The Public Toilet that Lakota Schools Is: We tried a conservative board, but they are just as bad, except for Darbi Boddy

Recently someone from Lakota schools attempting to defend the horrible behavior of the adult staff and administrators there sent me a list of Republicans and conservatives who have been caught in sex trafficking and the widespread abuse of children as if to justify the massive failures going on in the public school system. My thoughts on it are that it’s much easier to make a list of conservatives who commit such terrible acts against children because if liberals were included, we wouldn’t have enough time in the history of the world to complete such a list because there are so many. But regarding Republicans, I had just been thinking about how disappointed I have been in trying to play things right and what we ended up with on the Lakota school board. But there were good stories, too; one thing you can count on in life is that Darbi Boddy will never be accused of accepting evil and contributing to young people’s delinquency. But for all the work that was put into getting a new conservative school board in the Lakota school system, the board is just as bad as when the liberals ran it with the majority, back when Brad Lovell and Joan Powell were the ring leaders. Suppose a political body, such as the prosecutor’s office, the sheriff’s department, and all the other characters involved, cannot protect children as the most serious element needed in a public school. In that case, there is absolutely no hope for them. At least I can say that I tried to work it out with a social solution working within the rules, even if I doubted from the beginning that a conservative school board at Lakota schools would work at all. I wouldn’t say I will stop trying, but the results have been garbage. It didn’t matter if we had a conservative majority on the school board or a bunch of sex-crazed liberals; the results were the same. The system itself is broken and is left resolute to allow progressive politics to seep into all communities and work at destroying conservative values wherever they reside. There is no hope for public education to work. 

As that same person pointed out, the recent student teacher at Lakota who has found a lot of trouble for trying to have a sexual relationship with a 14-year-old kid in one of the junior schools had attended Liberty University, a traditionally Christian school. My reply was that she was picked as a target of investigation, likely because she attended that school, so the corrupt administrators could point to someone and say, “see, they want to have sex with kids too.” I’m against anybody who wants to do such a thing, and if conservatives turn their backs on children and fail to do the right thing for their well-being, then I hate them just as much as liberals who do it. It doesn’t change my anger toward them because they call themselves conservatives. What do I say all the time, “I love Republicans until they show me that they aren’t.” And it might be recalled that I recently pointed out that the Republican Party leadership of Butler County needs an oil change so that newcomers who want to do good can. Instead of letting some Boss Hogg characters run things with the level of corruption that was typical on the television show, The Dukes of Hazzard. If I don’t get invited to the Christmas Party this year because of it, I think I’ll live. It will just be one less thing for me to worry about. If people don’t have the guts to do the right, basic things in their life, I’m not impressed with them, and I generally won’t waste my time with them. If people turn bad, no matter what political party they are in, I scrap them, move on, and never look back. So with that said, Darbi Boddy and others who have risen to support her in the face of terrible radical teacher union protests and out-of-control superintendents who pick fights and then cry when people accept those challenges like a little baby have been worth knowing and supporting. But the efforts at the Lakota school board have been horrible; I’d say it’s much worse than when the liberals ran things in the past.

.So when I say that public education is no better than using a public toilet, there is some context to go by. I tried to be part of a solution to bring proper management to the Lakota school system. I prefer not to think about public education; I have a long history of showing all the problems with it. They are institutions of liberalism that seek to embed themselves into a community and to sell destructive progressive ideas to the residents who are forced to pay for the product with the value of their properties. It’s a horrible deal; I’d prefer not to deal with them at all. I only do because they are in my community and do not represent the conservative values of my community. Another person wrote me recently and stated they were considering moving because they only moved to Lakota because of the schools. I say to those people, leave. Move away and take all your stupid liberal ideas with you. If you want to live in a great community, then do so. But don’t move to a liberal school and bring a bunch of liberal east coast ideas with you and expect everything to work out well. I lived in the area when most of the neighborhoods that are built today contained cows and vast open fields. And the cows were much better neighbors. The pigs you could smell when you drove down the road smelled far better than the smell of today and what comes out of Lakota schools. If those losers who moved here to leech off the Lakota public school system for the free babysitting service want to move to a more liberal area, then I would be fine with that. It would not hurt my feelings at all to bulldoze all those homes back into dust and to put the cows back. They were much higher quality lifeforms than the supporters of Superintendent Matt Miller and his administrators of doom. The kids of the community would be a lot better off.

But it’s not just Lakota; it’s all public schools, government in all its various manifestations. The bigger government is, the more corrupt it presents itself. And if conservatives are fighting to preserve a big government approach, then they cease to be conservatives in my way of looking at things and are just as worthless. I remind people also, all the time, that we are not a democracy. We have a democratic way of establishing who manages our government, but we are not a flee bitten democracy where popular sentiment rules the day. As is the case in Lakota, if most people think that child abuse is OK or open sexual lifestyles are permissible because the sheriff, the prosecutors, the media, and a bunch of crybaby residents believe it’s OK, that doesn’t make it OK. Leadership is where one person stands up against a tide of bad decisions alone and under great ridicule and does the right thing anyway. That is what we expect in our republic form of government. That’s what Darbi Boddy has been doing. But as to the rest of the characters have been typical, and what is typical leads to the conclusion that all government schools are no better than public toilets and the content that gets flushed down them. I wouldn’t send a kid to a public school if the school paid me to do it instead of the other way around. It’s a worthless product run by terrible, horrible people who are dumb as rocks. And it’s irresponsible to consider them teaching anybody, anything. Ever. 

Rich Hoffman

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The Smokescreen of Ana D’Ettorre: Ombudsman exposing reckless lives and moral inadequacies within the Lakota employee population

I tend to feel sorry for Ana Leigh D’Ettorre, who was a student teacher at Lakota schools and looks to have started a sexual relationship with a 14-year-old boy while at Liberty Junior School. I have seen some of her work; clearly, the 24-year-old was a nice fresh-out-of-college progressive who was just doing what she had been taught. And in the hallways of Liberty Junior and in the teacher’s lounge, based on the behavior of the other administrators and teachers, the young girl likely thought it was normal to seduce one of her students, which led to the Butler County prosecutor’s office indicting her with one felony charge for unlawful sexual conduct along with 11 counts of disseminating material harmful to juveniles. As soon as this story broke, and there is, of course, a lot more to it, the mother of the boy discussed the details with my good friend, Vanessa Wells; people were wondering why these same harsh standards weren’t applied to Lakota’s superintendent. Naturally, when the school board and the leadership of the school show that they have such permissive attitudes about sexual lifestyles, then what kind of example in the culture were they sending to Lakota employees like Ana D’Ettorre? Suppose you are a new teacher, even if it is just a student teacher and not a long-time member of the teacher’s union with several decades of work behind them when you know what leadership at Lakota is projecting as lifestyle choices. What other conclusion would you make about the permissibility of having sex with children? I mean, D’Ettorre herself is just a kid, as far as I’m concerned, and in this no-judgment world that progressives who run these schools expect to live by, why would the young teacher not think it was appropriate to engage in sexual pursuits with a 14-year-old boy? 

