The Future of Politics in America: Conservatives split over philosophy, progressives fade in failure

As I said on WAAM radio with Matt Clark a long time ago, everything is now occurring just as I predicted it would.  The Democratic Party is coming to an official end, the last vestiges of it are dividing and separating themselves out as we speak here on December 4, 2016.  The upcoming Trump presidency will further destroy the party forcing old liberals to join Republicans who defect into a Libertarian Party.  Those who cannot make that leap will then become an extreme minority of old communist relics who no longer have a hook into the political world.  By necessity, the networks will have to adapt to the populism being broadcast from the White House leaving all the current liberal controls needing to adapt or lose their careers to fresh faces not corrupted with the downward looking limits of the Millennials employed by mass media.  The networks will use this change in populism to put fresh faces in front of the cameras so they can get younger and more attractive reporters in hopes of boosting their declining ratings which will continue to slide into new forms of media presentation over the coming decade.  Welcome to the new world in America which will put its stamp on the rest of the world in a uniting way.  But now let’s get more specific in these far looking predictions—because after all, there are tactical advantages in knowing these things that will benefit Republicans if they’ll listen and position themselves accordingly.

A few years ago when radio personalities like Glenn Beck and John Stossel were making it fashionable to call themselves “libertarians” many in the Tea Party movement migrated in that direction because they wanted a live and let live approach to all things in life—which sounds good until you get down into the details.  In Beck and Stossel’s case, both are former liberals who did drugs in their early days, and those aspects of their characters were rising to the surface to essentially form a new political party of people who were financially conservative, but essentially socially liberal.  The Trump administration will further exacerbate this difference by uniting America under the flag of fiscal responsibility and strong economic dollar performance forcing political identities to split along social parameters.  The good thing will be that both political parties will be united on the fiscal matters as Trump reverses the direction of the debt performance.

This is already evident in the sword rattling that is going on between China and America over Taiwan.  China using American debt and jobs invented in the United States to feed mostly capitalist markets have leveraged themselves into a superpower falsely propping up their communist government.  The big secret that Trump and his billionaire friends know is that the great fear China has is in America taking that economy away from them—because the Chinese as a culture do not have the ability to invent.  They can use the “Art of War” to steal other people’s inventions and economic power, but they cannot as a communist country of over a billion compliant souls invent things themselves.  Yet China has supported the communist rule of North Korea and the further stifling of economic activity in Vietnam and Cambodia where great sins in the markets of sex trafficking thrive in the vacuum of civility.

China poised falsely on its booming economy of stolen wealth is the greatest threat of war with Japan which of course costs America a lot of money to defend diplomatically, and literally.  So the way to put China back in its place and renegotiate trade deals, and interest rates is to take away their security and for Trump—that starts by making friends with Taiwan.  That is the first step of many in Making America Great Again starting with trade imbalances between America and China.  To the critics out there who fear war with China if provoked—China can’t afford war with America—so don’t worry about it.

Now with the smoke clear and the type of philosophy that Trump will bring to the Republican Party which he now controls, long time conservatives like Ann Coulter and Sarah Palin are beginning to be critical as their Tea Party libertarian roots prevent them from joining the new Republican Party.  Instead they will join with Stossel and Beck into the new liberal party in America for which many moderates left over from the current Democrats will find refuge. Granted Ann Coulter is not a libertarian but as things evolve, they will be more appealing to her sense of identity in much the way that she dated Andrew Stein a decade ago—a major liberal in New York.  People like Ann who have made their livings as pundits standing against the current administrations needs to be in a rebellion party, so as Trump reaches across the political battle lines that have been entrenched for several centuries and makes deals that puts fiscal conservativism on ground that everyone can agree with, the focus will then move to social big tent government republicanism and small government Constitutionally based philosophy which will pull Ann and those like her more toward the evolving Libertarians.

I’m not a pundit and do not make my living off opinion.  I offer those opinions to help people navigate more appropriately with the challenges of our day, but I don’t have a hook in the swamp of Washington D.C. or its connecting entities in the states.  But I am a manager of many things, and a good one at that, so the means to getting to a fiscally responsible country that broadcasts morality to the rest of the world is my concern.  If government gets too big and wants to suppress me, I have my Bill of Rights to use as a weapon against it, so I’m not afraid of anything when it comes to government.  A few years ago I took a test when libertarians were becoming fashionable because many people wanted to pull me into that tent of political thinking and I wasn’t about to go because essentially I have very hard-line views on drugs and ethical conduct at a national level.  I am not a “live and let live” guy on drug policy.  If a neighbor of mine smokes dope and I smell it, there will be trouble.

