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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The New Costco in Liberty Township, Ohio: Small government and guns make communities great

For around two years, I had been looking for a PlayStation 5. Unfortunately for PlayStation, the company released its newest video game console during Covid. Who would have ever thought that the economy of the world would shut down entirely when planning for such a new release? In many places in the world, supply chains have not returned to normal due to massive government interference and their stupid support of Klaus Schwab’s Great Reset. That has been particularly true of computer chips, which make the new PlayStation 5 so powerful. So it’s been very difficult to get a new PlayStation 5. Our family has continued playing our old PlayStation 4 over that duration like many people have had to. But I’ve been on the lookout for one for several years and have not been able to find one. There are usually long waiting lists you have to get on to have a chance to buy one. Walmart, Target, Best Buy, and all the usual places have been unable to keep them when they do come in, and what they get has usually been a very limited supply. So I was quite shocked when I went to the new Costco in Liberty Township to meet my family on the opening day of November 2022 and saw at the entrance a pallet of PlayStation 5s stacked high for people to grab as they came into the new and wonderful store. I arrived before my family did, and it took me less than a fraction of a second to see the obvious. I grabbed one as people were plucking them from the stack as quickly as they came in, and we bought it that day and have enjoyed it profusely. 

Yes, I’m a fan of Costco, even though they are not exactly conservatives. They are known Obama supporters, but they provide excellent service, so I haven’t held that against them. Costco does a lot of great things, and I have been a frequent visitor to the one in Tri-County, Ohio, for many years. When I found out that they were going to build a new Costco in Liberty Township, Ohio, I was very happy because I feel like a lot of people do about Tri-County, Ohio, located between the cities of Sharonville and Springdale, that big government has destroyed the former economic boom town and left it a husk of desperate value. I used to think of Tri-County as one of the greatest economic centers in the United States. I worked there several times in my life, so I know the area’s character well; it’s been a part of my life most of my life. So I’ve seen it in better days. But over the last 10 to 20 years, the progressive policies that came from big government woke policies have left the reputation to be one of crime. To describe it simply in one word, when I think of Tri-County, I think of MTV. The youth have been allowed to run wild and take over the character of the area, and wherever youth go, like mindless locusts, they destroy everything in their path. Older people don’t want to deal with a bunch of slack-jawed kids dressed inappropriately and constantly catcalling women while trying to shop and spend time with their families. But kids don’t have money, but moms who run families do, and those types of moms made Tri-County great. 

That is why Costco built a store in Liberty Township, which is everything that Tri-County isn’t, very conservative and safe, and people who live there have money and care about things. It’s not to say that Liberty Township couldn’t become like Tri-County at some point, but the differences couldn’t be more obvious. In Butler County, Ohio, where Liberty Township is, there are over 400,000 residents, most of whom have guns. They either have guns in the home or carry them, and crime is not tolerated the way it has been 6 miles to the south in Tri-County and Sharonville. So it shouldn’t be a surprise to see Costco realizing that their Tri-County store was being held back because people just didn’t want to be in an area known for crime to shop at their store. So they built a new one, and people were hungry for it. For the first few weeks, there has been a line to get into the store, and people have been flocking to it just to buy goods and services and enjoy the Costco experience. And this new Costco has had everything, a lot more than the Tri-County store had, like PlayStation 5s. As I bought our new PlayStation in the long lines that went to the back of the store, I realized that if the Tri-County store did try to carry the type of items that the new Liberty Township store did, that theft would be the likely result. In Tri-County, with their progressive governments and their big-city attitudes, crime is much more permitted. In Liberty Township, crime isn’t permitted at all. And there are a lot of guns carried by good people who won’t hesitate to use those guns to defend property and persons, which was always the point of the 2nd Amendment. 

This is precisely why many of us in the Butler County area have fought the temptation to allow West Chester and Liberty Township to become a city like their neighbors in Sharonville, Springdale, and Forest Park. Bad government happens when it gets too big, and once there are city councils and mayors involved, woke politics starts to attach itself to the decision-making process, and things get out of control. So we have fought for small government in Butler County, and the results are obvious. Butler County communities run much better than communities within the I-275 loop that have fallen for the big government temptation. I could tell stories about my experiences in Mason, where they have a city too, but over time they have had to become much more nibble on their feet to adapt to the pressure exerted by Sycamore Township to their south and Liberty Township to their west. The struggle to keep the government small is hard, but it’s obvious where they manage because when the government is small, there is less bureaucratic nonsense, allowing companies to invest without all the additional trouble. And when you go to the new Costco in LIbety Township and see the lines from people hungry to get in, you can see the obvious quickly. I happened to listen to a few older men standing outside the new Costco, bewildered as to why people were going so crazy over this new store, even days later after it initially opened. And the answer was that a lot of these shoppers were simply sitting at home waiting for something to open near them because they didn’t want to go into Tri-County to deal with the mess there, all the kids with their pants walking around half down, the nasty language, the cars with rap music pouring through closed windows but being so loud that it vibrates the fillings out of people’s teeth. When there is too much government and too much progressive policy, it ruins communities. When there is less, it makes communities better because the kind of people who shop and start businesses can then have a relationship without the government messing it up. And guns help a lot. Where there are lots of guns by private hands, there is much less crime. Where there are less guns, there is a lot more bad behavior.   And put simply, that is why the new Costco at Liberty Township is so much better and why communities like Tri-County, Ohio, are failing. 

