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

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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

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

Its the Delta Variant!

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

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

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

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

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

Rich Hoffman

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Saving America: We’ve become stupid, its time to change that

We have to become Smarter as a Nation

For my own anger management, the travel I’ve done around America so far in 2021 has been very redeeming; I’d recommend it to anybody who has found themselves stressed out over the election of 2020 to put things in perspective.  My travel certainly did it for me, especially after spending one of my travel days at Mt. Rushmore and Deadwood on the same day.  All of my kids have been significantly harmed by Covid.  I have personally been hurt by it, just as everyone has.  I took Covid very personally.  The government was anti-Constitutional, and I see nothing in life that is worth violating those laws.  Then when you add the election fraud and the reality of having the most progressive administration in the history of America inserted in our government, ruining all our lives even further, I was either ready to blow up and become the character from the movie, Falling Down.  Or I was going to figure out something that has eluded civilization so far and bring back the boons of it for the benefit of all.  So I picked the latter and hit the road with my entire family in our RV, and we had a marvelous time discovering America and seeing many things that I had only read about.  To say that any of the places were my favorite places would be disingenuous.  Everything was wonderful.  But I found at Mt. Rushmore an itch I had been trying to scratch for years, and I can only tell you that it eased my mind considerably.   A combination of that travel day, reading all the books I bought along the way, and reading them nightly at our campsites in my favorite chair set up next to my portable traveling office gave me a fresh perspective that I did not think possible.  But it was possible, and I would like to share the results with others out there, such as you, dear reader who might find comfort in those results. 

After our last trip to Europe, my wife and I decided that we didn’t want to visit overseas anywhere again until we saw almost everything in our own country.  It took us a few years to build up to it, but we bought an RV and committed ourselves to the task.  At the time, we didn’t know the world would be turned upside down, but that it did only elevated the urgency to travel more.  After the massive letdown of our government with Covid and the obvious disappointment on Election Day 2020, where people went to bed thinking Trump won, then waking up seeing that Biden had, we accelerated our plans. We hit the road so I could think things through.  I needed to go out into the deserts of our country away from everyone and think.  To stop by gas stations and not use their dirty bathrooms, but those in our RV.  To get our drinks out of the refrigerator and climb off the grid for a while.  Also, to read lots of books without hotel staff bothering me or even bothering to go out to dinner.  I wanted everything to be with me and to have my home with me at all times, even as the scenery outside that home changed by the hour.  I think a culmination of all those elements made Mt. Rushmore much more potent for me.

As we visited Mt. Rushmore, I was thinking of the British Museum in London, and the Louvre in Paris, even some of the temples and monuments I had visited in Japan and I have to say, it was my favorite place of all, so far in my life.  I’ve been to many exotic locations worldwide, even most exquisitely, the temples and pyramids of the Mayan culture, and Mt. Rushmore was the best.  It far exceeded my expectations.  It was not because of the fine stonework and the viewing platforms they had erected but because the entire place was dedicated to intelligence and philosophy.  It was the perfect place for me at the ideal time for my thoughts, and I came away with some authentically fresh perspective.  It was that itch I had always been trying to scratch, and I felt a tremendous amount of relief after visiting there.  At that same time as I was at that monument, my publisher was putting the final touches of my Gunfighter’s Guide to Business out for my last review, which I had been structuring as a strategy guide for making businesses successful, but countries as well.  So, I was in the perfect place, and this is a feeling that will stay with me for a long time. 

We often take it for granted that our country can handle anything.  We’ve allowed our people to become corrupt, sexually obsessed, drug-influenced, and, through our public education system, turned into absolute idiots.  We weren’t born that way, but we have allowed many jealous outside influences to harm our intellects as a country, and we have now seen the result.  We have seen the attacks on our culture culminate into the mass calamity of our times.  But still, I saw in people during that trip, all day there at Mt. Rushmore, then up in Deadwood, Americans are so resilient.  Even with all the devastation, these were not conquered people.  The system of American freedom had proven that even with all the pitfalls we have experienced, our nation could withstand it all.  But to indeed have a great country, we needed places of intelligence to raise our intellects to where a great country should expect to be.  If we wanted to save America from the attackers worldwide who wanted to bring it down, many of who are now acting as domestic enemies, we would have to get smarter as a culture. 