So as far as the war on drugs and stopping drug cartels in far away lands, the government and its military is something I can get behind if they are managing the finances properly.  After all, you can’t have a good moral country if everything is loose like they might be at a Grateful Dead concert.  Those types of philosophies do not go together.  I am all for advocating strength and military superiority to broadcast the nationalism to the far corners of the world to help them adapt capitalism and that won’t happen smoking dope with John Stossel on a street corner complaining about a long work week.  When I took that test I was somewhere in the range of 98% Republican as opposed to any kind of liberal view.  The manager in me often uses the structure of the rules of the day to tactically outmaneuver people so I can see how a Donald Trump would have success at the federal level where a loser like Barack Obama would become a tyrant.  Likely Donald Trump is probably between 50% and 75% Republican, I’m sure he has much softer views on things than I do, but the future of the Republican Party will be defined by him.  There will be things I don’t like—that are too soft, but I’ll be able to live with those because most people disappoint me anyway.  What I care about in the end are results, and Trump will get them.

Already I can see a huge political change locally in my home town of Cincinnati.  There was a great dinner that many of the leaders of the freedom movement attended several years ago, Matt Clark included.  CLICK HERE TO REVIEW.  Doc Thompson was there too, along with Ann Becker and many other movers and shakers of Southern Ohio politics which has very directly shaped the current political climate over the last eight years.  Of those people who were all united behind the effort to stop the liberalism of Barack Obama—the socialist slide over the abyss–under Trump many of them will soon be at odds with each other because that’s how the new party of conservativism will evolve.  Former friends will become enemies politically and America will hash out that evolving philosophy in a much more productive fashion than they have in the past.  But the old Democrats—those who can bend will join the Libertarians.  Those who can’t will simply break.  The Clintons and their progressivism are out.  Their funeral was the concession speech that Hillary Clinton gave and the faces in that room confirmed it.

The media also knows it.  The Saturday Night Live episode from 12-3-2016 confirms that the political left is lost in European liberalism and as the topography changes there will further castigate liberalism out of Europe.  Remember too what I said about the election of Francois Hollande as socialism took over completely the politics of France.  After just one five-year term which is up in 2017 he is out and the socialists do not have a replacement that can stop the rise of conservativism in France.  So, this is something that’s happening all around the world.  Brexit in the United Kingdom, Trump in America, and now a conservative eruption in France of all places.  The entire European Union is on the way toward dissolution and progressivism is out of fashion and from that new philosophies and political parties will emerge—forever.   

When the smoke clears, I will still be a committed Republican and the party will be stronger than it ever has been.  Many of my friends will be Libertarians and that movement will gain in strength as traditional Democrats simply fade away.  The evidence is already mounting, Democrats have bankrupted cities, schools, and states.  College institutions will have to completely rethink how they go about business because the structure that liberals have committed themselves to is gone.  The last vestiges of their world is chipping away by the second and it’s never coming back.  They are morally and philosophically bankrupt and now that they’ve been exposed in an election, the world is turning away from them for good.  Little do they know, but they’ll all be better off for it and soon former friends will become new political enemies as the story marches on in a chapter of American history not yet written.  And it will be exciting. 

Rich Hoffman

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Celebrating Black Friday’s Capitalism: Fidel Castro dies while Donald Trump becomes a true “fountainhead” in The White House

I was enjoying the celebration of capitalism as news broke that Fidel Castro was dying in Cuba. It was after all Black Friday—an official holiday to celebrate American Capitalism so it was appropriate that the Cuban communist dictator died on that particular day.  With Trump now president there is finally an American president who could properly defend capitalism from all the socialists seeking to topple the capitalist system with overbearing altruism for the benefit of finishing what Castro started bedeviling seven American presidents during his lifetime.  Largely the immigration issue around the world, especially on America’s borders is the fault of poorly managed countries leaving dreamers with no place to go but into the United States to escape the oppression of communism, and Marxism.  The strategic goal of those global oriented governments was to deliberately overwhelm America’s financial power while forces within our government unnaturally restrained capitalism so that economic growth would be stunted for collapse.  Fidel Castro didn’t just command a Marxist regime just a few miles off the coast of Florida, but inspired communist revolutions all over Mexico, Central America and South America leaving to this very day a border surge for which the intention was always to topple our American republic during the early years of the 21st century.  So as one of my daughters was with me partaking in the festivities of American capitalism I turned on the radio to see what my old friend Doc Thompson was doing filling in on Glenn Beck’s national radio show which had been suffering because Beck had failed to get behind Donald Trump for president.  I was relieved to hear Doc promoting capitalism on the big show and with great enthusiasm.  For a change, it was good to hear something very optimistic about capitalism without the pretense of some dream–if only America could climb out from under the oppressive hands of the socialist Barack Obama, or the southern border menace Fidel Castro—the Marxist revolutionary which has been suppressing the lives of millions for most of a century.  Finally, capitalism was in fashion once again and this time America would be better prepared to defend it, and sell it to the rest of the world.  Truly, a new day was upon us, and it was something to be thankful for.

