The War on the Mexican Border: Ukraine is a fake diversion to bring America down from within with 5 million invaders

Another scam we have been dealing with in the United States is the war with Ukraine. Thanks to the Trump Administration, it is now fair game to look back on all these foreign wars, the war in Iraq, the war in Afghanistan, Korea, Vietnam, and many others, and understand that America has become the police force for the Desecrators of Davos ideas for collapsing borders and giving the United Nations world domination from the perspective of a centralized, administrative state. If you understand history and politics, it’s as obvious as a blue sky on a sunny, cloudless day. China was propped up and built by these same forces, and it is that model that the World Economic Forum proposes to utilize to gain control of every person on planet earth. The tools have been put in place, and they are making their move. And as they always have, a diversion is created while the real effort goes on somewhere else. This is clearly the case with the fake war in Ukraine, where globalist forces provoked Vladimir Putin’s sense of nationalism with threats of NATO membership with Ukraine to attack and defend his perception of border security.   And the United States suddenly is sending over 54 billion dollars to Ukraine to protect its border, while in the United States, the border to the south is wide open, and an open war is occurring as we speak. It’s a bloody and terrible war meant to topple America from within. The assumption is that defending that border is racist while defending the Ukraine border with infinite amounts of money is morally justified. Yet it’s all the same characters provoking both circumstances. 

Margorie Taylor Green was correct when she brought up this discrepancy in the middle of November 2022. I’ve been covering events on the American border with Mexico for many years, and I remember seeing lots of bloody pictures of severed heads that often happen in Arizona, New Mexico, and Texas from drug cartels sending messages to homeowners there to keep their mouths shut otherwise the same will happen to them. The violence on the border between America and Mexico is a tragedy of violence, rape, and murder, which is going largely unreported. It’s a purposeful attack on America by hostile forces, and the Biden administration knows full well what they are doing there. Since Biden took office, over 5 million illegal aliens have crossed over into America. That’s a lot of people. For perspective, there have only been 82,000 people from Russia who have attacked Ukraine. Yet we are sending billions of dollars to Ukraine to defend their border, but the Biden administration is operating with an open border policy with Mexico. Can you smell what’s cooking? We are being lied to and purposely invaded for our own destruction. 

And if we point it out, the political left will call us names like “racist.” Hey, I was at Costco the other day looking at books. It was a busy day, and I was at their book display with about 30 other people. My wife and I were the only “white” people at that table. There were lots of people from India, China, and of course, Mexico there bargain hunting. But there were no other white people. Now in my life, I am far from a racist; few people deal with people from all over the world more than I do. I greatly respect the work people from other countries do because they often outwork traditional Americans.   I find that their countries of origin still have a good work ethic.

In contrast, in the United States, through labor unions and other liberal activities, Americans expect too much money for doing too little work. I greatly admire the work ethic of people from other countries and have a long history of supporting them. So for me to say that I was the only white guy at the Costco book table isn’t racist. It’s a statement of fact. The Americans were probably too lazy to read a book, which would explain why they weren’t there as much as anything. But that so many people of different backgrounds could assimilate into the United States under a common flag is nothing short of a miracle. From the way I see things, the invasion wasn’t working because many of the people were fleeing other countries to come to the United States to get away from the kind of garbage that the Biden administration and his partners at the World Economic Forum wanted to bring to America. So when it came to voting, they were more likely to vote for Trump than any Democrat, which wasn’t the plan. The belief in the attack was that all the illegal immigrants would vote for Democrats and that the nation would be changed into some third-world country through the Cloward-Piven collapses of our population and financial system. 

The media was apocalyptic when Margorie Taylor Green even questioned Ukraine instead of the Mexican border. The television pundits on MSNBC were appalled that anybody who had seen the dead bodies in the streets in Ukraine could not be moved to send endless amounts of money to the corrupt country run by a comedian who was best known for playing a piano with his penis before becoming president of the United Nation’s next conquest. And yes, the pictures are terrible of the dead bodies in the city streets of Kyiv and other places. But they are mainly staged; what about a society that purposely kills people so that they can send the media in to take pictures and exploit those pictures so that billions of dollars of foreign aid would be sent to Ukraine? The intentional murder of people is even worse. It’s not like Putin has been acting alone; the war between Russia and Ukraine is more about destroying Russian sovereignty and questions of nationalism than it is about sentiments of post-Cold War strategy. If the media showed the violence on the American border with Mexico, the violence would be far worse; it’s even worse than in the days of ISIS cutting off people’s heads on television. The drug cartels run Mexico and are a military threat to the people of America who live along the border. And the Biden administration knowingly allows violence to advance a globalist political agenda, and many innocent people are being harmed along the way. Yet nobody is talking about spending money on the American border to defend it from an obvious foreign invasion. The situation is so bad that the Biden administration will be viewed as an impeachable offense. That is another reason that Democrats are so prone to cheating in elections to hold senate seats because they must maintain the votes to prevent the Republican-controlled house from impeaching Biden over his handling of the border war that is far more dangerous than anything happening in Ukraine. There are far more examples of violence, beheadings, rapes, and terror along the Mexican border than anything the media could show us from Ukraine. But they won’t show that violence in the media which tells you who is advocating for that American invasion and who is against it. That is the real fight, and the guilty parties are the ones who don’t want to look at it but instead want us to look to Ukraine. The war isn’t there, it’s here, in America, and the intent is our complete destruction and nothing less. 

Rich Hoffman

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Why People Are So Angry at Lakota Schools: The attempt to edit public comment over a fight they started by trying to force Darbi Boddy to resign

I offered Matt Miller, the much-talked-about superintendent of Lakota schools, a way to fix everything. Through his lawyer, I offered some friendly advice which it was obvious that he chose to ignore by the way the Lakota school board meeting on November 21st, 2022, went. I told him that many of the problems he finds himself in could be solved by restoring his relationship with Darbi Boddy. After all, he and his conspirators started all the anger. I know Darbi Boddy; she wanted to join the school board and work well with everyone there. But liberalism doesn’t work, and when she joined, there was still goofy talk of mask mandates and other Covid nonsense that came straight out of the crooked Biden administration, and people in my community were sick of it. And when Matt Miller went after her to push her into resignation, he opened up a whole can of worms, and he greatly angered the community, as did the rest of the school board who stood behind the effort. If that same school board is upset that all they have been able to do at meetings for much of 2022 is talk about community anger, they can only blame themselves. They brought all the politics into the matter and tried to destroy our newly elected school board member. Darbi is a fighter, and she wasn’t going to take that. Nobody should have expected her to. All this happened before anybody knew much of anything about the Lakota superintendent’s personal life. Once people realized what kind of guy he was, for the conservatives in the Lakota district, that was a final straw. But it all started with Matt Miller picking a fight with Darbi Boddy, then several other community members with what can only be called, “witness intimidation” which absolutely won’t be stood for, it could only be solved if he reached out and tried to work with her in some productive way at this point. Instead, he dug in even more, which was ultimately the wrong move. I tried to tell him. 