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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Microsoft Was Never Our Friend: They don’t respect our time, our productivity, or our American sovereignty

I always liked the Paper Clip guy from early versions of Microsoft Windows. He might have been irritating, but he always came across as trying to be helpful, respectful of your time, and assuming that what you needed to do on the computer you were using was valuable. That sentiment has changed over time. Microsoft is well-known as a member of the Desecrators of Davos attempt to overthrow the world. Their obvious role in the scheme is to dumb people down with nonsense and steer society globally where the Klaus Schwab types want them to go. The Microsoft of the 1990s is long gone and what has been given to us in its wake is a significant intrusion of progressive intent to change the world as we know it. Microsoft thinks it can do it because they are essentially a monopoly that touches just about every computer in the world, other than Apple, which is just as bad.

I used to love Microsoft; I was a big fan of Word, of course. But I loved Excel, Project, PowerPoint, and everything Microsoft made. I was a fan of it all. But I entered the computer age at the ground level and watched this company evolve. And that also gives me the liberty to discuss how much it has changed from its original intentions. The Microsoft of today does not respect its users. They provide constant updates whenever they decide to; they don’t care what you are working on and have no value for it. They do what they want; they speak to you through messages as if they are a parent telling you to brush your teeth before going to bed and have lost their understanding of the original company mission in the beginning. Their goal now is globalism and steering mankind into the slaughterhouse of globalism, and they intend to use their software as the bait that drags everyone to that gloomy destination.

It’s out now, Bill Gates, when he stepped away from being the boss of Microsoft just as lockdowns were happening all across America in the spring of 2020, during a big election year where a virus that was planned at Event 201, sponsored by Bill Gates himself, was released. Gates wanted to protect Microsoft from his role in the virus and designed to work on the “climate change” initiative hoping that Microsoft would be shielded from public opinion as they learned what role Gates had in managing the virus in society and what the governments of the world would do about it. But Microsoft was just another front on the culture wars attack. I had been noticing that their edit software was already attacking strong usages of pronouns and other kinds of terminology that might be considered “too aggressive” as a means to control information flow and the quality of it as determined by the Desecrators of Davos, which Bill Gates is undoubtedly one of the founding members. Microsoft was no longer concerned about the quality of the individual users’ time; they were now concerned about controlling what the particular user did and what they thought while they were interfacing with their products. The footprints of global corporatism were unleashed, and people were so in love with the Microsoft product that they didn’t notice how sinister some of the changes truly were until it was too late. Microsoft went from being a helpful friend to essentially becoming the software of the terminators from one of Jim Cameron’s science fiction doomsday films. Only they weren’t intended to kill the user, only to make them suitable, compliant soldiers of the administrative state. The lure was to get people addicted to easy pornography, and a big brother was watching the users through the software all hours of the day, anywhere in the world that they might be. 

It was a baffling experience to see how Microsoft was pushing its Teams meeting system just as the governments of the world, all looking for Bill Gates donations, thought that the way to deal with the Covid virus, a virus created in a Chinese lab by Bill Gates’ friend, Dr. Fauci, and both of them worked hard to keep medicine away from those who caught it so they could push all these new social controls like social distancing. The wearing of useless masks to fight the virus was to work from home and use Microsoft Teams to communicate instead of actually going to the office. And the media followed that assumption with talk about a New Normal, coming straight off the pages of Claus Schwab’s latest book, titled The Great Reset. From the point of view of Bill Gates, who wants a zero-emission world to save the planet from some bizarre climate change religion that takes all mankind back essentially to The Law of One, the sun worship of pagan deities from an archaic past, keeping people off the roads and at home would save the planet from those pesky humans and their gas-guzzling cars. So Microsoft Teams was there to allow people to do business in their underwear which essentially shut the world down productively for more than a year and crippled the world’s economy. The Microsoft solution was to attempt to control the messaging through their various software updates, keep the public steered toward globalism, and discourage information that might say otherwise. 

