Mike DeWine and Jon Husted Get Booed: Smart people hate the masks, and for good reason

I didn’t really want to get into it, I’ve had many opportunities lately to deal with all the parties, the Trump people in Ohio, Governor DeWine listening to him in private try to explain his ridiculous emergency orders that have collapsed the economy, and on a personal note, I know of Jon Husted better than most.  There is no question that these are all good people, but when you are in charge of the lives of people and their happiness, if you get it wrong, they will hate you.  And just because you are good and nice, that doesn’t mean you aren’t an idiot in how you handle those lives.  I know Jon Husted to be a Tea Party type of guy and I’ve met him personally several times, but with Governor DeWine’s administration for which he is the Lt. Governor he will now forever be tainted in ways apparently nobody understood. Not that I haven’t warned people, including many of Trump’s people working Ohio.  From the beginning of Covid-19 there was a desire to believe that Governor DeWine did all the right things and took his cue from President Trump in dealing with the “plandemic.”  But as I told them and many others, who didn’t want me to do it, I will forever refer to Mike DeWine as “Dummy DeWine” and that he should be impeached, and obviously, I’m not the only Trump supporter who thinks so.  During Trump’s two stops in Ohio this week, the President learned to what extent people really hate anybody from the DeWine administration, including the sell-out Jon Husted who ruined his political future by playing nice with the left leaning Republican Mike DeWine.

Obviously, Trump’s people didn’t tell him how much many of the Republican base hated Mike DeWine, otherwise they never would have put them out on stage.  Trump likely thought all was well with them because nobody was admitting the truth, and talking about how many state Republicans were talking about impeaching DeWine for his handling of Covid-19 and the f**ked up mask mandates the idiot issued around the state and for all employees who wanted to try to stay in business through the massive debacle that the governor caused, destroying so many jobs in Ohio in the process.  Likely, the Trump people read the great polling that was coming out of the newspapers and the positive television news coverage and they thought everything was good.  But why would they think that, because those same outlets were the ones trying to kill Trump’s presidency and of course they were rewarding DeWine for thinking more like a Democrat than a Republican in dealing with the virus?  I know I spoke to a few Trump people and they really wanted to like the governor mostly because they felt it was necessary to win Ohio, to have a united party by election time. But of course my position has been and still is, DeWine broke the law and he must be punished, and in order to have a strong, united party, we had to take a stand against DeWine.

So it was no surprise that members of the Trump rally booed Jon Husted and Mike DeWine, and Trump was unusually surprised by the reaction.  I have always thought Trump had to thread the needle with Covid-19 because the issue was the ultimate straw man argument that liberals like to make, a defenseless, invisible enemy nobody could see or touch.  It was Orson Wells and his War of the Worlds radio broadcast that had everyone convinced there was an alien invasion, only to find out it was just an advertisement.  Even as “experts” say that we just passed 200,000 Covid death complications in the United States, I would doubt every one of them as fake news.  I don’t believe anything about Covid-19, I don’t trust how the government measured it, I don’t trust the models of experts, I don’t trust the death certificates.  I don’t trust anything the government has said about the virus or what we should do about it, the stupid “social distancing” the ridiculous “masks.”  Nothing.  Trump had to play along in an election year, but Dummy DeWine should have known better, instead he became the vehicle the political left needed to advance their cause and force Trump to play along.  But many people are now joining my long-term stance on Covid-19, and thinking that it was a massive hoax from the beginning, and the ultimate political scam to trap Trump.

For Governor DeWine to not understand how he has been played he is either too stupid to run our government as a governor or he is in on the scam and used the Trump administration as a cover for a power grab that ignored the legislature and the Ohio constitution for most of 2020.  He has personally destroyed many thousands of lives and likely killed more people than Covid ever did with his policies, and to hide those crimes, he uses the mask mandates as many liberals are to force people to acknowledge the danger and give them a cover story for their bad decisions.  Trump gets why people hate the masks, and I’ve been to several big events recently where the mask mandates were completely ignored, and for good reason.  There is no science which states that masks do anything to protect people from a phony, made up virus.  I don’t even trust the testing of the tests, likely there were many false positives in order to feed the media narrative that was at the center of the whole thing, and the wonderful polling that DeWine was getting for being a good boy and doing what the political left told him to do.

I’ve been on meetings with these guys, DeWine and Husted throughout the Covid “crises” and I know they have been tone death to the many House and Senate representatives who have been demanding to be part of the leadership process, only to be ignored.  DeWine has been functioning as the Emperor who has No Clothes for many months now because nobody was willing to tell him his wee wee was dangling in the wind and he had a few dingle berries hanging from his ass, because they didn’t want to piss him off because for a little guy, he has a bad temper.  And the Trump people wanted to make nice with all Republicans to deliver the state for the President, which was never in danger anyway.  But folks, you must stand for things in this life.  You don’t have to wear a bumper sticker on your forehead, but you can’t be a loser either.   The polling that really counts is at these rallies.  There were likely more people booing than the thousand or so samplings of registered voters who have been giving the newspapers their polling results.  And that’s precisely why you can’t trust these polls, and Trump did get caught looking at them.  The real voters were at his rally and DeWine and Husted are forever damaged.  They have embraced a liberal cause in Covid-19 and people will never forgive them for the mask mandates which will forever seal the fate of how the DeWine administration is judged and will destroy the careers of everyone attached.  Yes, it is a serious matter and is a perfect example of how even Trump can be sideswiped by the “experts” who are advising him on things they’d like to see, rather than how things really are.

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Covid-25: Mike DeWine and the FEMA Camps of Doom

I do appreciate the support, in sending the article I did on DeWine and the FEMA camps to Brian Thomas’ morning show on 55 KRC this past week. There was a lot of discussion on those airwaves and a lot of people were made aware of the problem as a result. The outrage was so intense that the Governor attempted to get out in front of the story with his 2 PM press conference on September 8th by saying the intent of the order he signed was not meant to rip people from their homes and throw them into FEMA camps in the middle of the night.  He largely blamed President Trump, but that’s not the point, nor the danger of what DeWine signed, what he did do was to set a standard that would open the door for later action, and to make a declaration that was not so obvious in the here and now. The danger of Mike DeWine’s order on isolating Covid-19 victims is to establish that the state can gain control over your individual liberty, and suspend your constitutional protections in the event that you become sick, and therefore a burden of the state. That is the problem, not the obvious overreach of government into overreacting to Covid-19, but in giving government the parameters for future crises and in creating the dividing line where your rights as individuals can be taken from you for the good of all.

By now I have certainly written many thousands of words on Covid-19 and its plandemic status. It has strategic aims listed in multiple locations that take it out to 2025, and they have been around for a long time. Our reaction to Covid-19 was not a spur of the moment thing, it has been talked about in government circles for decades, and it was in this election year that they planned to do a dry run to see how far they could push people, and to set the stage for a future state mandate, where government gains the rights to take over the management of the sick using Covid-19 as the gateway to that tyranny. The obvious next steps would of course be any disease that makes a person a burden either financially or physically could justify the government taking over the management of their lives completely, telling them where they can go and what they can do when they get there. Even mental health would fall in this category. The groundwork for the phantom menace that DeWine created with his Covid-19 FEMA camp directive has long lasting implications that he probably doesn’t understand as we are talking about it. But that he sees that he must play his role as a process guy who is easily controlled by the medical people who are using disease as their calling card to more power in a society attempting to creating socialized medicine, then a socialized society.