Based on my history with Lakota and public schools in general, I think there is a lot of sexual misconduct going on in all government schools. I can think of a case right off the top of my head where a teacher in a power position over a concerned mother seduced her into an affair. The mom wanted what was best for her child and found herself on the bad side of a power relationship that certainly benefited the teacher. And of course the teacher’s talk. There is a lot of dating that goes on between them, and as we learned about Lakota’s superintendent, there are a lot of swinging lifestyles occurring that they think are perfectly normal. Out of a large employee body in a public school system, the number of destructive sexual lifestyles among adults I think are as high as 10%. And we would define destructive by alternative sex that does not result in pursuing a spouse for marriage and raising children. Sex is purely a recreational pursuit for its own sake and with whoever might happen along. Sex, after all, is the ultimate form of collectivism, which progressives love, but conservatives hate. So the community sentiment toward these things is far different from the employees drawn to the teaching occupation. We haven’t just seen it a few times where teachers fall in love with their students, both males and females; we see it a lot. And the schools themselves have a general policy of squashing the stories before they ever make it to the school board. And suppose they do make it to the school board. In that case, public relations firms and lawyers control the narrative so the public doesn’t get suspicious and start to believe that the schools aren’t safe for the free babysitting service that the public schools genuinely are. 

In the case of the 24-year-old girl, it sounds almost like a normal relationship; a young girl finds herself attracted to a young boy. I mean, at least we aren’t talking about some creepy transvestite who wants to shake their fake boobs to their shop class here. It’s at least a biological girl and a biological boy. They are all young people. These days a 10-year age difference hardly seems strange, by ridiculous public-school standards where talk about molesting children is considered “pillow talk.” Yet we saw the police and the school system attempt to look like they were throwing the book at the kid. For essentially doing all the things, and less, that the school superintendent and the school board had just covered up with great public spectacle. If that is the standard for sexual conduct between students and teachers in Lakota, then there should be a lot more prosecutions going on. Instead, what it looks like to me is that Lakota and the public unions, in general, were looking for a fall guy in the education process to throw under the bus. Ana D’Ettorre made a convenient target, not a long-time employee, so the unions were fine to sacrifice one of their own. And in these media-reported stories, it’s always a “student teacher,” never a fully staffed long-term employee. And usually, the employees are never working at the school when a prosecutor puts forth indictments. There have been a few cases where the media have reported sexually bad behavior in public schools during 2022, and they are largely like this case with Ana D’Ettorre, who is not currently working in the district and is a student teacher instead of part of a full-time staff. 

So yes, I feel sorry for everyone involved, the mom of the son, the kid who thought he met an older woman, and a young girl who, by the way, she expresses herself, had traded away her own youth for the progressive journey of the Brave New World that public education is. And when Lakota needed to show the public that they took sexual matters seriously, they threw a bone like Ana out there for the public to consume. At the same time, the much worse sexual behavior continued without a media spectacle. Because if people knew what was happening in these government schools among the employees, they would not think of this prosecutor’s case with a grand jury indictment as much of anything but a smoke screen. It’s a long-known scam that many parents are just learning about. But don’t worry, if the media and their public relations people think they are going to manipulate the public all in the scheme to encourage the tax-paying public to stay asleep and continue funding these liberal disasters, we have developed a nice little network at Lakota where ombudsman abound with great passion. And if you find yourself in such a mess, we will help you with it. While we can’t make people who insist on doing bad things and hiding them do good things, we can expose them so that the public can know what their money pays for. Much of the disappointment over the school superintendent case at Lakota was the trust people put into the systems of control that clearly let them down, particularly the media. People expect a certain amount of corruption in school boards and the police. The media traditionally keeps corruption as honest as possible with free speech coverage. But as we saw, the media can be bought by the kind of public relations mechanics Lakota utilizes to protect its workforce from outside judgment. And when they need to throw the public a bone, they pick a nice, easy target, like Ana D’Ettorre, and throw her to the wolves hoping to protect the rest of the flock from proper social judgment for their reckless lives and moral inadequacies. 

Rich Hoffman

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The FTX Scam Shows Just How Fake Democrat Influence Really Is: We aren’t talking about financial investments but an invasion of our country

You have to understand that the purposeful mismanagement of something is part of the enemy’s strategy advocating for the collapse of America. I mean, Jerome Powell and Janet Yellon running the Federal Reserve, the denials that we were in a recession just to hope that politically Democrats might lose fewer seats in the Midterms. Just like the southern border in America, what we have seen with the Fed has been purposeful mismanagement of the money supply so that companies like BlackRock could purchase up a majority of company stock and convert their board of directors over to ESG standards and other woke policies set by the enemy of America, The Desecrators of Davos, led by Klaus Schwab and his gang of thieves at the World Economic Forum, Bill Gates and George Soros included. That is why I have told people who have asked me about cryptocurrency to stay away from it. The rebellion to move money from stable investments over into crypto has been part of the scheme. Of course, the rebellion is part of the desecration strategy to convince people that their government’s management of their money supply is corrupt so that they would then invest in losers like this Sam Bankman-Fried kid. The media sold him as the next Mark Zuckerberg, only not in data collection but in crypto investments through FTX. Now, just after the elections of 2022, FTX has filed bankruptcy, and the kid is hiding in the Bahamas, hoping that everything will cool down in a few years because he has done his job, which is to trick people into giving him real money in exchange for cryptocurrency, and then the real money that was given to him was then spent on Democrat political candidates, to either keep them in power or expand their influence so that a Liberal World Order could then be implemented in the vacuums of power. Its almost the same trick that Larry Fink has used with Jerome Powell at the Federal Reserve, government-sponsored quantitative easing to prop up fake value allowing BlackRock, StateStreet, and Vanguard to buy up the boards of many companies to turn them into chessboard assets for the Desecrators of Davos. 

I’ve never been a cryptocurrency fan because it is a rebellion vote for a stabilized currency. People who want to prepare for the eventual collapse of a government want to have some stable hedge against the complete collapse of our economy in America. And my advice is to fight it out with your government and force them to have a stable government and manage it properly rather than waste your efforts on these loser kids like Sam Bankman-Fried. The media knowingly lied to investors to prop up these alternative currencies for just this purpose. And once the scam was understood, they played their part in covering up the story. Without a doubt, Sam Bankman-Fried and his partners knew what they were doing. Still, in this obviously purposeful destruction of our world, his advisors undoubtedly explained that all the courts would soon be destroyed in America. There wouldn’t be anybody to prosecute him, just as we see in most industries in the United States through rules and regulations that are meant to cripple companies with the cost of compliance. FTX gave $37 million to Democrats during the last election cycle and has pledged to provide as much as a billion dollars to Democrats if President Trump returns to the scene, which of course, he is. They have been the second largest donors to Democrats, just behind George Soros. We know what his intentions have been, the complete Cloward-Piven collapse of the American economy with open borders and the liberalization of our laws to our own demise. These are military strategies, not investments. And what ends up happening with cryptocurrency is just another big money laundering operation working beyond the reach of the government to convert good money into weapons of war, leaving no value behind to the investor by fake numbers on a balance sheet.

