not doubt that we are learning our lesson right now.  Even if they weren’t Trump supporters before, many people are craving the mean Tweets of the Trump administration.  It was better to win in the world than cower in the corner and hope that something terrible didn’t happen.  We have to stand up to the bullies of the world, and we can’t become bullies ourselves along the way.  Being a leader is not the same as being a bully.  Our academic system needs to learn that for future prosperity.  But in the meantime, mean Tweets or whatever their replacement becomes will do just fine.

Rich Hoffman

The Gunfighter’s Guide to Business
Click to buy The Gunfighter’s Guide to Business

The Government is in a Panic: Their lack of control terrifies them

The Government is in a Panic Over their Lack of Power

I’ll talk to anybody anytime, anywhere, and that’s been my policy for many years.  But it’s been a while for me speaking at the West Chester Tea Party in Ohio, where I’ve been affiliated with them for many years—going back 11 years to the year of 2010.  Well, these are crazy times, and I was happy to be invited back to give a little presentation to a very large audience about Critical Race Theory in Lakota schools.  But as I was speaking, I was thinking through the years to the first times I told an audience in public about the Marxism that was integrated into the John Dewey public education system and what kind of reaction I had as a result.  People, of course, didn’t want to believe it, the free babysitting service that is public education was just too lucrative for most parents, and they didn’t want to deal with the fact that they were sending their kids to Marxist education camps.  Now, a decade later, I was saying pretty much the same thing, and all the heads in the audience, and everywhere really, were nodding in agreement.  Finally, they understood what had always been there and were ready to take action against it.  I was thrilled to see such warm faces that used to be pretty hostile, listening to what steps they could take to alleviate the situation in the public schools.  Yet, it also provoked in me a bit of frustration.  I am always right about these things, and I’m not a young pup.  I have a long history of pointing out these problems, and people are always slow to listen. 

But I’ll repeat it, I’ll go out on a limb and explain the circumstances of our present, what the vaccines are all about, what the masks are for, what and why the government is behaving the way they are.  What I’m saying is not a conspiracy theory; it’s an understanding realized ahead of the facts arriving to confirm it.  Yet, I hope that people will listen and make adjustments to their lives so they can get through it all well.  The government is not all-powerful.  But they want to be; they fantasized that they would be. That’s why many government workers entered government service because the secret little bullies that were deep inside their subconscious wanted to push people around.  Maybe they are second children in their families and were always picked on by an older sibling, which inspired them into government work. Perhaps they were themselves the oldest child and want to remain always the bully throughout their lives.  Maybe they aren’t brilliant people, and they want authority to mask their lack of intelligence.  Whatever it is, the government is full of people who are not very smart and have deep authority issues that remain unresolved throughout their lives.  I would say that my take on government is that you need it and that we as a society should work hard to put the best people we can in government to manage things, just like we would a business.  But that approach is not yet in the majority opinion.  The founding fathers envisioned such a society, but that is not what we have today.  We have all been too lazy to manage government in that way, and the results have been that the worst and least intelligent end up in government, and they want to rule the world to prove that they are worth something. 

The need for authority is why many government types gravitate to Marxism and soft-edged socialism.  It is a vehicle for them to rule over the masses while looking like a benefactor of goodness along the way.  That is precisely how the Marxist literature moved through state school boards to be imposed on public schools all across America.  As government officials, it was the secret need that they had to embrace Marxism to justify their desire for ultimate control over everyone and everything.  And that brings us to the big test which had long been planned in 2020, a “Great Reset” of the world’s economic and political system into outright Marxism led by China on the world stage.  After the Tea Party movement in America scattered around the world to the Brexit situation in the United Kingdom, the protests in Hong Kong, and many other places, the Davos characters needed to protect their global investments. They turned to socialism and communism to do so.  That put all the world’s countries at the doorstep of China to consume, and scientists created the Wuhan virus to invoke the Great Reset through mass panic globally.  It was the standard Cloward and Piven crush that so many government villains were engaged in so that the Kotter change state would give rise to a new global government that had long been planned. 