But the footprints of globalism were there from the beginning. It’s just that while the market was taking off, Microsoft needed the customers to get addicted to their product like a drug dealer might give away free samples to get people addicted to the high. In its early versions before Windows 95, Microsoft wanted to appear helpful, productive, and respectful of its users. But after Windows 95, and the complaints about the product showed this trend, people saw that Microsoft was less interested in the user market and much more interested in making the users slaves to their system since, by then, most of the world was using a version of Windows to interact with computers in whatever way they were using them. The goal from the beginning was to gain control of the time the users spent on a computer and to get them to want to do more of it. Even when reality threw obvious problems their way, they simply ignored the information and proceeded on anyway, just as they did with the concept of Teams meetings replacing real human interaction in an office space. Microsoft’s stupidity in understanding the basic nature of productivity went straight to the door of Bill Gates, who never wanted to help society live better lives with a superior product. His goal was to use the information to control productivity and to dumb down the users to the point where they wouldn’t even see what was happening to them along the way. The Paper Clip guy was an illusion all along. Microsoft never intended actually to be helpful but to bait mankind into following them into mass control from global forces. That long-hatched plan culminated when Bill Gates resigned from Microsoft upon unleashing Covid from China. Microsoft went on to do its work as built by its founder, while Bill Gates went into full Desecrators of Davos mode and joined the others who were openly looking to take over the world. Microsoft was never our friend; it was only an enemy from within from the very beginning, and it is obvious that they don’t respect our time.   They only want our minds to do what they want with them to serve interests that are not American.

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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The Sons of the Law of One: A solar panel cult to force all civilizations to appease the sun as the supreme god

Well, of course, we have to talk about the ancient sun-worshipping cult, the Sons of the Law of One, and that it predates many of our current religions and political orders. But it gets scary when bad things come up, such as child pedophilia cases in my hometown of Butler County, Ohio, involving hundreds and thousands of well-known people. And if you don’t have a reference for the vast evil on display, you wouldn’t have an explanation for Masons who go into mysterious chants hoping to put a curse on somebody to destroy them or consider that abortion is the political left’s blood cult to appease the gods of ancient pagan religions. When you look to understand modern politics and the reasons people believe what they believe, you usually find out that there is occult worship behind the thin veil in almost every case, including the deep suspicions that the Clintons were involved in the Jeffery Epstein child sex cult, along with Bill Gates and many celebrities. The recent pictures from Halloween of Machine Gun Kelly and Megan Fox only feed this curiosity, as well as Katy Perry and her broken eye. We live in a polite society that doesn’t talk about the real issues that cause the effects which drive our politics, and once you learn what does drive those issues, things make a lot more sense. But for them to make sense, you must reach into society’s occult practices to understand their politics. This is why I have been talking about Atlantis a lot more lately because that is a society that predates our written history and is denied by the established order for all the very reasons talked about, to conceal the occult practices that various groups of people participate in, and drive political policy to mysterious items of worship. In this case, the reason the political left is so obsessed with solar panels. 

We know about Atlantis because Plato, a well-known and accepted Greek philosopher, recorded that society in one of his works. And over time, Atlantis looks to have influenced early English mythology, Ireland, the Vikings, all of Europe, and especially Africa creating Egyptian and Sumerian societies from the outset. Atlantis was ancient when those societies were new. But then there are the Indian mythologies and the mythologies of the white-skinned ones with the Aztecs, Mayas, and Incas. And there are thousands of societies that rose and fell in between these historical events and the mythologies that people ended up remembering of them. So there are multiple variations to those old stories that have created many occult beliefs that have been followed with sacrifices to unknown gods, which can almost always be found working their influence in the political policies of our modern day. So also with the various Indian legends, since we are told by modern progressives that the Indians were so wise and that we should listen to them regarding all things, many of them believe that 250,000 years ago, Star People came to earth from the planet Sirius and settled 12 planets, of which earth was only one, and a minor one at that. The wisdom of these Star People made up what we know today in various cultures, especially Atlantis, which we know the first king was Atlas, who invented all that we know about astrology. And when you know what the high-order Masons believe, much of their action is driven by astrology, just as Egypt and many other cultures that we consider advanced. That is also why most of them revere the planet Sirius as substantial to their functional mythologies. For instance, in the Bible, Sirius is considered the Star of Bethlehem. And when we talk about the 12 Tribes of Israel, the 12 Disciples of Jesus, the 12 months of a year, or the 12 constellations of the zodiac, or the Twelve Tables appointed in 451 BC which led to Roman society from its primitive roots, this is where we get the origin beliefs. 

And from ancient Atlantis and the Indian mythology of the Star People from Sirius, who settled the 12 planets, is the concept of the Sons of the Law of One. It’s a sun-worshipping cult that identifies the sun of our earth’s solar system as the life giver and the ultimate god to appease. The Law of One then migrated into many of the cultures we currently recognize, and they all had a reverence for sun worship. Many of the human sacrifices that the Aztecs made were to appease the sun. Many of the myths that formed around the world, as a result, were sun god worship that in the absence of a Christian religion, all of society migrates back to this notion of the Law of One, the one sun, the life giver of everything, and for which we are all dependent. When you see that the political left is upset with space travel, it’s because mankind proposes to leave behind the control of the sun and essentially divorce ourselves from these ancient beliefs with self-fulfilling innovation and technology. But then again, many are using technology as a means to chain mankind to continued worship of the Law of One. We have seen that in the tech companies specifically and their infatuation with pagan gods from the distant past. And we certainly see it in the bizarre push for solar panels.

