What did Mike DeWine Know and When did he Know it: The Plandemic to cover the effects of XMRV

The question of our times is why did Mike DeWine, the governor of Ohio in March of 2019 ask for dictatorial power under terms of emergency in the 1,810 page document known as House Bill 166? The Ohio House denied that request yet when coronavirus hit one year later, the DeWine administration proceeded as if he did have those dictatorial powers falling short of directly controlling local law enforcement and state and local government without legislative oversight. Its certainly not a conspiracy to see how Governor DeWine was able so quickly to lead the nation into the lockdowns as there was clearly a plan for all the global health directors to follow. So why was DeWine following that plan and asking those types of questions a year before it was needed? And as a supposedly good Republican, why did he even play ball with these global plandemic types? I might not think so far on this issue if Google and Facebook didn’t have such a visceral reaction to the books of Judy Mikovits and were so actively banning any reference on the internet to the short little documentary about her called ‘Plandemic,’ but clearly there is something really wrong going on behind the Covid-19 virus. I think I’ve said my peace from the start and called it a hoax for what it is, but the problem is in the definitions. We are judging this conspiracy on terms we typically understand yet the answers to these questions are more all encompassing than that, it really comes down to a viral outbreak that isn’t cellular in design, but sociological and the essence of it is a mass cover-up by the medical community of their role in producing half cocked vaccines that are giving people cancers, inspiring autism in children and spreading cases of Chronic Fatigue Syndrome. The plan appears to come from the top of the medical community, from Dr. Fauci himself to use Covid-19 as a public relations move to hide truly devastating medical realities with a global shutdown for governments to gain control of inquiring minds who have been poised to rain hell on the advocates in a very punishing way.

To understand this conspiracy, we must look at liberalism itself for what it is, a virus that is attacking the healthy tissue of a civil society. As Mikovits points out in her books, viruses thrive off a host, and if they are very inefficient attackers, they kill their hosts too quickly. The truly great viruses are those who move into a host body and trick the healthy attacker cells to turn on themselves keeping an immune system from functioning properly. We could say that liberalism does this on a sociological level with the psychology of our society just as HIV would convince a healthy body to stand down when an attacker was present to kill a host body with inaction as other diseases moved in for their parasitic voyage. Yet, we’re talking about two things here, a micro reaction to viruses within a body, and a macro reaction to society as a whole to viruses both physical and emotional, but that do the same things at different levels of what we call life. People forget that viruses are living things and they have their programming to behave as they do just as all living things do, out of self-preservation. However, the virus is functioning at cross-purposes from the healthy body tissue of its host, so in that regard it is villainous to the intent of any healthy collection of cells that make up a body. The same could be said at the level of society where we are all cells of healthy bodies within that civilization. If some of us can be convinced to act in a parasitic way against healthy social norms, then the same antics of evil are clearly defined to behave in the same fashion.

The big controversy from Mikovits was that her research indicated that vaccines funneled through mice were picking up retroviruses that were only able to live in those hosts and when the vaccine was introduced to people the mouse virus was then transferred into the blood of the host and this unleashed the very dangerous XMRV cellular deterioration that we see leads to various forms of cancers artificially. And in a free society people are starting to learn that this is why their loved ones are dying, is because the well-intended vaccines were solving one problem in a host body, but were causing many others by injecting retroviruses into people which may reside dormant in a healthy body until they get older and their immune system starts to lose its luster allowing XMRV to explode and take over the host with cancerous rancidity. I would offer that this was the origin of the Covid-19 plandemic. Sure, the WHO, and China could help push the governments of the world toward communism. Bill Gates could feel good about himself by bringing cures to kids through vaccines all over the world, and the medical community could stave off billions and billions of dollars in law suits trying to keep the lid on the whole XMRV mistakes that had been percolating for most of the last century within the field of medicine, in producing vaccines without knowing much about the real scientific impact they had on healthy tissue.

We all think DeWine should have known better as a seasoned attorney, but he got caught listening to his liberal health director and from the outset of his administration he let liberalism make it sick from the start. Otherwise he wouldn’t even be asking for dictatorial powers so early when there was no clear reason for it. Only that his health director Amy Acton wanted it for her role in this “plandemic.” As a global insider she knew the debate of the whole XMRV problem and the potential tragedy that a loss in public confidence in medicine might result from it, and they were all taking actions to use the next coronavirus as a way to get control of the message and reset public relations with an emphasis that strengthened that relationship, to stop the deteriorating conditions they were observing. However, the problem with the medical community was that they had their own kind of XMRV viral outbreaking going on culturally, and that is liberalism within their ranks. That much is clear with Dr. Fauci’s “don’t wear a mask, don’t social distance, but do wear a mask and save others.” Flatten the curve by flattening the economy to extended quarantine could be disastrous for the economy. What we see out of Fauci, Amy Acton, even Google and Facebook, Gates all of them is that their Plandemic has failed and now the bill has come due and nobody wants to pay it. And Mike DeWine played his part whether by purpose or by default is right in the middle of it.

