The Trump Speech in Saudi Arabia: “Drive them from the earth”

After Trump’s fabulous speech in Saudi Arabia I watched the news and even those who don’t like the president, and wish him ill will at every turn, have to admit that everything that happened over the weekend of 5/20 2017 was history making.  I was incredibly impressed with the Trump visit to Saudi Arabia, in many ways the speech he gave sounded like something I’d write.  His focus on the word “evil” was appropriate and he used proper metaphors regarding the human soul in the correct context while setting the stage for negotiations between Israel and Palestine.  I’ve been waiting all of my life for an American president to do what Trump did in the heart of Islam.  If you didn’t see the speech, watch it here.  Then send it to a friend.  It was historically an incredibly relevant declaration of authority.  “Drive them out!  Drive them from the earth!”  That is big stuff.

Rich Hoffman

 

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The Benefits of Julian Assanage: How the dynamic intellectualism of pirates save the world

I was very happy to hear that Sweden had given up on its rape allegations against Julian Assange taking one burden away from the international fugitive. As everyone here knows I am a law and order guy who has a very black and white view of justice.  In the great parody of pairs of earthly opposites, I always side with the good, the pure, and the blind efforts at justice, fairness, and honorable civility.  But I’m also the first to recognize when the other side isn’t playing by the same rules and in such cases I’m willing to do whatever it takes to pummel them into oblivion.  And from what I’ve seen, I do not trust the United States government in its current form and I certainly don’t have any love for the Deep State—the American intelligence community dedicated to the Skull and Bones creed of global governance through constant panic and war.  Further, it is my strong conviction that without Julian Assange’s “WikiLeaks” organization, America would have fallen deeper into despair than it already has been.  WikiLeaks has done us a tremendous favor.  I’m happy that Pamela Anderson is taking care of Julian Assange—but honestly, the guy should be working for our American intelligence department—not being a fugitive from it.  Save Pamela some airfare and constant harassment through the TSA by letting her visit Julian in Washington D.C. or perhaps even at Langley.  Free Assange and put him to work for the good of everyone.

I’m sure it was more than just a fleeting sensation—I do get to travel around and see things, but by far the most exciting place I can remember seeing in this decade was the Ecuadorian Embassy in London just down the street from the great Harrod’s department store. I normally don’t pose for pictures but on that day I did, and it was one of my best days in London to date—because behind those windows just above my shoulders Julian Assange was captive under diplomatic conditions.  And Assange and his WikiLeaks was doing the job of holding off giant international governments without troops, or even the bureaucracy of a country to challenge everyone to stay honest. While we were there my family was a little mystified at my intense desire to see the place and after I explained it after they sort of “got it.”  I am convinced that if not for WikiLeaks our American media would clearly be gone.  There are few if any reporters who are willing to do any hard investigating without a bias, but through WikiLeaks we at least get raw information for that same media to chew on.

People who know me best also understand that I have a natural love for pirates—which confuses them, because I am a law and order guy. Pirates by their very nature break the rules and make new ones up as they go.  I see that process as healthy because under the terms of dynamic intellectualism we need dynamic forces to challenge static forces in order to institute healthy societal growth.  Put another way, the best way to not have too many mice contaminating your food supply is to get a cat that hunts down and kills the mice.  We want to have a certain level of mice as a species, just not enough to destroy our society with disease.  So cats even though they can be uncaring, selfish little bastards that spray smelly piss everywhere are necessary to keep down the varmint population. The Introduction of cats is a dynamic to the static population and behavior of mice.  The same holds true with our media, without competition, or intellectual challenges such as what we see with one party clearly dominating the kind of thinking that the press articulates, we have a very static situation.  So to keep them honest, and controlled we need a dynamic force.  Piracy in this case has a moral element that might be brutal to watch but the results are beneficial.  Julian Assange is a kind of pirate in many ways that Henry Morgan was during the golden age of pirates.  We don’t want the lawless behavior but what poured forth from the Morgan pirates was the freest country on earth—the United States roughly 100 years later after many thoughtful people took note of the kind of society Morgan created in Jamaica spawned the idea for America.  The United States wasn’t formed from law and order, it was created from a lawless leap for freedom—a dynamic force challenging the worldly “static” orthodox.

