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

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

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

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

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

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

Rich Hoffman

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My Advice on Bitcoin: The goal by America’s enemies is to collapse the dollar

Most days, and several times during those days, I get asked my opinion on Bitcoin and how much I’ve invested in it.  The answer is that I don’t support Bitcoin, and I have not invested any money in it, no matter how much speculators talk it up.  To me, it’s a mechanism to collapse the American dollar as the dominant force in the world, and I’d advise against participating in cryptocurrency.  Sure, some money might be made, but the revolution itself is more scam than reality.  As I say in the video above, under a collapsed America instigated by a Biden presidency, I can see how hiding money in a cryptocurrency like Bitcoin would be attractive.  A pirate currency isn’t a bad idea when the world falls apart and ends up flat on its face, as things appear to be today.  My focus is on electing Trump to a second term, and up and down the tickets Republicans strong enough to last for the next 30 to 40 years.  I have invested in America First and a strong USA dollar that continues to lead the world.  Running from that world and hiding money in places like cyberspace is not a good idea—because, ultimately, the internet is not free.  The governemnts of the world control cyberspace.  You don’t run to cyberspace to rebel or hide from them.  It would help if you faced them directly.  And take power away from them and put it where it belongs, in our Republic backed by the American currency.  That is how to preserve and retain value in our financial health.

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The Biden Trap: It’s not about money, its about communism

I’m going to call it a trap, the whole discussion about Biden’s infrastructure plan, the multitrillion-dollar monstrosity that only feeds the DC culture’s swamp creatures.  As I said in the video above, I don’t think any Democrats care about infrastructure.  They want to help sell Chinese communism by showing how gridlocked our government is compared to how China operates.  They don’t like democratic processes, and China intends to control those they have paid off. According to the Biden laptop, the Biden family certainly belongs to China to show how slow and ineffective the American government is.  Biden and the Democrats knew there would be a fight in Congress; they hoped there would be.  They counted on it because it’s not the budget they want to be passed.  It’s to convince weak-kneed Americans to give up on our current representative government and to accept Chinese communism.  It was always the plan, and China has it worked out, so they win no matter what happens.  Except if it is shown that Biden isn’t the president.  Now that, that is something nobody is prepared for.

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The Internet is Not Free: Governments watch porn sites, and they know what you try to hide

There is a big thing that we typically miss when we talk about how governments get the idea that they can abuse us by ignoring the Constitution.  And we give them the information to perform the task away so easily.  Remember everyone; the internet is not free.  And porn on the internet is not there to entertain you; it’s to trap you with bait, no different than how we catch fish at a pond.  There are lots of people watching everything you do with your mouse and keystrokes.  It may not always be a human watching; most of the time, it’s probably a form of artificial intelligence, but the people who want to rule the world get the information. They know how many people are sexually submissive out there.  They know how many people secretly want to be subjected to bondage, whipped, spanked, or insulted by a dominatrix because they can track your IP address and see what your innermost wishes are.  And if you are one of those who wants to be abused sexually, then you likely will put up with a domineering government that insults you constantly with things such as mask mandates, illegally issued.  In the mind of the sexual pervert, terms like “illegal” and “abusive” are desired, not an act of villainy.  That is how they thought they could get away with the communist treachery of Covid-19 because they looked at everyone’s sexual desires through porn tracking and could see statistically how people would behave if a government showed itself to be a dominatrix. 

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Electric Cars are Not the Future: Biden is setting up major car company losses

Biden is Wrong about Electric Cars

As I said above, I am not against electric cars.  Tesla is the kind of car I’m thinking about getting, especially the new truck they are about to come out with.  But the speech Joe Biden gave about electric cars being the wave of the future and that we are never going back was ridiculously stupid as he toured a Ford factory that is making electric F150s.  Someone needs to explain to these idiots that market decisions in an economy are driven by market need.  The government doesn’t mandate “need.” For Biden to proclaim as he did, electric cars were being pushed forward regardless of how anybody feels about it.  America would either lead or fall behind shows that he and his handlers don’t even understand the basics of economics 101.  Tesla has managed to do well in creating a market niche for itself.  But there is no indication whatsoever that electric cars from Ford, General Motors, or any other car company will be successful.  There are a lot of factors about American cars that the intrusive Joe Biden government is not considering that will spell doom for those who have fallen into the trap of building cars that people don’t want for needs that don’t exist except in the realm of the environmental wackos and far-left greenie weenies. 

