Trump’s Check Mate: The O’Keefe Tapes proving vast voter fraud perpetrated by Democrats

Hillary, Hillary—how do you feel right now?  You’ve been busted by Wikileaks for massive corruption much larger than anything Watergate destroyed the presidency of Nixon over.  The Drudge Report unleashed a massive sex scandal involving you and your exploits over many years with gay lovers and married exchanges by a formally trusted friend—your “fixer.”  But you’ve been busted giving money to the DNC to attack people at Trump rallies and that same investigation uncovered the very voter fraud that Obama stood foolishly in front of the world today and said wasn’t happening.  Well, it is happening and James O’Keefe’s Project Veritas uncovered it rather valiantly and broke the story on Breitbart—who happens to run Donald Trump’s campaign.  And that man—Donald Trump—fearless as he is will be your opponent during the last debate of the 2016 election season.  What do you think is going to happen to you during this debate?  Are those palms sweaty yet?  How about that breathing?  Because as you look in the mirror and try to figure out what to do, how to look, and what you could possibly say the words of your friend David Axelrod are screaming through your mind.  Nothing good can come to you during this debate.  You can only lose.  But if you don’t show up, you will validate quicker all these detrimental stories like a fire over dry grass.  If you do go, you will be slaughtered by Donald Trump who has nothing to lose and knows that he has the facts on his side—and he has a history of making it count when he needs to.  So—how do you feel when you see this video?

The corruption is very real everyone and it always has been.  The difference now is that there is proof.   That lack of evidence which Obama foolishly said didn’t exist is right here.  You can see it, hear it—it’s very real and vile.  Real people risked their lives to bring forth this information and now it is well-known why Trump changed his tune once he learned about these tapes from his campaign manager.  The corruption is epic and it all falls in the lap of Democrats who have been exposed in the largest scandal in American history.  The American media is just beginning to get their arms around this and by the time it all settles in—it will be election day.  Can you say—“check mate?”

Congrats to James O’Keefe and his team involved with Project Veritas.  It took real courage to expose some of the deepest corruption the world has ever seen, including the regimes that brought down the Roman Empire.   Trump is right about Washington; the swamp needs to be drained so we can rebuild it.  Because only scum is there now—in both parties.  Vote proudly on election day and do your part to drain that swamp.

Rich Hoffman


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What We Learned from the Trump Rally in Cincinnati: Pavarotti’s “Nessum Dorma” displayed truely for the first time on earth

The Clintons have built such a strong international syndicate of criminal activity that Al Capone would be jealous for destroying his legacy of vile manipulation and conduct unbecoming.  Wikileaks have provided the daily evidence for a conviction, but like Capone the media, the justice system, and many hell-bound contributors have hidden the evidence from the public lulled to sleep by sleazy tabloid topics designed to fill their brains with overwhelming complacency intent to keep them that way. But Trump is the Elliot Ness of our time, not a perfect person, but a King Solomon like godly vessel embodying an optimism that spans deep into the roots of the human race–a hope that there is life beyond such treacherous figures like Clinton and Capone who would meddle with our lives and drain us of everything to satisfy their quest for unlimited power and fulfil the very primal aims of evil. 

It was on an oversea business call while Sheriff Jones was speaking—which I was watching on a monitor–that I began to get a sense of the epic magnitude of what was happening.  The crowd was ecstatic and it easily spilled over into the corridors for which I was standing making it very hard to hear the participants over my phone.  I knew when I was about to re-enter US Bank Arena in Cincinnati on October 14th just before Donald Trump spoke amid massive controversy unjustifiably leveled at him all day long to eliminate his presidential run against the criminal Hillary Clinton, that there was an unusual amount of energy in the room—it was a wave of optimism and hope that just isn’t found anywhere in politics under any other circumstance.  And at that particular moment the song shown above was playing, as it always does at Trump rallies in Ohio.  It was Pavarotti’s “Nessum Dorma” and it was an epic entry back to my seat where my wife was.  That song I felt, and even more so feel today, represents best the entire message of the Trump campaign from the start of it last year to the election on November 8th 2016 and the audience present understood it too.  Trump wasn’t even in the building yet and they were spirited—even vivacious with hope dripping from their bodies like the sweat of an intense athlete after hard play under an intense sun.  “Nessum Dorma” will forever be to me the embodiment of this freedom movement which currently rests on a precipice of uncertainty.  As I walked down the steps to my awaiting wife, to that song, my suspicions were proved 100% correct—the media has underreported the effectiveness of these Trump rallies.  Even after a week of allegations of sexual impropriety, the people at US Bank Arena which was filled up to the box seats at the ceiling weren’t buying it proving the Pavarotti version of that song to be more than a metaphor for Trump himself.  Nessum dorma translated to English means “none shall sleep” which by the thrill in the air at the rally, tempted by the media to sleep to the facts of all the crimes which wrap the Clinton campaign like a warm blanket—the people were not sleeping and Pavarotti’s lyrics cried out in boldness throughout the 21,000 capacity crowd that in that arena nobody was even weepy eyed.  They were awake and were ready for a fight and no matter what happens on election day—something new was amiss and it was a force to be reckoned with. 