Under normal conditions in life, law and order is fine, but when you get too many mice—otherwise—too many disease infested varmints that roam through life unchallenged, you get an unhealthy stagnation that is detrimental to our existence. Pirates even though they live as lawless bandits serve as a challenge to static institutions that are about to fail under their own weight for lack of external competition.  The original Pirates of the Caribbean led by Henry Morgan under direct supervision of the King of England at the time invented something new.  It was rough and a lot wild, but ultimately it was healthy and we celebrate it today with romanticized movies and books on the subject.  But when it comes to international intelligence gathering for which the United States is the biggest player and has become over time—“too big to fail” and see themselves as “bigger” than the elected presidents of our republic—then a dynamic challenge is certainly in order.

Being a modern pirate doesn’t mean you have to wear a crazy hat or rape women during pillaging missions. It doesn’t mean you have to kill anyone or even be a villain dressed all in black.  But it does mean you are a dynamic force challenging the static patterns of our society and for that we all owe Julian Assange some thanks. That is precisely why I was excited to see the Ecuadorian Embassy in London out of all the cool things there is to do there—because behind that glass just over my shoulders was one of the greatest dynamic forces of any lifetime functioning for the first time in human history without any major troop network with minimal resources that was openly challenging the static corrosion that has infected all of our institutions around the world.

Many will say that Julian Assange is a criminal, that he’s “unpatriotic,” and that he’s a villain. I say he is a pure human being looking for honesty among a bunch of plague infested rats and he is the cat that has determined himself to catch and kill them for our benefit. It takes guts to challenge the world the way he has.  With his talent, reputation, and resources he would serve everyone better if he were sanctioned and not kept a fugitive.  Who cares what the media thinks about the issue.  They are part of that static problem—and they need to either be challenged and cured through competition, or they need to be utterly destroyed.  I mean if there wasn’t a Juilain Assange just think how terrible newspapers like The New York Times and The Washington Post would be left unchecked.  We’ve witnessed how Comey’s F.B.I ran as a partisan machine for the Democratic Party.  In many ways things are far worse than anybody imagined, but we only know that because WikiLeaks is there as a threat to expose the truth when these guys get caught.  And if they weren’t there, what cat out there would be around to catch these mice?  The answer of course is that there wouldn’t be.

Rich Hoffman

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The Washington Post Declares War Against America: Being the “Last Man Standing”

I knew we were going to arrive at this “pivot point” for several years now. It just wasn’t clear how we’d get here.  But even so, the results are astonishing–so far down the rabbit hole of liberal control America has been on as a country. Probably the most obvious shot across the stern of conservativism has been the removal of two major prime time shows for which perceived Trump supporters might enjoy, The O’Reilly Factor and the ABC comedy, Last Man Standing.  The obvious move by the heads of both networks was to unplug the Trump base from nurturing information in the form of entertainment for the exclusive objective of converting them to liberals—which isn’t going to happen.  I have until very recently never seen Last Man Standing but now that it’s been cancelled I’ve caught clips of it and was astonished that it was even on a Disney owned network.  However, the behavior of The New York Post and The New York Times regarding President Trump has been over the top.  Each day of this past week, since the firing of James Comey and the passage of the Obamacare repeal in the House has emerged stories from those two papers designed to tie up the cogs of government preventing Donald Trump from achieving anything more—and I thought it astonishing—even for these liberal radicals.  Because each of their stories involved really nothing of any substance, yet the wall to wall coverage didn’t fit the accusations.  Then there is this constant talk of impeachment.  Really?  After what we’ve become used to under the Obama White House these idiots in the liberal media actually think that type of thing will take root? If the media wants to talk about impeachment then they should look at their lack of action on the items discussed at this link then understand why nothing under Trump is going anywhere.  He hasn’t even been in office long enough to merit such discussion—yet this media thinks it can pick and choose law to support their political agenda and that makes them not just a nuisance, but dangerous.

http://www.wnd.com/2017/05/25-impeachable-obama-scandals-far-more-serious-than-comey-firing/

 

If liberals think that by removing Tim Allen and Bill O’Reilly from television is going to defang the conservative movement, they are grossly misinformed—and I suppose that is what is most shocking to me. I mean, listening to their very small issues for which The Washington Post is making so much rhetorical comment when they were completely silent in regards to actual known crimes committed by Hillary Clinton and Barack Obama, the motivations behind their actions are obvious.  They are in insurgent mode seeking to destroy and reshape The United States into some third-rate country and they expect to do it in full view of people like me—and that’s just not going to happen.