The Lake County ruling against DeWine’s emergency powers in Ohio is just the beginning, most everything that was done by Amy Acton was against the law. No matter how well intended the DeWine administration was, they broke the law, destroyed billions of dollars of economic value, and ruined the lives of many people and they did it the same way doctors unleashed XMRV into healthy people to kill them with cancer trying to save them from some other disease. The same logic applies here and as Trump puts it, the cure was far worse than the disease. We would have all been better off letting Covid-19 do its thing and trust our mostly healthy tissue to fight it off and develop herd immunity. That is what we have always done and should always do in the future. What was different this time is that there was a plan to shut down the world and try to re-energize trust in the medical community to hide the crimes of unleashing so many cancers through vaccines not properly vetted. They were trying to save themselves from an infinite number of cases from malpractice lawsuits only to essentially destroy everything they wanted to protect, just as vaccines had done to unleash XMRV. And to keep that information from the public, Google, Facebook and much of the Silicon Valley technocrats diseased with liberalism themselves sought to censor the information to further hide the results. But unfortunately for them, Judy Mikovits is now one of the top selling authors in the world and the truth is getting out. And that truth is revealing that governors like DeWine who assisted in the process of protecting the medical community from its own stupidity allowed his own liberalism to destroy his administration before it ever got started. And to make it healthy again, we must remove the cancer, in this case, Mike DeWine himself.

Cliffhanger the Overmanwarrior

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The DeWine Administration Needs to be Severely Punished: They broke the law and for that they must pay

It doesn’t change anything for me, but the broadcast by Bill Cunningham on 700 WLW accessed below plays the case out well beyond good. A judge in a county in Ohio ruled the state directed mandates by Amy Acton and Governor DeWine unconstitutional in regard to a workout facility and the margin for discussion wasn’t even close. As I have said from the beginning, if we cannot trust our rule of law, our constitutional parameters, then really we have nothing in a society and violence and mayhem are the modes of conduct that will rule the world. Amy Acton, the pro-abortion supporter working in the DeWine administration and a devoted liberal took advantage of the law and tried to apply quarantine measures to them under the definitions of mass isolation over health, instead of the individualized sick. It was always a gross misconduct that would have a day in court, and as it looks, this case in Ohio that they are talking about in this broadcast is just the tip of the iceberg.

I have told you dear reader all the aspects of this case of the Covid-19 virus as it stands in the year 2020. The virus was a real little sickness that had a sad impact on a few unhealthy people, but generally, it was a small thing that people easily got, and got over. The strategy should have been what it always has been from the beginning of time, herd immunity. The medical community had some right to monitor and learn what they could, but they did not have a right to stick their noses into our business for social change policies that were meant to facilitate a mass push to the political left, into outright Marxism and communism coming out of China. What we witnessed was the media was ready to cheerlead on the effort, which is exactly what they did to Amy Acton in Ohio and the governor that hired her Mike DeWine. The media made those two into rock stars for advocating for the policies that the left always wanted to implement upon the entire world. It felt good to DeWine to suddenly receive so much praise in the press and that is how “they” often do control everyone. Lucky for us in America, we have state and federal constitutions that are rooted in great individualized philosophy, and we have a recourse to swipe at those who attempt to undermine it.

I think the Governor’s office in Ohio should drown in legal turmoil, and specifically Amy Acton herself. As a progressive, she clearly intended to supersede our constitutional parameters through panic and malice excessively overstepping her authority under the mask of chaos and fear. As I have said also on many occasions I have an Ohio constitution right next to my reading chair that I read through a few times a week for fun, and everything that was done during the Covid-19 outbreak goes against it in tone and value. I was against this nonsense from the first day that Governor DeWine shut down bars and restaurants in Ohio back in March followed by cancelling the primary election. I felt at that time that we should march on Columbus and rip is little ass out of his seat and end his governorship right then and there. But, most people gave him the benefit of the doubt and listened to his administration. And the more they complied, the more DeWine pushed his emergency powers until he had within a few weeks of that moment destroyed the Ohio economy and inspired governors all over the United States to follow him essentially destroying the entire country’s GDP. Not exactly the response President Trump was looking for. He needed his Republican governors to hold it together, not to join the other side. But that’s what DeWine did, and why he deserves everything that’s coming now.

There should be no mercy for Amy Acton. Sure, she’s been propped up by the media for doing their bidding, but she broke the law as did all who participated in mandating these lockdowns, the voodoo social distancing declarations and the mandating of wearing masks in public. What they did was some of the dumbest stuff in the history of the world sold to us under emergency powers and they all need to pay badly for what they did so that others won’t be inspired to do it in the future. If we don’t stand by the law, then we are endorsing violence in the future because we cannot accept this reality. America never should have followed the world with their response to Covid-19. They don’t have American constitutions in other countries to protect their liberties like we do in the United States. The enemies of America who call themselves progressives, like Amy Acton, want to end those rights for what they think of as the collective good. Their goal from the beginning of this using the virus as a platform was to state that there are bigger things in life than our American constitutions, state and federal. I also have next to my reading chair the Federalist Papers and the Anti-Federalist Papers. I also have the South Carolina guidebook on dueling to solve disputes that I read for fun. I feel quite certain that the foundations of America was never intended to put up with this progressive crap from other nations and that those within our country who exhibit the behavior should be punished severely. That is the spirit of all the philosophy that has come out of the laws of our land and we are required to pass judgment, not hiding in our homes waiting for government to tell us its safe to go to the store, or to go to work.