I had picked the spot shown in the videos here for two reasons.  I knew I had to make that very important call before Trump arrived due to the time zone differences with my recipient—so I had to be able to easily get to someplace where I could talk on a phone.  But more than that, I was texting images of the rally to members of the media throughout the event because I wanted to make sure the outside world understood how many people were actually there.  From that seat I could get a good panoramic of the arena from Trump on stage to the people in the highest seats—and I used that vantage point to tell a story which spilled over onto television reporting later that night, and radio coverage.  This was my third Trump rally in Ohio, the first was in March at the Savanah Center in West Chester.  The second was at the Sharonville Convention Center in July.  And now this one at US Bank Arena in downtown Cincinnati—and this one was certainly the most epic.  Metaphorically, the Trump events were no longer about Trump, but about the movement which had percolated from his massive wake and the US Bank rally embodied that with all the gusto for which Pavarotti sung “Nessum Dorma.”  The pictures I had to take had to capture that scope in its totality, and I think they certainly did. 

One particularly stunning aspect of the night was when the media entered the arena just before Rudy Giuliani spoke and was booed as if they were the visiting team of a hated sporting rival.  The last time I heard those kinds of boos was in the heyday of the Cincinnati Bengal rivalry with the upstate NFL team, the Cleveland Browns.  It was a hard wall of opposition for the 26-35-year-old road reporters for the mainstream media.   The men looked like the stereotypical metrosexual representation of their generation, all stood about 5’ 6” and wore those ridiculous “skinny jeans.”  The women looked like people fresh out of line at a Starbucks in Seattle—liberalized, socialists in their sentiments and yearning for their version of the modern “flower child.”   When they came out of the tunnel the crowd attacked them with verbal harassment that was like a wall of hatred—which had been nurtured for months with the media’s deliberate propping up of corruption for which Hillary Clinton represented.   Those media personalities were complicit in covering up crimes the audience was fully aware of and they let those reporters know it when they entered.  It was something I have never seen before—and it was intense. 

The next morning the news was fair in reporting that the US Bank Arena had been filled, but they didn’t say much about the optimism witnessed.  There were literally people cheering for Trump as if their lives depended on it, because in many ways—it does.  The event had a religious quality to it.  As I reflected on the evening and the many rock concerts I had seen in that very arena over the years—I remembered how hard it was for popular bands like Prince and the Revolution, and ZZ Top to fill that place to the brim for songs that all of society generally loved.  I had witnessed a Trump rally where the relatively boring topics of trade deals was discussed along with taxes—but people reacted to it the way they would if KISS were playing “Detroit Rock City.”  When Trump stepped out for the first time, as seen in the videos here provided, it was as if Mick Jagger or Steve Tayler appeared—rock stars well-known to the public for years that many generations experienced.  Nobody I heard from Newt Gingrich to Rudy Giuliani, or even Sean Hannity had properly articulated what was happening in that arena as the world outside spun out of control with revelations of criminal conduct on a global scale that was a first for our species.  Trump and that audience leaned on each other with a hope that only the great Pavarotti had captured with such intense passion with his much beloved “Nessun Dorma.” 

These people were wide awake and they knew the media was trying to put them to sleep.  And with each lyrical climb of that classic Pavarotti song came the consciousness of mankind climbing out of such a slumber into a world of true reality where it was realized that this wasn’t an election between Republicans and Democrats, morality, or even economics—but between the basic fight of good against evil.   Eliot Ness became an alcoholic later in his life and lost a lot in his fight against Al Capone.  King Solomon waged war, had affairs and had many wives living a life that many would consider sinful, yet he was God’s vessel for delivering a people to their righteous place in history and his wisdom came from beyond human endeavor.  And Trump, like so many before is a man who has transcended the limits of human shackles and along the way, there were casualties.  But like the voice of the great Pavarotti—something beyond earth and all its history was born and it appeared on the stage of US Bank Arena as the last hope for the human race, and there was reason to be optimistic, because for some people they were awake for the first time—and they wanted to do something about it.