However, it’s not all gloom and doom. And this is what I tell everyone when they look at these things and wonder how we will survive everything. I tell them, look at Democrats and their friends in the World Economic Forum, with all their election fraud tricks and their obvious money laundering operations in cryptocurrency and Ukraine; they know they don’t have real power, so they have to cheat and make things up to look like they are relevant to the powers of the world. And the way to beat them is to enforce value upon their lives which they obviously won’t be able to live up to. It’s not that they have any real power, all they have are tricks, and once people realize what those tricks are, they are no longer considered legitimate. Even if they wanted to throw a billion dollars at President Trump, like everyone will attempt to do, it assumes that money can actually buy elections, and they can’t. While we have been looking at that rabbit coming out of the hat, Democrats have gained power through election fraud and the various digital machines they have used to rig elections. And when those were watched too closely, they did what they got caught in Arizona doing this last time, slow walking performance to wear down the people watching so they could give fake votes over to their pick for whatever political position was being contested. But it’s all about scams for Democrats. They can’t win a straight fight; they have to cheat, just as was the obvious strategy of FTX.

Of course, the world is reeling from this FTX news, especially in Dubai, where cryptocurrency has been a growing trend. People who don’t want to invest their money backed by a government have been running to crypto. But really, the purpose of a country is to have a stable currency; why else would there be a need for a country? So it should not be a shock that organizations behind the open border movement are the same ones pushing cryptocurrency. Once people stop looking to a government for a controlled standard and accept crypto as an alternative, then all the plans that the World Economic Forum has for a one-world currency, a one-world order, and a takeover of all forms of government will then run with the Chinese model of a centralized bank complete with social credit scores will then be possible. But none of this is natural; it has all been an attack all along from international bandits who have been looking to loot our country from under us, buy up our politicians like Mitch McConnell and Joe Biden with fake money created in the process and own them at the policy level to launder value toward their globalist goals. Without their tricks and their acts of malice, Democrats would be nothing and would have no power. Like cryptocurrency, their entire value is in the perception of reality. Not in reality itself. Their existence in the political and financial worlds is a trick, a ruse. Without mass manipulation of people’s goodwill, Democrats would have nothing. And because people have not been looking at the war against the American monetary policies in the aggressive ways they should have, it has been working for Democrats. But when companies like FTX fall apart, then and only then do people see the house of cards that their mechanisms of power always were. 

Rich Hoffman

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Like Spoiled Brat Children, Yes Lakota’s School Board is Laughing at us: You have to work really hard to move the needle just a little bit

I know, it feels like the Lakota school board was laughing at us and sticking their tongue out at us like a bunch of spoiled brat kids in the back seat of a car after their Monday meeting, where they essentially declared their superintendent guilt-free despite the protests from the community. I read the situation differently, but I understand how it feels. I’ve been doing this kind of stuff for a long time, and I think I’ve seen every ugly thing humans can do to each other many times. But I remember how I felt when I was just getting into some of this stuff in my 20s and 30s. I was so upset about it that it essentially started my writing career. I wrote my first book, The Symposium of Justice, as my contemplations after some very nasty business in the city of Mason, where my wife and I had been raising our children. It is painful to realize that the systems we thought were put in place to serve the public and make a better society are just organizations of malice meant to give adults all their fantasies of power and manipulation to satisfy the worst in human nature. It is extremely deflating to learn that most of our institutions have been built to serve sheer evil and that none of them work the way we thought they did or how they were portrayed on television. I’ve dealt with crooked cops all my life, and I wrote about those experiences in my book. Not all cops are bad; I think many get into the business for the right reasons. But I am not surprised by how things occurred in Lakota, where many thought there should be criminal prosecution of the Lakota superintendent, and all that ended up happening, in the end, was that the school board, the public employees, the police, and the media seemed to laugh and mock our efforts at justice. 

I’ve told the story years ago about some of my early years, and when I uncovered a drug distribution network in one of my old neighborhoods, I thought the police would be happy to hear it. I took the case to the mayor of Mason himself, and before it was all said and done, it involved even public officials in the city of Cincinnati mayor’s office at the time. It involved the FBI too and the media. For a while, it was a full-on war that eventually, the police came to my home to talk sense to us, and they said to my wife and me in our living room, “if you want to live in a nice neighborhood, why don’t you move to one.” Which, at the time, we thought was a pretty good neighborhood. It was a starter neighborhood in Mason; we liked the school. My wife was a volunteer there. And we wanted to help keep our community nice. But a percentage of the police force found easy money in selling drugs or allowing teenagers to sell drugs, and they facilitated it. And some good cops wanted to do a good job, and they would tell me that their hands were tied. When the city’s mayor wouldn’t prosecute hours and hours and hours of drug deals I had on tape filmed from the living room window of my house across the street where they were selling, I knew I was in trouble. I remember how it felt, and I see those same feelings coming out in young people in their 30s and 40s who don’t understand why the Lakota schools would take the position they have on the bad conduct of their superintendent. And why would the police and prosecutor not take the situation seriously? 

I’ve asked those same questions, and I wrote a book to propose what could be done about it. I have learned that many of our society’s institutions are contaminated with diabolical evil, and they want to keep it that way. They try to convince us that it’s not so. But we see it playing out everywhere, whether it’s our national policies, global problems, or local school system. Evil grows in institutions where good people are told to put on the blinders and trust the authorities. And the truth is, you can never trust them. It’s not that people start out in life as evil, but with each new bad decision they make, they become more so with each one. They seek refuge in the teacher’s union or government institution. Bad things turn into everyday things, and the basic collectivism of an administrative state defines itself as the facilitator of what is bad in the world by its very nature. And evil protects itself from the judgment of people who haven’t become that way yet. And even worse, people who are in those systems don’t see themselves as evil; they think any attack on the system they serve as evil, so it’s not hard for them to have a good laugh when they have pushed back against our judgment for thinking what they were are doing is wrong. I didn’t listen to those Mason cops for about two years. We stayed in that little house longer than we needed to, but we eventually moved. It was the right thing for us, but I hated giving the impression to them that we were giving them what they wanted. But my family was miserable with all the constant fighting.   Every time we left our home to go someplace, it was like there was a party where the entire street would celebrate our departure. It was a horrible thing to go through, and when we did move to a home where we had a lot more space and could control our neighborhood much better, we were much better off.