The only way to understand the insanity of the liberal push to chain mankind to the limited energy available from the sun with solar panels is to understand the ancient ideas of the Sons of the Law of One and the astrology invented by the Atlantean god Atlas and the knowledge he revealed from the Star People from Sirius. The push for all-electric cars and a society that destroys fossil fuels and forces everyone to essentially worship the sun as the primary means of living life is obviously a sacrifice of innovation to force compliance to the sun and its role at the center of our solar system. But when people are looking for logic as to why our political society would do such a dumb thing, they will not find the answer in the logic of scholarly debate or the rule of law in congress. They have to go back to the Sons of the Law of One, to the culture of Atlantis, to the horoscope cultures of the world, including the one you might have looked at today in the Farmer’s Almanac. Once you understand the occult logic behind the political maneuver, you can understand how stupid it really is. We are in an age of science and reason, not a society that must bend itself to the limits of ancient superstitions. We have rational minds who can invent our own means of power. But to those who worship other gods besides the Christian concept of commanding nature and instead yielding to it as all ancient cultures had to, especially Atlantis, then it should never be a surprise to see those cultures fail, just as we will fail if we follow the same dumb laws and appease the spirits of ancient hokey religions. But lazy people, they want an easy way to live life, and appeasing some ancient god or trying to appease the sun is a lot easier than inventing a thorium reactor or bolding blasting into space to create our own origin stories; not one started 250,000 years ago, or millions of years ago. But now, with America driving innovation and creativity to an unknown but exciting tomorrow. The clash essentially comes down to the brave and innovative instead of the lazy and superstitious. And the battle for tomorrow will depend on who wins that many generational wars.

Rich Hoffman

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A Review of Alex Jones’ ‘The Great Reset’: What to do after a prom date goes bad

It has been quite an experience, two different books by the same name came out within a year of each other, but the conditions of the world were vastly different between the two. When Glenn Beck’s book called The Great Reset came out in January of 2022, I have come to think of it like that daughter you might have who is preparing to go to prom. Some slack-jawed loser wants to take your little girl out on the town as a prom date, and being a nice compliant subservient to the local school system; we are supposed just to let it happen without protest. The kid shows up in a piece of junk car with stringy hair and slumped shoulders, and you’re supposed to be happy about it. He pins a flower onto her expensive dress while you and your wife record the moment with pictures you are sure she will want to look at for the rest of her life. You shake hands with the dude even though you want to break his neck, stuff him into the refrigerator, and wave to her as she leaves with him on what you know as a parent will lead to doom and regret.   But society tells you that you have no choice in the matter, that she is a girl of the world, and you are the dad, and you must allow this thing to happen. Reading Glenn Beck’s version of The Great Reset is much like this scenario. You know that there are vile characters who want to do bad things to your mother country, America, and you can now see who they are, which was wonderfully outlined in the book. 

But then recently, in the same year of 2022, some eight months later, Alex Jones’ book called The Great Reset came out. That version of the same topic is like that same prom date, only that it’s when your daughter comes home at 4 AM in the morning. She’s beaten up with bruises all over her body. Her dress is torn to pieces. She can’t find her underwear. She is crying and tells you that she lost her date around midnight and can’t remember most of the evening. And it’s quite clear she had been sexually assaulted, and she doesn’t even know by whom. So instead of having pleasant memories of her first prom, you are now at the police station filing a police report, and there is a manhunt on for her date, who has also turned up missing. And the evening is officially a disaster that she will spend the rest of her life trying to forget. That is the level of the truth bombs revealed in Alex Jones’ book on the characters of the World Economic Forum and their inspirations for world domination. I couldn’t recommend reading it enough because, honestly, people need the shock to understand to what extent our country has been attacked over a 100-year period. Glenn Beck had been much more amicable when he wrote his book, but since that innocent time of less than a year ago, so much more has been revealed, and our nation’s innocence has undoubtedly been lost. And now, we must figure out what we are going to do about it. That is the Alex Jones version of The Great Reset. It’s the harsh reality without the kindness, and it’s the answer that many people are seeking as we come upon the midterm elections where the American uniqueness of the Bill of Rights has prevented an all-out attack on our nation and left the bad guys vulnerable to the mass public for the first time in history. 