The hope was that after a few months of accepting so much government authority that America and the world would be a changed place accepting new rules from a more centralized authority. We were never intended to come out of this on the other side more resolute than before and adhering to our constitutions. DeWine has a son that is a Supreme Court Justice, that will be a difficult family dinner when they’ll have to talk about these many court challenges that are going to overwhelm the courts for many years to come. Maybe Mike DeWine thought he could manipulate the law with a son on the Supreme Court in his favor, because as a former prosecutor the Governor should have known better before ever giving Amy Acton so much power. Yet he did and now there will be a lot of Hell to pay. The first case has gone against them and that will be just the start. Legally, the Governor’s office broke the law in ways that cost billions of dollars and trillions in opportunity cost around the world by those watching Ohio and taking their lead. I have hope that perhaps we can settle all these disputes without violence if the courts are going to adhere to the Ohio constitution which is much more freedom loving than even the federal version we always hear about. That is the law we all agreed to, that is what politicians swear to protect when they take their oath of office, and that is the thin line between right and wrong. And based on what they did under Amy Acton’s actions, the DeWine administration broke the law for purposes of progressivism, and for that, they must be severely punished.

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The Volcano of Sacrifice that Covid-19 Has Been: Stupidity in government on an epic scale

Largely, my view of the Covid 19 virus “pandemic” is that it’s a step back in time to where humans behaved much the way they are represented in the new Spectrum commercials, such as the one seen below where people have to jump into a volcano to make it rain. Our response to the coronavirus has been hokey, extremely superstitious, and just plain dumb at every level of government. Forgetting for the moment the various conspiracies surrounding the whole mess, the nature of our reaction is what has been so disappointing. The voodoo science of social distancing when there has been no time on earth when humans ever successfully did such a thing and to commit trillions and trillions of dollars to it is just embarrassingly dumb. And then to go through this whole mask thing, where its all about other’s lives that we must wear them is about the dumbest stuff I’ve ever heard come out of people’s mouths—all of it based on voodoo sentiment and even more hokey science and to make it all worse, we are building policy on these things—such as reopening the “economy.” And the height for me was the stupidity that so many had when we found out on Thursday that the “government” was going to let us go to restaurants again, but this time with restrictions—and people were happy about it. Big daddy government was going to let us have some of our life back and people were happy to have the opportunity to just get their hair done, and possibly go to a restaurant after months of being locked in their homes essentially hiding from the coronavirus. It’s all been ridiculously stupid, as dumb as the most audacious human sacrifice to some gods just to make it rain. It was the worst of what the political left represents and it was forced upon all of us, and most people sucked it up and just put up with it like that guy in the commercial who just jumps into the volcano once he realizes that people have no stomach for a thoughtful solution to the problem at hand.

One of the dumbest things I heard during the whole Covid lockdown mess was from Dr. Fauci himself. When he said that we humans were not in charge, that the virus was and that we had to build our entire society around its desire I knew I was listening to a complete lunatic of leftist ideology. We are human beings; we don’t yield to a virus. I can think of many ways we could have attacked this virus, Far UVC light comes first to my mind, but the doctors at the White House were just so passive in their approach. Its clear they wanted to rely on voodoo science to deal with the virus instead of using hard science, such as physics to actually solve the problem. A big pharma solution was all they were willing to consider and because of that we shut down the economy and let the world take the lead destroying many of our lives in the process for no good reason at all, other than the fact that our “leaders” told us to.

Well, I don’t have a “leader” in my life. I look to absolutely no one to tell me what to think, how to act, or how to say it. I am a leader to a whole lot of people and understand fully the responsibility, but I don’t look to anyone or anything to be my leader. So I can say with a little pride that I am not imprisoned to the thoughts of any stupid people who think that the way to deal with the coronavirus was to jump into a volcano, social distance, or wear a mask while hiding like some coward in my home. And it was that view of the world that was greatly insulted the other day when I was getting gas at UDF on Seward road at 7 AM. The place was closed, and not opening until they were damn ready. Their new opening times were meant to reflect the changing demand of this new Covid economy with much reduced hours of operation. I was there with my cowboy hat, my sunglasses and a bandana around my face so not to scare everyone terrified of the Covid-19 virus looking like I was about to rob a train in the old west. A few months ago dressing that way in public to get gas would have gotten me into a lot of trouble, but these days, people are thanking me for looking that way. It all has the feeling of living in the days of Mad Max. People are about a few months from just ripping off their clothes and wearing G-strings, men and women alike as we have moved from a society that never sleeps where gas stations are open all night, to one with very limited options and specific hours as government has stuck its fat ass into all our lives to ruin them with superstition and nonsense.