Way back when I first started talking about the FEMA camps all over the United States where people would be sent for confinement, much the way the Nazis gathered up their victims into concentration camps, it was unclear why FEMA would be involved in such a thing. Now it has become very clear, and even more so, it has revealed just how far into the past this future state aggression by government truly goes. Mike DeWine is not sophisticated enough to ask the questions as to why he should sign such directives, he only knows that he is governor and that the “experts” tell him to do so, for the good of society. This is also why there is such a melt-down over President Trump not listening to “experts” because the experts have had all this planned out for a long time, and they have not been reading from the books of Adam Smith, but have every intention to impose the worldview of Karl Marx. The situation should be quite clear by now, the medical industry does not want a free society functioning from constitutional ideas, they want a dependent class who needs them to keep them alive, and they very much want a centrally planned society, where they control the rules. That is what DeWine’s FEMA directive gives them as a benchmark here and now for the future off and distant.

The new laws of our day will be you can be free until you get sick, and the moment you come down with a sniffle, then the state then takes over the control of your life. That is after all why the mask mandates were enacted illegally by a government pushing the boundaries over the limit requiring them, even though there is no scientific proof that masks do anything to prevent the spread of disease. Actually, the opposite is probably true. That’s not the point. The goal of the face mask mandates was to train people to act away from their own self interest and to provoke them to think of others. That then would justify the quarantining of themselves to future state FEMA camps. If you have a virus that is contagious, then at that point you would be expected to surrender your constitutional protections to the state for the protection of “others.” That was always the plan which is easy to see if you study the progression in decades rather than in days. Its like watching the hands on a clock, if you look at them closely, you can hardly see them move. But if you go away for an hour, the movement is obvious. Government has always planned to use viral outbreaks to give itself more power. Covid-19 was picked to be the topic of this year’s case law. Like I said, it was an election year so why not now? After all, Event 201 in October of 2019 showed how a pandemic would play out in a global society, and they just might force a change in the presidential elections of 2020 in the United States. It was a temptation that the big government types couldn’t resist.

DeWine is not one who thinks about these types of things too deeply, which is why he has been played at this whole thing from the beginning first by the Obama activist Amy Acton, then by many others from multiple universities who are keen to enact this long stated plan, a centralized plan to crises control, even if it was government that created the crises. DeWine only knew that its his job to sign here, then there. Which is always why these same types of people want a synthesized loser like Joe Biden to perform the same function at the federal level. Sure, you can have your constitutions until you ask for something, like government Medicare, or even Social Security. You can be free as long as you are not sick or require any government resources. But the moment you do, these FEMA types can then own your life and they will take over the management of your existence. The precedent has been established now with Mike DeWine’s directive to quarantine Covid-19 contaminates into FEMA camps. That may not lead to mass quarantines in 2020 and 2021, but it will lay the groundwork for such a thing to happen in 2025 and on. History will point to this time in life, long after this current presidential election is done and they will say, “see, we mandated masks, we had FEMA shelters, and we suspended the economy, and Covid-19 was nowhere near as bad as Covid-25. Covid-25 is much deadlier, we must send all infected people to FEMA camps now!” And they will do so at gunpoint, or else.

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Governor DeWine’s FEMA Camps: Covid-19 is a complete government scam in every way meant to control all of us

OK, it seems like I do this every day now, but hey, this is the Book of Revelations, so all the “I told you so’s” are at least a little reassurance that listening to me then wasn’t a crazy thing to do, and maybe if you listen to me now, you might save yourself from all the doom and gloom that is intended for your life. It was nearly a decade ago where I told you Dear Reader about the FEMA camps that were going to emerge and it was difficult to imagine where and how they would be introduced. Well, Governor Mike DeWine whom I often call “Dummy DeWine” signed an executive directive in the middle of the night the other day with no legislature anywhere near to regulate his authoritative power and he made the FEMA camps a very real thing for the future. I have a hard time believing that Mike DeWine is part of some massive Jim Marrs conspiracy or some Alex Jones diatribe, but the governor is a process guy, meaning he doesn’t necessarily think in term of thought, but in compliance so if someone tells him something, he tends to fulfill the parameters of accomplishment. That made him a great Attorney General because the laws were established for him to follow, and he did a good job, but as a John McCain type of Republican, he has been a terrible governor in Ohio. He is following a script that has been well laid out in advance and has been playing his role including demanding dictatorial powers a year before Covid-19 even hit the stage. So all this has been quite eye opening in how true many of the conspiracies that have been talked about for years has actually been. But as a free people, we did something about it which was not part of the plan, we elected Donald Trump and have re-taken the Republican Party away from the old losers. And that sets the stage for the next thing about Covid-19 that I’m going to tell you, which should piss you off quite thoroughly.

Just an update on the DeWine impeachment given directly to me by a very prominent Republican close to the situation, they are struggling in the Ohio House to find 20 votes in favor, even though most everyone agrees that it would be a good idea. The reasons given are because the way the articles of impeachment were written that many feel it insults the intelligence of Mike DeWine and that this is an election year and the Republican Party needs to come together to get Trump re-elected. And plus, many need the Governor to get bills they write passed, and they can’t do that if their name is on impeachment legislation, so for the most part, impeaching Mike DeWine is more symbolic than practical. But I’ll tell you what, it gives new meaning to the day where Trump came to a Cleveland rally and DeWine as governor was supposed to meet him, but couldn’t because he tested positive for Covid-19. So he couldn’t go, but later that day he tested negative. Its looking more and more that either President Trump doesn’t want photos with the Ohio governor, or that DeWine doesn’t want to hang out with the president.

And that tends to be the story with Covid-19 tests just like the ones Mike DeWine took, there looks to be an extremely high occurrence of false positives, and if we could manage to take the test again, we’d find out that it was really negative. For most people, testing is still some kind of exotic luxury so to get a test that counters another test is rare, and even then, it leaves people confused as to whether or not they actually have Covid-19. It looks like the labs can get whatever results they want from the tests so that is the first indicator that we can’t trust the results of what the test claim to provide. Even so, nobody in government has yet to explain to us why testing for Covid-19 is even important. So you test positive for Covid, what happens next? Well, nothing. The virus isn’t really deadly to anybody. The CDC has had to retract the way they count Covid deaths and the real number is around 6K. Most people who have died of Covid, that number that is approaching rapidly the 200K mark are people who were carrying the virus but died of other things like heart disease, lung problems and diabetes. They were people already with health issues, yet government stupidly sought to penalize the healthy to save the morbidly unhealthy and to blame the whole thing on the virus. The result is that we can’t trust any government numbers, at all. None of it means anything.