I know Doc Thompson is a lover of Ayn Rand’s novels, as I am, and for years we have promoted them over the radio and in any other way possible.  Donald Trump is really the first of his kind to ever enter the White House.  He has built an attractive brand around the world with an unyielding love for capitalism—and finally here was an American president who would defend our economic system from the Oval Office without being disarmed by Marxists and agents of Socialist International to apologize for our great economic success.  I will never forget the fine spring day on April 12th 2016 while I was having breakfast at the West Chester, Ohio McDonalds and reading USA Today which I had picked up at Barnes and Nobel with an actual hard copy paper which I was browsing through as the sun was coming up to its noon time apex.  It was an opinion article from the very liberal Democrat Kristen Powers on Donald Trump where the presidential frontrunner at the time admitted to being inspired by the Ayn Rand book The Fountainhead—which I thought was astonishing. A wild fantasy that evoked in me on that day erupted into excitement as I realized just how close an Ayn Rand type of President of the United States truly was to the White House.   At the time, Trump was easily going to beat Cruz and Kasich leaving him with only the flawed Hillary Clinton standing between him and success.  On that effort, my money was on Trump and that’s how it turned out of course.  But I thought it was astonishing that an America president would actually admit to loving Ayn Rand.

http://www.usatoday.com/story/opinion/2016/04/11/donald-trump-interview-elections-2016-ayn-rand-vp-pick-politics-column/82899566/

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Kristen Powers and many others of course missed the point to Ayn Rand’s great literary classic—which I think is one of the greatest novels written of all time, and I include in that my favorites, such as Finnegan’s Wake by James Joyce and the Magic Mountain by Thomas Mann.  Before any of you Democrats or hard-core Ayn Rand Objectivists cry foul understand that European literature has always been mired by oppressive religious judgment and aristocracy—including Shakespeare.  Ayn Rand as a Russian immigrant was one of the first to look at New York’s sky scrapers and see the beauty of capitalism.  Not even F. Scott Fitzgerald was able to capture that optimism in his Great Gatsby which focused entirely on the paradox of new money versus old money.  Ayn Rand was a standout in thinking.  She truly saw for perhaps the first time in the history of the world that it was the captains of capitalism who were the moral benefactors of justice because it was from their minds that good things happened—the “fountainheads” for which everything came forth.  To be successful, they needed complete independence and unfettered belief in themselves.  Those traits terrify Democrats and progressives from all walks of life so they frequently fail to understand The Fountainhead for all its glory.  And those who do read it, and understand it somewhat so, are the first to put a lid on its message as pre-adolescent fantasies of a superhero adulthood which is unrealistic in the modern world—because we’ve all been trained with the premise that we are all “flawed” characters who must give up such audacity to function properly in the world.  The Fountainhead and its sequel of sorts, Atlas Shrugged, are truly American novels about the American experience and it has taken time to sink into our inherited European thinking—for which most of us adhere to.

During Doc Thompson’s short stay in Cincinnati on WLW radio he and I formed a friendship which essentially centered around Ayn Rand.  The Tea Party movement was reading Atlas Shrugged and enjoying the independent film version that began showing in theaters around the country.  It was those readers who essentially put Donald Trump into the White House because it paved the way for the type of thinking we wanted as a president—and Kristen Powers had confirmed it on the pages of USA Today.  It was one of the few rays of light that many of us in the Tea Party movement had during those dark days.  When Mitt Romney picked Paul Ryan to be his VP many of us were excited that Ryan was an Ayn Rand fan—but he quickly distanced himself from that title afraid that the media would label him as a “radical.”  Interesting that liberals see Ayn Rand concepts as “Radical” yet Saul Alisnky is someone to be followed who actually wrote a silly little book that you can read during a lunch break called Rules for Radicals.  Even at the foundation of Marxism was a silly book that is even smaller called The Communist Manifesto.  Ayn Rand was writing these monstrous novels full of passion and challenges to a philosophical mode of thinking spanning back thousands of years, whereas Karl Marx was simply completing the work of Immanuel Kant—which our federal government through the imperfections of our education system had adopted as a security blanket from European literature.  While reading that USA Today article on Trump’s love for Ayn Rand I thought back even further to the time I lived on the campus of U.C. in Cincinnati.  I’d grab breakfast over in Clifton almost every day and read my books at a booth in the corner as literary students would come in and recite quotes from Ulysses pretending to be masters of the literary universe.  I’d ask them if they understood Finnegan’s Wake and they’d laugh proclaiming—“nobody did.”  But I did, and I say it’s an inferior work to Ayn Rand’s beautiful dedications to American capitalism and the morality which sprang forth.  I never thought I’d see it in my lifetime that a President of the United States would actually be in the White House who “identified” with Ayn Rand’s heroes.