But should it be that way? Of course not. And I took what I learned from those experiences and have committed myself to a continuation that fights on the ground that I control, and that’s how it will always be for me. I would say that if you want good in the world, you have to work 1000X harder than evil to have just a little bit of good. And that it’s worth all the work. And when evil mocks you, as they clearly are in Lakota schools over their display of a rigged system against the taxpayers, a system that they control, and are supported by other institutions committed to the same Liberal World Order, understand what you are looking at. If they hate you, you are serving the side of good. You are showing kids that there are options in the world and that there isn’t only one decision, to be pushed through the meat grinder of liberalism and to have their intellects destroyed before they even have a chance at a good life. The system may be rigged for the efforts of evil, but that doesn’t mean we are helpless. It just means that fighting for what’s right is much harder than they told us growing up. They don’t tell stories about how it is on television or in movies. They don’t write songs about how evil works in the world. So many people are broad-sided when they have to confront it. Only the church deals with this issue; many people don’t have a relationship with the church these days, and when they do, they can’t see how to apply it to their daily lives. But remember, when you see them mocking you, remember that the information you learn from them is far better than the results you hope for. And buckle down for the fight and know that you will have to work much harder than them for positive results. Then knowing that you will be much more prepared to do what’s right for the world.   It’s worth the fight, even though it doesn’t feel that way most of the time. But it’s a lot of work. Many people don’t want to work hard to do what’s right. It’s much easier to cave to the pressure of evil, which is how it spreads.

Rich Hoffman

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Yes, There was a Massive Red Wave: What we learned after the sand washed away

Yes, there was a red wave, and all kinds of interesting games spawned because of it. But the bottom line of the election of 2022 was that the massive red wave, where millions and millions more Republican voters engaged in the voting process, particularly in House races, exposed an enormous election fraud mechanism endorsed by the establishment figures of both parties and has now left an awkward sentiment in the wake. Now we know why for the last decade and more, there was a push for early voting; it was so those scam artists working for the political establishments could get an understanding of how voters were voting and tip the scales on election day to put their choice over the top. And who were their forces representing, well, the Desecrators of Davos, the money people from the World Economic Forum who thoroughly understood their need to control global elections to implement their doom strategy indicated in the Klaus Schwab book, The Great Reset. They have known for a long time that their plans for global domination and the end of all sovereign states would not be possible unless they could control elections in the United States. So early voting disguised as “voter empowerment” became the strategy of modern elections and the benefit to the foreign forces who most desired outcomes they controlled. 

Statistically speaking, there is no way there are so many races almost two weeks from the November 2022 elections that are so close to calling that a winner could not be determined. In the end, Republicans did the essential thing: to take back the House of Representatives and end the terrible career of Nancy Pelosi. That was always the first step after the previous two elections, where Democrats representing the Desecrators of Davos in America made aggressive moves to gain power seats as a natural reaction to President Trump. Their actions were so aggressive that they often overplayed their hands, much more so than when Obama was in the White House. When Trump was President, the forces against America made angry moves that were obvious to those looking. And the election fraud schemes that had been in place for many years were suddenly being noticed. In the old days, we wondered how an election in Florida could be so close until Ron DeSantis won the governor race by a very narrow margin, then reformed those who counted ballots. Once he did that in 2018, by 2022, even Miami Dade moved toward Republicans. One part of it is that Ron DeSantis has been a great governor. But it’s more than that. Even Marco Rubio trended above typical Republican voting patterns. The elephant in the room was that votes were being appropriately managed, not illegally, and that showed the true sentiment of the nation during elections. Florida went from being a purple state to a clearly red one. As good as DeSantis has been, people don’t change that much in just one election cycle. Instead, a better count of the votes on election day showed what the republic truly wanted. 

I had the opportunity recently to be sitting at the table of a fancy shindig with Frank LaRose, Ohio’s Secretary of State, and I asked him about election fraud and how he was managing it. After our conversation, I was convinced that Ohio had a pretty good system to defend against election fraud. But also, after talking to him, and Frank is a very competent person, I thought that if each state in America didn’t have its own version of him, then election fraud would be an all too tempting target for foreign attackers to exploit those states with election controls. Kemp was able to get decent results out of Georgia, where Stacy Abrams wasn’t even close this time, because of election reform, where they made it easier to vote but harder to cheat. And the situation in Arizona was extremely obvious, where Katie Hobbs was running for governor against Kari Lake, and Hobbs presided over her own election. There were so many problems in Arizona that lawsuits and security scrutiny over the election would go on for years. But that election fraud was the key to the Democrat strategy cannot be overlooked as they were caught red-handed in the effort. The difference between a Frank LaRose in Ohio and a Katie Hobbs in Arizona clearly shows the danger of not having the right people counting votes. When variables like early voting, mail-in ballots through ridiculous Covid rules, and discrepancies with digital voting machines are all thrown into the mix, there are many opportunities for election fraud. It happens much more than anybody wants to admit. There is no excuse for all the close races this time around other than the Desecrators of Davos know that people are on to their scam, primarily implemented through the Democrat Party but contained in the messaging of corporate media and establishment Republicans like Mitch McConnell. They couldn’t afford for Republicans to take over all the Houses of congress and start getting control of all these states, like Michigan, Pennsylvania, Arizona, Nevada, California, etc. Because if Republicans gained power in those places, then the Desecrators of Davos would lose their ability to manipulate American elections. 

Yet, due to the overwhelming number of Republicans who voted in 2022, the footprints of election fraud were clearly seen this time. Early voting, and mail-in voting, were always schemes to incite election fraud and to control which political party controlled the government in America. And the truth that has been revealed, especially in states who gained control of election fraud within a reasonable percentage over the last several years, such as Ohio, Texas, Florida, and Georgia, is that the obvious result has been that Republicans suddenly jump out to comfortable leads because the vote represents the true intentions of the voters. We would see the same kind of ratio in even California if proper voting regulations were put in place and maintained. The proof of the fraud is in how so many close races ended up leaning toward Republicans even when early voting showed what margins Democrats had to achieve through fraud to overcome the Republicans. But on same-day voting, Democrats got it wrong and didn’t quite have enough to put their candidate over the top. That is the only way to explain why even after two weeks, were surges on election day helped Republicans overcome the margin, that many races were uniquely too close to call. A few of those types of races around the country would be believable. But a surplus of them is not possible. Statistically, to have so many elections as close as they are, you have a better chance of being hit in the head by an asteroid today. Rather, the statistics point to an election fraud mechanism that was busted by the massive red wave that did occur, with millions more voters washing away what had been hidden under the sand for many years now. This 2022 election exposed a treacherous plot by foreign interests using domestic terrorists to steal American elections to dismantle our country. Which is a crime; it’s treason and sedition and is punishable by more than jail. And they have been caught. So, the question now is, what are we going to do about it?

Rich Hoffman

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Remember When Lakota Paid $175,000 to an Employee over Ethical Violations: The cost of mismanagement of public employees is extraordinarily high

For the quick answer that is being talked about because of the Lakota superintendent’s lawsuit threat letters, the response to them would, of course, be frivolous litigation aggressively pursued based on The New York Times v. Sullivan case of 1964. In that well-known case, criticism of public officials protected by the 1st and 14th Amendments ensures that legal recourse is off limits for pursuing damages. The price for a life in public office and the comforts that come with living off public funds is that criticism is healthy for an honest exchange of information. No matter how crazy the information may be, which hasn’t been the case with this Lakota superintendent case, it is protected under the American Constitution. There is consistent case law that resolves the issue to the extent that any challenge to it would perfectly justify a knowingly frivolous abuse of litigation and the time of the courts themselves. And with that known, the aggressive attack on the public by sending out threatening letters to around ten community members just because they expressed themselves about the kind of private conduct that Matt Miller has utilized in his life has only caused a lot more anger. Because of this aggressive act, and what has been learned about what the school board knew and when, now there have been explorations of class action litigation against Lakota schools themselves for the reckless spending of taxpayer funds that have gone on not just in the actions of protecting their superintendent from public judgment, but in several other instances as well. Currently, a group of people are adding up all the costs and instances so that a coherent story can be pieced together by the evidence, and further action is pending in those assemblies. 