However, as many know I was looking at the Sturgis Motorcycle Rally in South Dakota as something of a scientific test bed of reality and here are the results. The media has scattered far and wide to attempt to make the outdoor motorcycle event a “superspreader” so they could continue to scare everyone into the government compliance tactics that we have been talking about, the mandatory masks, the quarantines, the lack of attendance at restaurants, amusement parks and sporting events—essentially the control of people and the economy using Covid-19 as the excuse. Again we are supposed to believe that just getting Covid-19 is like getting Aids or some other death sentence when in reality Covid-19 isn’t even dangerous to most of our population in the least. So Governor Kristi Noam of South Dakota has been really the only governor not to fall for the Covid nonsense and she allowed Sturgis to go on pretty much as normal. 460,000 people attended this year. The real number is likely higher because that number was counted as vehicles more than the people riding on them, so let’s just say, it was a huge sampling of people not wearing masks or socially distancing. There were even large groups of people having sex in the streets and licking and spitting all over each other at wet t-shirt contests, which is pretty gross, but for our sampling here, its about as bad of an event for containing a virus that one could imagine.

Well the results from Sturgis which has been over for well passed the quarantine period of 14 days as the CDC previously surmised and the media working hard to find a single case of Covid has only managed to attach 300 cases out of that population of roughly a half a million. What that means is that the same population per capita came down with Covid-19 as states like Ohio and Kentucky where mask mandates are normal and social distancing guidelines are most stringent, even to the point where Governor DeWine is regulating how many people can attend a professional football game, if any at all to slow the spread of the virus at sporting events. The amount of people getting the virus with just a case, is under 1%, the same as what we have seen at Sturgis ignoring all the rules of conduct that the CDC implemented without knowing a thing about this coronavirus, and that mistake has now cost our economy trillions. Governor DeWine of Ohio alone is responsible for billions of dollars of lost economy and lives ruined by his actions. Following the social distance guidelines and mask mandates or ignoring them completely has provided exactly the same results among a mass population. This silly notion of controlling the spread of the virus is a complete fiction supported by made up positive case statistics and faulty death counts.

The goal of Covid-19 has always been about controlling the population and giving the government more control, and it has been planned for years even going back to the concept of the FEMA camps. It is a product of the fantasy of government to control everyone with implementing a communist state like what China has now, and yes the big tech companies like Google, Facebook and Twitter are all in on it. The internet itself was invented by government likely for this purpose. It wasn’t there to make email possible and to make it so everyone could have porn—which should tell you something about the intentions of the internet from the beginning. It was always about controlling you and I from the bureaucratic minds of the dumbest of our society—those who go to work for government to become part of the “Deep State.” We can’t trust anything they say, and enough of us became sick of the experience that we voted for Donald Trump to break the cycle and all this is happening now so that they might prevent his re-election. And that’s all Covid-19 is. It’s not dangerous by itself and it certainly shouldn’t have destroyed our economy the way it has. But our politicians have been bad, even maniacal and they used it to gain control over all of us and they have no intention to give that power back. In the end, if not with an election, we are going to have to body slam a few politicians to get that power back, because now that they’ve tasted it, they are certainly addicted to its luster.

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Yes, DeWine has to be Impeached: The Governor broke the law costing billions of dollars and ruined lives, now he has to pay

It doesn’t matter that Mike DeWine is a nice guy. A lot of people are nice. What does matter is that Mike DeWine broke the law and abused his authority as a governor. His reaction to Covid-19 was wrong, and while it is easier to say so now in hindsight, the fact remains that Governor DeWine and the rest of government starting with the CDC were dead wrong in how they dealt with a virus released from China for purely political and economic reasons. I mean, I knew better and I had access to the same information that DeWine had. I could see what was going on, why didn’t he? Sure it was a scary time, nobody knew how serious Covid-19 was. I suppose people like me could have been wrong. I’m not often wrong, but it could happen, maybe. I understand being cautious, but DeWine let a liberal activist get into his head and he violated the Constitution to make Ohio safe from the perspective of Amy Acton, and she led him astray and as a result he damaged the lives of many millions of people and cost irreparable damage to our economy. Who has insurance on damage created by politicians? We have insurance for things like tornados and earthquakes, but what is there to cover the costs of bad politicians who screw up terribly and as a result destroy all our lives. Impeachment is the only way to correct the massive damage Mike DeWine caused by sidestepping the legislature and forcing Ohio to live under oppressive, unconstitutional mandates for an undetermined period of time, and it has to stop.

The radio broadcast between Bill Cunningham and John Becker was fantastic. Cunningham, a former Democrat was having a hard time getting his mind around why Ohio Republicans have to take a stand against DeWine. The timing may not be convenient, but when will it ever be. Justice is always in need even if chaos is ruling our lives—it should be obvious to everyone that evil is using chaos to hide its action and to avoid justice. I am glad to hear that House representatives in Ohio such as John Becker, Nino Vitale and Paul Zeltwanger with others have taken a stand to bring justice to DeWine. What’s the point in having a Republican as governor if he acts like a Democrat? The correct thing to do would be to primary him out for the next election and get a real Republican to take over, and this impeachment process might take a while, so we might as well start now. That is where Cunningham’s past Democrat tendencies come to the surface, when justice is needed he’s willing to wait for things to calm down. But the strategy of Democrats is to keep chaos always brewing. Democrats as a result never purge their losers from their party, but Republicans do, and that is what is going on with this impeachment vote against Governor DeWine by fellow Republicans. If they didn’t work to impeach Mike DeWine, who abused his authority so extremely, they would lose all credibility as advocates of justice, so they really have no choice.

If I went out tomorrow and killed people I think are ruining the lives of other people, it might be the right thing to do, and that might only be my point of view—but it would be against the law, without due process, and certainly unconstitutional. Mike DeWine may have thought he was saving lives, even as he was killing them, he may have thought his role as a governor was to protect those most vulnerable, even though it certainly doesn’t say that anywhere in the Ohio Constitution, he may have thought that the best path was to ignore the other houses of congress and to act as a dictator going it alone by shutting down the entire state and destroying the economy hiding from a virus the media said was scary. Nobody knew if it was or not, but the media told us it was, and so did some activist doctors who were far more interested in global warming. There was no justification for Mike DeWine’s actions in Ohio that caused so much destruction. Even killers have good intentions from their point of view. Maybe they’ll say that they thought God wanted them to do it, but maybe it was really the devil. Either way, someone must pay when it goes bad.

Now that we’re several months into Covid-19 we can see that the government was terribly wrong in how to deal with the China coronavirus. Trump has made the adjustment now that it’s obvious that the main point of Covid-19 was to try to change the direction of the upcoming election. We know now that Covid-19 dies in sunlight within 2 minutes and that the best way to avoid getting the virus, even if it was truly deadly, is to go outside. All the social distancing, all the mask mandates, most everything that the CDC recommended turned out to make the virus worse, not to lessen its effects. I tend to think that they knew that from the outset because they were political—and DeWine got caught following them blindly, and that is purely his fault because he did push all help away, which made it much worse for everyone in Ohio. It doesn’t matter how popular a politician is, if they are wrong, they are wrong. Eventually history will catch up. But we can’t avoid justice just because polling says that a politician is supported by the masses. The masses currently don’t understand the details on Covid-19, but they will. And when they do, they’ll understand why DeWine has to be impeached, or at least the process needs to begin. Its not about good intentions, it’s the hell that they paved which we all have to deal with in the aftermath.