Rich Hoffman


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Everything is Awesome: The Key to Donald Trump’s success in politics and why the controversies are irrelevant

I watched with the fascination of a scientist the oddly chaotic admonition of Donald Trump on Saturday October 9th over comments he made about women eleven years ago.  It didn’t matter to me in the least—perhaps even less.   I wouldn’t care about such things if the event happened yesterday or there were stacks of similar tapes—it certainly had no impact on my support for Donald Trump.  So I found it very strange that the entire media and so many established politicians quickly turned on Trump and were actually calling for him to step down while his counterpart on the other side—Hillary Clinton actually broke the law—many times in her campaign—and hadn’t received anywhere near the same level of outrage.  What was going on was something that I was aware of, but it was something that sort of resides on the subsurface of our American existence and now it had emerged from the shadows disguised as something else entirely and showed its fangs.  During the Saturday after Trump made an unneeded apology we were able to smell the vile breath of this new American villain—the direct assault of progressive politics aimed at destroying the American male completely and replacing him with some scribbled mess of academic creation—a Frankenstein monster assembled in think tanks around academia to allow liberals around the world to steam roll the newest form of communism across the face of planet earth.    It wasn’t Trump they were after so much as it was the representation of alpha maleness he has been restoring in America which terrifies the political left because this has been a long time in the making.  What was happening was their last-ditch effort at maintaining their strategic trajectory before it was too late and that epitome of “maleness” was in the White House.

It was just a few days earlier when conservatives were outraged at the openness that Duke University feminists established a new program called The Man’s Project which is designed to essentially further feminize men out of existence with a nine-week program aimed at destroying traditional role models men play within our society.  This has been going on in public schools of all kinds for essentially the last forty years but has picked up a lot of steam over the last 15 or so and the results have been catastrophic.  Divorce rates are too high, role models of men to their sons and daughters has been woefully eroded away greatly harming children psychologically—which was always by design because in the wake of the strong man of the house and neighborhood was always the promise that father government would be there with a welfare check.  Essentially government has been seducing our women in America for generations with promises and whispers in their ears through television programs like Oprah, and Dr. Phil—setting up for the complete eradication of male ownership of children and wives within traditional family structure to be replaced with a second marriage to big daddy government and all the empty promises a typical sleaze bag doing such a thing might promise.  And the only way they can pull off such a ruse is by getting men out of the house—and break them down completely then rebuild them from the ground up under progressive direction.  Programs like this Duke University class are now spreading all over the country and is a major problem for upcoming generations if we don’t correct the matter now—and that is part of what a Trump Presidency promises much to the fears of progressives behind this movement.

When I was first married in the late 80s I experienced a version of this radical hatred of alpha maleness firsthand.  Family and friends of my wife who was a budding fashion model when she met me and had all the promises of having a career in New York on the cover of major magazines did not like my unusual maleness, even back then when it was far more common than it is today.  One of the reasons my wife and I married so early was that she wanted a family and so did I.  She didn’t want a career where she served some boss in some corner office—she wanted to work for herself building a traditional family—and that was essentially all she cared about as a biological woman.  We shared that sentiment and against the wishes of virtually everyone—we married and started having kids in a traditional manner.

You would have thought that I had committed the worst crime of the century and for really the first ten years of our marriage “the world” came down on us hard.  After all, a woman knows her family for at least two decades before she gets a husband so every time there was some challenge in our marriage—where I needed to work more overtime to cover our costs, or child expenses forced us to decide whether or not to get a jug of milk or purchase baby food—there was some friend or family member trying to pull my wife into a more progressive version of family construction—where big government was at the center of her life—where a woman didn’t need a “man” because there were programs for her “independence” and people openly encouraged her to leave me over little things—normal life events that came at us at an alarming rate.  To make matters worse my wife was strikingly attractive and virtually every man on planet earth tried to seduce her—especially older ones who were comfortable in life and had a lot to offer a woman with a few kids and a lot of headaches.  The pressure was immense and I spent many, many evenings so deep in hard feelings that suicide was a constant temptation—and we’re not talking about a few weeks or months of tribulation—I’m talking about years and years of no light at the end of the tunnel.

However, if you’ve ever heard the song from The Lego Movie, “Everything is Awesome” that is essentially my calling card to success in just about everything I do.  It is the way I live my life every day—I have an extremely positive outlook on life and I can find joy in the deepest wells of sorrow.  I’ve had that ability my entire life and it never served me better than in those hard years of my 20s and early 30s over this issue of outside elements attacking my family essentially for insisting on being a traditional role-model for our children.  So instead of committing suicide which anybody in my situation would have justifiably performed many times over—I woke up every single morning essentially singing that song to myself—even though it hadn’t been written yet—and I attacked my many problems within that framework.

I spent ten years studying Joseph Campbell’s power of myth studies and I learned that the roles the sexes play in their relationships, however transitory it is to our life on planet earth—has a major impact on the way culture shapes itself to our evolution.  Campbell was what I considered a “super academic” who was a maverick in thinking but read on the scope of the world’s greatest scholars and after reading him I was sure that the solution to my problems was to be an epic male and that through the power of myth that I could hold my family together and that in the end everything would work out because psychologically, everyone involved in was essentially looking for a strong male in their lives, or they were trying to get rid of it so that they could take control of my family—and so long as I understood that the strategic objective was my “maleness” then I knew what I had to defend to obtain victory—which I of course did.