Over the previous weekend, I had been involved in a Twitter discussion with Sheree Paolello, the news anchor at Channel 5. The topic was over why the media wouldn’t cover the Matt Miller story at Lakota with the assumption that they had a moral obligation to protect children from indications that showed parents they should worry about it in the district. Sheree surprisingly defended her station. She answered that the police chose not to prosecute, so there was nothing illegal to pursue. The Lakota school board took no action to penalize the superintendent. And the media ultimately bought the school board’s report without question, even though a lot of information indicated otherwise. And there was so much anger from community members because all their safety nets had let them down.

For many people, the anger was that all these institutionalized systems had no interest in protecting the kids from the strange lifestyles of the Lakota administrators, but their complete concern was in protecting the institution itself from the judgment of the community. This is a strange case for me because I literally know everyone involved. I’ve met Sheree several times over the years, and I certainly know the reporter she referred to, Karin Johnson, who covered the Lakota story. I have a pretty good understanding of why everyone took the positions they did regarding Lakota schools.   It’s all about damage control and what they perceive that damage to be. For them, the school and its reputation are more significant than the individual kids and their families who attend the school. But the school itself, and institutionalism in general, is very progressive and ultimately anti-family, and that is the biggest takeaway from this ordeal. The parents want to believe that the school has the best interests of their children when they send them to school. But the school is essentially a liberal playground for progressive politics, and the kids serve as a shield against the bad behavior of the adults. And to Sheree’s point, none of that is illegal. It may be wrong, but it wasn’t a news story because it wasn’t illegal, as determined by a police representative who has a reputation for abusing the law for personal power reasons—for instance, the case of Roger Reynolds, which is happening in that same school district presently.

I remember the good ol’ days when if a public official, like a school superintendent, is, had an affair and got caught in a divorce, that it would have been enough to cause a scandal. This separation of personal behavior from professional roles is a new thing within the last decade. Most people in the Lakota district never accepted it and haven’t had much experience dealing with it. So they naturally assume that bad behavior would equal a bad report card professionally and that everyone would take it seriously.   But that’s not the kind of liberalism that is taught in all public schools these days. Progressive politics is all about a job as a right and mandatory pay without regard to performance. In the eyes of the typical liberal, they believe they should be able to do anything in their personal lives and still be looked at professionally by the title over their door, not the individual behavior they conduct. This is the source of much trouble across the nation right now at just about every level of government occupation, and it’s a value system that just isn’t going to work. This trouble started in the 90s when Bill Clinton tried to tell the nation he could still be president even though he had an affair with an intern. After all, it was just sex. He could still be president, right? And when progressive activists started protesting the removal of the Ten Commandments from courtrooms. The problem is, if you remove the Bible from society’s values, then no law and order have any meaning, leaving it to lawyers to define the words on paper, not the value behind them. And that’s how we get to the mess we are in now.

Most of the people who are outraged at the Lakota story of protecting their superintendent from the obvious bad behavior he created for himself are those who still look to the Bible for their fundamental value behind the rule of law. Suppose there isn’t a foundation of essential value. In that case, you can’t have a society, which is just another aspect of failed progressive philosophies taught in public schools to the detriment of the children involved, which is a major problem in our modern times. And those people expect that the people they are dealing with, the police, the media, and the school board itself, are functioning from basic understandings of value, and what reality presented to them is a point of view where values weren’t even a consideration. Instead, they get interpretations of the law that is not rooted in any Biblical frame of reference, so if the words aren’t explicitly written down to say something is bad or criminal, then even an average lawyer feels they can relieve a client of guilt under such circumstances, even if they know them to be extremely guilty by all other social measures. And so it goes and will continue. School board meetings will continue to be dysfunctional because the community has a much higher standard than what the institution of Lakota, the police, or the media are willing to represent. They accepted these new progressive values for social discourse, and that is not where the community is or will ever be. The core of our nation is the decision to move away from a Biblical foundation for value systems behind law and order. We all know progressives want to destroy that concept, but people are not ever going to accept that, just like they were never going to accept progressive mask mandates over a government-created crisis which Covid turned out to be. So, we have the clash that we are seeing in Lakota and other school districts across the nation. And that fissure is very real. It won’t be fixed by ignoring the problem or hiring a public relations firm to clean it up. People have standards, and they will apply them to the world around them, and they have been let down by the characters involved in this Lakota story, and they are furious because of it. 

Rich Hoffman

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Making The Butler County Republican Party Great Again: People don’t want to think of Boss Hogg when they think of politics

At first, I thought of the complaints as leftovers from contentious issues that have divided the party, such as the Thomas Hall battle with Matt King and the obvious rift with Sheriff Jones and Roger Reynolds. I tend to view those kinds of things as family squabbles within a household. Usually, people get over things and move on, which was happening with that nice event for Thomas Hall. But when people who don’t usually deal with the Butler County Republican Party are complaining, they don’t know about the details, only their experience with it. And that experience has not lived up to the reputation of the past, where Butler County had a lot of volunteers, high engagement, and the kind of national reputation that made President Trump want to come and campaign in the area. But the reputation that was developing, because of all the rifts from leadership that was flowing out into state and federal politics, was not a good one. For a community of over 400,000 people, small-town politics was back in fashion where a few party leaders had turned the wonderful Butler County Republican Party into something that would make Boss Hogg from the Dukes of Hazzard blush. And that was embarrassing to hear. I had been hoping that after the 2022 election, many of those trends would level out and that much of the problem had been not having the unifying factor of Trump to rally behind. Without Trump, the party has reverted back to the differences that it had during the early 2000s. But now that Trump was running again, my hope was that the party would unite again behind him. However, this time there appeared to be a different kind of problem. Many older people in leadership now are in the way of younger and hungrier personalities, and those elements feel restricted in their ambitions, which is not a good thing for future growth.

This problem reminded me of the Cincinnati Bengals and how the Brown family just can’t get out of their own way for success. Sure, they have had some good players over the years, but they just have not been able to put together a successful string of seasons to show fabulous organizational presence. They went to the Super Bowl last year and had a pretty good season. They had the whole off-season to get better and improve on the previous year with essentially the same players. The Bengals invested in a new offensive line, but the results were not good. The quarterback, Joe Burrow, has been sacked more than any other NFL quarterback. So the Bengals didn’t get better because the problems with the Bengals were in their coaching and front office. Not the players on the field. So if leadership was always the problem, the Bengals didn’t help themselves by investing in an offensive line; if they didn’t have the kind of coaches who could take advantage of those improvements, then, of course, the problem would still present itself as a problem. Obviously, the Butler County Republican Party was having the same issues. Many new talents are coming into the party who can network and connect with the world. There are lots of MAGA Republicans across the state who are newly engaged in politics and are looking for jobs to do. But then, when they interact with Butler County, we have this Boss Hogg image that people have of our elderly leadership, and it turns them off, and it’s starting to show to the outside world. 