A couple of parts of the book that really stood out to me were issues that I have long talked about, such as China was, the creation of this World Economic Forum group, people who work behind the scenes of the United Nations and purposely propped up the poor country with finance going back to the post World War II days and the Nixon Administration. Without American influence, as I say all the time, and few people joining the cause, except for Alex Jones, China would fall apart into another poor country of barely functioning farmers. It was the people I call the Desecrators of Davos, the so-called elites of the World Economic Forum, who have been transferring global wealth into China to give it stolen power to implement their goal of a big bad Administrative State run by communism, controlled by those same Desecrators of Davos. China isn’t the real villain; it’s the one they created to attack America and the world through force and finance. And their intentions for our destruction are straightforward and involve many of our own people who have clearly worked against us all with treason and sedition. They ignored our Constitution and assumed that they could do what they wanted to us and that there would be no ramifications. Alex Jones does an excellent job in his book of telling the history of China, and we see the same kind of action being taken today with Ukraine, which is under the same spell for the same reasons. Ukraine is a United Nations-created country that is the money laundering capital of the world for these same global villains meant to destroy the nationalism of Russia for global control. Other than all that, they are all nice people. 

Then there is the thing that I think is the most important, and I haven’t heard many people willing to back me up on it until now. Alex states the obvious, but he does it boldly; when he declares that he believes that the Covid virus was made in a Chinese lab and unleashed as a bioweapon, he has done the world an excellent service. It’s about time that people admit to themselves that Covid was a military attack by the Desecrators of Davos against the world so that they could usher in their Great Reset that Klaus Schwab and his band of international pirates clearly had planned with treasonous help from Americans in finance, corporate influence, and politics. If you’ve ever read the Klaus Schwab version of The Great Reset, which I have, you will understand why Glenn Beck and Alex Jones have put out their warnings in similarly titled books. To me, Klaus Schwab was insane in his utterances, but I took him seriously years ago when Covid was released. I immediately knew what it was and where it came from, and the rest of the world has been slow to name the villain. It’s like finding out that the kid who assaulted your daughter and has gone missing is actually the CEO of the company you work for, so if you punch him in the nose, you are probably going to lose your job. Yet, you must do more than punch the CEO in the nose; you must prosecute him and go toe to toe with all his vast and infinite resources. But because it’s the right thing, you must do it. The Covid created virus by these Desecrators of Davos harmed the entire world simultaneously, and it was all meant to give Klaus Schwab and his minions a Great Reset economically. It’s quite clear, especially in hindsight. The world is slowly figuring it all out. And to know what to do next, they must read Alex Jones’ version of The Great Reset. It is the truth bomb that people need, and I can’t recommend it more!

Rich Hoffman

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The Truth About Vanessa Wells: Crawling through the mud is where the bad guys hide their crimes

According to the media narrative that Fox 19 in Cincinnati has tried to establish, and many of the liberal losers within the Rinos for Lakota group, they think the revelation of the bad things that Lakota superintendent Matt Miller has done, which Vanessa Wells revealed, was out of revenge because she was not elected to the school board during the last election. Such a suggestion is really ridiculous, especially when the real story is known. I speak with Vanessa Wells a lot, sometimes every few hours during a day, so I have a pretty good understanding of what she is doing and why she does it. I also understand why people didn’t want me to work with her and tried to convince me that she was dangerous and out of control. I wasn’t born yesterday. Usually, people don’t like someone because they don’t want to live up to the measure that a harder-working person applies to others. Or, their value systems just aren’t compatible. In Vanessa’s case, it’s likely both; she has a high moral value for how things should work, making political people very upset. And she is sharp as a tack, more intelligent than many lawyers that I know. It is not surprising that she has so many lawyers in her orbit right now because they are attracted to her intelligence and sense of justice. And I said to Vanessa recently what I thought about those election results last year where she fell short of winning.

There is a story to that, which I’ll get into shortly, but I’m glad she isn’t on the school board. She is far more influential behind the scenes than she ever would have been in an “official” role. I think Darbi Boddy has done a great job on the school board. I’d love to have more people like her on the school board. But you also need people like Vanessa Wells to work in the trenches, crawl through the mud where all the bad stuff is hidden and where the radical union elements conduct all their malice. I’m a big fan of Vanessa Wells, and I’m glad she is doing what she’s doing. Lakota is far better off because of her.

I remember when Lynda O’Conner introduced me to Vanessa Wells as a proposed school board member. Lynda is now the Lakota school board president, and I wanted to help her get more conservative votes on the school board that more adequately represented the actual residents of Butler County, Ohio. Vanessa was sharp and willing to learn all she could. But as we got closer to the election, and we had to do fundraising for the candidates, and she had to appear at events to get on the Republican Party slate card, Vanessa’s people were not happy with her. They were worried she would go from a rag-tag freedom fighter and concerned mom to a sell-out politician from their perspective, just like all the other sell-outs in the world. I assured Vanessa that wouldn’t be the case, but she was having doubts as the election drew near. And after she won a lawsuit against Lakota schools, Lynda started pushing Vanessa away, so things were getting rough for everyone to be in the same room together. We gave Vanessa a campaign manager to help her with the tasks of winning an election, Bruce Jones, the outstanding fiscal officer of West Chester, and the guy Sheriff Jones wanted to replace Roger Reynolds with as the Butler County Auditor, but the more structure we gave Vanessa, the less authentic she felt her ambitions for the job were, and she was becoming miserable. 