At the start of the Trump campaign I was pretty good friends with quite a few die-hard Objectivists straight off the pages of Ayn Rand’s novels, and to them, Donald Trump was a monster who proposes to use the power of government to build roads, bridges, and a military which could then be turned back on us.  By the time I saw the USA Today article in April of 2016 we had stopped speaking to each other just as Doc Thompson and I stopped speaking, simply because Glenn Beck had not seen what I did in Donald Trump and it made it very hard to have conversations.  I turned completely away from The Blaze Radio because of Glenn Beck.  I saw an Ayn Rand character very similar to Howard Roark in Donald Trump.  Others saw Gail Wynand and they were freighted of such a man entering the most powerful office in the world.  But I had the opportunity to meet Trump a few times and I am a very good judge of character—extremely good in fact, and I see a Howard Roark type who shields himself from the prying eyes of the world by living like Gail Wynand.  His public persona is a Gail adoption, but in his heart, he’s certainly Howard Roark.  Trump has very nearly blown up several projects because they don’t conform to his innate vision.  But in some ways Trump has stepped beyond Rand, which as a 70-year-old man, I would expect.  We are observing a government led by a man who is accomplished and is truly a “fountainhead” in his own undefined way—and history will present that definition through actuality.

Doc Thompson’s broadcast on Glenn Beck’s Black Friday show was inspiring.  It’s something I’ve dreamed about for a long time and it was the old communists like Fidel Castro which prevented us from enjoying America’s economic system without guilt.  Our education institutions had also failed to teach capitalism and Ayn Rand to their students choosing instead to preach the virtues of Marxism to a bunch of drooling students who recited Ulysses during breakfasts at Clifton on the U.C. campus thinking they were masters of the literary world when in fact they were just unwashed college kids just learning to shave looking like bums hitchhiking for a ride during the drug induced 1970s.  They were taught the wrong things about most everything in life leaving those of us who knew better to be like Socrates being blamed for corrupting the youth of Greek society—with real innovation and a pre-Aristotelian concept of what a powerful Republic should be—as opposed to Plato’s pre-Kantian altruism.   I could have saved NASA a lot of money as directed by Barack Obama to study the contributions of Muslims to the sciences of the world and why they failed today to live up to those early promises—it was because Islam gave up Aristotle and embraced the self-sacrifice of Mohammed’s so-called visions.   And America had been failing in much the same fashion moving from a capitalist society that had built great sky scrapers in New York and across the United States and bent to the will of communists like Fidel Castro who represented the lazy intellectual needs of the worst of our society—who desired to be equal to the best only without doing all the hard work of a “fountainhead.”  Trump is a true fountainhead and the world will soon see that—and everyone will be a lot better off.  Howard Roark for President—yes, it actually happened.  Now a great novel never yet published will unfold before our eyes—and it will be very exciting.

Rich Hoffman

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Insults from the Cast of Hamilton: Why liberal thinking is a form of mental illness

It was horrendous that the cast of the Broadway play, Hamilton felt compelled to dress down newly elected Mike Pence while attending on Friday November 18th.  Pence was just looking for a night out and was trying to enjoy a play on Broadway like everyone else, yet because he is now a member of the White House, progressives in New York felt “entitled to lecture the man from Indiana on how he should govern in the years to come.

The Hamilton stage play has become a success story on Broadway and I’ve thought that it was a good thing.  After all, what could be wrong with telling a story about the Founding Fathers told in a modern way with rap songs and a very diverse set of cast members?  I didn’t have a problem with it even though it was easily way too progressive for my taste.  However, when the play comes to Cincinnati’s Aronoff Center at some point, I probably would have gone to see it—because I don’t have a problem hearing from people on the other side of political thought.  I’m not a big fan of Alexander Hamilton as he was a Federalist in a big way, and I am of the mind reflective of the Jeffersonian Anti-Federalists.