It was good to see a nice GOP event in Butler County dedicated to a victory celebration for Thomas Hall at the Majors Barn. It was a tough election season, and some hard feelings emerged during that race, which clearly split the Butler County Republican Party in half. But several people supported Matt King, who ran against Thomas for the 46th Representative Ohio seat. They were there to congratulate Thomas and to show leadership in coming together as a party now that the election was over. There were people there that I could speak with where things got pretty heated, and we had some nice conversations, and everyone made up. I know everyone couldn’t come, people were busy, but you could tell a lot about Republican Party leadership by who was there and who wasn’t. I can tell you someone, who was there, Roger Reynolds, was, and we had a nice conversation about the horrendous problem that was happening to him. I asked him if Sheriff Jones was going to pay for all his massive legal bills for the phony trial coming up for him in December of 2022, which to me looks like a complete political hit job. That is not the kind of thing that makes the Republican Party better, but something that has made it worse. Roger kind of smiled at me and shrugged his shoulders. He’s one of the good guys, and his only focus was on getting that mess behind him so he could live his life again. And Thomas and I spoke about the new Speaker of the House and what an excellent relationship those two had together, which was encouraging. Good things were happening. But I also received reports from some of the state people and the federal people who deal with Republican parties all over the country. Their impression of the Butler County Republican Party was not a good one. There were a lot of complaints about engagement, phone calls, appreciation letters, and just basic organization, and while I kept up a happy face inside, I was pretty mad. I am proud of the Butler County Republican Party and don’t like hearing people say bad things about it. 

Hey, I get it; we all get older. You look in the mirror and what looks back is a person falling apart. Age can be cruel. And when the dog doesn’t respect you, and your wife is complaining about you leaving your socks in the corner by the bathroom, and nobody thinks you’re all that special, it can feel great to go to a Party meeting and have everyone worship you for all the things you have done in your life. It’s hard to be big enough to get out of the way and let younger people step in and show their ambitions.   That has always been the Bengals problem; the Brown family has always gotten in the way of its own success. And that is what is happening with the Butler County Republican Party. It’s not just from the direction of the police, but there are commissioners, trustees, and many others who are holding positions as placeholders, then getting mad at the youth for nipping at their heels. And my advice to them, the elders, is if you really love the Republican Party, you would want to do the right thing, and that is to get out of the way and let those with the most ambition and freshest eyes step into leadership positions. Sometimes being a great leader is in getting out of the way. And hanging on to the past and living off a reputation to hide the aging process from your own eyes isn’t love. It’s selfish, and the only result is that you become the latest Boss Hogg in the world and become known not for good deeds but for corruption and ill-advised political fights that ruin everything a lifetime took to build.

Rich Hoffman

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Clay and Buck Avoid the Obvious: If you aren’t talking about election fraud, you aren’t serious about solving election problems in America

Of course, there was election fraud, massive amounts of it. And it makes sense if you understand the nature of those who want to be in power. The temptation is all too real for them. The foreign influence in our elections in America is a serious problem that nobody wants to discuss because they like the money, and it fits into their view of things. But I found it stunning to listen to Clay Travis and Buck Sexton try to talk about the election results of 2022 without talking about election fraud. They wanted to talk about everything, but what wasn’t the problem. Voter engagement, policy communication, ballot harvesting, and why Republicans need to get on board with the exact mechanisms, like get-out-the-vote campaigns at gun shows and country music concerts. But none of that will matter if Democrats, and specifically rival foreign powers, have control of our election system and can essentially put anybody they want into power despite who we vote for, just by cheating the margins in states where loose voting laws still allow for the Covid mail-in ballots days ahead of an election. And with such a mechanism with loose restrictions on who can vote and how many times they can, the essence of that election fraud problem is built into our elections these days. The media culture that protects it is this margin-beating assumption where the vote counters know the trends and can then know how to stuff the ballots to tip their pick over the top. That clearly happened in Arizona with Katie Hobbs and Kari Lake. And until that issue is dealt with, nobody is really serious about winning honest elections. You can’t win if you are not allowed to cross the finish line. 

I generally like Clay and Buck, who have replaced Rush Limbaugh on his Excellence in Broadcasting radio show starting at noon on radio stations all over the United States. They are pretty good, and if Rush Limbaugh were alive today, he would likely agree with me. I think Clay and Buck get it, too, with the microphones turned off, as most Republicans do. But for anybody with a corporate media gig, they know that election fraud is off-limits. Every communication company with some relationship with the World Economic Forum has put a wet blanket around any talk of election fraud because that is how they stay in power. That is how they plan to implement all their big ideas for world domination by the year 2030. If they can’t control elections, they can’t perform their plans for the Great Reset, which is complete control of the world’s economies, and to surrender all human activity to the pagan cult of Earth Worship represented in today’s climate change. I’ve been saying it for a long time. I don’t make a living off corporate media, so I don’t care what they think of me. But people who work for some big media companies, including local outlets, know the rules, and election fraud is off-limits. Yet, given the obvious nature of it in this 2022 election, it was stunning to listen to these two smart guys talk for a week after the election about everything but the actual problem. It doesn’t matter how nice Republicans are or how much ballot harvesting there is. When you count votes as Katie Hobbs did for our Arizona governor campaign, nobody will ever win elections again unless they kiss the ring of the Desecrators of Davos. And if that limits voter engagement in the future, that only helps the bad guys because it makes it easier to control who wins, which has been the case where the evidence has been pointing for decades. This isn’t just a 2020 thing. 

In every race, many of which are still counting votes for election day of 2022 by Thanksgiving, weeks later, the slow counts are all about ballot drops which they calculate how many phony ballots have to be inserted into that next drop to knock off the percentages for the rival. For instance, in the case of the ballot drops for Kari Lake, it was known that if she got 60% of the rural vote, she would easily win as Governor of Arizona. So the vote counters put into those ballot drops, each one based on the result of the previous one, inserted double counts, dead people, drug addicts who traded drugs for a filled-out ballot in a Walmart parking lot, which would then water down the margin for whoever they are counting. In the case of Kari Lake, therefore, she trended in the 50s, not the 60s, and that allowed Katie Hobbs to hold her lead from the city votes and squeak out a very narrow win. Everywhere we see these very narrow wins, this is the process of what is happening. The vote counters look at the results of each ballot drop, and they are mixing bad ballots for their chosen candidate in the following drop to count and wear away the opposition. It will be easy for Kari Lake to challenge those votes in a hand recount because the cheating was blatant. Katie Hobbs couldn’t afford to lose, nor could Democrats in general, and they didn’t care who noticed because corporate media had set up a cover fire to keep the questions from even being asked. 