As usual for me, books and time to read them helped my anxieties tremendously, and they would do the same for you.  For anybody.  And to truly save this country, that is the key to not just saving it but keeping it that way.  Mt. Rushmore was built to remind people, such as in times like these, why we tried to create a country in the first place.  It worked so well, we have taken it for granted, and many people have allowed themselves to be seduced by the antics of the world.  They have been seduced by stupidity and told that it was a virtue.   Well, stupidity is not a virtue.  We were told that we should lower our defenses and allow insurgents to raid us through our schools, through our businesses, and corrupt our politics so that there would be no sign of a republic for which we could hope to stand.   If we want to keep our country great, we must get more intelligent as a culture; we have to return to the times of readers like Lincoln and Roosevelt.  Of Jefferson, who started the Library of Congress with his collection of books.  America was built on philosophy and intelligence.  It was a divorce from the stupidity of the world, not in adoration of it.  And even in our own family, my wife and I have traveled the world only to realize that the best things were always around us.  Yet we did not see those places because the world was saying that everything else was great.  Well, I’ve been to those places, and nothing was better than Mt. Rushmore.  And there has been no more satisfying experience than in reading the books I brought from there.  If I seem content in my thoughts these days, it’s because of this minor boon, which I think has the power to change the world. 

Rich Hoffman

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It Isn’t That Trump Lost: Its all about the fact that Biden never won

Its not that Trump Lost, Biden Never Won

Here’s the problem with the election fraud, which is a significant problem now that we have an established order caught deeply committed to a way of life, as the public, in general, voted to reject that life.  The question is not whether or not there was election fraud or if there was enough of it to change the election.  I feel comfortable at this time to say that there was.  Joe Biden did not win that election of 2020 fair and square.  And as I’ve said from the beginning of Covid, the whole purpose of the new science protocols was to provide cover for a global desire to get rid of Trump, expand communism to the world, and offer cheating options.  It was always about changing the way we deal with natural viruses as societies.  It was about giving power to governors and health directors instead of resorting to a military option of global force.  These methods were passive-aggressive invasions against the American Constitution that progressives have always desired to “progress” beyond.  Progressives, globalists, communists, all of those types, have zero respect for the laws of America, and many of those people have infiltrated our government already.  So it shouldn’t come as any surprise that they care not at all about breaking any American laws.  The Chinese are not respectful of American law.  They intend to conquer us and change the laws to communism anyway, so none of the terrible things we have witnessed occurred by minds who feel any amount of guilt about it.  With that in mind, it would be best not to cry about it now and point to our laws and declare that they broke the law.  We all know that, and they don’t care.  Not one bit. 

But what they do care about, progressives, is that they came up with a philosophy based on Karl Marx way back in the late 1800s and have been soft-selling it to the public all that time.  And they hoped that from generation to generation, they would slow boil us all into the kind of communism they have in China.  Progressives want to preserve a type of European aristocracy and communism worldwide, giving them that option as a ruling class of bureaucrats.  That’s why progressives support Cuba, why they always have their hands in Iran, and why China has been allowed to be a global power.  The plan was in place even at the end of World War II.  American forces protecting China from Japan then were always intended to weaken the country for the communist push coming out of the North.  The plan was always meant for communists to take over in China at the end of the war.  Germany and Japan, in general, were nurtured by progressives in Europe to usher in the philosophy of Marx for the rest of the world.  That’s why Neville Chamberlain got caught pandering to Hitler, only to have it backfire.  This plan is ancient and is always doomed from the start.  But progressives have always thought, “if only” this or that happened, they would gain power, and they would rule the world.  That is how they got caught in this most recent bear trap and why they have eggs on their faces now.  Of course, they cheated in the election of 2020.  People picked Trump, they couldn’t deal with it, and they did everything—and I mean everything—to take away that choice because it was disruptive to their multi-century global plans to spread Marxism, which they would control, to every corner of the globe.  And at present, they pretty much control the rest of the world, every country to some extent.  But they do not control Americans.  They might influence American politics, but they do not maintain the spirit of the American people.   They slow-boiled their attempt to capture their minds, but with Trump, it proved that all those efforts had failed, so now they have gone as far as they can go, and now they have hit a brick wall.

Like most things that progressives do, they do not have a plan B.  They always planned for a takeover of the American way of life, but nothing else.  They weren’t looking for a mixed economy.  They wanted domination, and if it didn’t work, they didn’t know what to do.  We have seen attempts to explain this progressive way of thinking in dystopian novels like Animal Farm and 1984.  Ayn Rand tried to warn people, but in the end, it didn’t matter.  People in America were free, and as long as they had the illusion of freedom, they were pretty good with things.  But now, that illusion has been shattered.  Progressives know they are in danger.  They have bet everything on a change state that would use the promise of safety to push people into Marxism controlled by an all-knowing centralized government.  They couldn’t handle it because people voted for Trump to change that plan and did it twice.  The first time caught them off guard.   The second time, they planned to use Covid to cheat in the election, and when Trump was looking to win anyway, with 75 million known votes, it scared them, and they went all-in on the cheat.  The media was involved.  Most of our political system was in on it.  Our education system was in on it, they all shared a Marxist philosophy that they had been committed to their entire lives, yet the thing they wanted most, the approval of the American people, was denied to them.  They were hurt, malicious, and seeking blood for that rejection.  And now that they’ve gone as far as they did and have been caught, they are lost as to what to do next.  So they are clammering for more Covid terror to divert people’s attention from the massive failure of their multi-century incursion. 