Vanessa approached me several weeks before the November election because she wanted out and to drop off the slate card for the Republican Party of Butler County. She was worried that I would be very angry. But I understood. She worried that if she dropped off, it would make me look bad to the eyes of all the movers and shakers. I told her I understood, that everyone involved had seen more than a few rough elections and that I didn’t care. I told her I wanted her to feel good about what she was doing and that, ultimately, she had to do what she thought was right. So, she dropped off the Republican slate card and ran independently. Of course, I heard about it from just about everyone, but I didn’t try to talk Vanessa out of her decision. Without the slate card inclusion, Vanessa won 5000 votes when the election came around. Darby Boddy and Isaac Adi, who stayed on the card, were the top vote-getters, and if Vanessa had stayed with it, she would have easily have beaten Kelly Casper. The radical union element just didn’t have enough gas to get much more than 7000 votes, so many of our thoughts about voter engagement and turnout, if given conservative options, turned out to be true. Vanessa, without party identification on election day, did exceptionally well. So, there is no shame in what she did or her performance. And there certainly isn’t any desire for revenge. We were all surprised she did as well as she did without the Republican endorsement. Without endorsements, she might have won anyway because she performed so strongly. Any thoughts anybody might have about Vanessa Wells wanting to get revenge on Lakota schools because she didn’t win the school board race simply don’t understand the situation. 

Yet, I’ve always said there needs to be leadership behind the scenes and on the board. It takes a lot more than a few public statements to manage a district full of radical left-winged loons and the union money extracted from property owners with essential threats to their children as the means to get it at play. And I told Vanessa recently that she has been far better for Lakota in the role she is in now than if she was in a straitjacket on the board where all the crazy union rules and the Ohio School Board Association creates methods to regulate the management, not the employees of the far-left political faction who want unencumbered access to our children. With Vanessa on the outside, she is free to act as she needs to, and she has managed to rally lots of good people to the cause, far better than if she was just another nameplate sitting at a desk talking into a microphone. And when she first told me she didn’t want the Republican endorsement, I thought about these possibilities, which have turned out to be very beneficial. I would go on to say that if there were no Vanessa Wells, then when a public employee did get caught doing bad stuff, there would have been nowhere to go with the information. Vanessa did what needed to be done with that information and handled it correctly and legally. And without her, nobody would know anything about this Matt Miller story. It would have been covered up and swept away like so many other issues are, right in front of our faces because the rules control the conduct of the school board. And there never are the kind of good people working in the mud to discover what they’ve been hiding. And the truth is, if Vanessa Wells had won that school board seat, it’s quite clear that many of the good things that are happening now wouldn’t have happened at all. 

Rich Hoffman

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The People I Hang Out With: Many people consider Steve Bannon to be the most dangerous person in the America

Before I go into a full-throated defense of Steve Bannon, the Trump strategist who recently was sentenced to 4 months in prison for defying the January 6th crooked court and the illegitimate Department of Justice put in place by Joe Biden and his plans to destroy America, I need to answer a question that the Butler County Sheriff’s department asked the Lakota school superintendent. While being interviewed by the police for his bizarre sexual lifestyle, the school superintendent was looking for help from his friend, the Sheriff, so he name-dropped me to remind him of a political rivalry within the Republican Party. It appeared to work because the police did not take further action even though the charge involved children; they blew it all off as “pillow talk” among “consenting adults.”  That is a subject all its own, but during the questioning, the police asked the superintendent, “who does this Rich Hoffman run around with” where the answer came back, “far-right winged” (people.)  As if I was hanging out in my spare time with lunatics who wear half-shirt tank tops in their backyard while cooking a dog to eat over an open fire with confederate flags flying over the house. (for people concerned with history, the Confederate enslavers were all Democrats, while the people freeing the enslaved people were all Republicans. Just a tiny little detail)  I usually don’t talk about my “behind the scenes life,” but since I saw that question posed by the police, I’ve meant to address it adequately because the Steve Bannon case reminded me of a dinner I was at that involved the prosecuted voice of the War Room that the Liberal World Order wanted so much to shut down. I’m proud of him, and I think this action against him will only help his cause.

Also involved in that police interview was the new Lakota school board member, Darbi Boddy, so her involvement with me in a posh dinner a few months ago where we were at the VIP table together has relevance. Darbi was sitting next to me; actually, her sister was next to me, and Darbi was next to her. In front of me was a senator. Next to him was a big-time political influencer. Next to him was a judge. Next to him was a political activist. Next to me at the following table was a State Representative. And next to her was other political bigwigs. The food was excellent.