Not that it’s a massive conspiracy, but this is the Vico Cycle I’m always talking about entirely at work. Of course, the kind of people who want to have power over others will protect a system where an aristocracy can rule over the many, and the type of people who crave such a life are very many. They don’t want a merit-based system where actual performance puts people in power. And you’ll find that most corporations are filled with these kinds of people. Most people hold their noses and give up a lot of their personal integrity to get along with the people who rule in their society at whatever level they are participating. For all the reasons that Clay and Buck, so they could be on the air and continue to do their show on corporate media platforms and continue to be contributors on Fox News, they have no choice but to play along with the narrative, and that is actually part of this cheat mechanism. If people want to get paid, they’ll shut their mouths, protect their place in this untalked-about aristocracy, and be happy about it. Just as nobody was supposed to question the Joe Biden vaccine mandates flowed down through human resource compliance paths. This means of controlling speech by essentially controlling the means of earning a living and whether a critic can have a job is appalling. If Rush Limbaugh were still doing that show, he would talk about election fraud. He was independent enough to push back against his corporate sponsors, whereas Clay and Buck just don’t have that personal power, and few people do. That is why preserving this aristocratic rule over the many is so enticing. Once power seekers find themselves in the comfort of that club, they will do anything to protect it, including lie, cheat and steal. And even if they know something to be fake, such as election results, they will hold their nose and put up with it because they want to keep working for the very types of people who are committing the crime. 

Rich Hoffman

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Microsoft’s Role in Slowing Down Election Results: Using incompetency to hide malicious intent

I knew what they were up to before the sun came up on election day; Microsoft sent me, on one of their multiple pop-up windows, a message indicating that elections take time and that likely we wouldn’t know the votes totals by the end of the day.  The message warned me to “be patient.” So we are seeing the “operation slow walk” in some of these election races, where results are coming at us in a trickle rather than knowing results on election night as we have for all of our lives.  This strategy is part of the Desecrators of Davos influence over corporations who are in their World Economic Forum to take control of the world’s governments through bureaucratic procedures and changed expectations about efficiency.  And Microsoft is one of their biggest corporations, committed to implementing Klaus Schwab’s Great Reset by the target date of 2030.  Part of the strategy in doing that is to dumb down the world’s populations so that it is easier to fool them and lower their expectations, especially in capital markets, as to what can be productively accomplished.  The reason for that is an obvious Marxist model they are following where exceptional results need to be evened out with lackluster effort so that a new normal can be utilized as a part of that Great Reset which is easy for an Administrative State to manage as a central government from the perspective of the United Nations, which most of the world’s billionaires are betting their money on, will be the bank they can rely on for the future.  A stable government where crazy populist trends won’t affect their investment.  An empowered China to help enforce that global stability through a communist government run essentially by one central person.  And Microsoft’s job in the whole business is that they are connected to everyone in the world through some means or another and can therefore send messages directly to them instructing them how to think, how to behave, and what to expect. 

Of course, the goal of the slow walk of the election day results, which was a pre-planned event by the minds behind Microsoft, just as the release of the Covid virus was, and for many of the same reasons, was to tame the effect of the Red Wave that has been building in America for quite a number of years.  Populism and Republican forms of government are Holy Water to the intentions of the Desecrators of Davos globalists, so anywhere they can, they mean to slow things down and lower the expectations that people in America have about their time and what can be done in it.  You might have noticed that the emphasis on drive-thru windows at fast food restaurants has changed from very fast to much more mediocre.  The only one that still lives up to American expectations is Chick-fil-A, which commits to fast and high-quality service.  But the rest of them have turned to dumbing down all their operations to essentially lower those expectations to the goals set for globalist control of corporate environments, making it much easier to instill the Great Reset for which Microsoft is one of the biggest cheerleaders.  Microsoft used to be committed to the computer world, making things faster and easier for people to be more productive.  But the company has changed a lot since the 1990s and is much more interested in directing people’s behavior in subtle ways, whether it is to push the stay-at-home office worker holding meetings through Teams or editing the use of words in their spell check.  How could Microsoft know before the American election that it would take time to count all the votes?  Because they were part of the plan to slow walk the results to minimize the effects of the Red Wave.  And control the media narrative on the populist movement in America into something that wouldn’t give people in other countries any big ideas. 

By the time it’s all said and done, the Red Wave will be quite a statement.  Of course, built into slowing things down is the hope that all the poll watchers will let down their guard and allow vote counters a chance to inject a bunch of mail-in drop-off ballots that will mix with good ballots and tip the scales in favor of Democrats, who are the representative political party in America for the Desecrators of Davos.  By the time all the votes are counted, people will be thinking about Christmas shopping and will have moved on.  The media, which is just as in on the scheme as Microsoft is, will have contained the populist narrative of the 2022 election, and they hope that people will wear away their enthusiasm.   And that’s not hard to do, to get the corporations to back some globalist scheme as they are.  The CEOs all want to be at the cool kid’s table, and the current definition of cool kids is what the Desecrators of Davos have established in the ski resort town of big league meetings.  And, of course, they hire liberal people to run their companies, whether they are mass media or a company like Microsoft that touches everyone in the world through some means.  And employees typically do whatever is asked of them based on the corporate rules that are set.  Whatever they must do for a paycheck is the moral clause defining their actions.  So in that very simple way, a centralized terrorist plot to take over all the world’s economies by controlling the governments that manage them can efficiently be utilized by a few billionaires in a very small club.  And Microsoft was set up by Bill Gates to implement those goals long ago. 

When Microsoft posted their message on election day indicating that counting votes takes time, they were lying.  What they mean to say is that all people should lower their expectations about what is possible, and the use of technology which has been planted in our minds as the cutting edge of efficiency and knowledge, is instructing us that the world needs to slow down instead.  And that we should expect less, not more.  It is the message of the Desecrators of Davos and their Brave New World of slowed-down supply chains, less service-oriented compliance, and much longer lines for everything.  They are pushing for a cashless society so they can be the central bankers of the new monetary system.  They want to control transportation, but to do that, people need to slow down in their lives to the limits of their intentions.  And they want to control speech.  If you use Microsoft Word, for example, you might notice that they continuously give suggestions on speech that would be less offensive to potential readers.  It’s all been a well-thought-out plot to slow down life in America so that a takeover of our way of life can be possible by the hostile characters from the Desecrators of Davos.  And Bill Gates has been a long-standing member, and written in the code of just about everything with a Microsoft logo on it is this malicious enterprise of subverting our American government and replacing it with a much slower, much more corrupt, and more globalist-oriented one.  And they conspired to suppress the election results so that they could control the media narrative of it.  And that act alone should tell you what a danger Microsoft is to us all in ways that many people aren’t ready to accept.