I’ve been thinking a lot lately about the constant reports from that same media about the possibility of North Korea shutting down the American power grid for months or years with cyber-attacks—which I don’t think is possible, but you never know. If such a thing would happen who would survive in America, the Berkley kids protesting everything in favor of communism or the rugged American individualists that Tim Allen played on television—the demographic type for which the show reached out to?  Within a week of a major power outage food will become a problem and people will start killing each other over it, so what would happen to that leftist utopian society under those conditions?  Obviously, it would fail quickly and all these stylish moves made by our technological society would revert back to primate behavior nearly over night. All the female CEOs of media companies would soon find themselves having to reprioritize their entire existence where food acquisition would become their number one concern—not whether or not ABCs lineup involved immigrant sit-coms as opposed to white men over 40 who cling to traditional American values.  All the tenets of progressive society where women have replaced men and those women have babies then turn them over to the state for their upbringing and education would fly out the window in less than a month.  The people who would survive most would be the gun carrying farmers of the Midwest.  Cities would fall to depravity and cesspools of murder quickly.

A society cannot credit itself as being successful or advanced if one little thing such as power loss could throw it into an unstable condition so fast. Yet the people fighting to erase the Trump Presidency want and expect to do exactly that—even down to attacking the entertainment options that such people enjoy.  That dear reader is a declaration of war and I take it that way.  What I’ve seen from our mainstream media is nothing less than a complete government take-over.  The Deep State was always much deeper than anybody thought and they are making themselves seen really for the first time.  I wanted this to happen and it was always my intention that the Trump presidency would expose these villains, but the depth of their activity has truly been shocking, which was revealed in all its glory over this past week.

So here is a little message to the people who run The New York Times, The Washington Post, CNN, NBC, ABC—all these leftist’s organizations—your media groups did not invent “conservatism.”  Even the great westerns which Hollywood produced in its finest years did not make American society conservative.  The people of this country were already that way by nature of the Constitution for which we function.  The media outlets of entertainment and news back then simply provided the kind of content that those types of people wanted.  What is happening now is that those same outlets believe that they are the creators, which is a mistake.  “We”—the Tea Party types, the NRA members, the farmers, the steel workers, the coal miners, the cowboys and the monster truck drivers—we put Trump in office as a last chance to fix the country from the lefty insurrection.  By taking away conservative news, television shows, books and movies, you think that this utopian folly of liberalism is going to take root–you have a hard lesson coming to you.  Conservativism is a philosophy derived from the essential ingredients of society whereas liberalism is a utopian theory untested against reality.  It exists in places like college campuses and big cities like New York where reality is often pushed away from people’s minds—but it doesn’t hold up to feeding the basics of foundation societal thinking.  Liberalism is one power outage away from being extinct from all human thinking and that is the hard truth.  Yet people like me—and there are millions who think the way I do—are not going to let things get to that point.  Trump was our preferred answer, but we can take it to violence if that’s what leftists want.  I can say this, I’m not going to put up with liberalism any more.

For years conservatives have looked the other way and been very inclusive in regard to people who think differently than they do. Even when we knew that there were crimes committed by Hillary Clinton we were angry, but we didn’t try to shut down reality the way these Washington Post writers are doing.  They expect to sell themselves as respectable journalists while everyone can see that they are just conducting hack jobs.  You’d have to be a complete idiot to think otherwise.  Liberals may in fact be that stupid, but I certainly am not and neither are many of the conservatives I know.  Conservative ideas are forged from the fires of reality—not theory.  It’s one thing to be compassionate toward other people’s opinions—even if they are stupid opinions.  But it’s quite another to yield to evil and turn away from the truth feeding villains to destroy our society.  I’m not going to stand for that—and it doesn’t matter if Bill O’Reilly or Tim Allen are on TV to tell me so—if the Trump experiment doesn’t work—the next step is violence and the liberals won’t like that.  They won’t last in that fight.  Before Trump was elected I was very close to organizing my own group to restore America back to greatness any way possible—and likely the 2nd Amendment would have been needed.  Yielding to liberals is simply not on the table.