Yet, along the way, it has been noticed that a lawsuit filed by former teacher union leadership member Emily Osterling won her $175,000 in 2019 for wrongful termination back in 2017. At that time, Matt Miller put forth an 11-page resolution that listed a series of allegations, none of them criminal, pertaining to Osterling’s dealings with students and their parents. The resolution illustrated behavior that was willful and persistent violations of board policy pertaining to staff ethics as well as Ohio’s code of professional conduct for educators. And federal laws govern how she educates and serves the students. Well, that got some people’s attention since we had all just been told that any of the Lakota superintendent’s actions revealed from his very explicit divorce records that his conduct wasn’t illegal. And that morality wasn’t a consideration of employment. Upon learning about all this behavior, many people in the Lakota district were shocked that Lakota didn’t have a “morality clause” in the superintendent’s contract like other schools do. And in that oversight, they have allowed a very aggressive, a very progressive activist and an unwelcomed figure into our community at a high cost, with no way to get rid of him. And that has brought up the excessive cost of keeping that employee with indirect costs that go far beyond his actual salary and benefits. By the time his cost to Lakota is added up due to lawyer fees, public relations firms, and other burdens connected to other instances of similar mismanagement, it looks to be in the many thousands of dollars. Even millions if we go back to all the circumstances since his hiring in 2017 when that Emily Osterling case occurred. Now I’m not suddenly a supporter of teacher union members. But the point of this matter is how Emily Osterling could be held to some standard of values and even terminated from her job when Matt Miller was not held to the same standard as a superintendent for essentially doing much worse. 

Matt Miller was always nice in my presence, so I was shocked to learn that several school board members thought Matt would sue the district over his contract for a lot of money if he were terminated over the revelation of his divorce revelations in 2020. I had my doubts about this until I saw how he behaved toward the community who learned about his private life and expressed themselves as to why they didn’t like it. The letter I received was very aggressive, and my policy on that kind of thing was to hit back many times harder. That’s when discussion about a class action case started to take root in gathering up all the facts and the timeline. And after reading that letter, it was obvious that the school board’s worries were justified. However, to understand the law, it would have been better to settle the issue in court than to dig deeper into the trouble with attempts to cover it all up with PR firms and lawyers. Understanding the constitutional limits of legal recourse, it would have been perfectly justified to counter any such attack with frivolous litigation given the context of his contract concerning community reputation, which was his burden to maintain healthily. 

With the standard set by the Emily Osterling case, it’s evident that a community precedent had been established in removing her as an employee. It didn’t hold up in court, and they ended up paying her out a lot of money. Add her case to the many others out there and we have a serious case of mismanagement at the school board level over a long period of time. The job has been too big for them to handle since they give everything to some professional class to take care of, which ends up costing a lot of money. Of course, there will be justifiable legal costs, with legal firms and PR outlets, but what we are seeing is a massive amount of waste, waste we wouldn’t have noticed unless Lakota’s superintendent decided to attack members of the community in these bizarre ways as if he were entitled to employment, no matter what his personal conduct revealed. Much of this he has done to himself through his own mismanagement of his own life. Then Lakota, as a district, has had to spend a lot of money to protect him from his own actions. Then when you add up all those costs to all other similar disputes with other employees and public relations problems, you get quite a large number. And that large number results from massive mismanagement by a public-school culture that is out of control and not aligned with the community that pays for it.

And in many cases, the only correction we have for such bad behavior on a massive scale is the constitutional protections of The New York Times v. Sullivan, 1964. No wonder progressives everywhere want to shut down free speech. But all the law of our country is built around constitutional law, not the protection of public employees by a judgmental public. Without those judgments, there is literally nothing to keep public employees honest. And what is such an insult with this case at Lakota, despite learning that the very things that are happening now and being justified as correct were the same things that same superintendent did to get rid of other employees, for ethical standards. And to keep people from talking about it, he sent out nasty threats to people hoping to crush criticism which in his case, the criticisms are more than well justified. The best advice anybody could give him would be that he shouldn’t be making news if he doesn’t want to be in the news. And threatening the community for their anger at his actions is making news, not the kind Lakota would like to have. But it’s just the latest in a long history of mistakes that have cost a fortune and have nothing to do with funding education for children. 

Rich Hoffman

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The Election Results of 2022: I think it went pretty well and said a lot

Since the election of 2022, there has been a lot of talk about the results. So how were those results? I would say they were very good. You always have to be careful on media narratives when they hype a “red wave” because likely what they are trying to do is to make something seem much more effective than it turns out to be so they can then create a media narrative that says, “oh, Trump is losing his power of endorsements. The country is turning away from Trump.” No, Trump’s endorsements were just fine; at this point in time, there is still a lot of dust to settle, but the bottom line is that Republicans will stop the bleeding of the Biden administration by winning back the House and getting rid of Nancy Pelosi. The Senate swing is looking to head in the direction of the Republicans. But without 5 to 6-seat majorities, it really doesn’t matter because the RINOs will cancel any legislative enforcement toward a pro-American agenda. But it’s a good start compared to what we have been seeing. I can say that my local candidates in the state of Ohio all won. My personal endorsements continue to do very well, especially in the controversial local races in my town.

Most of them did well because that is where the country is swinging. Steve Chabot down in Cincinnati did lose due to redistricting, which wasn’t a surprise. I liked Steve, but he wasn’t my favorite, not enough to put my personal endorsement next to. Sharon Kennedy, another person I greatly support, she won as Chief Justice of the Supreme Court, which is more significant than a lot of people understand. Governor DeWine will now be able to replace her on the Ohio Supreme Court with a conservative appointment which will only strengthen the court. So, all in all, I think it was a great night. I’d love to see massive majorities in the Senate and to see some of those governor races flip from blue to red, but what we ended up with was a very good start to taking back our country from the insurgent Democrats. 

You have to remember the red wave that we have been talking about was attacking liberal strongholds, such as in New York, Michigan, and corrupt Pennsylvania, where the long-standing practice of ballot harvesting has long been in effect. This election was much different than the ones in the past, where social media platforms with millions and millions of people on them were able, in live time to track reports of election fraud. Even in 2020, these mechanisms were unavailable; all people had were Twitter, Facebook, and Fox News, and we learned that the media narrative was captured, and all discussion about those kinds of things was shut down. Now in 2022, there were live feeds of many broadcasts on Gettr that were extremely useful. And Mike Lindell was podcasting actual election fraud in isolated cases all night. Many voter irregularities were caught in real time that wasn’t even thought about in years past. Those discussions will happen continuously over the next several years as we continue to strengthen our voting system. Of course, they cheated to hold power in Michigan and Pennsylvania. The cheat is baked into the close races in which Democrats are always involved. I have always said it, and I continue to say it, without election fraud, Democrats cannot win, and they know that. That’s how conservatives were able to take the fight to them in their home areas and challenge them in ways that happened in 2022 and to great success. There was an obvious success in Arizona with Kari Lake and again in Nevada, which many thought were long shots. 