Rich Hoffman

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President Trump for 2024: Ron DeSantis is great, but without Trump, he would be nothing; the bad guys would have destroyed him in 2019

I really want Ron DeSantis, the re-elected and very popular governor of Florida, to retain his brand past 2024. The very dumb Paul Ryan nobody RINO position of challenging President Trump for the 2024 nomination to retake the White House is a loser strategy. After the midterm elections, Ryan immediately made his intentions known about pushing Trump out of the Republican Party with comments about losing the House, the Senate, and the White House after four years of the President’s first term. Well, it was because of Ryan, who was a weak and progressive Speaker of the House, and the sold-out leadership of Mitch McConnell that lost the House and Senate. And it was election fraud that lost the White House, and people like Ryan, his poor advice to Fox News, and other mainstreamers continue to fall short of understanding reality when they speak about politics. The worst thing that could happen to people like Ron DeSantis would be to ruin his brand in a conflict with Trump. Trump is going to run for the White House, he has revenge in mind, and the MAGA Republicans are there to back him up. New Republicans to politics, like Ron DeSantis and the upcoming Kari Lake, are where they are because of Trump. Trump is the kingmaker, unlike Paul Ryan. And there won’t be any 2024 challengers to Trump as the controlled opposition would love to see to take the steam out of the MAGA Republican Party.   The truth is, without Trump and Trump’s work over the last two years, the Republican Party was poised to lose everywhere, and Democrats were set to turn America over to globalism. And people understand that and are loyal to Trump. There is no other replacement candidate for what the future holds because there is unfinished business at the White House and Trump is determined to spend the rest of his life fixing it. 

You don’t see people selling Ron DeSantis t-shirts and hats on the corner of random streets in Kansas, but you do for Trump. Ron DeSantis has undoubtedly been the model every governor should utilize when running a state. He has shown governors everywhere what a great governor can be. And I am sure Ron DeSantis could take those skills into the White House and do just as good of a job. But there is much more to it. DeSantis has been great because Trump has drawn much of the media fire. Without Trump in politics, candidates like Kari Lake would never get off the ground. We have more candidates than ever because Trump in politics draws cover fire. And the Presidency’s branding has new respect worldwide because Trump knows how to play that game. He has spent his life building that reputation, which is what is most valuable as an occupant of the White House. The SWAMP must be drained; without the big Trump train out there to clear the tracks, DeSantis would be destroyed. Without Trump to soak up all the media negativity, DeSantis would not have been so free to run Florida as well as he has. These great new government faces are emerging because Trump has cleared the way for them. The unity of the party with diversity is because of Trump. The support of labor unions is because of Trump. And there just aren’t people in the world who can turn back the clock on globalism with foreign nations and get away with it except a billionaire like Trump, who has his own plane engraved with his name in bold golden letters for all to see and not feel the least bit shy about it. Or the reputation of living in a golden tower in New York City. Trump has been great because he has been divisive, and there were 6 million more voters in this election that were Republican because of Trump. If Trump were just playing golf in Florida, the Republican Party would have been done for after 2020. Nobody is showing up to anything because of Paul Ryan, Mitch McConnell, or even Ron DeSantis outside of Florida. 

When Ted Cruz, Marco Rubio, and Rand Paul ran against Trump in 2016, they never recovered their brand. They will always be good political figures, but to be able to run for President, that brand has to be in a special category, and for them, it was destroyed forever when running against Trump. The same will happen to Mike Pompeo, Nikki Haley, Ron DeSantis, and any other Republican candidate who tries to stick themselves into the 2024 race. And I disagree with many very smart people who think that Trump should wait past November 15th for the announcement for President. The answer as to why there were 6 million more Republican voters in this last election of 2022 but not huge waves of pickups in the House and Senate and various governor races is because of election fraud. There are not enough Democrats out there to compete with that, and they still have so many tight races in Arizona, Nevada, and Colorado. Because of the strength of the Trump ticket, Republicans are more competitive against this rigged opposition than they ever have been. And if anybody followed the bad advice of the sell-out to Atlas Shrugged, that is, Paul Ryan, then they would find themselves on the losing end of politics in general.  Republicans picked up the House away from Nancy Pelosi. They are competing for control of the Senate, especially with a chance at a runoff in Georgia. If they can stop the cheat there, which Mike Lindell captured in real-time, Herschel Walker can easily beat the communist Warnock. The evidence is quite clear on what happened in Georgia and other places. These voting machines are a real problem, and Democrats can’t win if they don’t cheat. That is obvious in the ground numbers. Playing the Paul Ryan game is how Republicans lose. To fix the problem, you have to understand the problem, and the problem is Democrats cheat at many levels in all elections. That is why Republicans lost the House, the Senate, and the White House in 2020. Because Paul Ryan and other RINOs were playing the part of controlled opposition, not a party that actually wanted to win. 

People understand that there is no Republican Party without Trump. There is no way to beat the forces of a global nature that are determined to destroy the sovereignty of the United States. People of color would not be joining the Republican Party without Trump. Because of Trump, women are joining the Republican Party and gaining many powerful seats in government, from school boards to congressional positions. Immigrants turn to Trump as their best option, not the Democrat Party. And significant political figures are doing well in the wake Trump leaves behind. Because of Trump, DeSantis is better and allowed to be all he can be. Without Trump and his “bigness,” the media would have crushed DeSantis by 2019. He would not be able to do all the bold things he has done in Florida to show the world how good government can work if Trump didn’t soak up all the political attention along the way. The key to Republican victories and success is to have Trump take down the opposition and create a politically safe space that otherwise would not exist. The greatest threat to our modern political order is globalist Democrats, who have gained the ability over time to cheat in elections to gain power for the Desecrators of Davos. And until people like Paul Ryan admit or accept that, instead of helping those negative forces, Republicans will always struggle. Without Trump, they will lose. But with him, many more will win when the odds are always stacked against them. And with Trump, all three federal government houses and many states will be Republican. And only because of him and nobody else.

Rich Hoffman

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What a Dumb Idea Parading Barack Obama Was: As a domestic terrorist, he has only reminded people why they need to vote for Republicans

I knew this day would come eventually; the Chess game had been going on for a long time, and now it was time for the “checkmate.” Democrats are getting ready to get trounced in the 2022 midterms, but this isn’t a “come lately” thing. It’s been going on for a long time, going way back to 2009 with the start of the Tea Party movement. Parading Barack Obama around to try and help Democrats in key states indicates that the professional pinheads have no idea what they are doing or what forces are truly at play politically in the United States. The Democrats have put themselves in a terrible position because they failed to listen to the lessons that went wrong along the way, and now it’s time to pay for those mistakes. Barack Obama, at best, is a used car salesman who used his skin color to attempt to sell socialism to America. But worse than that, he was a creation of domestic terrorists like Bill Ayers and the Weather Underground. I must remind everyone that Barack Obama’s political career started in the living room of Bill Ayers and other Chicago radicals of progressive Saul Alinsky intent. He’s not a miracle; he was an inserted terrorist plot intent to undo America. And yes, his birth certificate had all kinds of problems which Sheriff Joe Arpaio pointed out quite well with a private investigation that showed the document to be made in modern times digitally with layered graphics. Back when Barack Obama would have been born in Hawaii, that kind of technology wasn’t around yet. So they got caught lying about the birth of Barack Obama and just about everything else to insert Obama in place to undo America from within, and this Joe Biden presidency, which was stolen by the same kind of personalities, radicals who have embedded themselves in our Republic form of government, is the third term of Barack Obama.   Obama isn’t a savior; he’s the cause of all the problems. 