My victory, which was extremely hard to see in the early 90s, gradually destroyed my many enemies by their own volition–those assailants who had attacked my family from the get go and they are now miserable heaps of human flesh—if they lived long enough.  Some didn’t live and they collapsed under their own misery and all I had to do to destroy them was hold to my values.  They wanted me out-of-the-way so that they could destroy what I built and take possession themselves of my efforts as parasites—which is essentially what is happening to Donald Trump now.

Trump’s campaign at its core is about alpha maleness fixing the rot for which the progressive experiments of our age of have destroyed—the massive debt, the poor economic growth, the loss of integrity that comes from a wimpy political class—Trump is an alpha male that has arrived on the political scene completely uncorrupted by weakness to find our nation overrun by despots in the wake of strong male influence—which world mythic study informs us is a key ingredient to a successful society.  That isn’t to say that women have no role in the modern world—but the problems of our time are specifically caused by the destructive experiments by the progressive left in eradicating “male presence and influence.”  For men and women to truly be equal, women would have to fill that role traditionally held by men as the strong anchor for which families take root.  Some women do perform this role nicely, but such thinking is genetically attached to men so it traditionally comes second nature.  The failure comes from government’s attempt to replace the family completely—by micromanaging families into sending the woman into the workplace to serve a master, and sending the man into the workplace to serve another master—and then sending the kids at 3 and 4 years old to pre-school to learn to serve a different master leaving the family pulled in many different directions all controlled by a centralized government.

Trump is the last of his kind essentially—he represents a time when alpha males were much more common and to be one you had to essentially beat out other men for the top prizes—and that sometimes meant stealing away their wives to prove that you were the top alpha in your region—that you had the best house, the best cars—the best businesses.  Those are all vile things to the capitalist hating political left—but they are all inventions of the human race who have dreamed them up and put them to use—and are now part of our biological concerns.  The political left recognizing this has sought to reverse the human race from reaching to the stars to looking back to the ground for which they stand with environmental concerns about “mother earth” hoping to put a halt to the inventions derived from capitalist excess which naturally weakens the need people have for a centrally controlled tribal leader in the form of elected officials.

What Trump has is similar to what I have—and these things are similar to what most men had back in the day when men were men, women were women and everyone knew what their roles were specific to their families—which made them all stronger.  Having indomitable spirit to always preserver no matter how bad things are traditionally is the optimism a powerful alpha male brings to his family and is something they can count on to always outlast any kind of tribulation.  And this is why Trump is able to wake up on a Sunday after a day like he had yesterday where essentially the entire political world crashed down around him because as a strong alpha male who has literally weathered every storm most people could ever hope to endure—because his existence is not predicated on the controls of the political class—but extends to the roots of his entire being—and step into this upcoming debate with a swagger that most find unimaginable.  In this case Trump is the King Solomon of our time—the vessel of God himself—in all his glorious maleness to give birth to a nation that progressives wanted to see aborted before it was even out of the womb—then to take that nation and teach it to be an alpha in the world and eventually to the galaxy at large as the human race migrates into space.  Trump is bigger than the political class and it terrifies all those who have hooked their stars to that thinking—because Trump as president will dominate that star by his very presence.  So understand dear reader that is what is going on over this rather trivial issue about Trump’s “past” comments.  The outrage only exists among those invested into this new progressive thinking where traditional family structure is intended to be replaced by daddy government—the other man who wants to steal our wives, enslave our children, and dominate every phase of our existence.  And Trump, like me, obviously has the great gift that all pillars of strength have within their families and businesses—the ability to look at any problem—no matter how troubling—and to think—Everything is Awesome—because it is.

Enjoy the debate.   It will be one for the history books!  We’ve never seen anything like it in the history of the human race, from the mythology of the great alpha male Zeus to the king facing the ultimate goddess of Tubber Tintye.  In fact, as I read Melania’s statement yesterday it was quite clear that she served the Tubber Tintye role for Donald Trump perfectly—which is the real role traditional women have had.  They have always had the ultimate power.  I wouldn’t have worked so hard for my wife if she was not my personal Lady of Tubber Tintye and obviously Trump has his Melania—the only woman really worth fighting for to step beyond the average concerns that typical alpha males typically experience except for those who keep reaching for that ultimate boon residing on that spinning golden couch which hold within her the solutions for the human race.  Trump had the courage to go there—and it has obviously transformed him over the last decade—and that makes him ripe to be president.  In case you don’t know that story, click here and I’ll tell it to you.  It’s certainly worth your time.