These authoritarian characters worked hard through money and influence to get rid of our elected President Trump, and they picked his final year in office to unleash their plan.  Covid was released to facilitate that change state, and off it went into the destruction we see presently.  Yet now there is a problem.  It didn’t work.   There are still too many people who think independently, and this little problem hadn’t been figured out in Davos by the billionaire planners.  They did not accommodate the necessity of all human beings, the desire to self-govern.  Not everyone has the guts to self-govern, but most people want to have that option.  The Covid protocols did not create the planned change state, and now there is egg on the face of everyone in on the scam, the governments of the world, the media bootlicking what they thought were going to be the party leaders under communism.  The many academics who embraced communism over one hundred years ago. It’s the kind of topic that doesn’t usually come up when taking the kids to soccer practice.  Or when we go out to dinner, nobody talks about these things.  People don’t often share thoughts about their political beliefs, even though they probably should.  That way, people would have known just how radical their kid’s teacher was or their school’s principal.  Or their CEO.  Their water meter checker. Everyone.  If people had been more honest with each other, nobody would be as surprised as they are now. 

But now, with the election fraud being exposed and China’s role in unleashing the coronavirus, the government is turning to the grand cover-up; they want to have lockdowns again because they worked before.  They want to bring back the mask mandates.  They want mandatory vaccinations because they are testing their ability to control mass society.  And what they are getting in return is a rejection.  Sure, some people are going along with whatever the government says, but there will always be those 20% to 30% of the population that will refuse.  Because of that refusal, that leaves the government exposed to their crimes, and that truly terrifies them.  This is why they are panicking now, doing everything they can to impose authoritarian rule because they fear getting caught and being exposed more than they fear being constitutionally wrong.  Most of them do what they do because they are Marxists and looking to get rid of the constitution anyway. They’ve gone too far already ever to go back.  They are all in; they’ve pushed their chips into the center of the table and are betting everything on total authoritarianism.  And you can bet that they are terrified of losing it all.  Which, I would say, will be the result.  We have the winning hand.  They don’t, and they will lose.  But until they realize that, it’s going to look a lot scarier than it is.  Because going total authoritarianism is the only move they have to make. 

Rich Hoffman

The Gunfighter’s Guide to Business
Click to buy The Gunfighter’s Guide to Business

The Ghost of Trump Terrifies Biden’s Administration: It looks scary to the rest of us, but its not us who are haunted by a corrupt past

Trump is Ghosting Biden

I know it’s scary out there; everywhere you look, something looks to becoming unhinged.  The Olympics are a joke, the political class is using Covid cover to hide their vast crimes, and no longer do people trust public education with all the CRT nonsense that is going on.  We can’t trust our sports and entertainment anymore.  We can hardly even talk to our neighbors over neutral topics.  Most of us don’t even know what is happening in our careers from week to week, whether we’ll be shut down by the government and stuffed on the unemployment line, or what kind of appeasement we’ll have to come up with to keep the local health departments from harassing us with newfound powers from the White House controlled CDC.  It’s pretty rough, and people are sincerely scared.  I would compare these days to times in the past, like the Civil War or the Revolution where battles happened, people heard about them, but day to day, things looked normal until the effects of some nearby battle were ushered into their lives.  Such as a railroad line being blown up by the enemy, and suddenly some small town in the middle of Kansas couldn’t get food.  That is something like what we are all experiencing now, except it’s on a global scale, and we see it in things like the Olympics where France beat the men’s basketball team, and Wokeness has grounded the Women’s gymnastic team.  Now you know why these other countries have been promoting these poisons of thought into the United States.  The effect is first apparent in the Olympics.  But less directly, they hope for the same results in politics and business.  Wokeness was meant to cripple us, and it has been the new weapon of our day, and we all feel the effects.

But I say as I always do, never fear; reality is near.  Nearer than the enemies of Americana would like to admit.  It was best demonstrated in the most obvious yet least talked about side-by-side comparison of 2021, the speech that Joe Biden made at the end of July in Cincinnati, and the speech by President Trump in Arizona at the Turning Point USA event there.  When I wrote my book The Gunfighter’s Guide to Business, this was a perfect example of what I talk about as being one of the most potent management methods ever created, “ghosting.” Trump was ghosting Biden, which has forced the White House to pull in the tent flaps, turn to Covid to cover their many crimes exposed and hide from Trump’s impact on international politics.  The Biden people and Democrats do not have an answer to what happened between those two speeches, given just a few days apart.  For Biden, he came to Cincinnati for a CNN town hall which the venue struggled to fill enough rows of the auditorium there in Delhi to look decent for television.  The back half of the arena was empty, and it sounded that way on T.V.  The story was that Biden struggled through the event bumbling around with his sentences and sounding like a very old and weak man. 