The typical F150 buyer likes to rev up their engines at stoplights; they want to put modified exhaust systems on them when the trucks get later in age so that people can hear how powerful their machines are.  Electric engines are quiet.  You might be able to get some speed out of them, but who cares if nobody can hear it?  The evolution of the American auto in America is not just about getting from one place to another; it’s about the statement you make in getting there.  Many auto buyers like the sound of an engine to announce who they are and make proclamations of individuality.  And their cars and trucks help them express that need.  For Biden and team government, they ignore all those basic needs and trade them for concern for the environment that does not exist, nor can they even express that it is accurate.  Typical F150 drivers care far more about nature than these government losers.  They hunt, camp, spend a lot of time outdoors roaming the earth, and the perception of environmentalism created by prominent government liberals is simply out of touch with reality.  You can’t trust the statistics they use to justify their positions any better than the CDC was able to tell us that wearing masks helped even a little in stopping the spread of Covid-19, which Dr. Fauci helped develop at a lab in Wuhan, China.

There aren’t enough power stations to support electric cars to match the government’s push for all these car companies to flood the market with electric vehicles, which is a typical mismanagement plan by the government who never thinks things through properly.  For instance, there is a decent infrastructure for Tesla cars; they have a system in their navigation that helps you find a charging station.  You can swap out at some of these your battery for a charged one so you can continue driving.  But if there are too many electric cars on the streets, there will be long lines at these charging stations, and people won’t like that.  I can think of the proper use of charging stations at Disney Springs in Orlando.  On the top floor of the parking garage, you can charge your electric car while you shop. That’s a pretty good idea, but it can’t handle many vehicles at the same time.  If there are ten or twenty electric cars there at the same time, they will have problems, and if those drivers are counting on a charge to get home, and all the stations are occupied, those drivers will have a problem.  To create the infrastructure that will support lots of charges at fuel stops, the electric car market is a long way from where it needs to support the type of electric car market that Joe Biden is talking about. 

20% of all-electric car owners go back to gas-powered vehicles mainly because of this charging issue. The electric cars are great for about 300 miles, but then what?  It’s not like 50 cars an hour will be able to pull off the highway at some distant fuel station and get a refill, a box of donuts, and a fresh cup of coffee in under 15 minutes and get back on the road.  Recharging an electric car takes some time and resources.  For a niche market, we have the infrastructure to support small numbers of electric vehicles, but nowhere near the amount needed to have every significant car company putting out their versions of an electric vehicle that will be dependent on that same under-supported infrastructure system.  Of course, the government thinks that building infrastructure is as easy as kids playing with Legos.  They have no concept of cost, they print the money, and since they are government-paid stooges, they don’t and won’t understand why fuel station operators will be reluctant to change all their gas pumps to electric to support the need. 

Of course, the government thinks that solar and wind power, free, will support all these power needs, but they have not done the math.  Just as a metaphorical comparison, I have been looking for an electric generator for my RV.  I found one I like; it’s a 1000 watt-hour super battery thing that can recharge with solar panels.  I think it’s pretty cool to be in the middle of nowhere and be able to get enough power to run a microwave and recharge cell phones, maybe.  But I need the kind of power that will run an air conditioner and lots of other things, so a gas generator is still the best option until lithium technology advances to that level, which will be a while.  To generate the kind of power that will support the electric car market at all these fuel stations will require a lot of solar panels, more than most people have green grass on their property and far better batteries to store that energy in.  We are nowhere close to taking care of those needs, yet the government has pushed these car companies into making these substantial financial advancements into cars that people don’t even want.  The typical F150 owner wants to hear their truck roar; they don’t want to drive a fancy golf cart.  Ford will have all these poor trucks sitting around only to have people desire the gas option.  And for the government to say, “ready or not, here we come” regarding electric car sales and infrastructure, their attitude is that if people have to wait to get a recharge, then so be it.  They can stay at home, save the earth and collect a government check as people did during the covid shutdowns. 

I would love to have a Tesla as a kind of secondary play vehicle.  But as a primary mode of transportation, no way.  I don’t want lines when I have somewhere to go. Suppose a fuel stop takes longer than 10 minutes for me; it’s too long.  I have places to go and people to see, and I don’t have time to manage my life around electric recharging stations or even plug and unplug my car at my house every time I want to go somewhere.  There are so many problems with electric vehicles that the government hasn’t come close to working out that they have no idea how stupid everything Joe Biden said at that Ford plant sounded.  They think they are the most intelligent people in the world by using free solar energy to power the American car culture.  But what they don’t understand is that free doesn’t make it good.  It’s free for a reason. 

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Companies Aligned with China are Failing: It’s not a good idea to bet against America

There has been panic which I’ve explained before to those concerned about the amount of power corporations have.  The worry is that corporations will force us to accept vaccine passports to move around the country, that they’ll push us out of amusement parks if we don’t get woke policies, and that they’ll regulate our lives by generally denying us fun and happiness.  It is essentially the Chinese model that we are seeing play out in the opening days of the Biden administration. Companies like Disney and Coka Cola, who have global aims, have placed their bets that the way to those international markets is through the communism of China.  That is essentially the bet of the NBA, an organization made up of socialist players to go global China style.  So, they are ignoring American markets treating us like garbage because they are going for what they think is a bigger prize in the world of tomorrow under a one-world government ran by the United Nations and influenced by communism. That’s how we arrived here, but I have explained it a different way, and my bets are placed opposite of the international trend.  Those who are betting against America are going to pay for it in a big way. 