The question is, what happens next?   Well, I am satisfied that I know.  I’ve traveled the entire country this year, and I am quite clear where Trump voters are on the matter.  Out of 300 million people, including children, there are well north of 75 million people who will not move off their position.  Progressives can’t change that with illegal immigration.  They can’t change it by trying to focus on racism which is only 13% of the entire American population.  They can’t do it with the fear of global warming.  The fear of covid.  The fear of anything.  Americans have freedom legally, they enjoy their freedom immensely, and they would rather fight than comply, which is evident after the so-called insurrection of January 6th, 2021.

Now with the election fraud results coming out of Maricopa County in Arizona, that alone are enough to change the results of the election and the massive fraud found in Fulton County, Georgia, the cover for progressivism has been ripped away.  Even if we don’t have a legal means of putting Trump back in the White House, everyone knows what people picked.  The world knows.  With all the tricks of big tech.  With the complete conquest of our schools, our children, our families.  With even the fear of death thrown in our faces, people still picked freedom over a big government to keep them safe.  And that was never the plan.  Progressives don’t have the guts to conduct an armed insurrection against us.  All they have are these passive-aggressive tricks they have been utilizing, all of which have been rejected.  So regardless of who sits in the White House, the knowledge of what people picked is laid open for all to see.  And it wasn’t the progressive offerings.  It was America First, and it will remain that way as the rest of the world wanting the same freedoms plan as we speak to do the same to their progressive governments.  And that dam is about to burst, as I explain in the video above. 

Rich Hoffman

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What to Learn From Michael Avenatti: We were a better country when we hung criminals for their crimes

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Now that Michael Avenatti has cried in court and was sent to jail for two and a half years for his attempted extortion of Nike as a corporation, we need to take a moment as a country and reflect on who he was.  And how many of them are still left in our public square.  I would offer that Dr. Fauci is no different as a shyster than Michael Avenatti or Joe Biden.  We are talking about people who know they are scamming people when they do what they do, and they count on people to fall for their scams as they exert a forceful personality to commit crimes and get away with it.  Michael Avenatti, for many of us, was an easy villain; we could see that he was a wolf in the henhouse, and we warned that he was such.  But many, including most of the media and Beltway establishment, saw him as a vehicle for their desires at insurrection.  They did not want a personality like Trump in the White House.  Trump stood against this long-designed socialist agenda that is now unleashed upon us.  I remembered first warning people of this socialist agenda several decades ago, and people didn’t want to hear it.  And ironically, those are the same kind of people that scoundrels like Michael Avenatti target for their gains in life at the shell game of politics, and they almost always get away with it.  So for perspective, I would say that most people in executive positions in media and politics are on par with Michael Avenatti as far as their ability to schmooze over an unsuspecting public.  The difference with Avenatti is he lived too high for too long and went after a corporation with more financial resources than the government itself, and they weren’t going to stand for that.  So he got busted and got a little jail time.  The punishment isn’t nearly what it should be, but it’s enough for us all to learn an important lesson.

One of the great books I read from my big journey out West recently was one on the outlaws of South Dakota, specifically the Deadwood area.  Back in the early days of justice, hanging was the means of dealing with people like Avenatti.  We didn’t just put them in jail for a few years to hide them from the public, to get sexually molested in the shower by other inmates, and endure prison food for a short time in their lives.  Michael Avenatti is young enough to get out of jail in a few years and live a whole life forgetting entirely that he ever went to prison.  But back at the start of our republic, we tended to hang these kinds of criminals, and reading back through history; I think it made us a better society.  Usually, just as Avenatti did in court, where he started crying and apologizing to his victims, people about to die for their crimes were very remorseful.  Reading of the many cases of crimes where the criminals were killed, everything from stealing horses to murder, the soon-to-be-dead people would reflect on their status and become highly remorseful to the point where you had to wonder why they couldn’t have seen the light and lived a good life before their killing.  The public would come out and watch these killings, and I think it impacted the spectators to do that reflection for themselves and maybe not be such scumbags in their own lives.  So in that way, hanging was a very moral way of dealing with crime and punishment.  It elevated in the community a lesson that the criminals exposed as one last act of a living human being. Hearing the regret from most hardened criminals was a lesson that kept the rest of society in check. 