I was insulted that my government had put so many policies in place based on complete voodoo science by uninterested doctors insistent to allow a virus to run our lives instead of us running it. The government approach by President Trump has been wrong, and even stupid. I see a good guy trying to win a second term from some really bad, malicious people who got suckered into listening to the type of doctors who were trying to convince that guy in the Spectrum commercial to just jump into the volcano so it would rain and the impact on our society was obviously terrible. Once Governor DeWine decided to loosen up on the guidelines and “allow” restaurants to open once again, “in steps that government could feel safe with,” not what the market needs, people were almost crying with joy. But I saw a really ugly reality, we had allowed government to grow too big, have too much power and to govern our lives in dangerous ways going back in time instead of being the type of society that is ready to reach into space and become a permanent species in the scheme of the Milky Way galaxy. Instead, we were clutching to earth afraid of a stupid little virus that has proven not to be nearly as deadly as the Doctor Doom advocates of the CDC suggested, and it has been quite a letdown. Government never had a right to take anything from us in the first place. It was their own stupidity that caused all the problems, and here we were letting them tell us when we could go to a restaurant or go to a hair salon. Its embarrassingly pathetic for the human race.

I understand many people can’t afford to have the opinion about these matters that I do, just like the guy sacrificing himself to the volcano in that Spectrum commercial they care more about the peer pressure of those in line waiting for it to rain than they do in figuring out some truly scientific means of solving their water problem. As a person who has studied the demise of ancient cultures for four decades, I can say that they all have a common element to their failure. It’s not droughts and floods that killed them off, it was social structure and belief systems. It is the Vico Cycle that was articulated so well by James Joyce in Finnegan’s Wake and we are seeing it in America with the coronavirus. Instead of reaching for the stars we are trying to climb back into the dirt where the lazy can die without expectations and things happen to them instead of them making things happen. And in times like those, that’s when the government gets all its power to rule us all, and tell us when we can eat, where we can sleep, and where we can go. Then when government decides, they can give back to us a fraction of what we had before and we will cry crocodile tears of joy at some relic from the past, even if that past is only 6 weeks old. Things can change that fast and nobody should ever forget that.

Rich Hoffman

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Mike DeWine’s Administration Supports Pro Abortion Activism: On a call with WLW, the Governor lets out the truth

I had suspected it for a long time, even going so far to articulate the details, but it was this week where Mike DeWine himself spilled the beans without meaning to about his relationship with his Ohio Health Director and why he made a monster out of her to ruin Ohio’s economy. I doubt he’ll ever admit it, but I think he likes Amy Acton’s “ta tas” and she is the girlfriend he’s never had. After all, he’s been married to Frannie his entire life, they’ve known each other since their school days, and here is this younger woman who kisses up to him, flirts with him in all the ways a man likes to be talked to, and he’s into her. He thinks she’s brilliant because she flirts with him. And because of that he ignored her pro Barack Obama radicalism and very pro-abortion stance. Most of that went unsaid until April 30th where Bill Cunningham was talking about the article that came out in December of 2019 discussing Amy Acton’s history as a pro abortion supporter even going so far to use her position under the DeWine administration to help abortion clinics out with scandalous behavior. Fran, Mike’s wife was listening to the radio broadcast as she was driving around that day and reported to the Governor that his friend, Bill Cunningham was talking about Amy and that set him off to call into the station to set the record straight, only what he ended up doing was opening up a whole new list of questions. You can hear the very interesting discussion at the 12:45 minute mark of the April 30th podcast (Cunningham and DeWine back and forth) shown below.

Now, at the heart of the issue is why Mike DeWine is allowing Amy Acton to have so much power over the Ohio economy under the umbrella of safety. The kind of flirting that is going on between Acton and DeWine is something the Governor would deny until his dying breath, yet his actions tell another story and his wife Fran is in on the act. So much so that the DeWine family monitors WLW radio in Cincinnati to see what people are saying, and to control the message. After all, there are some noisy members of congress in Southern Ohio, Bill Seitz and George Lang who have the ear of Larry Householder, the Speaker of the House and the Governor knows he needs to keep them at bay in order to keep this fun little thing with Amy Acton alive. You have to remember, Mike DeWine is a little fella, he’s been in politics all his life, he’s made a lot of money, he’s very religious and has been a pretty uneventful figurehead doing as he was told to get where he is, and for him, its nice to be in the top job picking up the phone and calling the president, and to have a flirty cabinet member reporting to him licking his boots the way he has in the past. Only because she’s a girl, it feels better and makes him feel good. Those are all human emotions and it’s his business to keep them in check, except when he makes us all compliant to the enterprise by dragging us into it with the Covid-19 nonsense.

So Frannie calls the Governor, Mike DeWine then calls Bill Cunningham to defend his Health Director’s reputation from the scrutiny that 700 WLW was placing on her. DeWine insisted that Amy Acton was beholden to him and that the “buck stopped with him” as to the responsibility for what happened under the state lockdowns over the coronavirus. Only DeWine never answered the question that was asked of him by Cunningham, “did you know about her abortion background when you appointed her to the DeWine administration?” DeWine’s two major concerns he wanted to address by calling in was to throw the public outcry over Amy Acton’s tyrannically leftist activism in shutting down the state and to place that burden on himself just as a boyfriend would defend his girlfriend in a traditional way, then it was to defend his administration from any accusation that it had an abortion activist on its staff.  Of course, after the Governor called into the show, Cunningham does what he always does, and that is change direction and double speak. He after all doesn’t want to lose his friendship with the Governor over the matter. Cunningham went on to defend having Democrats on Republican administration positions so that other sides could be heard and that all parties should work together for Ohio’s future, and all that kind of nonsense. Yet the smoke that was still in the air that nobody addressed, which was critical to the entire exchange was the state of Amy Acton’s abortion activism and how she managed to end up in a very pro-life administration.