Now I love traditional Disney.  I think Walt Disney is one of the great entrepreneurs of our American history.  I have no problem sharing Disney with the rest of the world.  If Disney is broadcasting American values, it’s a great thing.  Disney the Man.  Not Disney, the corporation that woke leftists and Democrat presidential hopefuls now run.  I would offer that these new leaders of corporate Disney, Coke, and the NBA—among others—don’t know what they are doing and have over-leveraged their influence over the American population.  For instance, Disney thinks people are so hungry for their Disney+ service, their amusement parks, and their many restaurants and hotels that they will put up with crazy, radical communist policies in trade for fun.  I would offer that people reject those services in favor of freedom and that market pressures will shift away from those corporations to other options.  Such as Facebook and Twitter assumed that they would have control over the flow of information, but instead, options are erupting everywhere.  The Facebook model is now dying as we speak as well as Twitter.  Their influence is waning due to their activism against President Trump and his 70 million voters.  Disney is suffering the same fate; they are losing billions of dollars in their commitment to wokeness, and I don’t ever see them recovering.  Their decision to leverage their entertainment assets against American traditions is costing them as they speak, and the brand damage is incalculable. 

I have wanted to return to Disney World for a vacation, so I occasionally watch video vlogs of people who cover the parks in Orlando, and what they are reporting is embarrassing compared to my experiences in the past.  Disney World as a vacation spot has been one of the best locations on earth for entertainment.  Not only do they have a collection of the best rides that are anywhere, but they have great employees who carry the company message of happiness and enthusiasm for life.  But this move by the company to go full woke, to empower all the radical leftwing causes, the Black Lives Matters types, the gun grabbers, the rainbow gays on Disney characters, the transgender policies have ruined that positive employee interaction.  I didn’t help to shut down for Covid and never fully restaffing.  With the theme parks at a much-reduced capacity, waiting times excessively high only to be greeted with more and more Covid restrictions, the brand of Disney has been whittled away during the election year of 2020, and their gamble will not be paying off.  You can see it most in the many specialty shops that are closed and appear to be gone forever, the little chocolate shops and souvenir spots that are seldom ever open anymore because of the declined attendance.

This past week, Ron DeSantis in Florida removed all emergency Covid restrictions, so Disney cannot blame the government for its temperature-taking and mask mandates.  That is a liberal policy from the management of Disney as a company that wants to see central government restriction to get the payoff of a culture shift from America to China, where they placed all their bets.  And those bets are now in the multibillion dollars.  That is why they are trying not to show panic, but they look to have lost their pre-2019 market share forever.  The evidence was in the fan reaction to the Gina Carano firing from the Star Wars Mandalorian series because she came out on Twitter as a conservative.  The way that Disney fired her showed they have no idea what is driving market forces these days, and when Star Wars fans rebelled by canceling their Disney+ memberships, the company had to attempt to fix it by hiring her back, or at least to let the fans know they were thinking about it.  With Florida now without Covid restrictions, yet Disney insisting on keeping them going costing themselves even more billions by the month, there are many more Gina Carano-like concessions they will have to make in the future to attempt to regain market share.  That might help.  I might revisit the parks, but I’m not going to spend a lot of money there to see a bunch of closed restaurants, lines that are socially distanced, and having to wear a stupid mask in the hot Florida sun over a communist attempt at insurgency by the management of the Disney Company. 

That has been my message from the beginning of this woke attempt by companies to steer us into political directions.  Money rules, and they can’t cheat that vote.  People ultimately have the power over their corporations, and the best way to make them honest again is by hitting them in the pocketbook. Don’t buy their crap and watch how fast they give up their communist dreams.  They should have never listened to the China playbook.  The market share was never going to come from the East, and stealing it from America was never going to work.  It might have looked good on paper to people too stupid to ask the obvious questions.  But now, the dollars and cents are telling the story quite well.  It’s not just Disney either.  They make an excellent example because their brand is so well known and significant.  Watching them fall the way they have provides a glimpse into smaller corporations that are just as bad off but not obvious to the public.  The NBA gained popularity because of Larry Bird and the great competition with Michael Jorden.  People will be turned off by athletes taking up communist causes.  The corporations themselves do not set public policy; they are created to fulfill a public need.  And so long as they do that, they will make money.  When they think they can steer that policy, they will fail every single time.  The NBA has seriously damaged their brand, likely forever also.  It took a long time to build and only a few years to destroy.  Good luck in China, where they don’t have the money to support those types of endeavors, and they never will.  So, fret not; you have a lot more control over this wokeness than you think.  It’s already coming apart, so let it fall apart.  There are plenty of other things in life to do.  We don’t need companies that aren’t pro-American.