The cost of DeWine’s mistakes in Ohio are well into the billions of dollars, and the people who did die of Covid-19 if we can ever trust the measurements are much less than the people who have suffered from their lost jobs and the psychological effects of the shutdowns created by DeWine. It will take many years to recover what was lost, and we have to show voters that justice is there for them. That at least the legislative body will act on their behalf even if they must act against a member of their own party. As the months come, more and more people will learn what I’ve said here about Covid-19, and they will become very angry as the realization becomes clearer. We didn’t need to lose our jobs, we didn’t need to lose our favorite restaurants, we didn’t need to wear all the stupid masks—we didn’t need to do any of it. Covid-19 was all about social control to steer us all to adopt global warming measures and Mike DeWine played his part, knowingly or not. Without question Amy Acton knew, but DeWine seemed clueless. But he himself said that the buck stops with him. Well, she’s gone now, and has been for a while. And she worked for him. So by his own admission, he was completely responsible for the entire mess government created with Covid-19. And DeWine must pay one way or another. We of course can find another Republican to run Ohio, but we can’t take back the damage and embarrassment that DeWine has caused and that ultimately is for our legislature to correct no matter how inconvenient it may be.

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Mike DeWine Tests Positive and Negative for Covid-19: The scam I always told you coronavirus was as an attack on the Western way of life

I call Governor Mike DeWine a dummy because as our highest government official in Ohio he allowed his naive and gullible outlook on life to easily be controlled by Marxist doctors taking direct orders from the CDC who took orders directly from the World Health Organization, who in turn took orders directly from China to shut down the great American economy in retaliation against President Trump’s trade deal which the communists were furious about. Anybody who has studied Sun Tzu’s great book, ‘The Art of War’ understood quickly what the coronavirus out of China truly was, a weapon of war, not science, and DeWine should have known better before shutting down the state through emergency directives not even contemplated through the state legislature, shitting all over the American Constitution and the Constitution of Ohio. What DeWine did was give a path for all the Blue State Governors to essentially become the communist Chinese in their micromanaging of the American way of life so there is a lot of blame to lay at the feet of Governor Mike DeWine for being stupid and going along with it. And on Thursday of the second week of August 2020 he got a feel for what people like me have been saying all along when he tested positive for Covid-19 early in the day keeping him from meeting the President on a fundraising trip to Cleveland, Ohio then later that day, tested negative. So which one was correct, how accurate is the Covid-19 testing anyway, and what does any of it mean?

I am happy to hear a little urgency out there, my local Sheriff Jones is seeing it, so is radio personality Bill Cunningham on 700 WLW. Tucker Carlson on Fox News is getting it and so is Laura Ingraham, many people are coming to learn what I was saying about coronavirus in February and March of this year and they have had to learn it the hard way. I don’t take pleasure in all these “I told you so’s” only in that maybe in the future people will listen when I say things the first time. I’ve read and studied human behavior to an extent that many couldn’t do it in several lifetimes, they certainly wouldn’t get the picture in just a few years of college, so I am able to see things way before others do, and I can sniff out maliciousness in the actions of the most deceitful people rather easily, so a lot of people would save themselves a lot of trouble if they’d just shut up and listen. But it is better late than never, especially in regard to Covid-19. The government reaction to it has been a Marxist takeover of the American way of life instigated by China for the destruction of the West and that has always been the point. Covid-19 by itself really isn’t a problem. For instance, out of all the vast cases the media reports that there are in Ohio from beginning to end, you still could put all the people who have come up positive for Covid-19 in the Ohio State Football stadium. As a percentage of population, the positive Covid people are a small group, nowhere near enough to mandate government shutdowns of the economy and the ridiculous rules and regulations given to us by government pinheads who are not our best and brightest. They pick government jobs for a reason, because they can’t hack it in the private sector and are for all practical purposes, rejects of our society who couldn’t do anything else with their lives.

Dummy Mike DeWine followed all the rules, he had handlers who kept him from doing anything risky including Amy Acton, the Marxist queen of WHO radicalism herself until just a few days ago, so the Governor had to be quite surprised to learn he tested positive for Covid-19 while being screened for a presidential visit. But like a good government worker and compliant loser that he is, it was announced that he was going to go into the mandatory 14 day quarantine that is now expected of anybody who gets the virus and those who might have even been nearby through contact tracing. In this way doctors have introduced the idea of micromanaging all our lives and putting extreme limits on our economic opportunities by taking people out of the workforce just because they might have been near someone with Covid-19. But when DeWine learned later that he actually didn’t have Covid-19 with a second test that was negative, then a new problem became obvious. How many people who have tested positive under any circumstances were given incorrect diagnosis because the testing is unreliable, and the results are politically motivated? The Governor of Ohio now saw the problem first-hand, and so did everyone who has been trying to use the news for their own political advantage. The story of the day is that every positive case that has ever been announced likely isn’t real and that like the death counts on Covid-19, can’t be trusted in any statistical manner.

Look, I told everyone that our education system was filled with Marxist radicals who wanted to teach our children all these bad Chinese communist ideas to destroy our nation several decades ago, and people were uncomfortable with that assumption. But it has turned out to be all true, every last bit of it. It was never a conspiracy; it was a fact and a lot of people would have saved themselves a lot of headaches now if only they had listened to me way back then. And the same with Covid-19, I called it a Pearl Harbor type of attack against the American way of life when we first heard about it, and we quickly need to recover and get things back to normal for strategic reasons in a fight most didn’t even know we were having. But its here and perhaps even Dummy DeWine is getting the picture now. And when Sheriff Jones is doing a press conference to state perhaps government has overstepped itself, the rest of the mainstreamers aren’t far behind. Only now do people see what has always been the problem. But their belief in the system blinded them to the obvious malicious intent behind Covid-19. They wanted to believe that government had the best of intentions, what they didn’t know was that those intentions were a communist take-over of the American way of life and all this lockdown stuff with the mask mandates were not what they signed up for.

I would venture to say that the Covid case counts the media reports every day are meaningless. Even if they were true, what is the point of reporting them? There is no medical cure for Covid except for perhaps hydroxychloroquine so what is the point of testing if slowing the spread is not the objective? Hospitals are not over capacity so what advantage is knowing anything about Covid numbers? It’s a nothing measurement. And we know we can’t trust the death numbers, because they have been contaminated by all sorts of false assumptions in how the data was even collected. The purpose of the whole Covid enterprise was a terrorist attack—in using “terror” to inspire social change—and nothing else. It wasn’t to save lives, it wasn’t for the betterment of government management of a crises, it was to create a false crises on a nothing, small virus about as dangerous as poison ivy, and to rot the American way of life out from the core. China didn’t shut down their economy and neither did many of the countries of the East. They knew what Covid-19 was and since they already control most of our media literally from a financial point of view they have literally tried to destroy us through terror. So knowing all that—what are you going to do now dear reader?