The controversy over Acton working under the DeWine administration is that she granted a license to a shut down abortion clinic in Dayton that used to be called the Women’s Med Center of Dayton. That center had gone through 4 years of litigation which culminated twice in the Ohio Supreme Court refusing to hear an appeal to deny the facility an abortion license for failing to meet the licensing requirements. What Amy Acton did was to step in and help the facility operator, Martin Haskell change the name of the facility to Women’s Med Dayton with a little paperwork shuffle and grant a new license under the changed name. So when Mike DeWine says that members of his administration serve his prolife agenda, he obviously must understand that this is what his Health Department Director is up to—under his watch. The question is why? I offered my opinion based on experience with these kinds of things, and normally it would be his issue to deal with. Relationships and friendships are between him, Amy, and his wife in whatever context they convince themselves has merit. But when a pro abortion activist, a registered Democrat and former Obama activist is in charge of the Ohio economy and all our lives essentially even down to how we dress are part of the story, well that’s a problem and DeWine knows it. By calling in to the station that day he was trying to get in front of the story before it took a life of its own. Yet the question remains, how much did he know about Amy Acton before he appointed her. I think he knew everything, including her abortion background. I think he picked her not for her brain, but because she might become the girlfriend he never had. And that’s a problem.

So long as Amy Acton is on the DeWine administration roster in any capacity, the Governor cannot be said to have a pro life approach to anything. If Acton is helping abortion clinics the way she did with Women’s Med Dayton, she is trying to undo prolife measures and is not serving the needs of DeWine’s administration. It takes more than going on prolife walks and talking about it to be considered prolife. You must live it, and so long as he has Amy Acton on his staff, he is empowering the pro-abortion movement with legitimacy and activism. And he’s putting up with it for all the reasons men put up with trophy wives, expensive girlfriends, or any type of scandalous relationship. Its not always about sex, most of the time its about power and it becomes our business when they inject their relationships into our lives directly, which they have done. Why else would DeWine call in to Cunningham to defend Acton when its obvious she’s destroying the state and he’s been letting her do it. Does he really think its all for our own good, or is it about what makes him feel good? The answer is obvious, but what isn’t is why DeWine is willing to put up with Acton’s pro-abortion activism, even under his watch, and look the other way if he is really so prolife? Well, if you listen to his voice, you will hear a man caught in a scandal and trying to put the lid back on it while he still can. And that is not the kind of person we should be listening to when billions of dollars are at stake and all our lives are in jeopardy.

And Mike, this First Amendment means of communication is a way to fight what you have done to our state.  You have personally cost my family hundreds of thousands of dollars and many people I know millions, and millions, and millions of dollars that you can’t pay back.  I’ll happily fight you in the front door, the back door, the side door, the door from another dimension.  I’ll fight you legally.  I’ll fight you in a cage match.  I’ll fight you and your administration anywhere you want because you are not acting as the Republican I elected, and you put us all in jeopardy with appointing an Obama activist into an important position.  What you do as a person isn’t my business, but when you inject yourself into my life, then you carry the responsibility for that imposition.

Rich Hoffman

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We Should Have Fought Harder to Defend our Way of Life over Covid-19: Social distancing and staying home were wrong

Let’s get some things straight, scientifically speaking the whole “social distancing” thing was created by global minds to impose on the citizens of the world the concept that they all can be controlled by the state and monitored by tech companies into compliance. As far as saving lives with social distancing it was always a Dumbo’s feather at best.

The real worry by scientists who advocated the strategy was to not overburden the health care system because their inaccurate modeling showed a risk. In reality, which we’ll never know because they artificially tampered with the way humans fight viruses, that our health care system, at least in America, would have handled all the hospital needs the coronavirus demanded, and then some.

The slowing the spread strategy served nothing more than benefiting politicians who wanted this news story to go on for much too long, and a media culture that wants global socialism by taking away the free movement of people to make a point about manmade climate change. There was no science saying that social distancing would work, or that interfering with natural herd immunity would manage the virus. Instead it was the radicalized United Nations branch of micromanagement called the World Health Organization that imposed itself on the world to shut down the world economy for purely political strategic reasons and they sold the effort to us with social distancing so that they could involve every person on planet earth in the effort to “stay home to save lives.” It was for all practical purposes an attack of politics and never about saving lives, and for participating, we have all been suckered into their schemes.

America should have never played along with what they were doing in France, Italy, England, or Asia. As Americans we have a free way of life defined by very individualistic constitutional parameters. The economy or our participation in it should never be disrupted, even to save lives. Anybody who says otherwise is an enemy of America and here’s why—during every war that was ever fought where we sent troops to their deaths to charge a hill, or defend a military position we say that those deaths were worth the cost because they died protecting our way of life. That means the freedom of the Constitution to function, so we have well defined in the past that preserving our way of life was something worth dying for. That means the right to go to a baseball game, the ability to buy milk at 2 AM in the morning, or to drive to California on a whim in the middle of a work week just to go see the ocean. The concept of giving all that up to lock ourselves in our homes to “save lives” was an entirely invented concept by the enemies of bordered countries for the objectives of the progressive “communist” global movement that we see emerging in America under the Democrat party but played out on the world stage this time by the World Health Organization. We were tricked into playing their global game but in reality, we should have called their bluff from the beginning and stood by our premise that a few lives lost here and there was more than worth it to preserve our way of life. Of course nobody wants to see anybody die, but what good is life if we are all stuck in our homes with destroyed economies waiting for a bunch of nanny state micromanaging politicians who don’t have a clue about much in life to tell us it’s safe to leave and return to a job and our way of life?