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No Gun Control: We can’t trust this government especially after what they did to Rudy Giuliani

No Gun Control, we can’t trust this government

I’m not making threats when I say the FBI raid of Rudy Giuliani on the same day as Beijing Biden’s “state of the union” is why we can never give government rights to regulate guns.  The harassment and confiscation of the electronic devices Giuliani had by the FBI shows the massive corruption that the DOJ is capable of and how willing they were to break the law.  Of course, we know, as I said in the video above, that there are lots of strategic reasons for the raid from the big-government types using the FBI for political terrorism.  We are all big boys and girls, so we don’t need to talk about how unfair it is.  It is what it is.  The least talked about portion of the attack was digging up dirt on Trump, hoping to find something to build a case against his re-election.  The Democrats, who are the bosses of the FBI, know history.  Many times, a “great leader” was exiled out of their homeland only to gain strength and return for conquest.

Vladimir Lenin comes to mind before the Russian Revolution of 1917.  Except for this time, the communists are worried about Trump coming back into power. Many Democrats are concerned about Trump helping Republicans win back the seats within the House and Senate.  And even worse, they are worried that those Republicans won’t be Frank Luntz Republicans, the wishy-washy weak John Boehner types.  But more those like Ron DeSantis and Kristie Noem.  The risk to Democrats is genuine.  They expected complete conquest of Republicans after the election of 2020, but that hasn’t happened.  And now there is panic, so they used their pals in the FBI to harass President Trump’s attorney, the long-time well-respected figure Rudy Giuliani, Mr. Law Enforcement himself, and former mayor of New York.

I mentioned guns because it’s evident that we have a lawless society, and the Democratic party is in power and has control of our three-letter intelligence agencies.  What other conclusion is there?  Yet I have no plans to submit to their takeover of our country and their desire to undo America from within so that their financiers in China can conquer us for a greater good that only they think is good.  Just as China wants to do everywhere, especially in Taiwan and Japan, they mean eradicating us any way possible, and the Executive Branch represents that attack.  That leaves us needing guns to protect us from the lawlessness that this current government exhibits audaciously.  I don’t want violence, but this administration certainly does, and they attacked Giuliani as a warning to us all to submit to their power and authority.  If Rudy Giuliani can be attacked the way he was by the FBI and Biden Justice Department, then they can and will do it to any of us at any time.  Their intentions have been made known.  So why in the hell would we listen to these corrupt government types when they say that we should trust them with gun control?  That is like following instructions from a robber to leave your house unlocked so they can pillage you and your family whenever they feel like it.  Gun control is off the table in every way it could be.  Suppose we can’t trust elections, and we can’t take back our government from these riotous thieves? In that case, we’re going to need those guns for proper management of our government because it’s evident that the FBI doesn’t work for America; it’s for the corporate influences and the Chinese government behind the Biden presidency.

Additionally, various audits are going on regarding the election fraud that occurred in the election of 2020.  Rudy Giuliani has been one of the leading figures regarding questioning the election results.  Mike Lindell has been another as well as Sydney Powell.  All these people are being proven to be right about their accusation of voter fraud.  That is yet another reason to attack Giuliani, shut him up and find some dirt that might destroy his credibility.  If only they could get to Giuliani before the Arizona audit gets leaked.  When that happens, and everyone will realize that there were large amounts of fraud in those five states that shut down in the middle of the night to steal the election and that Fox News had the inside gaff, which is why they called it so early.  Many people at all levels of government could and should be in big-time trouble over that election.  Democrats have no choice but to deny, deny, and deny, attack, attack, and attack all those who might point out the crimes committed.  We are dealing with massive corruption here by the government that controls the FBI, so what does anybody think is possible with this situation?  That we might ask them to stop being so mean? 

What was done to Roger Stone, Paul Manafort, really all the Trump people who have been harassed and abused from well before his administration ever started was more than enough to justify a complete armed revolution.  We haven’t yet as Americans because we still have hope that the system might work yet.  But when we see a current president going after a former president and using the FBI to do it, then that is the Democrats begging for a war they think they will win.  Because Frank the duntz Luntz told them so.  We should all be insulted that this government has gone this far.  They are going for blood, and they intend to scare us all so far that we will comply without defending ourselves, just as they do in China.  That is where this playbook comes from.  The raid of Rudy Giuliani was unprovoked, illegal, and the sheer evidence of foreign influence over our current government that is as anti-American as conceivably possible, and it’s all reprehensible and cannot be accepted. 