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Remember, Larry Householder is Innocent until Proven Guilty: Don’t be a sucker for liberal activism and DeWine’s desire to avoid impeachment

I think its first wise to remember that House Speaker Larry Householder from the Ohio House of Representatives is innocent until proven guilty. I happen to know personally that the House has been looking to garner support to impeach Governor Mike DeWine and Householder was obviously the leader of the House which would be required to put forth the hearings and to start that looooooonnngg process. So the timing of this bribery case with FirstEnergy and the two nuclear powerplants that were the subject of a recent billion dollar plus recovery which Larry Householder led the charge is very suspicious to me. I do like Householder, he’s way too liberal for me, but I think he’s a pretty good guy. The $60 million in what the media is calling bribery sounds like a lot of money to the young 20 something reporters who are just a few years removed from living in their parents house, but in the scheme of things, its not very much money. It is a problem if Householder used some of that money, roughly $400,000 on private desires, but we’ll see. There is an awful lot fishy about this entire case and the timing of it, and how quickly Governor DeWine asked Householder to resign his job as speaker.

Many have forgotten but the case at the press conference was laid out by the prosecutor, a Trump appointee I might add, was already covered last year and it was a nothing burger. FirstEnergy was a company suffering under the heavy Obama administration mandates for a emission free society and their whole purpose was to put companies like FirstEnrgy out of business, this political aggression going back for most of the last decade. It was the purpose of the climate change radicals and the Obama administration to put coal and nuclear power out of business in favor of solar and wind power. So its no surprise that Republicans, especially Trump supporters in elected offices, would want to reverse that trend and help Ohio with traditional jobs not destroyed by environmental activists and Marxist leaning political radicals. That was how Householder and others became involved in the very contentious FirstEnergy bailout. Its really not much different than the multi-trillion-dollar bailout the government provided everyone over Covid-19. When government makes your business fail, they owe you something, and FirstEnergy found themselves in that predicament.

I noticed several troubling elements of the press conference by prosecutors and the Cincinnati branch of the FBI, the case they spelled out, which they say involved a year and a half of investigation was essentially based on newspaper articles written by climate change activists in July of 2019. So, the investigation into Householder and others started the same time the debate began on this issue and was largely shaped back then by political enemies of Householder. The whole dark money distribution that the FBI illustrated in this case was already presented by reporters in nearly the identical detail, so that leaves the question to be answered, what new did the FBI and prosecutors do over that whole time, and why now exploit it for an arrest of Householder, the most powerful Republican in Columbus, Ohio? Even stranger, at the end of their press conference prosecutors and the FBI asked for more information on this case, as if they were just using old newspaper reports already on the record and trying to resurrect the story now hoping to bring forth more witnesses from the public during a highly contested election year, where there are fights for power in both houses—that might possibly be more friendly to Governor DeWine? Hmmmmm. Its something to contemplate.

Radical climate change activists have witnessed in 2020 realizations they could have never dreamed of in 2019, watching all of society essentially shut down over Covid-19, watching Mike DeWine essentially turn into a Democrat, and to see fractures in the Republican Party crack along the dealing with the self-imposed crises. The time to strike at Householders grip on the Republican Party was now, and perhaps an even greater ally in DeWine could be made as he moved obviously much further to the political left. That’s just a thought I have based on experience. It wouldn’t surprise me if all that was true, and additionally, if the former Attorney General himself didn’t put the FBI on the breadcrumbs of the FirstEnergy relationship with Householder to shake off talks by the House to impeach him. I don’t think anybody would argue these days that any such contemplations are beyond the realm of reality. Additionally, due to the lazy investigation by the FBI and federal prosecutors it looks like they are on their own marketing campaign to restore faith in their services, but that they were so lazy, they didn’t even do their own investigation, but simply lifted their case off the ‘The Intercept’ reporting on the matter July 26th of 2019.

Politics is dirty business, its hard to keep people honest when access to so much money is flying around. Good people go bad all the time and bad people are attracted to the profession for all the reasons that the media and political enemies of Householder are piling on to crucify him. Hidden in their comments are traces of anti-American Marxism and a downright dirty hatred of Republicans who promote profit for any company. We are to believe that FirstEnergy is a vile “capitalist” company that needs to be brought down because they are not committed to the zero-emission green new deal standards of the communist climate change activists. So, any definition on the matter other than the one they have established becomes the media standard and Householder and his partners must defend themselves from that guilt first stance. It’s the same liberal argument that assumes that every white person is guilty and owes people of color reparations and should kneel before the National Anthem to show solidarity to some minority group.  Climate change is the same kind of radical argument, earth first instead of using the earth to advance mankind into an interplanetary species. This case is very much about taking out those who stand against climate change and other progressive platforms and advancing in the minds of voters the merits of new forms of energy, even if they do suck in delivery.

When the House debated House Bill 6, which is what it was called in 2019 what Republicans eventually agreed to was that to save the cost to the monthly bills that the bailout would cost customers, it was agreed to sunset many of the green new deal aspects of the regulatory mandate, which offset much of the incurred costs of the bailout. That’s what the climate activists are angry about, and that is essentially the case that the FBI has against Householder, and that is likely why Governor DeWine is quick to jump on the bandwagon. He’s turning toward more liberal vantage points anyway, and for him, it kills the talk of impeachment led by Householder because it forces the House to re-establish their leadership culture. And not to mention, Democrats are looking to flip Ohio to blue and to attack Trump energy policies. By sending a few dozen Republicans from the House into a FirstEnergy bribery scandle a few months before the election, they achieve a lot of what they’d love to do to harm Trump’s grip on Ohio. DeWine isn’t a big Trump fan, like John Kasich, he’s more of a Democrat. Who doesn’t think he’d assassinate Republicans calling for his impeachment by calling in favors to a liberalized, activist FBI and Department of Justice trying to support a governor they’ve known for a long time and to pull the party back to the left where it was before President Trump? I think DeWine is just that kind of guy, and an alliance with Democrats gets him what he wants. He loves Amy Acton, it looks like he would become a liberal if they’d have him, and this attack on Householder is just the way to do it. Hmmmm, I bet these thoughts are much more than fiction. Likely, they are the true story of what is really going on……and it wouldn’t be the first time.

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The Tyranny of Safety: What Mike DeWine really meant by his speech

Apparently, a lot of people are confused by Governor DeWine’s address to the nation from Ohio at 5:30 PM on July 15, 2020. But I wasn’t confused in the least. Essentially what DeWine was asking was for Ohioans to stop suing him and his administration for the constitutional violations he was guilty of, blatantly. And he wished to restore order within the Republican Party to quell the talk of impeachment against him that has been gaining strength over the last few weeks. Of course, the Governor knew that the Republicans didn’t have the guts to advance the topic in the House, but just the idea of some Representatives even thinking about it was enough to drive him mad with anger. What the Governor wanted to do with that speech is take the edge off his relationship with his rivals who have been getting increasingly angry with the mask mandates and daily shots at the economy that is trying to grow again while still appeasing the left leaning scaredy cats who are always afraid of their own shadows and see in the Governor suddenly a parental figure in government that they think they can substitute for their own lack of family. The Governor has found the Covid-19 experience a rewarding one, after all, he has reached across the aisle to the other side and they liked him, and accepted him. He couldn’t understand for the life of him why so many of his fellow Republicans were angry with him for doing so. So the speech was an attempt to have it both ways and unite Ohio behind the mask and back off the legal pressures which were mounting insurmountably.