The conversation was heavy. I was set to speak at this event, so we were in the center of the room. And you might say it was an event very much concerned about the affairs of our political order. It was hardly an event that contained a bunch of crazy right-winged loons. And as our conversations were focused on lofty concerns, I received a text message. As I saw it, I showed it to Darbi, and it caused even more discussion with a bit more weight added to the subject matter. It was a text from Steve Bannon, continuing a conversation we had been having all day, and as happens from time to time. I usually don’t think much about these things, but in the context of the police interview where the question came up, what kind of people do I “hang” around with? Well, that would be a good example. And I’m proud to include Steve Bannon’s name among them.

I figured out my role in the freedom movement a long time ago. I have a bedside manner that solves problems, whereas, on shows like the War Room and the old AM radio broadcasts that I used to participate in, the focus was on addressing an issue, but there never seemed to be much time to talk about the solution. For Steve Bannon, that is how the War Room works, talk about a problem and get people activated to help answer it with community activism. He and I had talked about this because there had been times when he was obviously considering me as one of his contributors. I shy away from those kinds of engagements because my gig is to give people the confidence that they need to take action with my bedside manner. For me, there is never a time to panic. There is never a bad guy who can’t be beaten in whatever way is needed. I am an optimist in every sense of the word. While my blog has millions of visitors, I consider what I do to be more of a slow burn than the urgent discussions that often make up talk radio content. People read and watch my stuff and think about it for a long time. And I like to keep the money out of the First Amendment business as much as possible because being small and nimble is more important than attracting an audience that advertisers would want. To do what I do, I need to remove as many woke influences as possible, so lean and agile are essential to my task, and I need the autonomy to work to my own schedule and subject matter. 

While Steve Bannon is on every day from 10 AM to noon, then from 5 PM to 7 PM to do his War Room podcast, he even works on Saturday from 10 AM to noon; my schedule is that my published content goes up at prime time, 8 PM each night, every night all days of the year, but I produce that content at my leisure. I have a busy life, so I usually do my work on these matters between 2 AM and 5 AM in the morning while the rest of the world sleeps. I have a very tight schedule during the waking hours that has something new going on every 15 minutes and lasts until well into the evening, past 8 PM. So, part of my thing is being able to control my time to do it instead of working toward a fixed schedule. I need that extra freedom to perform my task, whereas Steve Bannon is like a clock; he’s always on time and doing his work, even when the FBI is raiding him for harassment. So to additionally answer the question by the police about who I run around with, and some of the names I’ve mentioned, and talking about my daily schedule, it concludes with the obvious answer, I’m not this busy and spending time around those kinds of people because what I do isn’t heavily sought after. 

Suppose you don’t have a track record built over three decades of being right about things and having information that influential people find extremely valuable. In that case, you don’t find yourself talking to the kind of people I mentioned at that table. The political enemy wants to believe that everyone has the same problems that they do, so they imagine that people like Darbi and I are all about one political topic and that we spend the rest of our time waiting for someone to tell us what to do next, such is the life of the typical liberal. Rather, in my case, it is hard to give everyone the kind of time they want from me, and for me to do what I do, it requires vast amounts of flexibility to perform the task. But the need to perform those tasks is heavily sought after, and if I didn’t have a track record of truth and cutting through the fog so reliably, then I wouldn’t be at events like the one mentioned. And the only reason that I say it here is its relevance to Steve Bannon, who is considered by many to be the most dangerous person in the world. I don’t think he is. But I sure am proud of him and how he has stood up under heavy intimidation by an insurgent force in the White House. He has been tough. Darbi Boddy has been tough. And so have many thousands that I can think of off the top of my head who are fighting back against liberal tyranny wherever it shows itself. When I go to events like that VIP event, I think of how the people involved are answering a call that started with the Progressive Movement, and specifically Saul Alinsky. The radical left punched America first, and it took about 80 years for the America First movement to punch back. But that’s what we are doing now, and I would say I’m proudly “heavily” involved on many, many, many fronts. And I wouldn’t call any of the people I’m interested in as “fringe” or radical. They only have in common that they don’t like bullies, and they aren’t going to take it. And fighting back is the only answer, which is the kind of people I hang out with. Hopefully, that answers the question that the police were seeking. 