But today, because people like Michael Avenatti know that society has little method to fight back against derelict behavior, they are incentivized to live such lives.  There was nothing to deter Avenatti from exploiting a porn actress in Stormy Daniels from attempting to knock the very essence of law and order from the White House in the Trump presidency.  To do so, Avenatti was encouraged by every method at his disposal.  Most of us could see what a scumbag he was, but he knew there was nothing we could do about it, so he was free to be the terror he was.  Without question, Hunter Biden agrees.   So long as his dad runs the Justice Department, he’s never going to get in trouble for anything.  Trump ran the Justice Department for a while, but he refused to abuse his power.  So the power abused him. That’s why good people are always at a disadvantage to criminals like Michael Avenatti.  That is also why Dr. Fauci never thinks he’s going to be fired for his work with the Chinese to build a bioweapon out of Covid to destroy the capitalist country of America during an election year.  The system itself wants to breed Dr. Fauci types, lifelong employees overpaid, and keen to advocate always for the spread of big government to rule over all our lives and pave the way for global communism.  If we were in 1870, Dr. Fauci would have been found out and hung in a town square for the way he has mislead people.  It would have been seen as a crime, not as a public service.  Hunter Biden would have experienced the same kind of treatment.  Being the son of the President wouldn’t have shielded him from justice the way it does today.  And people like Joe Biden would have never made it to the White House.  His antics would have likely put him at the end of a rope decades before gaining that kind of power over our government. 

For people who say that we were too harsh as a country with our hangings before the start of the 20th Century, these are the same people who are telling us that transexual bathrooms are good, that Critical Race Theory is all the rage for Democrats even though it was Democrats who were the advocates of slavery and its preservation.  Joe Biden’s predecessors were the members of the KKK.  Republicans as a party were created to end slavery.  But the con artists of our modern government can lie and manipulate whatever they desire because there is no punishment for their actions. Instead, they are encouraged to perform their ill deeds in the light of day, just as Michael Avenatti was.  Avenatti didn’t know that corporations like Nike run our government and wanted Trump to follow these new rules.  Once Avennatti stopped serving them by trying to get rid of Trump, then he became the villain. Attempting to extort money from Nike was attacking the government that was really in charge, and that’s why he got jail time.  And things became that corrupt right out under our noses because the criminals got tired of being hanged for every minor crime that came up.  They instead moved into government jobs, changed the rules, and took away those public reminders that doing bad things might end up making you swing from a rope.  Nothing kept the youth out of trouble than in having their parents take them to a public hanging.  In the absence of such discipline, we have made a society of Michael Avenattis. There are many more out there to fill the void as Avenatti himself sits in jail for a while only to get out again shortly and bring his terror to the world once again. We’d all be better off if he was swinging from a rope instead, as he would have been a century ago.

Rich Hoffman

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My New Hat From Jackson, Wyoming: A hidden treasure deep in the mountains

My New Hat from Jackson, Wyoming

About a year ago, one of my daughters was in Jackson Hole, Wyoming, for a photography assignment in the Teton National Park.  As she waited for all the elements to come together, she stopped by The Beaver Creek Hats and Leather store in the ski town of Jackson to get a new hat, and she found a real treasure trove of a wonderful hat store.  She knew I was looking for some new hats for my collection, so she promptly told me about it.  We made a deal that if we were ever in Jackson, Wyoming together, I would get my next hat there because the variety and quality were unique due to the town’s economic circumstances.  That made it the perfect place for me to get my hat because Jackson is not only the highest per capita income center of the world, but a need for real cowboy hats founded it. It’s a high-altitude kind of place where the sun can do a number on you without some level of protection, making it a great place to buy a cowboy hat that not only looked good but was also functional.  After all, that’s why she had gone there in the first place.  It was quite a pleasant discovery, so at that moment, we started plotting ways to get both of us there at the same time accommodating our busy schedules.  About nine months later, we were in Jackson, Wyoming, with most of our entire immediate family and the first thing we did was buy my new white Stetson that I had been looking for that I needed to purchase for a while now.  My other hats are pretty beat up, and I needed one for some of the formal things I get myself into. 

It’s not that I couldn’t have gotten a hat in Cincinnati or the many other far-flung places I had been this year.  There were opportunities to get hats in other areas, such as Texas and New Mexico.  I saw nice hat stores in Oklahoma and Kansas, but I held out for that Jackson trip with my daughter for one because I had promised her I would.  But for the other, Jackson could afford to serve customers who had more money and therefore could afford to cater to more of the diverse needs of a hat buying public.  That gave me many more options for a very nice Stetson than I would have in other places.  As much as I think they should be, cowboy hats aren’t that popular in other parts of the country, and where they are popular, money isn’t all that easy to come by.  However, I have a particular taste in hats that is difficult to accommodate.  I like wide brims, especially now that I’m older, but I’m not particularly eager to curl them up in ridiculous ways.  I want the benefit of the brim to shield my face and head from the sun and the rain all seasons of the year, and as I did look around in some of those actual cowboy regions for a good hat, most of the styles just didn’t fit my needs for something uniquely me.  Because of that wealth in Jackson, all the correct elements combined, which is why my daughter made a big deal about it in the first place.  Her entire life, I have worn hats.  And well before she ever came along, deep into my childhood, I have always worn hats, specifically cowboy hats or outback hats from Australia. 