I was very concerned about President Trump’s trend toward nationalism and authoritarian output but he signaled people like me right out of the gate by also standing firmly behind the Second Amendment at the outset. Essentially if things got too crazy, he showed he was willing to put the ultimate power into the hands of the people and that was important. Honestly, the lesson we have all learned here was that the American presidency during Trump’s first term was never truly ours, it had been corrupted by many global influences reflected clearly by our current media culture and we needed a person like the President to take it back from them without gunfire needed. In some ways it has been worth all the countless lives ruined by the government mandated shutdowns and the personal price we have all suffered as a result just to get some high level politician to turn the table on the World Health Organization and put the burden for their hidden actions back on them with a costly smackdown. Watching Trump so far this week of April 13th 2020 it is good to see him behave as a classic CEO as opposed to a washed out politician that doesn’t understand the forces at work. When people wonder why the leadership at the top of an organization, or what a CEO does that gets paid so much more money, we can see in President Trump the difference, the ability to play many angles for an ultimate resolution that is good for the country or a company that makes them successful. Trump has very cleverly turned the entire coronavirus pandemic into a Republican platform by making it all about border security and uniting the state governors under a common objective during an election year. That fight always needed to happen, and now it has, and the guilty parties have a lot of embarrassment to deal with, they have been exposed. This event brought them out, Trump clearly outplayed them.

But the cost of the whole effort is far greater than the lives lost to the people who did find the Covid-19 virus too much to handle on their own. Some people did die, I think at this point we all could tell some version of a personal story. But the costs don’t stop at death, many had their very lives destroyed in other ways, through unemployment, through severe violations of Constitutional liberties in a country swinging too dangerously close to becoming a complete socialist state. If before this Covid-19 I was skeptical about the competency of government I am now convinced that no government could ever get it right, not even one run by Trump. He got pulled into this mess like the rest of us, by hostile foreign powers that attacked the world all at one time with the worst weapon in the world, “pure emotion,” and the results were devastating, more destructive than any world war anybody has ever seen. Lucky for us we had Trump in office when this happened. He has played along to get control over it, but the next time we may not have such a chance and you can bet there will be a next time. And when it does happen, we have a lot of decisions to make based on the realization that governments are not capable of running our lives. They are there to help us have a civil society, not to instruct us on the ways to be one. At best they are incompetent, and slow. We should never have given them an inch. If we had death, we should have gone to the funerals and said nice things about the victims. But by staying in our homes and hiding while the World Health Organization tried to utterly destroy the world to save it from their perception of manmade climate change, we destroyed many more lives in some ways much worse. And we can never let that happen again. We should have fought to preserve our way of life more than we did, because what’s the point of living if we don’t stand for something, otherwise, what is the meaning of life but to believe in something and to stand to defend it which we didn’t do with Covid-19.

Rich Hoffman

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Bill Gates and his plot to take over the World: He almost got away with it

While politicians all over the world are wiping the egg off their faces after these radical World Health Organization officials pulled off one of the biggest scams in the history of the world that literally robbed trillions of dollars from all of us, we must learn what we can from it so that it doesn’t happen again. As I have said from the beginning, long before The Drudge Report, Sean Hannity, and even Alex Jones, the coronavirus outbreak pandemic scare was all about manmade climate change, and little else. Except that Bill Gates and his friends at the WHO, they wanted something more which they thought would help control populations in the future and ultimately help the earth, which to their way of thinking, humans were the real virus. Of course, from their point of view, they think they are right about their thoughts of a mandatory vaccine, which has been a dream of Gates for a very long time. I’ve probably watched all the Ted Talks Gates has done over the last half of a decade and I saw his fingerprints on this coronavirus thing from the very first hour of the very first day. He has put a lot of money into the World Health Organization, but more than that, has built powerful relationships, largely with the communist Chinese and he has very specific needs for a global government that could pull all the nations of the world under a common threat, which would force them to cooperate together all to get mandatory vaccines in place to ultimately control the way humans interact with the earth.

Dr. Fauci from the CDC is one of those people who walked into President Trump’s office and told him that up to 2 million people were going to die if we didn’t shut down the economy, and the media ran away with the story from a fresh $100 million the Bill and Malinda Gates Foundation had just committed to the World Health Organization to fight the Covid-19 outbreak that had just spawned in Wuhan, China. And a few weeks before that the top show on Netflix wasn’t Tiger King, it was Pandemic—which was about the next big viral outbreak that “might” strike an unprepared America. Shortly thereafter the World Health Organization designated Covid-19 a dangerous and deadly “pandemic” which the media ran with, fresh off the new Netflix series which many of them had watched and suddenly the world was on its heels so fast that nobody saw it coming. Well, I did. But nobody else. Rush Limbaugh was off for his cancer treatment and I am inclined to think he would have figured it out as fast as I did, but he wasn’t on the radio during this time and the virus hit everyone flat footed and before we knew it the governors of the United States were in a competition to the bottom shutting down more and more economic activity until there were fines issued for people leaving their homes. Every day was a new regulation and order from a police state that was spinning out of control and had frozen the Trump administration into action because of the fear of that death toll that Dr. Fauci had placed on Trump’s feet. Trump had to listen to them, once.