I remember what it was like in 2009 when the Tea Party movement was starting. We then learned to what extent George Soros was tampering with our election system to overthrow America. He was an early form of today’s Desecrators of Davos, and those success stories of using money as a military weapon to undo the most powerful country in the world started the resistance that led to this precise moment in time. And the attackers were so full of themselves that they didn’t see the writing on the wall from the begging. Before we could stop terrorists like Obama, we had to stop the bleeding from our own political party, the Republicans. From 2009 to 2012, we started to purge the RINOs from the party with the admission that they were more Democrats than Republicans and that they were the controlled opposition that Democrats wanted, which allowed them to make moves to attack the nature of America from the inside and rot it away beyond our control. Politicians like John McCain, Mitch McConnell, John Boehner, and Mitt Romney were what allowed terrorists like Bill Ayers and George Soros to believe they could get away with the greatest crime in the history of the world, the destruction of America and the theft of all its wealth to redistribute to the United Nations and their progressive intentions of doom. Through the Tea Party, we started to challenge members of our own party, which has taken a while, culminating in this 2022 election. But first, we had to change the nature of the party from what it was, a Republican Party made up of rich white guys, and turn it into something much better, a party for women, a party for immigrants, a party for all people of color, and that is precisely what has been done and is reflected in the wonderful candidates we have now in 2022. It took a long time to get there from 2009 and, in many cases, earlier. I’ve been doing this kind of thing since 1992, when I worked very hard for the Ross Perot campaign in the Reform Party. I knew even back in those good ol’ days that changes were needed. 

From that critical 2012 election where Mitt Romney just rolled over and died for Barack Obama and played the nice little Republican pushover, we saw the same thing happening to Governor Kasich in Ohio, who misread the tea leaves and became much more Barack Obama-like. Notice you don’t see him around anymore. That was when Trump, from the Ross Perot Reform Party, made a move to be president, and people like me saw a golden opportunity. Over the next decade, Trump would spend billions of dollars of his own money to win the presidency, and that was just the way to defeat the controlled opposition that had been working against us all along. So the Tea Party morphed into the MAGA branch of the Republican Party, and the process of pushing out RINOs accelerated dramatically. Probably the best thing that could have happened was that the election was stolen in 2020 when the global forces desperate to prevent another term of Trump after he won in 2016 made all kinds of mistakes under pressure to reveal the kind of corrupt government the Tea Party had been trying to point out for many years. Before that, conspiracy theory writers like Jim Marrs had been pointing out all the corruption in our government. I would point them out also, in more direct and implacable ways, with millions and millions of words written to send out the signal to an unsuspecting public that needed time to absorb what was happening behind the media circus they were fed through broadcast entertainment. The Trump presidency forced all that to the surface for all to see, and it only strengthened the MAGA movement.

In the end, we will end up with 12 years of Trump influence before he rides off into the sunset and a whole new generation of Kari Lake Republican Party members can then manage our government for the next several decades with the Democrat Party utterly destroyed. Given the nature of just how corrupt everything was, returning to how Barack Obama was inserted into the White House behind a mask of racism and guilt meant to keep us from looking at the terrorist roots behind him. Obama’s brother tried to tell us. Reverend Jerimiah Wright told us all we needed to know. But we didn’t listen because Obama was a person of color. And now, with Herschel Walker in Georgia running against another government communist, we see just how phony the racism thing for Democrats always was. They only wanted women and minorities if they were Democrats. If they were Republican, they attacked even more viciously, which forced people to admit to themselves what a rigged game it always was. Now they have seen it for themselves, and the payday is upon us. And parading Barack Obama around, or Oprah Winfrey isn’t going to resurrect their insurgency of America. Their terrorist act of progressive destruction has been revealed to the American people, who now see what they must do, which wasn’t so obvious when the Tea Party first started. Then only a few of us saw what had to happen. But now, more than ever, they see it and are joining the Republican Party for solutions. We have removed many of the old losers who kept the Republican Party from winning, and now it’s a party that can do some real good in the world. And there is nothing Barack Obama, or anybody else, can do about it. Obama was the cause of the problems; he will never be the solution.

Rich Hoffman

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Trying to Find Something Nice to Say About Mike DeWine: Are Fran’s cookies enough?

Obviously, I’m not a Mike DeWine fan. He blew it during Covid by leading the nations into the lockdowns and open tyranny that the rest of the blue-state Democrats followed to ruin our lives. I know people who had their lives utterly ruined during the Mike DeWine lockdowns and even died. The social isolation, the separation of family members, and the attempts to shut down social gatherings such as churches over some ridiculous government tampering with the medical industry were reprehensible, and Mike DeWine led the way. My kids absolutely hate Mike DeWine; his dumb behavior set back their lives by likely seven years at least and personally cost them hundreds of thousands of dollars. So it was no small feat when a person I know who is very close to the DeWine administration asked me if I could think of something nice to say about the guy ahead of the Midterm elections on November 8th, 2022. I can usually think of something nice to say about anybody. But on Mike DeWine, he has essentially been a Democrat, and I don’t like anything about Democrats. Just because he put an “R” next to his name doesn’t make him a Republican. As we have seen at many levels of politics, an “R” isn’t enough. Suppose a politician doesn’t act like a Republican. In that case, I think worse of them than if we are just dealing with a Democrat because we are dealing with another level of dishonesty, and DeWine sold himself dishonestly when he proposed that he was a Republican. Yet the person running against Mike DeWine for this 2022 governor race is even worse as a Democrat, so the question is, do you vote for the Democrat who is pretending to be a Republican, or do you deal with the radical socialist who calls herself a Democrat but might as well be the secretary of Karl Marx? These are tough choices and not very good for a world of free and fair elections. 

So I have been digging deep, trying to find something I like about Mike DeWine. My friend knows I represent a lot of Republican voters who just will never put their name next to Mike DeWine because of how he behaved during his first term. But a few nice words from me might encourage others who feel the same way to maybe hold their nose and vote for DeWine anyway, for the good of the party. So this has been a tough one for me, and I have had to work hard at it for several weeks now, trying to find anything good about Mike DeWine, and the thing that jumped out most to me was that his wife, Fran, makes good cookies. I had a chance to meet with Mike DeWine a few months ago at an event, and his wife gave me some cookies, and they were really good. Were they good enough to elect him governor again? Well, maybe. Ruin people’s lives, kill them with lockdowns by putting the liberal disaster Amy Acton in charge of Ohio Health Care, but Fran’s cookies…………………… it’s kind of like weighing an Egyptian heart against a feather to see if you can pass into the Duat during death. 