I had a lot of thoughts about the Tetons in general and Jackson the town specifically.  The town was wealthy because of Hollywood transplants.  Jackson Hole was the hideout of Butch Cassidy and the Wild Bunch of western legend.  After the movie with Paul Newman and Robert Redford, many actors made Jackson their home, including Harrison Ford, who has a house right around the corner from the McDonald’s there. That’s how the per capita income became so high because there is a low population density. The people who moved there from Hollywood and other high-paying industries set the benchmark which skewed the numbers from its origins as a cowboy town.  After John D. Rockefeller bought up secretly many of the old ranches of Jackson Hole and turned the Grand Tetons into a National Park, the government stepped in discreetly.   The government of Jackson has a mix of a rugged cowboy town foundation and exterior with the financial wealth of a tiny population that brought with all the California transplants their love of Agenda 21 United Nations policies in zoning which irritated me quite a lot.  But the tourists likely weren’t thinking about those things the way I was.  The Tetons is a paradise on earth where the government has obtained an illusion that they have discovered Utopia.  It is a place isolated from reality as the outside world well beyond the mountains that surrounded it was burning politically and literally.  It reminded me of other places I enjoy a lot, such as Glendale, California, and the Liberty Center area in my hometown.  But to say the least, I liked the way Jackson was, yet I was all too aware of the undercurrent of liberalism that was sapping itself off the fine history of the area. 

But all those elements made for a great cowboy hat buying trip, and I am proud to have found the perfect hat for me.  I am even prouder that I could get that hat with my daughter from that original trip several months prior.  My entire family ended up at that hat store, and it was fun to start a new thing for all of us.  I may make that hat store a regular thing for me.  It used to be for me that I wore the same hat no matter what the occasion and that was fun for me.  A perfect felt hat, after all, can serve such a purpose.  It might be battered a bit from crawling through caves and jumping through broken windows as most of my life has been everyday use for my hats.  But I’m a bit older now, and hats for an occasion are more of a thing than they used to be. I’m not so scrappy and earthy these days, which is a natural evolution.  Sometimes in life, you get where you are going, and you have to figure out what to do when you get there.  Because the mission was to get there, but what comes after is not always so well defined.  If it’s about the adventure, not the destination, then that problem will arise.  But getting there in life has its challenges, and for me, getting a nice hat in Jackson, Wyoming, couldn’t have made me happier.

A distant place on the map that is certainly hard to get to is now much closer.  Jackson by car is not easy.  To make it easy, you pretty much have to fly into it.  To the north is Yellowstone and its vast expanses.  To the south is a long drive up from the deserts of Utah.  To the east are deserts and more mountains and enormous open places.  And to the west was Idaho and a big mountain that must be crossed with 10% grades that take you up and over the range.  So it means something to get to Jackson and buy a hat from there, which enhances my life in positive ways every day in some manner my daughter and I will share for years to come.

Rich Hoffman

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Defending J.D. Vance: Its about shelf life and winning over the other side

Defending J.D. Vance

I’ve had a few opportunities to meet J.D. Vance recently, both of which fell short on aligning schedules.  I have been traveling a lot this year, and coming out of the Covid burdens, it has been a busy time.  Vance is running for the Rob Portman Senate seat that I talk about in the video above.  So are Josh Mandel and Jane Timken, along with several others.  All of the candidates seem like they have something good to bring to the seat as Portman exits.  As I also said in the video, I knew Rob Portman when he first started in politics.  He was a kind of Ross Perot Reform Party guy back then, and over time as the glaciers of D.C. politics have worn away at him, he has become a serious RINO, essentially no better than Mitt Romney.  This doesn’t surprise me, nor do the reports that J.D. Vance was a Never Trumper in 2016.  This past week the media looking to churn up controversy in what they consider to be the front runner in the race, J.D. fresh off his successful movie, the Hillbilly Elegy, and book by the same name. Vance has good funding from Peter Theil in the vicinity of $10 million, which is a good start for an Ohio senate race.  I think a lot of the bad media is a good sign for Vance and that a proper defense of him is warranted.  But again, as I mention in the video, the purpose of a primary is not to determine the best character who can run for that seat; it’s who has the best shelf life once they win it.  Which candidate can hold their life together long enough to withstand the rigors of elected life in a powerful seat?

I will meet with Jane Timken coming up soon, which I plan not to miss.  J.D. has had events practically in my backyard as he’s from Middletown, and if I get another chance, I’ll make room for it.  I know Josh Mandel pretty well from his Tea Party activism, and if I had to pick, it would be him right now.  I personally like him, but he doesn’t have much of a reputation as a winner.  He lost a challenge to the socialist Sharrod Brown, and he’s had family trouble.  To me, that’s a shelf-life problem.   I warned Rob Portman of the shelf-life issue when he was making his first run for congress and when he did win, I maintained some relationship with him for a few years after.  His shelf life was about seven years.  Some people like Rand Paul and his father have lasted a lot longer.  Some don’t last much beyond their freshman years intact with their Mr. Smith Goes to Washington intentions. It’s a cutthroat business that a lot of politicians don’t understand until they get there.  A primary election is an excellent way to give them a taste and let voters figure out what that political shelf life might look like.