We must deal with reality and not hopeful dreams; we are dealing with a vast evil that has no problem abusing people, even to their destruction.  And they aren’t doing it in the darkness of night; they raid these high-profile figures at 6 AM to show their command of our days.  They go for lower-profile people too, but they don’t make the news.  Our court system does not work anymore.  Wokeness has infected our corporations and entertainment culture to the point where they are trying to corral us all into the slaughterhouse pen for our projected destruction.  Then to seal the deal, they promote gun control as a fix to all the problems they caused for their very mechanisms of evil.  And the greatest insult is that they expect to get away with it because they always have.  To my mind, this means that when Republicans gain control over the Department of Justice, which Trump had, but he was too good of a guy to use that power—the next time, we better use it.  Otherwise, there will be nothing but blood to spill to regain our government and not find ourselves sold to China while sleeping, which looks to be the case now.  But there is no room for gun control of any kind.  There is no trust in this government because of the FBI’s behavior as political operatives for the Democrat Party.  That fault is their own, and they have not been shy about flaunting that power.  So, for our right, neither should we.

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The Government Panics: Over a quarter of all people just aren’t going to get the Covid vaccine

Government fails to convince people that Covid was real

I’m not bragging, but it’s important to point out when you are right about something so that people know they can trust you when you say something.  I watch a lot of news, and I listen to talk radio for nearly 16 to 17 hours per day, often when I’m doing other things as well.  I read a lot, at least 3 hours of something a day, newsprint, books, opinion pieces, and I can say that when Covid-19 broke as a story, I blew it off for what it was, an election year attack against Trump after the impeachment thing fell apart in the House in January of 2020.  A plan hatched in Davos and New York by corporate progressives behind the Green communist agenda then hatched their plan to steal the election.  They planned to trap Trump with this whole Covid thing, and a national shutdown of the economy was created to ruin the red hot economy.  They wanted to cause people not to vote for Trump in the November election later that year.  Trump, however, made the best of things; it didn’t hurt the internals on both sides, so at that point, Plan B was unleashed and Democrats, along with those same corporate progressives, planned to use Covid as an excuse to change voting habits.  I said all that in January and February before there was even a single lockdown, so by March, when all the unfathomable police state lockdowns started happening, and people didn’t know what to do, I had predicted everything, to the crossed “Ts” and dotted, “Is.” And because of my exposure to media, I think it’s safe to say that I was the first and only one perhaps in the entire world to call Covid what it was at the point when the CDC and WHO was saying it.  It was a scam at the start, and it’s a scam now; even people who typically are good with these things, like Rush Limbaugh, bought the Covid begin in the first two weeks, but not me.  I didn’t buy it for one minute, so that should set the stage for all the things I will say about Covid in the months to come, including today. 

The Covid lockdowns, the quarantining, the social distancing, everything we have been doing regarding Covid has been for show, to sell the severity of the virus without any proof that it was ever hazardous.  We know the government agencies lied to us about the deaths, how they spread, and what was good to do or not do based on their agenda items.  It was clear that most of what we did do in reaction to Covid made things worse, which the government wanted to keep the story alive to satisfy all their political targets for 2020.  Just look at the case from a New York perspective, and the betrayal becomes obvious.  The same for Michigan, a complete disaster.  The solution to Covid from the beginning was to take medicine.  Not to wear a dirty virus-filled mask that kept the virus alive longer and allowed it to spread more easily because you constantly touch the mask with your hands then touch everything else.  And to avoid exposing the virus to ultraviolent sunlight, which kills it. After all, the mask’s purpose was to keep the virus alive longer so that Democrats and their science activists could keep the virus alive until the election was over.  Like now, Joe Biden has set a target of July 4th before people can remove their masks to show off the new authority the government thinks it has because of how people listened to them during 2020.  Only 2021 is a different story.  People are no longer listening.  Thankfully, they are finally calling bullshit on the government response to the virus because history has more than shown that people like me were right from the beginning; the government approach to Covid was all wrong and deliberately toxic for strategic political reasons.  And now that there are vaccines available, the kind of people who fall for these government tricks are ready to get back into action.  Then, the people like me always thought Covid was pure politics who are now joined in skepticism by the vaccination types. 

I knew what was going to happen all along. The activity at Paul Brown Stadium during the last weekend of April 2021 is all anybody needs to know about Covid protocols and their motivations, and the government’s ability to know anything.  So free vaccinations were being offered at the pro football stadium in downtown Cincinnati, where I live. They expected 5000 people to come and get the shot over that public offering, to fight Covid—as it was sold to the public.  However, only 1000 people showed up.  The government missed the mark by 4000 people, overstating what they thought would show up based on their internal projections and considering a downtown population of around a million people in the region.  They ended the weekend way under their targets. As a result of some re-calculation that goes all the way up to the Biden White House and their CDC co-conspirators, it is now apparent that there will always be a quarter of our entire population who will never get the Covid vaccination. 