I tend to watch these things over a long period of time, and you can track the positive results on a nice little graph. The model for how to run a state has been created in Florida with Ron DeSantis. He barely won in 2018 with the help of President Trump, and in a very short time has shown just how all states in the Republic should behave. Kari Lake, now in Arizona, looks to be able to take that model and expand on it, which every state will eventually have to emulate. Republican forms of government simply work, and the competition created by them will force the rest of the country to adopt them. Long-standing rivals to that form of government, such as Stacy Abrams in Georgia and Beto O’Rourke in Texas, are now done politically. Their threat of insertion was destroyed in this 2022 election, a trend that will continue, migrating into blue state areas like New York in the years to come. New York came close to picking Republicans in this election. As the red state governors in Florida and Arizona now put pressure on market capitalism over the next few years, liberalism will struggle to keep up. Ohio is, of course, a solidly red state, even with a purple governor.  Democrat challengers couldn’t even make it a close race. J.D. Vance, whom I said from the beginning was a very smart pick, won easily. I am very happy I had him sign his book for me next to the backyard pool of a friend of mine. That seemed like a historic day when J.D. Vance was there with his wife making a pitch that seemed like a long time ago. But there was gravity to the effort that I managed to capture for my book collection. I’m very proud of everyone involved in pushing J.D. Vance into the arena and for Vance himself to dominate in a tough senate race with true MAGA representation that will be a force in the Senate. The media did not want to discuss some very big wins like that. 

Sure, the media hype yielded to the obvious red-wave sentiment, and when some Democrats won, they pointed and said, “See, people are rejecting Trump.” But in truth, liberalism is terrified. Since he left office, Trump has gone all around the country over the last several years, planting the seeds for all these massive red-wave pickups. Given the forces against the Republican government, there is no other explanation for the gains but to give the credit to Trump’s efforts. With the media firmly supporting Democrats, along with the film industry, corporations, and massive global forces from the Desecrators of Davos, it’s amazing any Republicans get elected at all. But people are not liberal in America. Some are low-information voters addicted to too much pornography and are generally knuckle-dragging slobs who vote for Democrats like that bald sasquatch in Pennslyvania who is giving birth on the back of his neck. But Oz was always a long shot there. Before Republicans can win in that state, early voting mail-in ballots have to be removed from the process because the cheating is part of their process run by the labor unions to protect their grip on politics in that state and other rust belt targets migrating all the way up into Michigan. But despite all that, Republicans have the House. They have positive gains in the Senate that are impactful. And the country is headed towards MAGA in significant ways within the Republican Party despite Mitch McConnell’s efforts to prevent it. Without Mitch McConnell’s self-sabotaging efforts, the Senate would have had those 6 to 7-seat majorities this time around. And it’s his fault that Democrats still have the power there because he wanted it that way. And now people can see for themselves how much of a problem he has always been, which is good. 

Rich Hoffman

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A Class Action Legal Need Against Lakota That Should Happen: I’ll gladly be the first to put my name on it

Of course, there has to be legal action against the Lakota school system and directly against their public employee Matt Miller, the controversial superintendent. A reasonably sized class action lawsuit is around 20 people, and there are more than enough people involved already to participate in one against these parties after the desist letters issued by the superintendent’s attorney Elizabeth Tuck were sent out to at least 6 to 7 different people issuing threats of financial destruction for essentially being concerned about the actions of the superintendent. The issue was always about children, character, and legality, which was quite clear from the public speakers at Lakota during their meeting on November 7th. Under any circumstances, concerns about abused children are the first priority. When it was learned that this public employee, Matt Miller, participated in sexual fantasies about kids who attend the school he manages, people were upset about it. This was, of course, the talk of the evening at the various election night ceremonies that I was involved in, and these letters from Elizabeth were the topic of much anger. There would have to be an answer now that the action was taken. It centered around the language of the threat letter itself, where it emphasized that Matt Miller had spent 30 years building community goodwill and his professional reputation and that the people are receiving one of these threat letters initiated, published, and disseminated false, destructive, and defamatory statements about him as part of a malicious conspiracy to damage that goodwill and reputation and either effect his termination or extort him into resigning. Well, that’s what started this whole process because Matt Miller was guilty of doing all those things to Darbi Boddy, the newly elected school board member, so if that were the standard, well, then he would be vulnerable to that action as well. Reviewing that part of the letter reminded me of a discussion I had with school board members a few years prior regarding Matt Miller.

At the time, I could have cared less about Matt Miller or why the board was worried that he would sue the board for millions of dollars for a contractual breech over his actions that were revealed during his messy divorce. To be somewhat fair to the school board, who didn’t know much about legal matters and consulted their attornies on the risk of enforcing some judgment about their public employee that might be protected in his contract for lack of some “morality” clause. So instead, they turned to cover up as much of his behavior from the public as they could. That’s also the same dumb advice they received recently when they tried to shut down public comments at school board meetings. And the same boneheaded tactic behind these letters of intimidation that were issued by the Tuck Firm representing Matt Miller in an attempt to repair a reputation that he damaged by his own actions. The effort behind it all has been to contain bad behavior, not correcting it.   And when you start adding up all the fees for PR firms, lawyers, and the other elements of what public employees cost a community when they go bad, the cost is extraordinarily high. Likely, Lakota schools had paid out as much money as Matt Miller could have sued the district for anyway, so where is the advantage? I’ve read his contract, and it could be argued that what he has cost the community should be compensated by him back to the taxpayers because of his behavior and could certainly be argued by a competent presentation of the facts to any court. 

What we see at many levels is mismanagement of the Lakota school system by public employees, and the school board, who simply hired too many firms to bridge their lack of knowledge on these kinds of disputes, and to hide all that mismanagement from the public.  To compensate for that expensive level of incompetence, they have turned to harassment to shut down critics who expect much better from their school district. For my part, I have no tolerance for someone who engages in sexual fantasies with children at any level, and they shouldn’t be running a school because of that condition. If it’s not against the law, it should be, and maybe there needs to be a legal case to make it a law for the future. Perhaps it’s not against the law because nobody ever thought anybody would do such a thing. Regardless of what people think about the law or the definition of evidence, there is a police report where Matt Miller admitted to doing this very real act, which is part of the public record. So this interpretation of evidence that Elizabeth Tuck has proposed in her intimidation letter is full of opportunities to clear up any loose ends that might be debated in the future. Especially when kids are involved, any recipient of knowledge that may be illegal or harmful to others must see something and say something, which is what occurred. The behavior was conducted and is the responsibility of Lakota’s public employee, and that employee is liable for damages that they have incurred upon the public with their actions. And the school district is liable for the damages imposed on the public for their lack of management of their employee, who clearly feel entitled to a job at taxpayer expense no matter what personal conduct they have decided to participate in. The person who committed many bad deeds does not get to attack the people who find his behavior reprehensible, and everyone just quietly hides. It has become known that there are many threats imposed on the Central Office over this issue, so this is an extensive campaign of intimidation that cannot be tolerated in our community. 