Trump, on the other hand, at the Turning Point event put on by Charlie Kirk, filled a 10,000-person arena to the rafters, and there were about as many people outside who couldn’t get a ticket.  Trump spoke for well over an hour, sounding tough, robust, and insightful.   He threw red meat to the crowd on election fraud and other conspiracies, all that looks to be coming actually true day by day, leaving NBC apocalyptic by Monday morning.  Trump was supposed to be gone by now, not giving speeches and showing up the President in the White House.  Removing Trump from the White House by all the elements at play, both foreign and domestic, had one major weakness which nobody had factored in.  Such a coup would have worked in other places globally, but nobody had figured it out before they tried it in America.  Leadership does not follow the rules, people either have it, or they don’t, and with Trump ghosting Biden, it was exposing the main problem of the Biden administration.  The Democrats had a guy who was a compromised “yes person,” a supreme bootlicker, and he couldn’t compete with Trump on the world stage, and the bodies in seats show that.  They rejected Biden’s free event on CNN but went to Trump’s event instead.  No matter how much voting fraud occurred to put a win on paper, people knew better, and their bodies in seats were more than a sampling of public sentiment.  It was pretty clear by Monday morning when NBC as a network had their faces melting by the reality that everyone had seen, which their reporting on the matter reflected.

Of course, not much was said about the two speeches.  The conservative media got pulled into the whirlpool of Joe Biden’s stumbling speech.  While the left-leaning press was outraged by Trump’s claims of election fraud and were sincerely concerned that people thought Trump would be re-inserted into the White House any day now.  But that wasn’t why Trump was doing the speech, and actually, that wasn’t the objective of the election fraud investigations that are going on actively outside of Trump’s direct influence.  I believe I said it on day one of opening this Rumble video account that hosts all these videos I now put on these blog postings that Trump could be more potent in Florida than in the cesspool of Washington D.C.  Providing authentic leadership in the form of “ghosting” the propped up President in Biden was the way to defeat all these bad guys who have been up to no good.  And it’s working magnificently.  Shortly after the two speeches were digested, that is when the CDC had to find a cover story for the Beltway politics that was being exposed.  So, they re-imposed the mask mandates for indoor venues.  The Biden White House does not have public support, it’s evident in these public speeches, and they can’t keep getting exposed by Trump, who can show up anywhere at any time and fill up a venue with excited voters. 

We know by now the science of Covid.  The problem with the CDC is they are a political organization, not a group of people following science.  If they wanted to solve Covid, hydroxychloroquine and ultraviolent light management would be part of the conversation.  But what we have in the United States funding by the Fauci-led NIH into the Wuhan lab was flagged by the French as a risk to the world, who has been caught taking a virus not dangerous to humans and modifying it as a Chinese bioweapon.  And they were caught.   And the same group of big government people has been detected in the various election frauds that occurred in the 2020 election.  And people are getting it, and you can see it in crowd participation.   When the rubber hits the road, people did not want Biden, and even when they are given a free ticket and have a chance to be on national television, nobody showed up.  But even for a president that nobody supposedly likes, that was voted out of office; there isn’t a venue in the country that can hold all the interest people have in seeing Trump give the same speech over and over again, to the same Lee Greenwood song, and dancing at the end to YMCA.  For the people in government who have committed all these crimes, this is genuinely terrifying.  They are trying to hide that terror with the Covid emergencies, but the significant risk is whether or not people will take the bait.  And I don’t think they will.  In reality, things are not as scary as they have been made to appear.  But to see things in such a way, you have to see the ghosts and how they terrify the world of the living where the crimes are most exposed. 