So what does all that mean?  Well, even with all the hard-selling, the cheated election results, the attempted conquest by the government on a society of free people who were convinced to lock themselves in their homes, destroy their economy, lose their jobs and even not see family members, there is still one-quarter of the entire American population that hasn’t been terrified into getting the vaccine.  Of those who did get the vaccine, they essentially did so to regain freedom from a government that took those freedoms away during the whole ordeal. They didn’t get the vaccine because they believed the CDC and other government scientists so much as ordinary people just wanted to get the government off their backs so they could get back to everyday life. They were learning all that makes that quarter percent population a lot scarier than they otherwise might be because the government threw everything, including the kitchen sink, at this Covid thing only to get these very short-term results.  When the government scientists roleplayed this whole coronavirus attack from China back at Event 202 in New York in October of 2019, they planned and expected a much more significant portion of the American population to be suckered into this scam.  For them, it is very disheartening to learn that all they accomplished over the last year of their scamdemic failed to do more than get 1000 people to show up at a football stadium to get something for free for what was sold as a “good cause.”

I know now it’s fashionable to be scared of what the government has done with Covid and the intentions for destroying our Republic.  The masks are off, and people can now see what I’ve been warning everyone about for decades.  And I haven’t been wrong about any of it.  And I’m not wrong now when I say that there is panic in this Biden government of corporate progressives.  They thought they were masters of the universe, and they did not respect the American people.  They failed to understand what motivates them, what makes them tick.  Corporate progressives thought that just because people respond favorably to their burger ads or will shop at their stores and go to their theme parks, watch their network television shows, that they would also listen to the same types of people when told that Covid was dangerous and would give up their freedoms to fight it. That’s where everything went wrong.  Americans will do things and listen when they think they have a choice.  But the moment you take that choice away from them, they go in the other direction.  They vote for Trump.  They go to motorcycle rallies.  They drink too much.  They do lots of destructive things they might not otherwise do if the government had just left them alone.  Because they are free to think, people in America will naturally question everything and work against organized thought out of their self-preservation.  And that’s why this government and ultimately the global push to make Covid a unifier of all cultures under the communism of China is because people in America are free to think, and once they get a chance, they decide for themselves how to live and think.  They are no closer to being broken than before the day Covid-19 was announced as a pandemic by the CDC and WHO.  For these idiots, that is frustrating—a sure sign of their ultimate and inevitable failure in the months to come.  

Cliffhanger the Overmanwarrior


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Protecting Drivers from Protestors: The trick of using free speech to destroy the Constitution

Protestors Should Not Be in the Road, Ever

It’s about time; Oklahoma is proposing legislation to protect drivers who run protestors carrying their anarchy into the roadways of that state.  Other states such as Indiana and Florida pursuing similar protections, which is a perfect thing and long overdue.  We have witnessed many riots over the last several years, especially the race-baiting Democrats who have been engaged.  With them, it’s been quite a show; they were the ones who were responsible for slavery and fighting to keep it in place.  Now to cover that crime, they seek to control people of color another way. They are obliged all too often with riots in the streets every time Democrats find they need a diversion from their many crimes and liabilities derived from legislative errors.  Many of these protests are just thinly disguised attempts to exert Marxism into American society. Hence, their target is always commerce, which is why these mobs have been seeking to shut down our nation’s highways.  On several occasions, panicked drivers being forced to sit in traffic as these mobs destroy their property in terrifying ways have tried to drive through the attackers harming and even killing them.  For the drivers, not only did they have their property destroyed and had to sit through a terrifying occasion, but then they end up prosecuted for using their car as a deadly weapon.  It is hardly fair, and justice has been desperately needed. 

Thankfully, states like Oklahoma are providing that justice.  While nobody wants anybody to get hurt, no protestor should ever expect their free speech to harm other people’s liberty, specifically their right to commerce.  The moment that any protestor affects the individual lives of other people, such as showing up at their homes and playing loud music or chanting through a bullhorn to keep the occupants inside awake, we are then dealing with a disturbance of the peace situation.  The violators have then surrendered their constitutional protections of free speech and should then be arrested and prosecuted.  That is the same with protestors who have disrupted the meals of their targets in public.  Those protests are then disturbance of the peace violations and need to be met with aggressive action.  The occupants of a restaurant are there to pay for a nice meal.  It is their right and privilege.  Robbing that experience from people to usher in some protest is not acceptable and not part of the ground rules of a free society.  The protestors may be free to speak their mind, even if it’s wrong.  But they do not have a right to rob other people of enjoyment.  Whatever legal jargon might allow for a gray spot in interpretation requires clarity quickly, which, thankfully, these states mentioned are beginning to do. 