Rich Hoffman


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How Trump Beat Hillary Clinton: The realities of a new kind of politics

It was pretty clear to me that while watching the Donald Trump, Hillary Clinton debate on September 26th 2016 that the New York billionaire won the debate.  The Donald maintained control throughout the entire debate negating the moderator Lester Holt and forcing Clinton to spend much of the event quiet with that stupid chipmunk awkward smile she uses when trying to rationalize through her various learned behaviors to evoke some level of confidence on topics she is uncomfortable with.  So it came as a shock to me that all the establishment types declared her the winner of the debate during the spin room conversations that took place afterwards.  Nobody with a sane mind could rationalize that Clinton had won the debate—yet most did evoking some invisible standard which the rest of the nation didn’t respect.  Online polls—not the most accurate—but ones that reflect direct passions of the electorate voted that Trump had won—handedly, while establishment media from all walks of life enjoyed the status quo performance of Hillary.  Likely their standard of success was that she didn’t pass out on stage because that would be the only measure of success that I’d give her.  The proof is in the debate highlights seen below where Trump clearly dominated with his performance. 

After the debate it was evident the Clintons hoped to work the VIPs in the room by shaking their hands.  Bill Clinton avoided the Trump family leaving them on the stage alone for several minutes.  I watched this with my tongue in my cheek because it was obvious they weren’t pleased with Hillary’s performance.  Usually the families mingle a bit showing the country that the election is bigger than the candidates—but that’s not how things ended on Monday night.  After a few minutes of the cold shoulder, Trump and his family left the stage for the spin room where Trump himself worked the media.  Hillary played the celebrity shaking hands with her sergeants hoping they would do that job for her.  While Trump was still giving his interview to Sean Hannity, Hillary and her husband Bill—carrying a beverage casually as if he just woke up at a hotel somewhere and was taking his time getting started in the morning—walked to the Econoline van that picked up the passed out Clinton from the 9/11 ceremony recently, and they left the debate facility rather quickly.  I thought it was a very interesting strategy for an unnaturally weak candidate.   Even though I don’t like Hillary Clinton or her family, even objectively thinking—she is just a weak person and can’t help coming across that way.  The more she talks, the worse she sounds, including in the debate. 

So it was stunning that so many establishment types declared her the winner.  Charles Krauthammer from Fox News declared it a draw—which seemed fair for him—but most others thought Hillary Clinton had won which left me scratching my head.  I have a great memory and during the entire debate I was pretty happy with the way Donald Trump asserted himself and literally handled the entire room with confidence.  He owned the stage by every account.  He controlled the pace of the discussion, and he controlled the topics.  He purposely didn’t go for the knockout because it had been decided it would be bad for a man of over 6 feet tall to slap around a little 5’ 4” elderly woman on stage which might actually bring her to physical harm—so Trump avoided the bait—looked presidential, and stayed on the high ground the best he could.  He defended all the sensitive areas well and avoided being pulled into a defensive position without getting himself out of it by the end of the segment. 

So what on earth were the establishment types looking at?  Clearly they were judging the performance based on a measure of static intellectualism which sought to protect itself from the dynamic force Trump represented and they had turned away everything he had said to protect their known reality.  It was a classic case similar to the woman who knows her husband is cheating on her, yet is afraid to disrupt their family income so chooses to ignore the facts to protect her livelihood.  Or the abused spouse married to an alcoholic that is afraid of the conflict that might occur by intervening in the destructive habit.  Hillary Clinton and her supporters—many in the media who have learned to live their entire adult lives under the destructive habits of establishment politics—and fear any changes to that system, are more than happy to preserve that system because they have some level of expected success they wouldn’t have any other way.  So they fight to preserve it even if that means ignoring some simple facts.

Hillary Clinton is a wounded animal representing a status quo political aristocracy that is being rejected—globally—and in the United States Trump showed that he was willing to take on that entire institution fearlessly and with mass charisma—and “they” hated him for it.  So they inserted “their” own static deductions hoping to ignore the dynamic force of change Trump represents.  They created a fictional outcome that simply did not exist at the debate—and time will show over the coming week that people will continue to choose Trump in the polls leaving her reeling from the competition.   Hillary Clinton spent over five days preparing for that debate and she needed a dominating performance which Trump denied her of.  She relied afterwards too much on the establishment media—which has been replaced by The Drudge Report, blogs like this one, and broadcasts like Infowars, leaving her without representation where it counts most in the 2016 election.  That is the reason Donald Trump has been surging to begin with—because the rules are now different and shockingly, the entire establishment ignored those rules in favor of some outdated engagement procedures which no longer have any relevance.