Rich Hoffman

Click to buy The Gunfighter’s Guide to Business

The Great Option of Homeschooling: To see just how bad public schools are, walk the halls of Lakota

Saving Kids by Homeschooling Them

Just to let you know how bad it is, the pictures included here were taken in one of the 22 schools within my school district of Lakota.  As you’ll see, it’s all about Critical Race Theory, all the time with them.  So much so I would consider them a danger to any child.  I would never in a million years send any kid of mine to a public school these days.  If you want to know what’s wrong with public schools, take a walk through the halls of Lakota in Cincinnati, Ohio, and you’ll get a good idea.  I never thought they were any good, but now, they are just horrendous.  Ironically, just as revealing as those pictures were, I had the chance to meet up with some old friends at the Annie Oakley Wild West Show I’ve been involved in for over a few decades.  They have a swarm of kids I’ve watched grow up, and now they are all bloomed.  I only see them once a year, so it has been fascinating watching them grow, and I can only say that they are such intelligent and fully developed kids.  They are super nice kids, very gifted, socially extremely confident.  They don’t have that beat-down look on their faces that most children have these days, 22 and under.  Taking those kids out of the cesspool of public education has been great for them. The results show after looking at those pictures from the walls of Lakota schools, which is reflective of all public schools all over the country, it’s easy to see why parents are upset.  They have a right to be. But at least there is a silver lining I’ve known about but haven’t had much exposure to.  Like the kids I mentioned who have homeschooled their entire lives, more and more parents are taking advantage of that option.  My kids are a few of them, and they were over this week showing me the learning material they have for starting this school year, and I have to say, I was very impressed. 

This is what is in the Halls of Lakota Schools

I remember what it was like; as I told in the story above, public schools have been garbage for decades.  They weren’t very good when I was in school.  They were terrible when my kids were going to school, so much so that we homeschooled for one of their years, and in their last two years, they finished their courses online and graduated at home.  Both of my children graduated early and spent time in Europe learning about the world while their classmates from Lakota were still trying to get a date for the prom.  And as for today, I would say, if you love your children at all, do not send them to the garbage heap that is public school for the life of you.  It’s no accident at Lakota and many other schools that they have started All Day Kindergarten because that is all that government schools are to parents, a free babysitting service ran by radical progressive activists paid for by the taxpayers.  That is why they are also pushing pre-school options because parents have kids, but they need to get back to work.  So they drop their kids off at these government schools to raise because they need the free babysitting, then wonder 12 years later why their kids are all screwed up as young adults.  Well, it doesn’t have to be that way, and my kids love their kids, so they’ve been looking for options, and what they brought me to show me was some of the most wonderful homeschooling material I’ve ever seen.  There was a time when my wife and I homeschooled our kids because the public school at the time, Mason, wanted to teach sex education in the 4th grade by putting a condom on a cucumber.  Well, these were my kids; they were little and were never going to have an opportunity to need to learn to put a condom on a penis.  My kids were going to be little and learning as much as they could as long as I could fight off the evils of the world to let their childhoods be as good as possible.  The school freaked out when my wife and I wouldn’t sign the permission slip, and a fight ensued that got quite bad.  It resulted in us pulling our kids from school and homeschooling for a year, which at that time was one of the hardest things we had ever done.

CRT at Lakota Schools

It wasn’t the education that was hard; it was the social stigma.  I never cared, but it mattered to my wife.  We were in our 30s at the time, and we did not have the support of our parents.  For our parents and society in general, public school was about dances, school jackets, and class rings.  They were the kind of people who went to their class reunions at five and 10-year intervals.  The friends they made in public school lasted a lifetime.  It was like the movie Grease, the school was about friends and memories, and they hated that we were robbing our children of those great things.

They Have Groups for Everything, But American Appreciation at Lakota

Only, school had changed since their days, and they had no idea what was going on.  When the Department of Education was put in place by teacher union lobbying in 1979, I was in the 2nd or 3rd grade at the time.  I was able to watch firsthand how that old view of public education changed into a radical political cesspool controlled by labor unions and their leftist desires.  I hated school more and more each year I was there; it was stifling to creativity and involved too much group think.   By the time my kids went to school, it was worse.  Not in the first few years, but by the time they were trying to push off sex education to 4th graders, it had gotten out of control.  Most of the kids were going home to empty houses from the school’s logic, and the kids were having sex until the parents got home from their jobs.  But that wasn’t fair to the kids who went home to a loving parent or two and had good lives at home.  Those kids didn’t need to be destroyed by such education methods of social rendering at the expense of innocence.  So the only real option was to homeschool them, but back then, when my kids were of that age, there wasn’t great social support. 

The Future is Women, so think of all the Young White Boys, what are they Supposed to do?