I wasn’t very excited about J.D. Vance, I’ll admit, when I had those two invites to meet him over the last few months.  I am skeptical of anyone who works for any period with the very liberal film director Ron Howard.  Ron did a great job on the movie Hillbilly Elegy, and he couldn’t have done that good of a job without working closely and getting to know J.D. Vance.  The film and the book are essentially about the life story of Vance and how Middletown, Ohio fell from grace and produced problems for a displaced Appalachia family.  The Vance story is one I know well.  I could tell the same story for thousands of people I know in Hamilton and Middletown, Ohio, who came from Kentucky and West Virginia to get jobs at Fisher Body in Hamilton and Armco in Middletown.  Vance was a darling to liberals, which he played to his advantage while it lasted.  The movie was Academy Award level material, and the book was a New York Times Best Seller. As I’ve said many times, you don’t get those accolades unless you give progressivism a sacrifice on Kong’s Skull Island.   Much like the book The Deer Hunter did, capitalism was painted as the cause of Middletown’s failure, of the small town of Appalachia culture that failed the people of those communities.  But in reality, it’s tampering by government with the markets that ruined those jobs.  It was union activism that made the supply chain unreliable in many cases, and it is that behavior that causes economic downturns anywhere. 

But I saw more than that in Hillbilly Elegy, not just in J.D. Vance himself. He prevailed in the story despite the massive setbacks from his drug-addicted mom and the seemingly dysfunctional antics of his grandmother.  Again, I know lots and lots of these kinds of people, and I know the real story of their lives better than Hollywood, looking to make a statement about the failures of capitalism.  I saw a person in Vance who understood personal responsibility and overcoming barriers, which was a metaphor for his life and the town of Middletown as a whole.   And since 2016, and especially once he was done with the movie, I was not surprised to see a kind of Trumpian candidate that fits well in the American First platform of President Trump.  Vance gets the philosophy and knows how to hit the cable news stations and sell it.  The question everyone has is what kind of shelf life does J.D. Vance have, and does he genuinely believe what he’s saying now. 

Oh, I remember 2016 when Vance was posting on Twitter disparaging things about Trump.  I knew a lot of Republicans who were right along with him.  They were Never Trumpers, just like Glenn Beck was.  Glenn Beck and I shared a mutual friend in Doc Thompson, and there were always talks of doing work on The Blaze, which often put Doc in a tough spot.  I was so mad at Glenn Beck that I swore him off forever. I’m happy to see he has since found his mind now that it’s obvious how good the Trump presidency was.  But if I refused to deal with people who were Never Trumpers, who has since seen the light, I wouldn’t be able to talk to anybody.  There weren’t many of us who were pro-Trump in 2016 who were willing to admit it publicly.  I was a Trump supporter from the beginning and have watched many people change their minds, so it isn’t surprising that Vance has now seen the light.  To my mind, it’s all about building teams, of winning over people’s minds.  So I welcome Vance and people like him who have learned and evolved.  Welcome to the winning team!

Yet when the primary election is held, and whoever wins among these candidates for the Portman Senate seat, we must keep in mind shelf life.  We want a person who will be just as good ten years from now as they are during their freshman year.  We want someone who will be able to still talk about America First after they’ve had a line of lobbyists outside their office trying to buy them off with easy money and cheap wine that will be all too tempting to consume.  And for J.D. Vance’s enduring love for a self-destructive mother hell-bent on drug abuse, I think the young man knows something about overcoming adversity.  He might be the kind of person who can withstand the rigors and maintain a long shelf life in a powerful seat in public office. I’d be more than willing to give him an honest look.

Rich Hoffman

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Thomas Jefferson Was No Racist: And if not for America–and Republicans, there would still be slavery

Thomas Jefferson was not a racist, he worked to free the slaves and everyone of color

It was tough to watch over the 4th of July weekend the utterances of the many Marxists who have gathered people of color on a typical Kotter change state strategy to disparage Mt. Rushmore and the Founding Fathers. Knowing what I do about the country’s origin that anyone with just a little reading could discover, they’d be insulted too.  I just returned from Mt. Rushmore a few weeks ago, as of this writing, and I found it profoundly refreshing and intellectual.  There was a lot more to do at Mt. Rushmore than getting out of the car and look at some carvings on the big rock wall.  It was a temple of conceptual understanding into the nature of a functioning republic, something that had been attempted by Roman and Greek societies thousands of years ago.  It has only recently been resurrected from the impact of the Dark Ages, where mysticism and religion had placed over all humankind in the East and West a cloak a stupidity that held down civilization during the entire duration.  Only what the Founding Fathers proposed improved those lessons learned, not a return to the Greek or Roman, but a superior next step.  And if not for the people on that big stone mountain in South Dakota, there would still be slavery in the world.  America freed the slaves.  Republicans were the ones who did it, and Thomas Jefferson, even though he started as a slave owner for lots of social reasons specific at that time, worked behind the scenes to end slavery one way or another from the very beginning.