I was born in a city named after Hamilton, but I am not fond of him as a Founding Father—so it tells me a lot that progressives in New York used him as a launching point for telling modern Broadway audiences about life after the Revolutionary War and how America was formed.  Notice in the clip below that the emphasis was placed on immigration which evoked claps from the audience which is a revisionist view point—because back then, everyone was an immigrant.  America wasn’t and isn’t a nation of diverse colors and genders—that is a progressive value—it is a nation united by ideas which exceed those terrestrial observations—and the producers of the play Hamilton obviously missed that element.  So now that they’ve chosen to lecture Mike Pence in the way they did, I certainly won’t be seeing that play at any point in the future.  I normally don’t propose boycotts—but in this case not giving those progressives from New York money is a vote against their product and that’s what I’d encourage you to do also dear reader.

Liberals are a hate group and after the election of 2016 they are out of power yet still feel as if they have a right to lecture the rest of us how we should view the world.  Yet anybody with any intelligence understands that liberalism is a form of mental illness because they put their values on things that don’t matter.  They tell conservatives to be color blind and to not discriminate on the sexes—yet they constantly hide behind color and sexism when the value of their ideas fall apart on the stage of public debate.  For instance, all week as Trump was putting together his cabinet positions the criticisms were loaded with an emphasis that it did not represent the “diversity” of the American people in a way that the play Hamilton does—or even modern Star Wars movies where white men are shown to be a minority and women and people of color are sprinkled about like candy on an ice cream cone.  Trump is clearly picking people who he thinks can do the job best and if women and people of color are in that mix—he’ll hire them.  But if they aren’t the best—he won’t.  For progressives, that is an incredibly difficult concept to understand—a rise through merit—otherwise known as a meritocracy.

Since progressives hate business and the art of making money they associate a “meritocracy” as being connected to a monarchy which most companies are to some extent.  That is why they are so terrified about a Donald Trump presidency because they fear they will be left behind in such a world—because their mode of elevating themselves has been through visual elements such as sex and skin color—not by being the best and brightest in their positions.  In that respect, they have reason to be fearful because in the world with Donald Trump as president, merit will be back in style—as it should be in American culture.  But Trump will not fancy himself as a monarch or a dictator.  As any good CEO of a company knows, it is best to surround yourself with people who are highly competent and you don’t want to put limits on their talents just to show that you are in command.  You want them to prosper and to be successful because they will continue to fight to make things better every day so long as there is a chance through merit to rise higher in their life.  That is why the best of our corporations are positive elements of our culture—not only do they produce wealth, but they elevate the lives of the people who work for them in ways that would have otherwise been unimaginable.

Progressives don’t understand this concept of working hard to get things—they expect to move through life under the premise introduced by Karl Marx, that we are all equal and deserve equal pay and that the goal of our society should be committed to leveling the playing field of everything.  The goal of progressives is additionally to make the “worker” equal to the “CEO,” which is of course preposterous.  Yet those are the foundations that progressives are committed to and those values are reflected in the play Hamilton with its emphasis on diversity and immigration—as opposed to the merit of the Founding Fathers to give rise to the concept of American exceptionalism.   To progressives what made America great is that it gave people of all backgrounds and sexes a safe harbor to reside in.  To conservatives what makes America great is a deeper concept, that people of all sexes and races despite their backgrounds can rise to the top and become whatever they want to be.  Progressives get the first part, but they miss the second because the philosophy they have built their foundations upon are limited to visual references and not the quality of the people who acquire good things in life through merit.

What the cast of Hamilton really fear is that their play won’t be so good if the values placed upon it are based on merit and not the progressive celebration of equality through diverse visual references.  That’s why I’m not going to drop $500 to $1000 for a box seat on Hamilton when it comes to Cincinnati.  It doesn’t represent my values as a conservative.  Those values have transcended visual elements like sex and skin color—I’m at a point in my life where those types of things just don’t contribute to my decision-making.  I care about the quality of people not what they look like.  So for that reason, I’m not going to support the Broadway play of Hamilton.  It might do well in progressive New York, but outside of that market I think they just doomed themselves to a larger market that might have otherwise given them a chance.  I certainly would have before they decided to lecture Mike Pence on a simple night out with his family.  But not anymore.  The premise of Hamilton was weak before this controversy, but now it’s just a piece of stupid progressive art that doesn’t represent the values of America—the kind of America that conservatives are fighting to restore from several generations of immature, purely visual progressives who have never understood the concept of value while they pretentiously felt compelled to lecture the rest of us on that topic.  Mike Pence was nice to sit there and be polite, but honestly, he didn’t need to.  Donald Trump was right to defend his VP.  It was tasteless on behalf of the Hamilton cast to do such a thing and they have what happens next coming because of their irresponsible actions.