Now that has changed, my kids will teach all their kids at home, and all their Instagram friends think it’s great.  Of course, they have parental support from us, but more than that, most of their friends are saying now that they wish they could afford to teach their kids at home instead of sending them to these terrible public schools.  The branding of public schools has gone south over the years.  Most adults who have kids wish they made enough money to either send their kids to private schools or take advantage of the tremendous network of homeschool resources available now.  They feel the same way the rest of us think about public schools, except they don’t have the option of staying home because they have jobs to teach their kids at home.  My kids have built their life around the matter, and I’m proud of them, even more so now that I’ve seen what kind of resources my grandchildren will have to work with. I’ve seen the results of homeschooled children.  Every kid in America should have such a chance at a good education.  But they just aren’t going to get it at these misrun government schools as they are today.  If you love your kid, you will not send them to any of them.  Because if there is anything genuinely equal in this world, it’s that public schools are all equally bad.  If the government runs them, they are terrible for your kid, and you should do everything you can to avoid those places at all costs.      

Rich Hoffman

Click to buy The Gunfighter’s Guide to Business

The Big Truth: Uncovering the Democrats Big Lie one voter at a time

Notice How Biden didn’t Want to Talk About Trump’s 4th of July Speech

This is becoming fun, watching the Democrats struggle so intensely to ignore the increasing skepticism of the 2020 election by ignoring almost wholly the Trump rally in Sarasota, Florida.  People stood all day in heavy rain to wait for President Trump to essentially give the same speech he always does, with a few minor changes that ended up being whoppers.  At one point in the address, Trump baited Biden well on the eve of the 4th of July, knowing that Biden would be talking from the White House on the actual holiday.  Trump pointed out Biden’s math problem in proving that he is the legitimate winner of the 2020 election.  Trump already has the inside knowledge of what the Arizona audit is showing and the increasing number of states following their audit example.  The cheaters of the election have been caught, as I said from the beginning that they would.  I have also personally verified the country’s nature; I had to, by traveling all over it so far in 2021.  I went to states as far out as Idaho and New Mexico, and lots of places from Cincinnati to there, and let me tell you what I didn’t find—any support for Joe Biden.  But I did see lots of support for Donald Trump.  Now for Biden to win 80 million votes, he would have had to cut into those red states.  Instead, all he has are false votes on paper to show his victory.  But the vote counters can’t attach real people to those votes because they don’t exist.  And the more Trump talks about it, as he did during the 4th of July, the harder it gets for Democrats to pretend like Joe Biden is the president.  Not to mention the media that is in on it now. 

Even better than that, Republicans feel more comfortable talking about the election fraud than in early January where insurgent Republicans wanted things to go back to how they were before 2016.  Over that same period, CNN’s Jim Acosta showed where the cracks were forming when he tried to press Congressman Madison Cawthorn over the election fraud issue.  Acosta representing the media position, stated that the judicial system had tossed out any connection to the possibility of election fraud.  Cawthorn said the right thing, that the judicial system let us down, which it did.  What the cheaters intended from the beginning was to run out the clock by hogging the ball until the buzzer rang in January and Biden was sworn in as the next president.  At that point, Trump had to leave the White House, and Democrats had successfully stolen the election.  Just as Acosta did, the media pressed that there was no evidence of voter fraud, which of course, there is.  But the point and plan from the beginning were to process the Biden cheat faster than the case of fraud could be built in the courts.  Courts purposely don’t move very fast; a case like this election fraud case could take years, even decades, to prosecute.  The cheaters, in this case, are many thousands of people who were in on the action, and tens of thousands of others who wanted to believe it for their climbs to power, crawled out on that limb expecting it not to break.  People would accept the results and not riot on the Capitol as they did, which scared the crap out of those same cheaters because it showed them how vulnerable they are to an angry America. That’s why the Capitol is still closed to the public.  They are scared of the public.

Now you might ask why those influential House members and the Senate would be so scared even though they have all the power.  Well, because they know what I’m telling you now, but they didn’t respect you enough to figure it out.  The people who protested on January 6th were a small portion of the population who knew what was going on and displayed literal intolerance.  When Mike Pence showed little stomach for the fight that had to happen, people were upset about it.  And they haven’t let go.  Traveling all over the United States, I see it.  People are not happy with Biden, they feel cheated, and they are in the extreme majority.  The little Beltway types do not have enough support across the country to control the 80 plus million who are increasingly figuring out that their vote was robbed and the person they voted for was cheated out of an office they picked him for.  It’s not about Trump or Trump’s desire to win. It’s about having choice removed from voters and being given some piece of junk they didn’t want. 