Rich Hoffman

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Alex Jones Should Have Represented Himself in Court: When the law is rigged against you, might as well have a little fun

I would have advised Alex Jones to represent himself in much the way the killer Darrell Brooks has been for his criminal trial of running over innocent people during that Wisconsin Christmas parade. Not that they are on the same level, but I’ve witnessed many times where defending yourself in court instead of hiring Bar Association members of the court is better for winning court cases. Don’t play by the rules they set up; work outside their rules for your own effect. It won’t help Darrell Brooks, but the method is noticeable, disruptive, and tends to jolt a judge and jury when it’s evident that the court is rigged against the defendant. If you can, it is much better to let a jury and other court members hear from the defendant as much as possible and not through the filter of proper rule adherence. It’s not the rules that are important in a court case; the evidence and the presentation of that evidence, or the defense against it, carries the most weight. And on a show trial like the civil case against Alex Jones, where a jury awarded the families of Sandy Hook nearly a billion dollars, Alex Jones would have done better to play less along with the court and to fight it directly with his own representation. It would have kept the court from its smug dressing down that actually happened. I think Alex Jones handled himself well during all these court cases. But if it was going to come down to a guilty verdict anyway, and we knew from the beginning that it would, then Alex could have gotten his point across better as his own representation instead of being held behind a thin veil of legal protection that keeps the court safe from challenges to its comfortable legal order. Jones would have served his case better to have been much more disruptive to that legal order.

Yet for those who hope these court cases and judgments against Alex Jones mean the end of Infowars and that it will put him out on the street homeless and without a voice, well, sorry to burst your bubble. In many ways, this whole experience has been redeeming for Jones, who has been at the front of all attacks since the beginning, going back to when he was first banned on YouTube. Alex Jones has been the target of the hostile insurgents. They have been seeking to undermine our American Constitution for many years because his radio show has essentially been an early warning system to all the things the Desecrators of Davos intended to try. Those global conspiracies came true when those enemies of America attacked us through Covid and election fraud. And knowing they were now too far to turn back now, they moved to attack their most vocal critics, people like Alex Jones, Roger Stone, Steve Bannon, and many others. Even President Trump. It was an all-or-nothing move, and they have made it. So this rigged court case where the judge had clearly found Alex Jones guilty of a First Amendment crime before the trial even started was always going to attempt to use a case like this to create case law that bottom-feeder lawyers would then try to apply to many other cases across the country that would essentially destroy the First Amendment. They targeted Alex Jones to make an example of him, and his crucifixion was always part of the plan. That’s why playing their game by hiring lawyers from the Bar Association is usually a bad idea if you really want to win a case. The lawyers you hire often play too nice to win and what’s important to them is maintaining their membership in the Bar and not ruffling their relationships with judges. They don’t care about clients as much as they do their role as cogs in the legal machine. And that kind of courtroom representation isn’t worth the money most of the time. If you are going to go to court and you know the system is rigged against you, then you owe it to yourself to be a little crazy in performing the task.

Bankruptcy will protect Alex Jones, and Infowars will still be on the air. Those people are not going to see a billion dollars which the court made up out of the thin blue air like the Federal Reserve prints money. It’s a lesson I learned a long time ago, keep the money out of the First Amendment business, and it makes it much harder, if not impossible, for the court to get any money out of you. If Jones works for free, which he can afford to do, then there is no way to shut down Infowars. That is the secret to these kinds of First Amendment ventures, take the money out of it, so the looters have nothing to get, and the bottom-feeder lawyers have nothing to suck off of. Lawyers don’t care about the First Amendment; they care about their relationships in the legal world. And they care about getting paid. And if there is no money to get, there is nothing worth their work to do. People like Jones will work for free because he cares about the outcome of the battle. Lawyers just care about the next steak dinner. And that especially holds true for the kind of prosecutors who thought they could knock Alex Jones off the air with a billion-dollar judgment upheld by a judge who acts like they never heard of the First Amendment. 

I think before all is said and done, this Jones case will be overturned during the appeal process, which will take years. If allowed to stand, the case law would then erode the First Amendment in devastating ways, which is the attack’s real purpose. You can’t be held accountable for things people feel about you based on something you said. “sticks and stones break bones, but words………..” doesn’t everyone remember that little nursery rhyme? It has a legal premise as well as a logical one. And if this case stood as is, then the door is open for others to do the same to anybody they might be angry at or hurt by. Then our legal system becomes a mess of people acting out of grievances, which is precisely the way things might work in China. But not in the United States. The truth is, and Alex might have been over the top with his statements about Sandy Hook, but people have such a low opinion of our government that during a mass shooting of any kind, the first thing people think of is to what degree our government played a role in it. Few people believe anymore that people just do murderous things out of pure evil by themselves. They certainly do, but our first question is always, what did the government know about it, and when did they know it? We don’t trust our government, and legal action against Alex Jones won’t make people suddenly trust it. It just shows how corrupt our legal system is and how much people like George Soros and his billions of dollars can buy courts through liberal prosecutors, all in an attempt to destroy the Constitutional law of America at its very foundation. When you cross the line with someone like Alex Jones, then everyone else is next. And during the appeal process, that will become very obvious once the politics are removed from the decision-making. Meanwhile, Alex Jones will be more popular than ever, thanks to all this great news coverage.   

Rich Hoffman

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