Rich Hoffman

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Rich Hoffman’s Bold Prediction: The radio show that called accurately the 2016 Election

If you don’t toot your own horn sometimes nobody else will—so let me say that during the radio show that I did filling in for Matt Clark on 1600 WAAM radio Saturday November 5th I predicted accurately the results of the 2016 election.  I not only predicted clearly the Donald Trump election when everyone else had serious doubts, I predicted the downfall of the Democratic Party.  You can hear that broadcast here. 

Democrats did not make gains of any measure in the House and Senate and they lost more governor seats around the country.  When Hillary Clinton gave her concession speech on November 9th the people in that room were the leaders of the Democratic Party and the look on their faces acknowledged that they might as well have been at a funeral.  Once Trump takes office President Obama will have his legacy removed from history and with the fragmented Democratic Party already weakened by the corruption exposed in the WikiLeaks emails releases—the party will come to an end—just as I predicted at a time when everyone thought otherwise. 

I take a lot of pride in having the ability to see things way over the horizon.  And according to Rush Limbaugh nobody foresaw what would happen on Election Day November 8th 2016.  But I did.  I called it a long time ago and if Rush had been listening to WAAM in Ann Arbor at 1 PM on a Saturday afternoon while I was substituting for Matt Clark—he would have heard my accurate prediction. 

I’m just ribbing you Rush.  You are great in your EIB network.  But—I did call it when nobody else in the world did.  And that wasn’t my only prediction.  As usual, people should listen.  They’d be a lot happier—and smarter, if they did.

Rich Hoffman

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Jesse James and Alex Jones Discuss a Trump Presidency: NO MORE BULLSHIT!

trump22The lines in southern Ohio are long and the Trump people are passionate.  My wife and I got into trouble wearing Trump gear to our polling place, so if you don’t want to get into a scuffle, be cautious of that.  When you show up to vote, be prepared to wait in line, and while you are there, you might want to listen to and watch the following video between Alex Jones and Jesse James.  Among those two people is many of the reasons that people want to vote for Donald Trump.  If you need confirmation of your beliefs during a day of anxiety, you’ll find comfort in this interview.  So VOTE.   And enjoy this historic moment.  Then pass it along to a friend who is going to vote for TRUMP. 

Rich Hoffman

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Thank Kellyanne Conway for a Chance: Rich Hoffman’s predictions for the election on WAAM 1600 radio

Before getting into my election day predictions for Donald Trump and the future of the Democratic Party which I provided on 1600 WAAM radio covering for Matt Clark on Saturday November 5th, I must congratulate a true genius behind the Trump campaign, Kellyanne Conway.  Since she became the fulltime manager of the campaign in August of 2016 nothing but good things have happened to Trump and if not for Donald’s raw determination under fire, Kellyanne guided that determination in the proper direction and has actually put states at play for this mighty election that were never even considered by typical Republican strategists.  Kellyhanne thought outside the box and was every bit as aggressive as Trump in pushing against that Blue Wall on the electoral map that Democrats have been living and dying by for years.  Because of Kellyanne, Pennsylvania, Michigan, Minnesota, Wisconsin, Iowa and other blue states are possibilities this time around.  As a career, she has been a pollster, and she knows her stuff when it comes to data collection and understanding what to do with it. She has clearly beat the Hillary Clinton camp at strategy and she has done a fantastic job of defending the Trump campaign through the media.  She has just been a first-class woman who is at the top of her game.  If Trump wins, Kellyanne played a huge part in that endeavor and she deserves a large share of the congratulations.   Now listen to the WAAM broadcast that I hosted for my thoughts on the election and my predictions for it.

I am proud of that broadcast because on the eve of the biggest election in our lifetimes I hit some large topics within the hour I had to work with which will define the direction of the human race.  As I said, Jay-Z started the controversy which will follow this election.  He stated as the ambassador to the White House that he is, that he couldn’t support Donald Trump if he were to win the election, so I made it quite clear that I wouldn’t support Hillary Clinton.  If by some travesty Hillary Clinton wins the most electoral votes I would not accept her as my representative in the White House.  Hillary Clinton is a criminal and the Democrats stubbornly stuck by her when they had other choices and that will lead to the destruction of the Democratic Party.  In addition to the obvious crimes of destruction of evidence and collusion with the Department of Justice Hillary’s name comes up too much around even worse issues of child pedophilia and the Thelema practice of “Spirit Cooking.”  I spoke about in the broadcast the good work that independent journalism had done in bringing forth stories that have shown what kind of people the Democrats are when we aren’t looking and its pretty scary stuff.  I provided the examples of the hacker group Anonymous, WikiLeaks, and Project Veritas who all contributed key evidence and a peek behind the curtain of Washington D.C. culture.   On election day 2016 millions of hopeful people—myself included, yearn that we can drain the swamp of Washington D.C. without having to resort to armed conflict by voting for Trump.  But regardless, what we have learned has changed us all forever and there is no turning away now.