As I said in the video above, and in other videos, they had a couple of fabulous bookstores at Mt Rushmore.  At the very end of the viewing stand in the basement, one looks out over the statues through a big window.  I had read about 75% of the books in that bookstore before, but there was a treasure trove of about 25% that I hadn’t, and I bought them up.  One of the books was a little thing about Thomas Jefferson in his own words that I found very refreshing. I’ve read many books on Jefferson, all of which were written by the modern progressive biographers who have put work out that we see today on historical figures.  I find what they all have in common, even though I enjoy their work, perhaps none more than Edmund Morris, is a need to always put a progressive slant on their work to appease the market gatekeepers.  The big New York publishers all have the strategy of obtaining a New York Times review for the covers of their products.  To get that review, the author must pour some salt on the subject and show that they were not magnificent characters of history but rather people like you and me.  They are meant to be brought down to the ordinary level of the mud trollers who lean toward socialism out of laziness instead of the ambition of capitalism.  In that case, Jefferson has been attacked for his slave ownership and his alleged sexual relationship with Sally Hemings.  The purpose of all this side story stuff is to demean the great thoughts he evoked in creating a Declaration of Independence and the assistance in shaping a functioning Constitution for our new republic.  Not a “democracy,” a REPUBLIC. 

I left Mt. Rushmore with my new books in hand. I read them whenever I could throughout the rest of the trip, starting with this book on Jefferson because it was so relevant to the news of our day.  Our republic is under attack by race-baiters hiding their Marxism behind the guilt of slavery. They expect to use it to crush the morality of America into a change state of oppression and eventual control by the United Nations—which is already infiltrated by communists, socialists, and outright Marxists.  When these people talk of global unity, they are talking about socialism and communism being the method of government, and for that to happen, they must topple the United States from economic power. They work every day to do it.  Their best method of doing it is to convince the people of our republic to give up on capitalism which they think is quite possible due to the teacher union control of our education system.  The other way they plan to do it is to remove our good history of America’s foundation from our current reality.  That is why Mt. Rushmore is to them a bitter enemy which they hate.  It was also essential to build Mt. Rushmore in the first place, so people would never forget it. 

I also bought several other books across Kansas that talked in detail about the battle between the Jayhawkers and Bushwhackers well before the Civil War took place, the events of Bloody Kansas that led to the war itself.  America was never a racist nation to have those kinds of fights occurring, of which the Jayhawks, the Red Legs, and Union Army eventually won.   Slaves were freed because people used the Constitution that Jefferson and the other Founding Fathers created, and everyone fought it out.  It was England that brought the slaves to America.  Jefferson knew that if he tried to go too deep with the Declaration and eventual Constitutional Convention, the southern states would not stand together as the original 13 colonies. So, Jefferson took what he could and planned later to take another swipe at slavery with amendments, which is what happened.  It took another war to do it, but it happened, and, in that way, Jefferson revealed in his letters to immediates within his circle of friends.  Jefferson always planned for the formation of America to free people of all color, everywhere in the world.  The pressure of the victory of a Revolution would set off the movement all over the world.

That’s why it’s such an insult to listen to these modern ignoramuses utter such nonsense about America being anything of a racist country.  There is nowhere else in the world where so many people of different backgrounds have come together and lived so freely.  All we hear from the attackers is jealousy that the rest of the world hasn’t figured out how to do it yet.  Perhaps other places in the world would do better if only they learned from America.  It isn’t the American prerogative to give up what’s good so that everyone in the world can be equally wrong.  It is up to them to learn from us and the hard lessons won in the formation of America, which benefits all people.  And finally, what is even worse about the constant attacks of racism toward America is that the Democrats from the beginning were the Bushwackers, the slave owners, and the resistance to creating an independent republic.  They loved the aristocracy of European life and were not eager to take a break for independence.  Today, they are most anxious to retreat to Europe and adopt their socialism so they can be invited to the next Beltway party and live the life of the aristocracy.   The Founding Fathers started in the elite but decided to break away and create something new that resembled what worked with the old.  And for all they say, the Democrats in the modern era, none of it is good, educated, or relevant to history.  It is all malicious and meant to undo us all.