You might have noticed the little smile Bill Gates let out when Chris Wallace asked about the work Dr. Fauci had been doing as a member of the President’s Covid-19 Task Force. Gates was very happy; they have known each other for a long time, and they knew what the goals were. Dr. Amy Acton in Ohio was having the same kind of success with Governor Mike DeWine who was tricked into thinking that he was saving lives with his actions with a lot of phony math meant to make Covid-19 seem much scarier and more deadly than it turned out to be, which is why I have labeled the actions of the World Health Organization terrorism. It could easily be said that what Bill Gates did during the entire Covid-19 outbreak was terrorism. So was what Dr. Fauci did the day he walked into President Trump’s office and declared that millions of people were going to die of Covid-19. He had to know that the models wouldn’t be correct, he had bad data and he couldn’t be that stupid. Now from their point of view, specifically of Bill Gates and his desire to make vaccines for all people all over the world mandatory, everything done during this massive global shutdown was urgent. Only his goal was to attack the real virus as he sees it, mankind so to inoculate them from creating further harm from mother earth. A lot of people think Bill Gates is a genius, and he may be. I admire the work he did to create Microsoft. I personally love Microsoft; I use the products of that company probably more than most people do daily in the world. But Gates isn’t smarter than I am, I would gladly play chess with that guy any day of the week. His movements are not a mystery to me, as they apparently were to many very stupid politicians and media types who swallowed his hook not just to the sinker, but the pole and the fisherman itself.

Bill Gates is closer to a James Bond villain than he is a greasy haired geek who started one of the greatest companies in the world from his garage. Who he is today is a terrorist, a person who uses fear to invoke policy changes on a group of people, in this case, the entire world. His scheme was every bit as maniacal as any plot to take over the world from those James Bond movies ever were. Except people aren’t trained to think of evil as a doctor or the weapons of terrorism coming from fear of a lack of vaccinations instead of a nuclear bomb but its all the same game in this story. And this won’t be the last time. Bill Gates may not be the guy the next time they try this, it will likely come from a different direction by a whole new villain as Gates pouts in his corner of the world about how evil people are who don’t accept his crazy notions about man-made climate change, brought to us by the same losers at the World Health Organization that projected millions of people dead over a tiny virus that has turned out to be no deadlier than a common illness. It wasn’t social distancing that saved us all from doom. The Covid-19 virus just was never that threatening. The whole “flattening the curve” that the CDC was trying to sell us all on, which has destroyed our way of life in America and across the world did nothing but slow down the rate the virus spread to protect a healthcare system that was never in jeopardy. By now most people know somebody who had Covid-19 and they’ve watched them recover from it, and they are having their “what the hell” moments of questioning the government’s reaction to the whole thing, and that is the lesson for next time. We cannot surrender our constitution to villains like Bill Gates who are working against the intentions of mankind. They are not allowed to manipulate our elected representatives with false models that scare them with thousands of potential deaths to push them into suspending constitutional liberties so that people will accept that level of state control to pave the way for mandatory vaccinations all in the name of “safety.” There will be a lot of clean-up after this mess that will go on for a long time, but at least we’ve seen this game and we know the players. The next time won’t be so easy for them.

Rich Hoffman

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DON’T LISTEN TO THE EXPERTS: Covid-19 in a world of elephants and long tusks

I have been hard on Mike DeWine through the entire Covid-19 outbreak not because he’s a bad person. He’s actually a good person, but he screwed up as a leader and listened to the experts without providing the kind of executive filtration needed in his position. So I say he should be impeached for abusing his emergency powers, costing the state of Ohio billions, and putting unnecessary hardship on each and every person trusting him and his decisions. Good people do dumb things and when they do, they get fired like everyone else. And his mistake was in turning over practically all decision making in response to the coronavirus outbreak to Amy Acton, a professional academic, and letting her set a liberal policy in how to react to a crisis as an unelected bureaucrat. Now, I’m a Republican, an old fashioned one and am used to the people around me not being as solid of a Republican as I am. If the elephant is the symbol of our party, I am that elephant off by himself grazing in the hot sun with tusks dragging on the ground. DeWine is that beat up soul huddled in the group that has been through a lot, he’s had his tusks cut off for poaching, he’s been mulled by lions and he’s certainly been weakened over the years so he is what we call a RINO Republican, he seeks the safety of the herd for his own reasons. I get it, but when he makes himself easy prey for attackers, then he is a threat to my party and philosophy, and he doesn’t have a right to do that, and that is precisely what he has done by bringing in professionals to run the state where he lacked the courage to do so himself.