There’s a lot to consider in taking action to recover losses caused by Matt Miller to the community. The school that mismanaged that employee and allowed that person to commit all these acts against an elected school board member, loss of reputation, defamation, destruction of Darbi Boddy’s brand, and the reputation of others, logic has to be put into the language of legality, which many people glaze over when the subject is brought up. But the same effort that we raised money to elect school board candidates to now articulate the case from very competent legal minds is not unreasonable. I already have several contributors who are eager to start that process at a high level. When it is considered how much the Lakota superintendent has cost by his lifestyle actions in reputation management as opposed to direct contract enforcement, there is a very justified approach to resolving this manner properly, where the public is in charge and not the activism of employees who initiated the guilt on every level, especially in the defamation of character that was invested into the destruction of Darbi Boddy which started all this in April of 2022. Matt Miller would have been good to just stick with the fruit basket he gave to the new school board members in January. But when he made a move to get rid of Darbi Boddy, well, then her supporters were going to fight back. That was politics, and all is fair in it. But when fantasies with kids became known, well, that changed everything. And at that point, there is an obligation to the preservation of children. And if Matt Miller turned out to be innocent, and the police cleared him, everyone could have gone about their day. But he admitted to it in a police report, which is real evidence even if his legal counsel doesn’t want to acknowledge that it exists. That evidence is available with the Butler County Sheriff’s department, and it’s on Protect Lakota Kids.com.  And it will undoubtedly be part of any court cases that are being conducted going forward, along with a lot more information that perfectly justifies a public uproar. But the one who puts himself in all this mess doesn’t get to lash out at those who find his behavior reprehensible. There is a cost to what he has done to the community, and now, because of this culture of harassment that has come from his direction, we must correct that behavior because the school board didn’t do their job and manage him properly, as they should have years ago. Instead, they spent a small fortune trying to cover it up, much more than a legal dispute over his contract would have cost initially.  Further, I would propose that the gains acquired from this class action legal resolution, after the attorney fees are paid, would go to a war chest for future school board candidates, to give Darbi Boddy help in the future.  That would be a way to take this very negative situation and make it into something the community can be proud of.  There are more than enough occurrences of a lack of public transparency and a desire to keep the public in the dark to allow competent legal representation to acquire positive gains.  I will be the first one to put my name on it. 

Here is the whole meeting for context

The school board and its out-of-control employees should have never tried to defame, destroy, and remove Darbi Boddy from her elected position. That is what started all this, and now they have shown where a lot of lost money has been going, and it hasn’t been for the kids. It’s for bad management and entitled employees who behaved in self destructive ways which forced the school district to clean up the public perception, at great cost to the taxpayers.

Rich Hoffman

Yes, the Brazil Election was Stolen: Why wouldn’t it be, stolen elections are the military strategy of the Desecrators of Davos

Of course, the election in Brazil was rigged against Jair Bolsonaro. Like Joe Biden in the United States, Lula da Silva was a compromised character that is easy to control, and the Desecrators of Davos who run the World Economic Forum and the many offshoots under the banner of the United Nations want to control and to secure their investments into China. And China wants control of Brazil and its Amazon Valley for all the resources it has. It’s the same playbook that happened in America; only it wasn’t so much under cover of the fake Covid rules as those same characters did in 2020 to steal the election from Trump. Bolsonaro was the Trump of the Tropics, so for all the same reasons, the Desecrators of Davos wanted to get rid of a populist president in a strategic region of the world they want to gain control of. This time it was the digital election machines, and as election night in Brazil wore on, Bolsonaro was leading in all the usual areas until the vote count came in from areas where the drug cartels control everything, and of course, there, Lula surged ahead. It was very similar to how Biden, a compromised criminal who has sold America out to China and other places many times over, surged ahead of Trump in corrupt cities like Philadelphia. Audaciously, in that case, vote watchers were not permitted to watch the vote count and were isolated from that action until they had counted enough made-up votes to give Biden the victory. The proof two years later, the so-called 81 million people who supposedly voted for Biden are not around to help Democrats anywhere. They are getting ready to get smoked in the Midterms of 2022. And you know what that means? It’s not just that people are unhappy with Biden’s performance but that they never voted for Biden the first time around. And that is where the people of Brazil find themselves now that they have been given Luiz Inacio Lula da Silva as their new president, given to them by the Desecrators of Davos courtesy of the World Economic Forum.

And without knowing a thing about the facts, taking his orders from the same media cover-up who are attached at the hip to those same Desecrators of Davos, the media types who have already moved their money into China as most big corporations have, Biden was quick to give the corporate line, “it was a free and fair election in Brazil,” and anybody who says otherwise is a “conspiracy theorist and a threat to democracy.” And that same line of thinking by all the same criminals is that anyone questioning election results is inciting violence and contributing to a destabilized society. And they are a threat who must be arrested and put in jail. There have been assassinations of Bolsonaro supporters in Brazil, and the messages have been clear, just as they were over January 6th in the United States. The voters are not in control; the Liberal World Order run by the World Economic Forum is. And if you don’t like that, they will come and smash you from the face of the earth. How else did anybody think they would accomplish all the goals they set for 2030, where we will own nothing and be happy about it? They always meant business, but they didn’t have a military. All they have is money, and they have used it to fill the pockets of the criminal underclass to be their army for them. And through corporate control, through their Desecrators of Davos events, they have gained control of the media, of the world governments, and ultimately elections through their digital machines. Mike Lindell isn’t crazy. He has proved it well beyond any burden to do so. It’s just been suppressed by those who committed the crime. The Desecrators of Davos don’t need their own military when they can control elections. Because if they control elections, they can then control what governments do, and yes, that is how they acquired power. And that is how they stole the election in the United States in 2020. And that is how they stole the election in Brazil in 2022. But it certainly isn’t reflected in what the people want, and the protests are vigorous and will remain that way. 

I feel very sorry for the good people in Brazil who voted for an opportunity in Bolsonaro. They aren’t like we are in the United States, where they have guns and know how to use them. They are a poor people trying to climb out of the gutter, but the criminal elements of the world want to exploit them and keep them under their thumb, which is why these kinds of places always have levels of organized crime to protect corrupt governments from an overthrow by their people. It’s entirely on purpose. When people are afraid of the drug cartels, they certainly can’t organize against a corrupt and out-of-control government. So they never had a chance to win that election. Once the criminal elements from the World Economic Forum saw how things were trending toward Bolsonaro, just as they did with Trump, hiding behind the mask of China as the big global baddy, they put their person in power and called it a day. And they barely hid the action, almost as if they dared anybody to say anything about it. 