The problem with Mike’s speech is that he’s just not very smart on these types of matters. He trusts too much experts who have other political motives, particularly in the direction of Marxism and communism. Most doctors I know, and their patients who are all too willing to follow their every instruction already have one foot in the camp of communism. They might think of themselves as freedom loving people who fly the flag high on the 4th of July and they go out and spend a $1000 in fireworks for their backyards, but they are also the ones who will follow “doctor’s orders” without question and use that as an excuse for restricting their living greatly. I have a sister who is a nurse and a sister in law who is a pharmacist and the tension in our family is so great over their occupations that we barely have a “hi, bye” relationship at family gatherings. They are nice enough people, but their role in life I see as tyrannical because they serve the medical industry to the extent that they do, I can barely have a basic conversation with them. To say I feel very strongly about this matter is an understatement. I listen to what doctors say, but I also expect that I am smarter than they are and question everything they say. Most of the time, I find that my instincts are 100% correct. I won’t throw the baby out with the bath water, they sometimes have beneficial things to contribute to society, but mostly, they represent tyranny through safety and that’s how they make their livings, by convincing you that if you listen to them, that you’ll avoid danger and death in life.

To refute what Mike DeWine said in his speech as a prosecutor’s statement of defense of his own mistakes when he proclaimed, “the jury is in,” the evidence that wearing masks and that social distancing work is not irrefutable. Quite the opposite. He was an idiot for letting Amy Acton and other medical professionals convince him that the jury was in. Because its not. We keep hearing about how well Asia is doing in dealing with Covid-19, their cases are down, such as in Vietnam. As a western society we are supposed to believe that they are doing something right that the rest of us aren’t. Well, the difference is, those are communist countries who tightly control their state press conferences, and in Vietnam, they simply aren’t doing the kind of testing we are, or testing in the same way. We are “inspecting to reject” whereas they are “inspecting to pass.” The testing methods and desires are not apples to apples. They want to show low cases in Asia to promote themselves as a solution to the made up global crises whereas our stupid medical people starving for attention, respect, and federal dollars by more dumb politicians want to show big numbers so they can advance a political agenda they think will help them in the long run. DeWine used examples in his speech of states suffering high case counts, such as Florida even as it has been shown extravagantly that the mode of counting is way off, deliberately so.

https://vietnamnet.vn/en/society/latest-coronavirus-news-in-vietnam-southeast-asia-july-15-657926.html

Sure there is panic among the medical community and they need dummies like Mike DeWine to continue to believe in their false models and overstated projections. They are doing what most doctors do, and school teachers, fire fighters, just about all public employees even at the BMV, they overstate the importance of their jobs because they want to get paid, and they expect that you don’t know enough about what they do to believe them. But when you do know enough about what they do to question what they are telling you, then you find continuously that they are mostly frauds who shouldn’t be trusted to give you a recipe to a batch of chocolate chip cookies. Mostly the people are not good, they have all the same problems as everyone else, and Mike DeWine is starting to see that he has worked himself into a lot of trouble trusting too much the experts, and he’s trying to mend those fences now before its too late.

But its been too late since March when all this Covid crap started, as Mike DeWine stated, with Ohio leading the way driving the nation into the mess economically that its in now. He made a bad call, he didn’t scrutinize the doctors to the level he should, he bought the scam hook line and sinker. Mike DeWine reminds me of that stupid person who falls for a phishing scheme on his computer from a Nigerian prince who wants you to give him $2000 then he’ll give you $10,000,000 to hide money in an American bank account, if only you’ll give him your account number to deposit the money. We can feel sorry for suckers, but we don’t give them more power. We punish them. Without question Dummy Mike DeWine meant well, most people can agree that he is a good person who walks in the path of Jesus Christ on earth. But Jesus was also crucified. We tend to not follow people who are so gullible and naive against the bad guys of the world. Such people usually end up alone and dead in the end, and out of power because they are not smart enough to keep it. And that is what Mike DeWine wanted out of that little speech, to try and convince us that Covid is a real problem, that he did a good job of saving lives, not costing them, and that if Ohio will just pull together, everything will be alright. But like most people who have gone mad, he’s as wrong as wrong can be.

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The Step By Step Process of Impeaching Mike DeWine: If action is not taken, we will lose the rule of law forever

Yes, its time to stop fooling around, the case to impeach Mike DeWine is well into maturity and if congress doesn’t act, it will lose forever any respect that the executive branch of Ohio government will ever have for it again. It’s been a long time since Ohio has had any impeachments of any office holders. In fact, there are only eight cases, and one conviction of those all who were judges. That doesn’t mean there shouldn’t have been more, but over the course of many years, the trend for more and more politicians to push constitutional limits has of course brought us to the present problem of what to do with Mike DeWine, who has certainly abused his power as governor forcing the state legislature in the form of the House of Representatives to take on the case and correct the behavior. Unfortunately, we all know more about the impeachment process this year than last as we watched the federal House of Representatives abuse their majority and use impeachment to attempt to derail President Trump. We learned and its true, the action of impeachment starts in the House of Representatives in any American body, and they can impeach for anything, including eating a ham sandwich. It is up to the Senate in both the at the state level or the federal to have a trail and prove or disprove the articles of impeachment that the House comes up with. After speaking with many people on the matter I understand there is quite an underground movement in the Ohio Statehouse that are occurring in the whispers in just about every corner, so let’s make it easy for everyone. If you want to know how to start the process against DeWine, here are the PDF instructions on how to do it. Just click the links and you can see the source documents to get things started. Its as easy as that.

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As to the why, well, I have made several cases why it’s necessary on these pages. There are a growing number of court cases that are adding to the relevance. I have included also on this document several radio broadcasts from Bill Cunningham on 700 WLW who has had on several prominent Republican leaders to talk about everything that has been wrong with the Governor’s reaction to Covid-19. I know many people are toiling over having to take action against Governor DeWine, because they have been friends with him, they know him and have for many years, many of them love his wife and think of her as a kind of extended mother. But when good people do bad things, they deserve what comes to them whether or not people like their character. If a good person accidently shoots someone, or runs them down in the street with a car, those good people are still subject to criminal enterprise. They may get a reduced sentence in jail because of their good character, but if we don’t honor justice blindly, then we lose it for everyone, which is largely what we see happening now in our streets during this election year. Not taking action against DeWine because people like him, which most of the critics say as a way to take away the edge of criticism, will not restore the respect of our system of government that has been lost by the Governor’s own decisive actions to listen to a faulty radical in Amy Acton and giving her dictatorial powers as a Health Director covered by the office of an elected governor who sold himself as one way, then decided to behave contrary to those expectations. That in itself isn’t the problem, the problem is that DeWine abused his powers for an extended period of time and has brought great harm to our economy and future outlooks for business investment under a false premise espoused by Amy Acton to follow a destructive political climate that has been harmful and very personal to every Ohio citizen, regardless of party affiliation.