I am most disturbed by the knowledge that John Podesta and his circle of Democratic friends—Hillary included, are practicing with more than curiosity the Aleister Crowley religion of Thelema.   I’ve know this for a long time.  I have actually done quite a lot of research on Thelema because I wanted to know if the Stanley Kubrick film Eyes Wide Shut had any actual validity.  A version of Thelema has actually appeared in my series of Cliffhanger stories, specifically The Curse of Fort Seven Mile because of its hidden relevancy to our political life.  But always in the back of my mind I hoped to be wrong about how active it really was in our modern political system.   I gave a brief history of Aleister Crowley on the air and was cautious to say that it was practicing Satanism—because members of Thelema think its deeper than a reference to a “Biblical” god and his earthly opposite form in Hell.  Thelema I would say is best represented in the modern context by the Disney film Maleficent which openly sought to make the wicked sorcerous played by Angelina Jolie appear to be a redeeming figure which in the classic telling of the Sleeping Beauty story she was clearly a villain.

 The Thelema religion explains why liberals are so obsessed with environmental issues—are so anti capitalists—and do not like Christian faith—or other religions in competition with their Thelema viewpoints.  For them, Islam is most purely connected to Zoroastrian religion and is a means of wiping other competing viewpoints off the face of the earth so that Thelema can rise into the mainstream as it once did before the spread of Catholicism.  These Thelema assaults against the world hope to destabilize regions like Syria, Mexico, Africa and Asia sending their people fleeing to the free countries of the world and by nature of immigration—fundamentally changing those governments with the collective based religions of their homelands.  Hillary Clinton did her part as Secretary of State to give rise to ISIS and inspire mass migration from one region to another so that Europe would topple as a Christian heritage giving rise once again to the pagan rituals of the ancient Thelema beliefs that once inhabited the world from Africa to the northern reaches of Ireland—and beyond.

There is no other rationalization, these people running our government currently are evil people.  They believe they actually live outside the laws of our mortal limitations and have evolved past our rudimentary efforts to preserve a nation rooted in a Christian god and a love of guns to defend ourselves.  In Thelema practitioners attack their individuality with great shame so that their greater place within the collective essence of the universe can be understood—which is why orgies and sexual deviancy is often at the root of Thelema culture.   That would explain the whispers surrounding Hillary Clinton and her husband of child pedophilia and the antics which took place on Jeffery Epstien’s sex island for which we now know Hillary visited approximately six times with her husband on the infamous Lolita Express.   The convicted billionaire Jeffery Epstein who was caught seeking sex with underage girls named his customized plane after the movie and book of the same name—where middle-aged men seek sex with pure young girls for many of the reasons that practitioners of Thelema conduct blood rituals—to appease the “hidden ones.”

Hillary and her gang of Thelema thugs in the Democratic Party literally believe that supernatural aid is helping them obtain the White House so that they can rule the world toward the aims of their hooky religion.   And they hope to make us all complicit to their evil deeds by endorsement.   So there is no way that I can support an administration that so openly supports evil and religions so collectively based that they would limit the scope of mankind’s imagination.  If Jay-Z refuses to accept Donald Trump because the New York billionaire isn’t an “evolved soul” (very Thelema like of him to say it like that) then I can’t support a culture of Thelema in the house of the people—who hide behind the law to maintain power, but then manipulate and even break it to obtain that power.  Hillary Clinton can’t be my president just like I’ll never accept that Maleficent in the Disney movie is anything but a villain.   I reject the premise of Thelema in every aspect and those who practice the religion with magick potions containing semen, breast milk, morning urine and minstrel blood—and spread placentas into the corners of a room to attract spiritual aid so they can as Democrats seek spiritual aid from beyond the realms of reality to advance them militarily into the lives of the good and innocent, need to be removed from our government in America–forever.

That ladies and gentlemen is what we are fighting today on Election Day.  You can literally destroy their efforts with a simple vote for Donald Trump.  If Trump doesn’t win, then we will have to fight these people directly, and that will get bloody.  Speaking for myself, I will not break bread or share space in life with people practicing the Thelema religion of the very evil Aleister Crowley.  It’s just not going to happen.  Call it my roots into the Christian sensibilities of America—but it’s not going to happen folks.  I think Kellyanne Conway has done us all a favor in positioning Donald Trump for a clear victory.  But if the votes fall short, things will really get bloody—and you’ll wish dear reader that you could replay November 8th 2016—and do things different.  Because we only get one more crack at saving America from the Thelema lunatics corrupting Washington D.C.  And an election is the least bloody way of winning a revolution.  But acceptance of blood sacrificing Democratic practitioners just isn’t an option.  They must be eliminated from American culture utterly, and completely because there is no other way.