I think Trump won big and that isn’t just wishful thinking.  He achieved his objectives—but Hillary didn’t.  She didn’t show that Trump was unfit, or that she could outmaneuver him.  All she showed was that she could run out the clock and get out of the building with her skin still intact, which was what Trump wanted from the outset, to show that he had compassion for an old woman who is smaller and less powerful than he was.  In the aftermath, Trump’s online presence with potential voters far eclipsed Hillary Clinton leaving her to resort to old tricks about calling women names like “Miss Piggy” and other derogatory names—which in the minds of the typical sports bar attendee—is accurate assessments of various female embodiments—which actually leads credibility to Trump’s truth telling.  Just 12 hours after the conclusion of the debate Hillary was desperately grabbing for a life raft as the world around her had changed without her understanding—and she was truly lost.  With the amount of energy, she put into this first debate to get such sluggish results the path to victory just got a lot longer and more narrow—and for such a weakling as her—much more unachievable leaving the vision of her dreams dimming by the moment.  And if I didn’t hate her so much—I might feel sorry for her sorry ass.  But I don’t.  She’s a vile criminal who deserves all this and more—and then we have October and the surprises yet to come—and the gray clouds around her political future embroiled within them leading to a satisfying conclusion for those who hate her as much as I do. 

Rich Hoffman


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The Very Sick and Unfit Hillary Clinton: Diamond and Silk doing the job the media won’t

So just how bad is Hillary Clinton’s health?  Well, the evidence says that it’s pretty terrible.  She may have difficulty making it through the 2016 campaign let alone a four year stint in the Oval Office.  However, since the media is trying to cover up her incredibly lackluster vigor, and since she has went out of her way to say Donald Trump doesn’t have what it takes to be president, we must turn our gazes to independent journalists—like Diamond and Silk for the hard facts.  Here they are.

Rich Hoffman


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The Destruction of Hillary Clinton: Ending the political class finally over a 24 year journey through Hell

Really, the summation of just about everything I’ve written about over the last six years on these pages is coming to fruition at the first debate between Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump on September 26th 2016.  In so many ways Donald Trump is my dream candidate largely because most of my suggestions to America’s large problems have been to have more private sector leadership in government instead of trying to influence government with campaign contributions.  A false aristocracy has emerged over the last two hundred years because of the experiments with democracy and that society of benefactors has been poised for a long time for an overthrow by the governed.  Once people see with their own eyes how much more effective a private sector president is in the White House, they’ll apply the same methods to their school boards, their state seats, and their federal elections and the nature of politics will change dramatically.

The political class cannot compete with the hard-boiled proven executive who has spent a lifetime building a successful existence and that was never more evident than the dismal performance of Hillary Clinton leading up to the record-breaking debate on that famed evening which changed forever the nature of politics.  While Donald Trump was out campaigning across the country and doing interviews with Sean Hannity and many others—Hillary was locked away in her fortress behind thousands of handlers hiding.  The only significant interview she gave over a five-day period leading up to the debates was this pathetic mess below with Zach Galifianakis which was a terrible decision.  Whoever made that decision should have been not only fired, but skinned alive—because it was terrible—even by the standards of that show.  As the leading Democrat and long time connector between Hollywood and politics, Clinton has people like Bon Jovi on speed dial, and friends like Steven Spielberg to help her shape her image—yet under pressure from FBI investigations, obvious criminal conduct in front of Congress, and a political record laced with murders, incompetent accidents, and left-leaning radicalism all she could muster before that big Monday Night Smackdown was an appearance on Galifianakis’ silly show which obviously didn’t go the way she would have liked.  Even on such a friendly production set she was stiff, unlikable, and accident prone revealing that under the pressure of over a billion people watching and obvious health problems that could reveal themselves beyond her control, and an uncompromising opponent who will do anything to win standing next to her—Hillary Clinton is truly in trouble and it’s a dream come true for me.

If Hillary Clinton were just a senile old lady living down the road, I might have compassion for her condition.  But she’s seeking to manage my life with more expanded government and an even further left-winged political agenda that has proven to be a Trojan Horse intent on ending American sovereignty in favor of global governance—and I despise her for it.  What she has done along with her fellow leftist radicals has been a declaration of war against the kind of America that I love—an innovative place full of diversity and tradition.  Hillary’s America, like the recent movie articulated quite well, is a criminal empire guided by corrupt politicians that would make Jabba the Hutt from Star Wars pale in comparison.  So I have no sympathy for her situation.  She has literally painted herself into a corner—everything she has done in her life leading up to this moment in time—and the physical and mental pressure of it, are proving to be too great for her.

She’s in hiding while Donald Trump knows he has her cornered.  He is loose on his feet and ready to seal the deal of his own fate knowing that all he has to do put her away during this upcoming debate and he wins the presidency.  To put it in golfer’s terms, this is a putt under par literally on the rim of the hole.  All he has to do to win is gently tap the ball forward with the slightest of a putt and the ball will drop in.  However, for Hillary she has to hope for a 400 yard drive which will result in a hole-in-one, which is nearly impossible—and those just aren’t good odds.  The media is attempting to make the presidential race look even for their own ratings, but the difference is as I’ve metaphorically described.  Trump has all the high ground, Clinton has nothing but dirty tricks and cheating which will prove difficult on such a large stage—so she’s nervous—even scared—and she should be.