Now protestors might argue that taking away their right to get people’s attention will weaken their ability to get their point across.  That is not the problem of a society of commerce.  That is the problem of the protestor.  If the protestor has a good point, people will follow them.  If people think of the protestors as an inconvenience, they will be ignored, and their points glazed over.  That is how battles in a free-market economy are conducted.  Nobody has a right to dominate the minds and thoughts of others.  However, that’s not what the protestors want.  If we read the many books that they have been circulating for years, books such as The Coming Insurrection, Mao’s Little Red Book, and Rules for Radicals, it’s clear they want Marxism disguised as fairness.  So, they don’t care at all about individual rights, and they openly seek to destroy unregulated commerce.  And to deal with protestors legally in this regard, we can’t allow ourselves to think that we are protecting free speech when in all reality, we are working against all the other rights of the Constitution. 

It is a basic premise in our society that if people are walking around on railroad tracks or a highway, their safety is not the responsibility of other people. Suppose they put themselves in danger by being within the means of commerce of any kind, boat, plane, car, train—anything, that their life is in their own hands.  That is true even if there is a mob of hundreds and hundreds of people.  It is not the truck driver’s duty to stop the work and delay shipment of their product from one place to another because many protestors decided to bring their gripes to the truck driver’s life and alter his reality. While traveling at a moderate rate of speed, the truck driver should be unable to slow down and move right on through the mob unimpeded.  If there are injuries or deaths, then that obligation rests on the people in the road, not the drivers, to have one more thing to worry about.  If animals cross into a road, which could be understood since they don’t know better, they are struck all the time.  It is understood generally that the right to commerce is more important than an accident from some creature, unfortunately, being in the road when a car comes along.  However, in the case of humans, they do know better.  Now they may be impaired by drugs, or they may be sick with political ideology.  Regardless, they are still ill of mind and prone to destruction if they end up in the road and are hit by a car or truck while protesting. 

For many years, these ideas have been generally understood.  However, in our now overly litigious society, we see challenges to this premise. Many drivers have been stopping and yielding to these protestors because they are more afraid of the legal system than the derelicts of destruction that often end up in these mobs.  That is why the many state legislators must do as Oklahoma are doing now, making the issue quite specific.  Commerce must be a protected right, people’s ability to be free of a protest should they want to be supported.  We cannot allow people who wish to bring harm to our constitutional republic to use our rules against us disguised as free speech, but with the intent of violating the whole foundation of our legal system while in the process, which is what has been happening.  The challenge has left people feeling defenseless and vulnerable, which should never be the case in a civil society.  Because the alternative is that if protesters act with lawlessness, which is their premise when they loot and vandalize during protests, we fight back with lawlessness.  I don’t think that’s where we all want to go.  It would be better if everyone agreed with the laws, and we could at least have that as a common means of exchange.  But putting up with the chaos and aggression against commerce is not an option.  Commerce is much more sacred than the feelings of a Marxist minority, or even a majority, should that ever occur.  And before open violence between drivers and protests happens, the ground rules need to be clear: what Oklahoma and many other states are now doing, and not a moment too soon.

Cliffhanger the Overmanwarrior


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The Great Middletown Mound: A proper excavation is needed to discover the giant humans inside

IMG_4365Before there was ever an Indiana Jones movie my teachers were telling me through those scholastic aptitude tests you take in elementary school that my three most likely occupations that I was most suited for were as an archaeologist, a test pilot, and a daredevil.  Of course those last two they didn’t take very seriously, but the first came after watching me with the other kids at COSI in Columbus where I often went off by myself to study things that interested me and I asked questions from the workers that were unexpected.  Over the years my wife talked me away from being a professional daredevil which has cheapened the cost of owning a car—so that’s a good thing.  Being a test pilot required training in the military and that is way too conformist for me.  On the skill side, it would be no problem, but on the taking orders side—forget it.  And archaeology didn’t pay enough.  I wanted a family and I like to spend time with them, so running all over the world getting dirty all the time for very little money wasn’t appealing as a career.  But I do enjoy it as a hobby and have never really put it away.  As a kid I grew up in Liberty Township and watched many neighborhoods develop over top of Indian burial mounds which didn’t bother me much because I like seeing new things come from the human race.  But the land that I grew up on always seemed to me to be holding some key to civilization that needed to be unlocked, so when opportunities came for me to live in different places around the world like New Zealand, New York, Los Angeles and Florida came up—I passed because I honestly feel like I live in one of the best places in the world—and I’ve traveled plenty to know the difference.

But it was only after reading Fritz Zimmerman’s very good book, The Nephilim Chronicles: A Travel Guide to the Ancient Ruins in the Ohio Valley that I noticed that the so-called Middletown Mound that I’ve read about before was actually across the river from my house quietly hiding in plain sight.  It was only then that I realized that the mound was actually about the same size as the Miamisburg Mound which I just revealed to everyone who reads here–contained the skeleton of a species of ancient giant.  That skeleton measured in length to around 9’ tall.  After that discovery the excavators packed up and never returned—which to me is an enormous mystery.  It is my challenge to the scientific community to return to that site and conduct a proper modern excavation and learn all they can about the culture that built the thing and discover where they came from—because likely the roots go way back to the British Isles and even further to the times of the Sumerian—pre deluge times if you believe in that kind of thing.IMG_4370