Rich Hoffman

 CLIFFHANGER RESEARCH & DEVELOPMENT

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Donald Trump’s Dreams for a Free America: The crowd is tired of criminals like Barabbus

Given the nature of the Hillary Clinton funded attacks, you can’t take anything for granted when a protester is at the front of the stage where Donald Trump was speaking and someone in the audience yells, “he’s got a gun.”  Trump reluctantly let the Secret Service usher him off the stage as the crowd and the authorities took down Austyn Crites for brandishing a sign, “Republicans Against Trump” that he had reached into his pants to get it.  Austyn later stated that he had been “beat up” at a Trump rally and the liberalized press attempted to show that the Trump Team had overreacted to the incident.  But if Hillary had been in the same situation she would have had to take off for a week to recover.  Take away the pop music stars like Katy Perry and Jay-Z, two American presidents, a current First Lady and a shamelessly supportive media essentially doing jelly shots off her belly—Hillary would be lucky to stand on her own two feet.  So it was quite impressive at the time that Trump—after doing three rallies that day with a fourth yet to come in Denver—stepped back on stage cool and collected and finished his speech.  Earlier in the day Clinton was rained out in Florida and retreated from her audience to avoid getting drenched—which Trump has never done leaving the choice for this election to never be clearer.  Trump’s positive message for America is summed up in this video as a promise of what kind of country Trump would lead if elected and the evidence was shown during the events of that night in Reno.

Immediately after Reno Trump jumped on his plane and headed to Denver for another packed house full of cowboy hats and good-hearted Americans looking for hope that after Tuesday they’d finally have a representative in the White House who supported them.  I watched the rally as I fell asleep and as slumber approached I thought of Trump and the trial between Jesus Christ and the criminal Barabbus.  The audience back then had cried out to Pontius Pilot to let Barabbus go free and they crucified Jesus for essentially trying to upset the political order of Jerusalem.  Jesus was killed and Barabbus was set free and all would seem to return to normal except that the largest religion in the history of humanity came forth from it.  It’s not that I’m saying Trump is the son of God—but then again—we all are—so perhaps he is.  But what I am saying is that Trump is attacking the political order of the day just as Jesus did, and the other side would love to assassinate him—so when a provocateur shows such an inclination that was our first assumption. 

But something is different now than it was in the days of Jesus—the crowd is actually fighting back.  At the Reno rally Trump supporters were the first to wrestle Austyn Crites to the ground to subdue him as Secret Service took over.  A Trump supporter in Michigan had grown tired of vandals destroying the Trump signs in his yard—so he put razor blades in the signs so that it would cut the fingers on the next attempt, which came on the same day as the Reno event.  Events like this are happening across the entire country and as I watch people flock to Trump’s defense they do it because they don’t want to see a repeat of history.   If only the people had stood by Jesus as he was crucified—perhaps history would have been better off for it.  People are standing by Trump now and when the election is over, that passion isn’t going to go away.  If Trump isn’t the president, people aren’t going to just go back to sleep. 

I have a lot of Trump signs in front of my house and slowly over the last couple of weeks, my neighbors have joined me.  Now, just about every house on my street has a Trump sign in their yards.  People are proud of their Trump signs—they take them as a badge of courage.  From my business office, I passed out Trump signs free to anybody who wanted one.  I was very surprised by some of the people who wanted Trump signs because I know many of them either had never voted before or were Democrats.  They took Trump signs and wanted as many as I could give to them.  This isn’t just an election; this is a change in human consciousness.  People are sick of running from oppressed autocrats.  They want their freedom and they are willing to fight to get it for the first time under a peaceful vote as opposed by the point of a gun. 

So there was more going on in Reno than just an assassination scare.  Trump behaved as expected, but it was the people around him who were on offense.  They truly want the America Trump shows in the campaign ad above, and they are willing to fight for it.  It is obvious that Hillary Clinton and her supporters in the media and entertainment don’t understand what is going on.  They think the people will pick Barabbus—as they always have from the beginning of mankind.  But that just might change in the year of 2016.  People may have finally learned that they don’t need Pontius Pilot, Barabbos or the authority of the state.  They just need someone to take the legal shackles away from them so they can live their lives and Trump is promising to do just that—for perhaps the first time—ever. 

Rich Hoffman

 CLIFFHANGER RESEARCH & DEVELOPMENT

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