But then I had to think of some more things if I could, and I can say with a straight face that during the last two years of Mike DeWine’s term, he has worked well with the Republican Reps and Senate on gun legislation. DeWine has been good on gun control measures and pro-Second Amendment concerns. He even signed H.B. 99, which my local state rep, Thomas Hall, sponsored, which provided standards for teacher training to be armed in public schools to fight back against the risk of school shootings. So, those are a few real things that Mike DeWine has done in his first term that was very positive. Sure, he wouldn’t have done them at all unless he was way underwater with Republican voters because of what he did during Covid. But it’s way better than what we would have had under Nan Whaley. Mike DeWine has signed real law proposed by the Ohio legislature that provided constitutional carry and Stand your Ground law that has undoubtedly made Ohio much better from a Second Amendment perspective. And that’s kind of what politics is, a give and take, and if it took so many people to hate Mike DeWine to make him strong on Second Amendment issues, then maybe that’s a good thing.

Then there is an issue that I care about quite a lot, and that is the election of Sharon Kennedy to be Chief Justice of the Supreme Court. I know Sharon, and she is fantastic. I would love to see her become the Chief Justice, which is very possible. The Supreme Court, for a long time now, has been in a balancing act between liberalism and conservative value. If Sharon wins the Chief Justice position, then her replacement would then be appointed by Mike DeWine. And in that way, like the gun control legislation, DeWine would pick a strong conservative, which would certainly help secure the Supreme Court with much more conservative representation. Ultimately, we must have a conservative Supreme Court. We have a strong presence of conservatives among the State Reps and the Senate, but the Supreme Court has been weak. A lot of people have called themselves “Rs,” but in reality, they have been very liberal by their voting record. DeWine, in other years, might have picked a liberal for the Supreme Court nomination, but he’s not dumb. He sees where things are going in this MAGA Republican Party, so he would be very inclined to appease Republicans with a strong pick.

So there are three things I thought of nice to say about Mike DeWine. See, I can find something nice to say about anybody, even him. He has been good for the last two years on Second Amendment issues. He has a good chance of doing very well on the Supreme Court by picking a conservative replacement for the Chief Justice. Based on what DeWine has done with gun rights, this particular year would likely be a more conservative choice than in other years. Then there are the cookies. Should we vote for Mike DeWine because of his wife’s cookies? Maybe it does all come down to that.

Sometimes you get governors who are so out of touch that you can’t even talk to them when you see them. Fran was always so personable when I was at that event with the DeWines. Mike asked me if I wanted a picture; I, of course, said that I was good. I didn’t want a picture. He didn’t make any strange faces; he just moved on to the next person. But Fran made sure I had some cookies, and they were very good. Even though I think of the DeWine family as a bunch of Democrats, I can at least say that they mean well. That was DeWine’s excuse after Covid; he thought he was doing the right things and just following the orders of the CDC. And that is always the danger of following government; they usually don’t know what’s best. But they have the power to impose their view of reality on people, which makes them dangerous. But Fran DeWine’s cookies were good. All voters will have to make that hard choice on November 8th. Are Fran’s cookies enough? 

Rich Hoffman

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Lakota Schools Picks a Fight: Government schools are part of the problem of destroying our country

I will just have to remind everyone in the wake of the disappointing report regarding the Matt Miller investigation at Lakota; you can’t rely on a government to investigate itself regarding its out-of-control employees. Everywhere that there are government employees attached in some way to labor unions, we will see the kind of bad conduct brushed under the rug that we have seen in Lakota over Matt Miller being found cleared of wrongdoing in his role as superintendent, making more than $200,000 a year with benefits. His good friend, the treasurer Jenni Logan obviously knew that all this was going to blow up, so she left the district in August of 2022 to take a job across the river in Butler County at Ross to get out of the way of the onslaught that the school board was going to face once the public found out about the reckless sexual escapades of its public superintendent. Everyone knew that the investigation the school board paid for would let Matt Miller off, even after all the evidence was revealed. The essential point of the case, which Miller’s lawyer stated after the Wednesday, November 2nd meeting shown below, was that he was cleared of all charges, yet again. And that there was going to be some revenge. Spoken like a typical public employee who feels that they are entitled to a job and that anything they do should not be held against them, a typical progressive political position consistent with all teacher union associations and their culture. Miller has undoubtedly been a defender of the Lakota teacher’s union, and when pressed, he sounds like the typical political radical that comes from their community impositions. Here is what Miller’s attorney Elizabeth Tuck said after the meeting:

“Mr. Miller has been cleared once again of these outrageous and defamatory accusations; we hope the witch hunt is over; we are considering consequences for the individuals who initiated and perpetuated these lies; the damage to Mr. Miller’s career has consequences, people shouldn’t be permitted just to make things up to drown someone out of a career.” 

The media and others were wondering where all the people were for this meeting; the attendance wasn’t very good. Well, they were across town at another meeting where like-minded people were gathering to figure out what to do about this Matt Miller news. They knew hours before the Lakota meeting that Lakota was going to let Matt Miller off and keep him employed and that the public employees thought they had some kind of right to fight back for bringing such a hostile workplace to their sensitive little minds. Matt Miller started all this by running conservative school board members that the voters picked for the board away and trying to destroy their lives. So nobody has any sympathy for him and his lawyer when they start yacking about “defamation” and “lies,” Darbi Boddy can claim the same was done against her, and you don’t see her crying about it. And many people at that cross-town meeting also could claim the Lakota school board has abused them over the years. And that they had been “defamed,” “lied to,” and abused by the labor union members over many issues. Their attitude to Miller’s statement by his lawyer was, “welcome to the club.”  The school and public employees could certainly be found liable for the lack of safety that there is within the institution. Once they open that door, there suddenly are lots of avenues for recourse. Just think of who could be deposed.

People generally have the feeling that the Lakota school board doesn’t work, the school doesn’t work for the community, and they spend way too much money, so they turn toward themselves to figure out what community actions come next. That meeting was planned before the Lakota school board announced that they would have a special meeting to discuss letting Matt Miller off the hook, which was inconceivable to most people who have seen all the evidence at Protect Lakota Kids.com. A lot of people have tried to work with this school board to help make it better. I certainly did. For the last several years, I worked with Lynda O’Conner directly to help make it better. She is the president now of the board, and after all the work we have done, many people are disappointed to see where the board has gone in just a few short months. By working with me directly, I didn’t feel like talking about all these crazy things going on behind the scenes. Because if we only elected her and gave her some help, that a conservative board would improve things. But obviously, we only ended up with 1 out of 5 board members who committed to conservative values, and Lynda wasn’t one of them. After all those Tea Party meetings, and all those private meetings, this is what we ended up with, and now people are mad at her beyond repair. That makes me angry because it feels like a wasted effort. Only Darbi wouldn’t have been found any other way, and she has been fantastic; I’m so glad we found her. Now we just need to go out and get four more of her. 