I understand how Republicans and even Democrats feel about taking such action against a sitting governor. Nobody, well at least not many people, likes to throw rocks in a glass house. Most people are guilty of something, so they don’t feel morally compelled to pass judgment on a friend and colleague. And DeWine knows that, which is why he has acted with no respect for the legislative exchange that is supposed to protect us all from a dictator drunk on power as an executive. People fight hard together to fund raise, to win elections, and they form lasting friendships in those bonding experiences that make it hard to impeach someone when wrongdoing is noticed. That’s why its been so long since anybody has been impeached in Ohio. To say the least, modern politicians and other high rollers have less conviction than the type of people who wrote our state and federal constitutions, which of course is another reason why we see anarchists and anti-American forces raging on the news every night attacking everything even remotely considered American. Its not enough to say that we should impeach Mike DeWine just because he abused his power over Covid-19, but we must restore respect to the process of government, regardless of political affiliation. Failure to take action in this very obvious case will only further erode trust in government which obviously has been eroding away for nearly 200 years year by year.

Yet the case is obvious, when you listen to these radio broadcasts, and read the attached documents, one which covers three of the impeachment cases from 1805 to 1809, that of Judge William Irvin, then of Judge Calvin Pease and George Tod. Reading of those cases it is obvious that we have lost several steps in our Ohio legislature and it really doesn’t matter that we behave ourselves during an election year while we try to unite the party behind President Trump so that he can win Ohio. Right is right, and its hard to do. But if we don’t do it, we will lose our government forever, and there will be no future. DeWine is counting on the political machine and his friendships to give him cover-fire for deep, constitutional violations of abusing his power for a sustained period of time that has caused vast health problems and economic doom. Even if he had good intentions, he is still guilty of the ramifications which were made worse because he did not share counsel with the legislative branches to help him make the correct decisions. He simply hid Amy Acton from those angry at her, for ruining their lives over Covid-19 and continued to ignore the legislature looking to solve the problems in Ohio not with more government orders made in the dark of night without intelligent debate, but with actual laws. What DeWine has done at a minimum of analysis was not to violate some criminal statute, but rather, which is consistent with most attempts at impeachments in the past, he violated the public trust. We aren’t looking to throw Mike DeWine in jail. But he does need to be removed from office so that future office holders do not attempt to do as he did in 2020 with Covid-19. Its not a matter of “should” but is certainly a matter of “must.” The evidence is in abundance right here, the work has been made easy for you.

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Mike DeWine has Created in Ohio a Dangerious Situation: Why Stand your Ground legislation led by George Lang is the only way out

George Lang is one of the biggest advocates of gun rights in Ohio, without question. But he’s not stupid, he knows that the first thing Ohio needs for a good economy is jobs, so he has a really monumental focus as a legislator on his Business First, Small Business Caucus in Columbus, which is gaining momentum even as Covid-19 under the guidance of Governor Mike DeWine has destroyed much of the economic gains made recently. George understands that people need jobs and the best way to get those jobs is through small business, so its his plan to make business investment into Ohio conducive to investors—because that’s where everything starts. From a good, successful life, people then can acquire property and it is there that the needs for “stand your ground” laws need to be strengthened as a natural extension of the business first process. Recently, Stand Your Ground legislation was re-introduced in the Ohio House where George Lang was the chairman of the bill’s committee where several opponents came forward to speak against it within a 24-hour notification period. For the news, that was a big story because outside the Statehouse were protests guided by Black Lives Matter, and Antifa who truly want to destabilize the natural order of things. And still daily are the antics of Mike DeWine who has made Ohio a much more dangerous place by the day by bending the knee to lawlessness and the fearful antics of Covid-19.

There was a lot of controversy about George Lang stating during the primary that he didn’t want to do the heavy lifting on a gun bill supporting Stand Your Ground, because for him that is putting the cart before the horse. There needs to be a vibrant economy and that is the first need we have in Ohio for pro-growth in the future. His rival in the primary, Candice Keller sponsored a strong Stand Your Ground effort that saw a lot of support from the gun rights community, but it was introduced on the same day that Governor DeWine put out his own legislative suggestions to go the exact other way, to support the gun grabbers using the Dayton shooting last year as a platform to create more restrictive gun laws. So the Keller bill had no chance in that emotional climate. And that was the excuse given when George did act as chairman of this new Stand Your Ground effort, that the climate was wrong, people were still scared over Covid-19, which was the direct fault of Governor DeWine, and now there were riots in Columbus defacing the Statehouse nearly every night, which again was the fault of the Republican Governor Mike DeWine. The problem is that we thought of DeWine as a Republican, but he is anti-gun, he is pro-abortion because he picked Amy Acton as his Director of Health who was an Obama activist, and he has behaved like a typical Blue State legislator on a wide range of topics from taxation, to health care. The result of all these failures has made Ohio a much more destabilized place to live and empowered the rioters making gun legislation like Stand Your Ground much more needed to attract business investment back to Ohio. So that is the story of how George came to be the chairman of that committee. He’d like to think about other things, but really, there isn’t anybody else who will stand up for individual rights who have the political horsepower of Lang in Columbus. There are the usual legislators who punch first and talk second, but something like this needs the touch of George Lang to build up support, so he has stepped up to provide that leadership.

The trouble is there is never a good time to deal with Stand Your Ground. Somebody is always going to be angry at something. It is part of the strategy of chaos to keep us all on our heels so that we can never talk about the real things we need to discuss. The victimization groups always want to think of everything as below the line, so there will never be a good time to defend bills strengthening Stand Your Ground. The activists against gun rights are the same people who want to steal from our businesses and have chaos in the streets which we can all now say we are seeing in live time. We have seen what happens when we get a governor who is weak on law and order, and is willing to bend the knee to the mob, and now we see when there are efforts to defund the police, that there may not be anybody to answer a 911 call. So what are we supposed to do? The day is coming where it will only be the personal use of guns that will keep any semblance of order on our streets.

Stand Your Ground is important as a basic legal philosophy, which would put gun rights in proper alignment with the Ohio Constitution #4 of Article I: The Bill of Rights written in 1851. Its not an outdated notion, no more than any passage of the Bible is outdated in respect to the Ten Commandments. The wording in the Ohio Constitution is as such, Bearing Arms; Standing Armies; Military Power—“The people have the right to bear arms for their defense and security; but standing armies, in times of peace, are dangerous to liberty, and shall not be kept up; and the military shall be in strict subordination to the civil power.” Its pretty clear and no activist Supreme Court Judge can make case law otherwise, even though they have tried. As it stands now, case law says that there is a duty to retreat in an engagement. That is how Mike DeWine has approached Covid-19 and the radical protestors, and the Ohio Statehouse is the evidence of that failure. And our economy is evidence of DeWine’s subjugation to Marxist health “experts” by hiding in our homes until the virus goes away, which has destroyed our economy. In both cases, DeWine’s approach to trouble has led to failure, so that is why Stand Your Ground is being discussed once again, and it needs to be, and needs to be passed. Because in the world of George Lang, and every other state rep in Columbus who cares about business investment in Ohio, guns create a platform of law and order when government fails to create that stabilized consistency.