Rich Hoffman

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The Power of “Ghosting It”: Attacking Trump supporters isn’t enough

The Nature of Power

Nobody with a sane mind will dispute that what has been going on with Trump Organization CFO Allen Weisselberg is an abuse of power in the extreme. The means of defending ourselves from the incursions is where the primary problem resides.  The frustration for the insurgents on the political left, which is global, is that the Trump Organization is attached to Donald Trump in a way it hasn’t seen a hit against its brand.  People still love and respect the Trump Organization even as there have been hits against its reputation by radicals looking to destroy the brand and destroying the business’s income.  That is how the left has operated for years, and it’s the only gas they have in the tank.  They have no actual means of destroying people or companies but hope to change the way people feel about them.  But, as we have seen through the election results of President Trump, even though on paper it showed that Joe Biden had won the election because the official titled participants certified the election, the truth about the vote comes out in math all across the country.  Despite all the attempts to tear down the Trump brand, well over 70 million people voted for Donald Trump in the election. They continue to support him even now at rallies and personal statements in every state across the country.  That is the actual vote by the people and is why the Trump Organization hasn’t been torn down yet.  The leftist’s attacks depend on people to stay in the lines created by society, manipulated by the legal system, and conform to the social controls of history to work.  But they haven’t been working, so the system itself is getting desperate and attacking anybody close to Trump that they can get a hold of to destroy any potential that Trump might resume his climb into the Executive Office as an elected representative.

This case illustrates perfectly why so many people in the world clammer for power or their perception of it.  One of the reasons my management method of “Ghosting It” is so effective is that it exists by living outside of the definitions for power that are generally instilled in our culture from its inception.  The reason people want power, whether it is political power, power within a community, a family, even within a friendship, is because they count on titles and official capacities to shape the world to their liking.  We all want to believe in our legal system. Still, unfortunately, such as the case with the Trump Organization, the New York prosecutors have gained power by title so that they could, in essence, control the definitions of law and order.  Since we have lost our connection to Natural Law in America, it thus allows for any tyrant to acquire power and use that power to destroy their enemies.  In this case of Trump, the left is terrified Trump will continue to break the rules and run for president yet again, which will destroy all their long-established plans.  Many of which have been in place for over a century.  The progressive effort in society has sought to remove Natural Law, family strength, and an economic grip on capitalism since the 19th century.  They intend to “progress” beyond those American concepts and seek to destroy any reference that might root the country to those ideas, and they are out for blood to continue that path.  That is why they have been working so hard to corrupt our legal system over so many decades.  They want desperately to have the kind of power they are showing in New York, to interpret the law, and to use it as a weapon to achieve their political desires.  We see the same behavior currently working against Rudy Giuliani where they have taken the law license of the former mayor just because he has been representing Donald Trump on legal matters. 

Over the last few weeks, I have been talking about two legal cases that came about before the progressive era took root, the Wild West period. In this case, Laurence Murphy gained control of the law in New Mexico to edge his rival, John Chism, out of the cattle baron business.  And we saw it again when the town of Deadwood, South Dakota, paid a killer to shoot Wild Bill before he could become sheriff and clean the city up from the crimes that were happening there that were making a lot of money for a lot of people.  I point those out because comparing things to western history, relatively simple politics shows the intent of vile evil people wonderfully.  Most people can agree on the facts when presented against the context of history long over the horizon of concern.  It is much harder for people to decide that the same type of thing was going on against Trump with James Comey, for instance, who had weaponized the FBI to control the kind of people who could be elected into representation roles in the American government. The message to us all has been that if we elect someone, the intelligence community from a Deep State perspective doesn’t approve of, those people will be destroyed by the law, which has been happening to Donald Trump since he announced he was running.  None of the enemies thought Trump would survive, and they are perplexed that he continues to survive.  So for them, the next best thing is to go after people close to Trump, hoping to erode him with a lack of support.  The other method they utilize, which they were caught on this past year, was election fraud.  If a candidate isn’t destroyed by some miracle in the media and people vote for them anyway, they will cheat.  This has likely been going on for many years.  It was just this past election where Trump was the one who had over 80 million votes, not Joe Biden, where they had to cheat so bad that they got caught this time. 

But to their minds, getting caught isn’t the worst thing in the world because they still have the power of the law to abuse to hide their crimes, which is why they have spent so much time and energy trying to acquire control over many years.  They always wanted to have James Comey types out there running the FBI for the political insurgency.  And they always wish to have liberal prosecutors to go after their political enemies, which is the whole intent of attacking the Trump Organization.  Thus, the way to beat these villains is to keep our law and order rooted in Natural Law.  And to stay committed to that fight, the public conflict must come from “ghosting it.” Trump has an instinct for it, as do most great leaders; they always have.  I have lately put a definition to it that allows others to utilize the tactic.  The way to beat progressives of radical leftism is to be bigger than them, have more maneuverability than they do, and take away the fear they expect to utilize by controlling the legal process.  Trump is “ghosting it,” so they will never catch him.  No matter who they attack, Trump has made himself untouchable by using his legendary status built over a lifetime and is unleashing it now in a way that no institutional controls can manage.  And that is the sunny side of the gruesome stuff we see now, especially coming out of New York legally.  The old tricks won’t work anymore, because as the Trump Organization proves, people still have all the power.  And maybe for the first time in history, controlling law and order from a government standpoint isn’t working.  Cheating the vote wasn’t enough because there are still many Americans and supporters worldwide who know better, and they aren’t giving up.

Rich Hoffman

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