I remember the debates in 1992 when Ross Perot was on stage with George Bush and Bill Clinton and essentially the businessman easily outplayed the politicians earning a lot of respect for the Texas billionaire.  I worked hard for Perot back then even to the point of being at the campaign headquarters in Dallas the night before the election.  There was hope of getting between 15% and 20% of the vote which we all knew would have a lasting impact on future elections and we were excited.  We didn’t think Ross would win, but just being on stage planted the seeds for what would eventually become Donald Trump.  I enjoyed the company of Ross’s family that night.  One of his younger daughters was close to my age at the time which  made for an eventful, and respectable evening—but I remember vividly driving back from Dallas at over 100 MPH to get back to Ohio to vote and work the polls with just a few hours to spare.

Even as I got a speeding ticket in Tennessee for going 110 MPH—obvious reckless operation which I thought was going to put me in jail—the cop let me off with a much reduced ticket of 80 in a 55 zone because he liked the Ross Perot stickers that was all over the car I was driving—we called it the “Perot Mobile” back then.  It was often full of Ross Perot t-shirts, a banner which we hand delivered to the Perot family that they laced across their Texas mansion on election night which was made specifically for a CNN broadcast at a Dallas arena, and occasionally fashion models from Penthouse magazine which we dressed up to pass out Perot pins on Fountain Square during businesses lunches in Cincinnati.  We would pack the girls in the car to the point where there wasn’t any leftover space and when we all got out it was like a clown car of endless bodies emerging which seemed impossible to hold.  I remember vividly the optimism back then and it was nothing like what we are seeing on the cusp of the debate between crooked Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump.

The Perot watch party was at the Omni Netherland Plaza in downtown Cincinnati and I was horrified literally to watch Bill Clinton win over George Bush.  All along with all the work I did for Perot I figured that Bush would remain president as the incumbent.  Change needed to happen, my protest of Bush was that he was such a globalist compared to Ronald Reagan, and he needed a shot across his bow to bring him back to reality—and the patriotism of nationalism.  But he was a one world government guy and he lost to the criminal drug pusher from Arkansas and Hillary Clinton was within sight of her ultimate goal of the presidency herself—riding on the coat-tails of her husband.  I sat on those steps that evening and felt terrible—and I resolved to fix it any way I could.  What happened next was 24 years of government expansion and a drastic move to the political left and a weakening of American presence around the world—and it has disgusted me.  I thought things were bad after just four years of George Bush the elder—enough so that Ross Perot was a wake-up call for the Republican Party.  What we ended up with was Hillary Clinton—the power climber and corrupt politician whose ultimate goal was to finish what Bush started—ending American sovereignty to the highest bidder—in this case George Soros—and bring America crippled from within to the feet of the world government compliant, and apologetic.

Knowing what I do about Trump he feels much the same way that I do. For years he gave money to these politicians to keep them out of his business practices, and to hope beyond hope that something might actually get done.  But he’s watched a lifetime’s worth of failures from the political class and now in his own elderly years he’s ready to just do the job of fixing everything himself.  As a person used to winning everything he does, he gets to debate a wounded radical with a lot to hide which is easy pickings for a guy like him.  It reminds me of the debates I had on WLW radio and in public with the levy supporters of Lakota a few years back when they could do nothing to answer the fiscal facts I presented but provide an emotional argument in favor of children, which was really easy for me—a businessman—to combat.  It was like cutting butter with a hot knife—it took almost no effort because the facts were on my side.  Leading up to those events people asked me if I was nervous because the Lakota people had this big political machine and I essentially had nothing but a few angry supporters—and I replied cautiously that I wasn’t.  I kept wondering if they knew something I didn’t—which wasn’t likely—but I wasn’t sure.  Of course history showed that I had nothing to worry about—and Trump has even less.  Hillary is a wounded animal literally hanging by a thread and after he puts her away Monday night—the media won’t be able to dress up her terrible performance.  The scouting report on her is that she can’t answer questions about her email and she can’t defend her thirty year record—and under stress—she physically breaks down.  Trump is the perfect candidate for the Republicans.  For me he is rectification of that night long ago at the Omni Netherland Hotel where I didn’t want to talk to anybody for several days—not even the friends of our “Perot Mobile” who were staying at the Omni Netherland and wanted to do something to salvage the evening.  I couldn’t think about any of that kind of stuff—I just wanted to fix the situation and I’ve had to wait a quarter century to get the next chance—and Trump is that solution.