Mike DeWine’s idea of gun control is the same as his position on riots and Covid-19, to retreat, to bend the knee, and to beg for the bad guys to yield. And we see where that has taken us as a state. Under that climate a business investor would be crazy to look at Ohio and all its government interference, and placating of mobs as a place to bring their jobs and efforts. So that is the reason that Stand Your Ground is important. It brings the Ohio Constitution back to the condition it should be, which gives investors the reassurance they need to re-invest in Ohio after Mike DeWine destroyed the efforts of decades to build trust with the business community within a few short months of failure over Covid-19 and Black Lives Matter protests. To appease any mob of people with the promise to bend the knee to the aggressors, DeWine has made Ohio a much more dangerous place and people will have to defend themselves as a result. And that failure has really harmed the efforts of George Lang to create a business-friendly climate in Ohio, so its no wonder he chaired that Stand Your Ground effort. But it will take more than him to defend the Ohio Constitution especially as it relates to gun rights. And for that, we have a tough fight ahead, but one that will make or break us as a state, and that’s no light matter.

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Governor Mike DeWine is Paying his girlfriend, Amy Acton to stay Close: What $236K per year can buy in the whorehouse of Ohio government

There are more ways to use a whore than with sex, sometimes men purchase a woman as an escort for the girlfriend experience, which mostly means he wants someone to pretend to like him, talk to him, and pander to him like a new relationship would. When relationships become old and crusty, men often seek in a prostitute, or an high class escort girl companionship more than just the raw sex much of the time. And clearly when Amy Acton, the Ohio Health Director who resigned from her intense position under great scrutiny, it was clear that Governor DeWine had fallen for the companionship Acton provided him and he couldn’t stand to part with her, the way many men do when they fixate on a certain kind of escort or a stripper they see topless at a “gentleman’s club.” What happens in these cases, and it seldom involves sex, is that the girls are nice to the lonely man, and he thinks she loves him, and he becomes possessive and starts coming to see the girl all the time thinking that her niceness means more than just doing what he’s paying her for. I knew a friend once who was so in love with a local stripper that he paid over $23,000 to her just for her to tell him about her life, and to help her pay a few semesters of college. He never had sex with her as she milked him for everything he had at the time. So it wasn’t hard to see that was exactly the relationship that Governor DeWine had with the departing Amy Acton when it became known that her golden parachute that had been percolating in the media was in fact a giant gold nugget, a consultant job paying her $236,000 per year just to remain close to the Governor.

It was a good question at the 40 minute mark by Jack Windsor from WMFT TV in Mansfield during Governor DeWine’s press conference on Thursday June 18th 2020 when he asked why Amy Acton was given a new position created for her while cuts to all departments across the state were happening, particularly in education. In essence, Jack was asking how the government could afford to pay Acton so much money when she had in fact resigned. The optics were not good. But as I have said from the beginning, the Covid-19 thing was a scam, and in DeWine’s case he was infatuated with Amy Acton for all the reasons that a man falls in love with a woman he’s working with. It looks like DeWine went out of his way to get her in the first place and once he had her on stage every day at 2 PM she was filling out the “girlfriend experience” for him, being there to listen to him and to be that girlfriend he never had. DeWine after all had a wife whom he has known since she was a little girl, so now that he has a top executive job in government, one that he has been thinking about all his life, Amy Acton was able to be a member of his staff, and to be that girlfriend DeWine always had wanted. It wasn’t about stroking his junk in a smoky room next to a bottle of $200 wine under a table covered with a jacket in case the cops came in, it was about talking to him and letting him confide in some female figure other than his wife who had lived with him for more than 50 years and knew everything about him, perhaps too much to satisfy his ego as a new, and all powerful governor.

It’s important to talk about because I would contend that much of the reason Acton was given so much raw power to shut down most of the economic activity of Ohio, which paved the way for other states to follow, was because DeWine was showing off for Acton demonstrating how much power he really had. It became obvious when DeWine just a week into the shutdowns moved against a judge who had ruled that the Election for the primary could not have its date moved from March 17th to some later, undetermined time, but DeWine did it anyway. Since then most every case that has been put before a judge has been found to show that DeWine and Acton acted illegally during the shutdowns taking away rights from private people and businesses he had no right to trample on. But for DeWine, it was never about saving America from a hidden virus, it was about getting access to a strange new, flirty female. And DeWine was using public money to stuff her purse so she would talk to him and make him feel young again. Walk into any strip joint and that old, fat bastard stuffing $100 dollar bills in the panties of some 19 year old stripper in the corner and you’ll see why Mike DeWine couldn’t stand to let Amy Acton leave, but instead overpaid her to answer his phone calls and talk to him any time he wanted.

I’ve explained also before why men and women in very powerful positions are prone to hire some bondage dominator to tie them up and demean them. As someone who has worked with bullwhips for 40 years of my life, I often would get requests to be that guy, which I always declined. People hear about bullwhips and they naturally think of sexually charged bondage. I have known women, very strong women who have very pronounced professional careers who would beg to hire someone to beat them with a bullwhip in the way only an expert can, and to call them names like “dumb bitch,” “whore,” and “scank” and they’d pay anything to get that treatment. The reason is that they wanted relief from the pressures of being in charge. That is why perfectly logical businessmen who look and act tough during a deal will walk away from professional contacts during a high priced dinner where they were the alphas during the conversation and get back to their hotel rooms while on the road and hire a dominatrix to come to them and beat them with a whip and call them all kinds of nasty names, even dressing them in a diaper as if they were a child that needed to have it changed by a mother figure. I personally think all those needs are dysfunctional and are symptoms of psychosis, but they are surprisingly common in most powerful people with high pressure jobs.

Mike DeWine would never admit that his relationship with Amy Acton is mostly a girlfriend experience for him, and that he has abused all Ohioans and the budget of his office to satisfy that fantasy. I’m sure his wife understands, as long as his little ass isn’t crawling all over her at night, she’s happy he’s getting that emotional support from someone. And his kids will likely refuse to see it, because daddy is rich, and they want to stay in good esteem for all the obvious reasons. And his church doesn’t want to see it either because they don’t have any emotional mechanisms to deal with those kinds of psychological needs, which is why so many priests are in abusive relationships. A 2000-year-old collection of stories can’t tell a person how to act when they want a woman to dress them in a diaper, put a tit in their mouth and call them dirty little bastards. So they end up doing all sorts of illicit things to satisfy the hunger that rages within them. In Mike DeWine’s case, he paid his girlfriend a lot of money to at least stay close, so he could get what he wanted from Amy Acton, even though she resigned—officially. For DeWine, Covid-19 was a way to get close to a forbidden fruit and now that its over and the checks are due, DeWine can’t stand to see her go, so he stuffed $236K into her metaphorical panties in the corner of a dank and stinky room just to keep her close. How about that for government abuse!

Cliffhanger the Overmanwarrior

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