Thankfully, because of Indian Jones movies archaeology has seen a tremendous uptick in interest for the last three decades and a lot of very good discoveries have been made around the world and things are starting to become quite clear.  Of course the stubborn old academics are grudgingly holding onto their old theories about things, and modern politics has built a tremendous industry around the victimization of Indian tribes using those beaten people as a platform to win elections—but we are discovering that ancient giants lived in North America well before Columbus ever sailed the ocean blue to “discover” the New World.  It was new to Europe, but the rest of the world including the Chinese were already there and thriving.  And the evidence is in these mound building cultures which has been acquired by many inspired professional and amateur archaeologists that have set the stage for new conclusions about old things and their origins.

So as I was reading through Fritz’s travel guide I noticed that the Middletown Mound wasn’t just some little thing like the ones that many Liberty Township neighborhoods were built over—it was 88’ tall originally which made it as large as the Miamisburg Mound and nearly as tall as the Silbury Hill at Avebury in England.  And the thing was literally sitting right within my site—but nobody knew about it.  Even the people living near it would just point at it and say—“yeah, that’s where them there Indians have some ‘ingines’ buried.”  In reality, and its hiiiigglly likely, there are 8’ to 9’ people buried within the Middletown Mound given what we know about the one in Miamisburg and the surrounding gravel quarries along the Great Miami River.

Of course I went down to see it and you can see the results from the pictures shown here, it’s a location protected as an archaeological site of Historic Places beginning in 1971.  So thankfully, nobody can build on it, but otherwise it’s just sitting there waiting for us to discover and give it some attention—which it clearly deserves.  It is clear that archaeologists had dug an exploratory trench through the middle of it and that the top had been pulled away, but the incomplete nature of it is incomprehensible to me.  How could anybody call themselves an institute of science and leave something this significant sitting in such a dilapidated state?  It is beyond me that politics and religion would be allowed to hinder us from proper scientific discovery of facts sitting right in front of us.

If this Middletown Mound site were in England the English Heritage people would have built a theme park out of the mound and used the money to fund their excavations and trickle their excess funds into museums like the Museum Center in Cincinnati.  Looking at the site there is enough to work with to conduct a significant dig while hosting it to the public for families to visit and get to know better.  And if giants are found in the mound—they need to be properly woven into our historical record.  If not, we still need to know more about the people who built it and not just rely on some raw assumptions that it served as a high point for communication upstream.

And honestly, this is why I have never left Liberty Township.  I think this area, and in general Ohio, hold a key to life on planet earth that is still preserved from wars which have destroyed the Middle East—where I think these mound builders originated.  Fritz Zimmerman’s books confirm much of what I’ve suspected with hard evidence of rather intricate ancient ruins and the Middletown Mound is more than just a high spot built by an extinct people.  It’s an ancient ruin likely dating back to before Christ and it needs to be understood clearly—not half cocked with speculation by underfunded grave robbers.  After visiting the site of the Middletown Mound I think there is at least 80% potential that what could be discovered inside would change the very nature of archaeology forever—and drive infinite amounts of money in new funding toward the science.  And we’d be crazy not to do something about it—which is why I’m writing this.  The people who read here know who I’m talking to.  Let’s get our thoughts together and do something about it.  Such an important archaeological contributor is in Butler County, Ohio and we should do it justice for the benefit of everyone.  I saw what they did at Stonehenge recently, which was very impressive.  Some might say that this kind of thing isn’t as cool as Stonehenge, but let me say this—I just came from that mysterious place, and the Middletown Mound holds its place in the category of mystery that is equitable.  We should be doing more with it than just letting trees grow on top of something so potentially significant.  But forget about the whole argument about the site being a “Native American Graves” site, because as I’ve stated, the Native American Graves Protection and Repatriation Act (NAGPRA), Pub. L. 101-601, 25 U.S.C. 3001 et seq., 104 Stat. 3048, the United States federal law enacted on 16 November 1990 needs to be repealed so that proper discovery can take place of such sites—because “Native American” is not a proper term for the people who lived in North America unless you count the Giants of Ohio who lived here well before Europeans arrived after Columbus.

And we can’t properly do that work if we are always apologizing for the sorrows of westward expansion.  That is mostly why that great Middletown Mound is sitting there in limbo—and we are compelled to change that status.  The lineal descendants of the relics found in the Middletown Mound won’t be the Shawnee, Adena, or the Hopewell Indians, likely they will be the members of the current Middle East who have a heritage with Sumer. So don’t worry about tracking down whatever Indian tribe might own the relics found in the Middletown Mound to Oklahoma or South Dakota, or wherever.  The lineal descendants who have proper heritage possession of the mound’s contents are those of us still alive in the United States to tell this global story for the benefit of all mankind.

Rich Hoffman

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