So why do I say that the Desecrators of Davos are criminals, including Americans like Bill Gates, Mark Zuckerberg, Larry Fink, George Soros, and many others who are eating out of the hand of the ultimate globalist, Klaus Schwab? Well, because they are stealing wealth, taking over countries, destroying governments, and bringing great harm to people maliciously. And they are quite aware of what they are doing as they are doing it. What the Federal Reserve did in America using Larry Fink to distribute the money created through quantitative easing since 2008 was knowing criminal negligence. They printed fake money and used that money to buy stocks so that through BlackRock, they could gain control of America’s most valuable corporations, then turn them into advocates of the World Economic Forum goals. Who needs a standing army when you control the money supply? It’s a new kind of war that we are dealing with; you better believe it, they are out for blood. Actually, it’s much worse than that. And they keep control through election fraud, which they have been involved in for many decades now. Notice how they haven’t won in court against Mike Lindell, even though they have vigorously made threats in the media. That’s because they are as guilty as guilty gets. But their scheme works so long as people are too naive not to question them on it. It’s lazy just to hope that everyone will be honest, and people like these Desecrators of Davos characters are eager to exploit such people. They make their livings off it. They have become wealthy from such exploitations. And you better believe it, they stole the election in Brazil, and other places in the world, such as Venezuela, Russia, and China, everywhere they can. That is how they always planned to rule the world through finance and stolen elections. That was the globalists’ strategy, and by the time people figured it all out, it would be over. Except in the United States, we appear to have figured it out before it was too late. And they are on their heels more than they want you to believe. Keep that in mind when you vote in America on November 8th. And feel good about sticking your finger in their eye because they deserve it. Voting and ensuring your elections are honest and fair is much better than armed violence against the government. This is very much the reality they have in Brazil now that they must face the facts of what happened to them. Unlike America, they won’t get a second chance any time soon. 

Rich Hoffman

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The Law to Live or Die: It’s time to punish those who used Covid to go to war with America

There is a reason that in America, we have a tradition of swearing on a Bible, an oath of office, or courtroom testimony. And there is a reason that the attackers against America have been trying to swipe away the Ten Commandments in our courtrooms and schools and even shut down churches on Sundays during Covid lockdowns. They were trying to rip away from you the ability to know right from wrong and to have a sense of justice because they knew what they had planned to do. Many Americans are guilty of sedition and treason, like Larry Fink, Bill Gates, Anthony Fauci, and many in the political classes, the globalists who sold out our country for stock tips that have made them very rich. There is a lot of guilt to go around, and from the Americans who see what has been done to them, I would suggest turning to the Bible to resurface your resolve. People are pretty broken up, and after the elections that we have all been waiting for to occur on November 8th, 2022, they need to be restored. Because the evil that has been cast our way has been tremendous and ominous, I have been thinking a lot about the Ten Commandments lately, and what Moses said upon finding his people worshipping false ideas, the law to live, or to die by, in many cases we must enforce our law now that we have caught so many malicious characters who deliberately broke our American laws and intended great harm on us. 

The tough admission that we all must come to is that a group of powerful people, powerful because they acquired a great deal of wealth and formed a group called the World Economic Forum, whom I call the Desecrators of Davos, to purposely use their influence over corporations and the governments of the world to attack all of us, and to put us under the rule of their hidden army, the Administrative State. Through this Administrative State, which was funded by people like Bill Gates, Larry Fink, and Mark Zuckerberg and patrolled by government bureaucrats such as Anthony Fauci, they engineered, through gain of function research, the Covid virus in the Wuhan lab in China as a bioweapon to remove President Trump from office, rig our 2020 elections, destroy our economy, and enslave us all to the intentions of the World Economic Forum, which intended to use the United Nations to rule the world. China is a creation of these people; without the Desecrators of Davos, there would not be a China to act as an enemy against America today, just as Ukraine is another propped-up country by the same villainous people for the same purposeful schemes of destruction and mayhem. But they were caught, the American Constitution was always designed to give us freedom from these people, and it worked. The American Bill of Rights, which I carry with me every day, everywhere I go, stopped these plans, and now revenge is upon us as a result of this 2022 election. And the day after that election, we must then enforce our law for the freedom of mankind around the world. 

But it was war they wanted, those Desecrators of Davos. Their Covid bioweapon was an act of terrorism meant to kill people, rob us of our republic, and enslave us into the tyranny of the technocrats, who openly plotted their menace without fear of punishment. They did not respect our laws, didn’t respect us, and went to work to destroy us utterly and enslave us to their pagan worship of mother earth and its failed religions of the past. Their desire to remove us from our Bible and our guns has been to their thirst for power and need to control every aspect of human life with their new weapons of technology meant to give them power they never deserved. They went for our throats and had no care who survived or lived, only that they intended to rob us of our freedoms, thoughts, and sense of any honor. It was a war by a different method. If they had attacked us with planes as they did at Pearl Harbor, then we would have a face for the enemy, and we’d go and fight them. Or when 9/11 happened, we had a face, and we moved to attack them, and in many ways, those wars are still being fought in the Middle East and in Afghanistan. But this fight, it was an invisible enemy, hidden in the condos of Davos behind trillions of dollars of fake, printed money made by the Federal Reserve, distributed through BlackRock and used against us through all our jobs, all our means to a good life, and confiscated all ability to reason by sabotaging capitalism through crony arrangements and tricking us into attacking our very means of survival, hoping that we would all jump ship and run to Chinese style communism. 

What they did to America and the world has been the worst human rights violations known to planet earth during any development phase. And it was so big and so bad that people couldn’t even grapple with the concept of such a vast evil. Yet there it is; it’s before us now. And we must inflict justice upon those who attacked us. They must pay for what they did and for as many years as it takes. After this election, and the Republicans are in the House and Senate and in many governor positions across the country, the fight doesn’t stop. It will just be beginning. The lowly Democrats will attempt to blame their terrible economy on the newcomers because the poison is already in the body. And they will attempt to appear as the victim as impeachment trials will have to commence. And congressional hearings on Covid will have to transpire.   Senator Rand Paul will just be the start of it. There will be a lot of crying for mercy from the Democrats. But don’t listen to them. Don’t unlock the cage and let them go free. They will try to appeal for mercy, but don’t give it to them, just as you would not provide a murderer your mercy. If the enemy breaks our laws, they must pay. Don’t let them think that our Bibles say to turn the other cheek to inspire injustice. Reread the Bible for yourself and harden your resolve to punish those wrongdoers and all their evil intentions. And send them a message that the rule of law is back in fashion in America. And the war that was cast upon us will be a victory for America and inspire new songs and folk heroes far into the future. This is one of the evillest times in the history of mankind, and it is on our watch to rectify the crimes, and recollection will judge our resolve. Thousands of years from now, we will be considered, so I suggest we set a good example and deal with the criminals in our lives with steel and hearts inspired by justice, a love of law, and order. Then to set the example to evil everywhere that their mechanisms have failed, and to punish them so thoroughly, that they will never try such an act again. 

Rich Hoffman

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