But the government schools are not in charge of the community. If the school is shown not to report to the community, then the community will gather where they control the meetings; they control the door-to-door knocking, the pending actions in the courts, and the kind of activism that forces change. I warned Lynda years ago about the engagement problem, and I guess she has done a good thing by waking up those people with this Matt Miller story. I don’t think she meant to unleash this action, but the result of this past year is waking up all those voters I explained who were otherwise disengaged from the process because they believed their actions wouldn’t matter. But now that they’ve seen what voting for Darbi has brought them and how the school system tried to destroy her with smiles on their faces, they are learning what was being hidden from the public regarding the superintendent. For an extended period of time, now they are activated, and they aren’t showing their cards to the Lakota school system. They aren’t limiting themselves to the tightly controlled 3-minute speeches at the school board. They are going to places where they can talk as much as they want to as many people as possible, safe and away from the purple-haired progressive radicals and their liberal desires to use Lakota to bring Democrat policies into a very Republican Butler County. And everything that Lakota wanted to hide, they have only awakened those voters I told Lynda were pent up and isolated in their homes waiting for a cause to rally to. And now, this Matt Miller issue is it. And it started by letting him try to destroy Darbi Boddy with every kind of vicious attack that Matt Miller’s lawyer claimed he was suffering from. But the teeth of the public are something they haven’t accounted for. And when they are lied to, as they have been, and are told there is no evidence, yet they can see all that evidence at Protect Lakota Kids.com, natural anger has resulted. Now that people know what kind of game has been played against them and can see the proof beyond speculative utterances, they are mad, and that anger has to go somewhere. And in this case, it’s across-town meetings that the school does not control to figure out what to do about this liberal menace that is embedded in our schools for the destruction of our lives, liberty, and honor. Very little good ever comes out of government, certainly not out of the government schools. And to see just how bad it is, visit Protect Lakota Kids.com and learn for yourself.

Rich Hoffman

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Protect Lakota Kids.com and the Public Records that Show all the Evidence: Defending children from the extreme liberalism of Lakota schools

It’s not like the bad behavior at Lakota schools happened overnight. It took place over a long period of time. For those who have been wanting to see all the evidence from the Matt Miller divorce and the crazy sexual lifestyle of the superintendent of Lakota that has been much talked about, you can see it all down to the last public document at the excellent website Protect Lakota Kids.com.  CLICK TO Visit for yourself. I am proud of the great people who put that site together, and you better believe it; it was not an enterprise of a few lonely people. It’s a community effort; even better, over 600 people have signed the petition to protect Lakota Kids from the diabolical exploits of the radical progressives who work for all these government schools. This particular school is in our neighborhood, and it is challenging our values as a community, so it’s great to see people coming together to stand up to the vile behavior that has been on full display for quite a while now. The evidence of that behavior is reflected in the meeting segment shown below. A parent gave a very nice speech about the bad behavior of the superintendent, but additionally on the behavior of the school board members and other administrators. No wonder they didn’t see anything wrong with the superintendent’s sexual behavior because they are just as bad in many cases. What does that say about the people who run Lakota schools, especially when you can see for yourself just how bad that behavior has been for the superintendent? 

When the upset parent’s speech was given, I was working on getting new school board members elected. For me, that was the solution: to get better management on the board who would take the job a lot more seriously, not drink so much, and find themselves in compromising situations when they went to social events around town and out of town. The stories from some of these events have been horrendous and embarrassing to me. I like my community; I think there are a lot of good people who live in Butler County. I’ve been associated with Butler County most of my life. I could have lived anywhere in the world that I wanted, but I loved Butler County so much that I stayed in the area by choice. But these extreme leftist types who always come with more government expansion, especially in the public schools, do not represent the values of the community I have known for five decades. Many people moved to the area to be part of that kind of community. They did not move to Butler County to be embarrassed by the extreme liberalism of Lakota schools. For too long, they have put up with it to go along to get along. But after learning more about just how liberal and sexually reckless the people who run Lakota schools really are, there has been a very steady chorus of anger that has been building for several years now. To say the least, when Matt Miller was hired to be the superintendent in 2017, he reflected the values obviously of the people who hired him. And to understand what those values were, just read the voluminous public records on the Protect Lakota Kids website. We know the school board knew in 2020 just how bad things were, and instead of fixing the problem, they moved to cover everything up, which everyone should find alarming.

I had hopes that good management might fix some of these problems, but instantly the governing board gave the new school board members a fruit basket of friendship and worked to either bring them into the fold or to get rid of them. One of the newly elected board members seemed to like the fruit basket. The other one could care less, and instantly, Matt Miller and his partners on the school board worked quickly to get rid of her. And at that point, it was apparent that I had wasted my time trying to work with the board to have proper management at Lakota. Because the sexual deviants, the swingers, and the radical left loons who make up Lakota management wanted to protect their racket from the outside eyes of the holy rollers in the community and their pesky “Christian values.” They had no desire to listen to voters; they simply wanted to hide bad behavior from the public, and by reviewing the public documents at Protect Lakota Kids, it’s obvious that this was a common assumption, not an isolated behavior. With our tax money, we were funding the kind of behavior among the adults at Lakota that we wouldn’t endorse in our community otherwise except behind the innocent faces of our children. 

Yes, the title of that website, Protect Lakota Kids.com, is appropriate because if we don’t do it, who will? The school board certainly isn’t interested in helping kids find their moral compass in life. And if we aren’t teaching kids the basics of living a good, productive life, then what are we teaching them to be? If you leave it to the school, the role model they have in mind is Matt Miller. Obviously, the Lakota superintendent has serious sexual issues, as chronicled by the public records listed on the Protect Lakota Kids website. And you don’t have to live in Lakota to have an opinion about this matter. This is a problem in all public schools. Everywhere there are government schools, we see the same essential issues.

What is different about the school district of Lakota is that parents are taking control of their community. We have tried to elect good school board members. But the progressive types have rebelled against that notion. So, if parents can’t control their school board, they will create awareness with their own media, with websites like Protect Lakota Kids.com.   At that site, they are doing the job that the media should have been doing all along. But it’s not as if good people didn’t try to do things the traditional way. Speeches like the frustrated parent shown here have been going on for a long time. And it proves that the school board chose not to listen and to act to defend the bad behavior from the judgment of the public at all costs. And that isn’t acceptable. We aren’t paying all the money that we do in taxes to fuel this level of liberal politics. Butler County is a very conservative place in the world, and Lakota schools are a playground of liberalism that has embedded itself into our community in extremely unhealthy ways. It’s a fight worth having because, in the end, the product of the community is the children. Left to their own devices, the leadership of Lakota is intent on making kids into reflections of their own impoverished lifestyles, into the train wrecks spoken about by that concerned parent. I know that parent, and when she was talking about handpicking people from the GOP for the school board, she was talking about my work. She was frustrated with the results; she was ready to give up on the school way back then. I would say that it’s always good to try to fix something. But to her point, Lakota has been beyond gone for a long time now. And it will never get better if we allow them to govern themselves. Because given a choice, Lakota management will always pick the wrong thing.

Rich Hoffman