When we look back on this Covid-19 crises it will be our trust in the “professionals” that got us into all the trouble and caused the trillions of dollars in damages. We’ve set our society up across the world to turn people into overly specialized experts in their fields of endeavor when in all actuality we have been doing it all wrong for well over a century. Experts are good for specificity, but often leadership requires many ways of looking at the same information and picking the best path, and over-specialization blinds even the best experts to the totality of needed leadership. In the case of the world-wide shut down the source of the problem was terrorist intentions to take advantage of the specialized class of doctors in the WHO, the attention starved CDC and all the state health directors and contaminate their trust in modeling with bad assumptions which then triggered a global panic. Once that happened and the experts were crippled and looking to cover their asses with more bad numbers to try to get out of the corners they painted themselves into, the terrorists were looking to inflict massive social change while the world was focused on what the experts would say next.

For many years, and I still have that toolbox in my shop at my house, I had a saying I held very true from the 9 ways of the samurai printed on the lid of my toolbox so I could see it every day. I worked at Cincinnati Milacron for a while when I was younger and got to know a lot of machinists and precision manufacturers where I learned a lot, but I always leaned on those 9 ways of the samurai to think above and beyond the problems that company went through as they gradually died before our very eyes. I would say the cause of death was over-specialization. As the industry changed, Cincinnati Milacron couldn’t make the switch because they were too specialized to adapt. But one of those 9 ways of the samurai is to know the way of all things. That means that a person should not be specialized in only one thing then fit themselves into the cogs of society to only do that one thing, whether it’s a lawyer, an accountant, a manager, a mother or father, a teacher—whatever. What is required, especially among anybody offering themselves as a leader is a person hungry for knowledge in all fields and to understand their ways and how they connect. You don’t have to be a master of all the topics, but to understand their flow and relationships. Most companies, or governments die because they are overly specialized and too in love with processes that create a world of specialization. When needed, they can’t think on their feet and are easy to defeat when challenged.

And that is where we find ourselves with this coronavirus nonsense. We have allowed specialized doctors to create policy instead of the debate our republic demands and now we have all kinds of trouble. The powers behind this virus outbreak put the pressure on President Trump who has a history of doing exactly as I have said, not trusting experts and making decisions based on a wide range of understanding that most CEOs can do. When the experts threatened to paint Trump with every death that came out of essentially an aggressive pneumonia outbreak, Trump took a step back and said OK, we’ll listen to the experts. Its an election year. He’s not going to let them hang this on his head when it was the experts who said that millions of people would be dead if we didn’t social distance. And then they backed that figure down to 200,000. Now that number as of this writing is going down further and Dr Doom himself is trying to blame the modeling that he built his whole case around. If I were Trump, I wouldn’t play that game, but he is after all a New York liberal. He’s new to the field of elephants. His tusks aren’t as big as mine, but he hasn’t had his cut off like DeWine has, so there is at least enough fight and logic in Trump to make something good of all this. But it was all so unnecessary, and all the pain was caused by “experts” who leveraged themselves onto the world stage, and now they are drowning by the attention.

Leadership, real leadership is where you listen to what experts say, but you consider all types of other information as well. Americans are not a society that will be ruled by some academic class, which is exactly what this Covid-19 outbreak is about. To watch Doctor Doom from the CDC contemplate the 10th Amendment and wonder why the federal government hasn’t shut down the entire country, he clearly doesn’t know enough about law to grapple with the scope of his desire. He may know something about colds and viruses as a professional doctor, but he clearly doesn’t understand constitutional law, or much of what drives human behavior. He has built his models around his academic view of the world and nothing else, and that has put us all in a perilous place because the rest of the medical community has followed him state to state blindly accepting his mistakes as our new reality. To know the art of all things, to fight a virus we must consider that it is the human immune system that we must bolster to fight off viruses and to do that vitamin D is important (sunshine). Happiness in general. Good food, optimism, there are lots of factors to consider. We could easily say that following these doctor’s orders has likely spread the virus by lowering everyone’s immune systems in such a passive state. Specialists who are only thinking about lives saved and can only think in the means of a process struggle when the true answer is outside of those questions such as what factors make a life—a life? Someone pent up scared in their homes waiting on a government led by doctors to save them or a self-empowered person acting cautiously and doing all the right things to build themselves up to combat the virus with their own immune systems, which way is the best path? The push for a centralized solution ultimately is what caused all the deaths if we want to blame them on anything. The “slow the spread” tactic came up by these experts has only delayed the inevitable, which was their push to highlight socialized desires in the healthcare system, at the expense of all our happiness and good living.

If we listen to the doctors they would have us all wearing helmets each time we go outside, putting on masks so that ugly people feel more equal to pretty people, and they’d have us all having sex in hazmat suits. They are not leaders, only considerations. They become problems when we make leaders out of them and when they are, they destroy everything in sight every single time. There is no instance on earth or in world history where an overly specialized society ever thrived, and it never will in the future. Leadership remains an elusive science, but when a politician like DeWine accepts a leadership role then turns it over to a process driven specialist like Amy Acton, and she screws everything up, its his fault. You don’t surrender leadership over to experts who are too specialized to see the big picture. And that is precisely why every single American, and many around the world are suffering right now, because leadership was left to those least able to conduct it.

Rich Hoffman

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