I can’t wait for the debate to start—because at that point Hillary Clinton is one step closer to becoming a bad memory and for a change to send the Democrats into the depths that I have been on since 1992.  And when they get there, I won’t forget who they are—and they won’t be coming back.  The debate between Trump and Clinton is about more than just winning that one night—we are seeing the end of a political class that encompasses Republicans and Democrats and ushers in a new era of business men and women who are proven successes who bring to politics the best that they’ve been which will set our country on a completely different trajectory regarding economics, culture, world presence—virtually every category of human endeavor.  Needless to say, I will enjoy watching Hillary Clinton squirm to the bitter end—because she deserves everything that is happening to her for what she has tried to do to our country.  Donald Trump is simply making things right again starting with ending her career in a spectacle which will easily eclipse Monday Night Football.

Rich Hoffman


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Trump and Child Care: Making families great again

Remember dear reader that I predicted the end of the Democratic Party on Matt Clark’s radio show early in the 2016 election.  I specifically said far before Hillary Clinton became the train wreck that her campaign has become that the Republican Party would split into two and that Democrats would cease to be and that the overall nature of the entire country would move to the political right.  Once that happened Trump, who as of now is considered one of the most radical right winged candidates in the history of the presidency, will be considered a liberal and that the critics of Trump’s recent child care rebate speech launched brilliantly at just the right time in the campaign, would launch themselves into a new conservative party yet named and headed by the likes of Glenn Beck and Ted Cruz.  I said on WAAM radio that I thought it would take a few years to occur but that the foundations were already present—the end of the Democratic Party is coming. Trump is about to destroy them and I love him for it.  Good riddance!

I am of the mind that Trump’s proposals greatly benefiting women and their child care expenses isn’t just another giant government program spreading big brother even more to the far reaches of our country—it’s the first step of a master negotiator to begin walking back the massive damage progressives have done to the American family.  I was just a little stunned by Trump’s proposal for the first time in our nation’s history that a tax credit the value of yearly child care would be provided to women who stay home with their children as well as those who decide to enter the workplace.  Whereas Trump’s proposals led by his daughter Ivanka look like the type of policies a Democrat would propose, the heart of the effort is distinctly conservative.

I’ve been saying it for over 40 years—women who stay home with their children are taking on the most difficult occupations of our society and the most important—the raising of our youth.  My mother was ridiculed to hell and back for being a housewife who was always home while I was growing up and my wife had it even worse—because she did the same.  Now my kids are staying home with their children.  They have professional occupations, but they work from their homes and they put their children first—which is hard to do.  Being a mom—not a neurotic mess like most school levy supporters are—not a panicking soccer mom or busy body latté sipper—but a mom is the most important job in the entire world and it’s about time that “government” recognize it as such.

Government run by progressives have been at war with the American family for the last seventy years—likely longer—and the quality of our people shows the negative results dramatically.  I can spot a person who had a stay-at-home mom a mile away—even as old shriveled up raisins themselves playing golf.  You can tell when a person was loved as a child by a mother.  It shows in how they walk, talk, and process information.  You can also tell who had chaotic childhoods that were raised in day care facilities.  Their minds are scattered messes—and sadly, many people reading this are of this experience.  This has been the fault of government.  It has attempted through public education to replace the parent at home with big government ideas that perpetuated lifelong entitlements—for which the paternal government would provide through wealth confiscation and redistribution.   Many years of this behavior has essentially destroyed our nation intellectually.  The starting point for fixing this problem is to incentivize the American family to remain intact and to nurture each other toward prosperity—because the top down government model has failed miserably. 

Not exactly a friendly crowd in that clip, but he handled things unusually well–unscripted, informal, and competent.  So it was quite a statement to acknowledge that stay-at-home moms would qualify for a tax credit worth the cost of child care.  That I think is huge, and extremely conservative.  For a change, a Republican is taking a conservative idea and dressing it up to appeal to moderates and Democrats and selling it in an appealing way.  But in so doing Trump is putting the American family first in a way that I’ve never seen done in politics before—and this is very encouraging.  Under Trump’s proposal, both of my daughter’s would qualify for a tax credit because they have stayed home to care for their children in a traditional way—instead of being penalized the way families have been in the past.  

These Trumps mean business—and continue to show what kind of Executive Branch they’d maintain every day while in the White House.  Nobody has worked harder on more hard policy innovation than they have just during this campaign—and given Donald Trump’s track record—I have no doubt that he will work even harder knowing that history is judging him—because he seems to really care about those types of things.  Trump from every direction seems to be doing exactly what I have been dreaming of in a presidential candidate all my life—and he expects himself to actually do the things he’s talking about.   Trump, he is a hard worker, he’s innovative, and he expects to accomplish things.  He also has the establishment scared to death—which is wonderful for a change.   He is a sign of real change and ultimately, I think the biggest impact will be on the two-party system.  When that happens, remember you heard it from me first, the Democratic Party is about to become extinct.  

The Trumps and the people of their campaign—some of which I know, are the best of what is produced in America.  Trump is planning to invest in the future not only fiscally, but emotionally by making the family the center of all our values once again—and that is a wonderful thing.

Rich Hoffman


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