Now the day after Trump’s speech, you can see how guilty the Biden people are because of what they didn’t talk about.  Usually, after Trump gives an address, the media will showcase little bits of it to play the presidents off each other, which is suitable for their network coverage.  Instead, all the guilty parties did everything they could to not talk about Trump’s speech.  Now, if you thought you had won the presidency with 80 million people, you’d say it. You’d push back against what Trump is saying.  Instead, they are again hoping to run out the clock.  They are hoping that people will move on to some other topic, such as race relations.  Nobody dared talk about the coverage of that speech and what the lack of it meant to their ratings.  Well, OANN covered the address, as did Newsmax, and their ratings show it.  They beat everyone during that time slot.  But the deal between the networks is hurting them, and they can’t go back now; they are too far down the rabbit hole on this thing to reveal their part in it now.  Like a bunch of crooks who have been caught but are in separate holding cells while the interrogation continues, they are all hoping to keep their story straight.  That story is, there was no election fraud, there is no proof of it, and that Biden won.  But with each month, people are questioning the election fraud more and more.  Now the evidence is stacking up and quick.  The Jim Acosta position is turning Michael Avenatti fast, faster than anybody anticipated.  Most of them delusional themselves, believing that Americans would have moved on to the next shiny object by now.  But they haven’t, so what are they going to do, ignore the world as it burns around them?

Jim Acosta and those like him are looking to openly destroy the premise of America and turn it into a progressive subservient of the United Nations, calling what happened over the election, The Big Lie. It’s the same tactic used in calling Republicans racist when that political party freed the slaves while it was Democrats who fought to keep slavery intact.  And in this election case, it was Democrats who participated in and created The Big Lie.  Only it doesn’t mean what you think it does, because they are the creators of the term and have sold it as such.  Racism, January 6th, Covid being created in a Wuhan lab with full knowledge of China, are all covers for the vile act of election fraud they committed, the biggest crime ever attempted on earth.  It involved not just the thousands of people who knew about it, but it involved foreign countries as well.  It was an invasion from the outside and the inside, and they have been caught.  And you can see how guilty they are by what they don’t talk about, even though Trump is forcing them to through his influence leadership.  I keep telling you guys, “ghosting it” is one of the most powerful strategic tools humankind has ever unleashed, and Trump is doing it.  And The Big Lie is turning into The Big Truth faster than people like the Biden administration can run for the hills to avoid what happens next.

Rich Hoffman

Sign up for Second Call Defense at the link below. Use my name to get added benefits.
http://www.secondcalldefense.org/?affiliate=20707

Share, subscribe, and see you later,https://rumble.com/embed/vciikp/?pub=3rih5#?secret=bniNjt4gIIhttps://rumble.com/embed/vd9a53/?pub=3rih5#?secret=I8cwvuaVB9

The Gunfighter’s Guide to Business

China and Other Countries Committed Massive Election Fraud: They are daring us to war

Mike Lindell has certainly put it all out on the line.  His new video on the election fraud issue has been out for a few weeks, and it has some very compelling information in it.  Now I’ve said my position on the matter; I think Biden and his Democrats need to choke on the election fraud by being forced to stay in office.  It’s hard to govern a country when you didn’t win it fair and square, and it is rather entertaining to watch these idiots squirm, knowing how guilty they are.  I mean, that press conference from Harris in Mexico City was probably the most pathetic thing I’ve ever seen in a public office.  But in Lindell’s video called Absolutely 9-0, he shows how China and other hostile countries tampered with the 2020 presidential election through digital machines, which has opened up a whole can of worms.  However, as I explain in the video above, this crime was intended to be beyond our Supreme Court.  It was committed as a dare to prosecute with a world court because the perpetrators are daring war and have no respect for our judicial system.  And that’s why they committed the crime because they are betting that we won’t call them on it.

Cliffhanger the Overmanwarrior


Share, subscribe, and see you later,https://rumble.com/embed/vciikp/?pub=3rih5#?secret=bniNjt4gIIhttps://rumble.com/embed/vd9a53/?pub=3rih5#?secret=I8cwvuaVB9


Sign up for Second Call Defense at the link below. Use my name to get added benefits.
http://www.secondcalldefense.org/?affiliate=20707