Then there’s Trump, I know enough about him to know this—in this current fight in Washington D.C., he will be the Last Man Standing, which is likely the real fear that liberals have in regard to the white wealthy males they seek to destroy in order to change America into their progressive utopia.  Execs at ABC blame themselves for creating Trump, and the voters who elected him with shows like the Tim Allen comedy, but they give themselves too much assumption of power.  They don’t make us, we make them.  We decide if a media company is successful or fails.  It used to be they didn’t always come out and say to half the nation that they hated them.  They wanted people to watch their networks and read their newspapers so they kept politics as light as possible.  But now, now they’ve went and done it.  They’ve declared their hatred for us, they’ve not treated our guy in the White House with the respect that we at least showed their people over the many years, and now the gloves are off.  And it’s an insult to those of us who really are tough, and forged from reality to be cast into a stew with these liberal idiots and have them expect that they should rule over us in any way.  Even if they could manage somehow to impeach Donald Trump—what do they think would happen?  That we wouldn’t take revenge for their assault?  No, I figure they are lucky that they have Donald Trump—because he protects them from us.  We have hope that Trump can fix things in the D.C. culture.  If he can’t, then we’ll have to do it ourselves, and liberals certainly won’t like that.

Rich Hoffman

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Killing Bill O’Reilly: When attacked you always have to fight back–any way possible

He’s a little too New York liberal for me, but I like Bill O’Reilly quite a lot.  I watched him on Fox News for many years like a lot of other people and have enjoyed his books.  He’s a very smart guy and I think he’s the best that there is in the news business.  But sometimes he’s dead wrong and one of those times was when he advised Donald Trump to settle out of court to make the parade of women seeking an apology for sexually inappropriate behavior to go away so he could focus on winning the presidency. That is always the wrong move.  When these people come after you in every case you have to fight them.  It doesn’t matter if they are men or women—if they attack your reputation, you have to fight them.  In that regard Bill O’Reilly should have never settled the cases against him because the media used that as an admission of guilt and Fox News simply didn’t have the backbone to defend O’Reilly in public.   O’Reilly may have wanted to protect his family from long court cases where he’d eventually be proven “not guilty,” but having the money sitting in a bank account to make the problem go away, Bill did what he thought Trump should have done and that’s just pay the extortion to shut everyone up so he could do his work.  And that was the wrong move which was now obvious as Bill went on Glenn Beck’s radio show for the first time after being fired at Fox News to talk about the situation.

Bill O’Reilly being a nice old-fashioned guy is exactly the type of person that Saul Alinsky’s Rules for Radicals was designed to freeze and pummel in the court of public opinion.   Not that O’Reilly is a conservative, but compared to the extreme liberals of today, Bill is a traditional guy from an older time who believed that taking the high road would eventually pay off.  And in O’Reilly’s life, he was enormously successful so why would he do anything different?  But when the unthinkable happened and Fox News went soft and wouldn’t defend Bill, suddenly he was exposed.  These strategies have worked against conservative people for years because Saul Alinsky knew that decent people would always yield to evil due to the Christian premise of always turning the other cheek.  Alinsky didn’t believe in God, so that gave him and his followers a tremendous advantage over people like Bill O’Reilly who believed that by taking the high road that they’d always come out on top.

I’ve personally seen this process up close and many people whom I know have gone through it.  But I’m part of a new generation who have decided that we’re going to take this whole Rules for Radicals strategy head on and throw it back in their smudgy liberal faces.  And the way to do that is to not turn the other cheek.  If they come after you—you go get in their face and you fight them.  You start off legally and use the tools there to the extent you can.  But if that doesn’t work, then you hang the bastards’ upside down over a bridge and you skin them alive and make a metaphorical flag out of their hide.  You have to have that attitude to beat people who follow Saul Alinsky’s teachings which at this point are most of the people on the political left—most popularly Hillary Clinton herself.  You can’t beat those people being nice to them and you certainly can’t beat them with an intellectual argument because they aren’t interested in facts, charts or honor.  You have to take it out of their hide and when Bill O’Reilly settled, he admitted guilt and gave them everything they wanted—true or not.

The gains that the big government types have made over the years in both parties is with their forceful instance on admitting guilt from innocent people.  Even if innocence was the truth teller those gains have incorrectly advanced liberal thought and destroyed many aspects of American culture.  Once they have from you a confession, even if they beat it out of you by using your family and friends as hostages, then they own you forever and that’s why they throw in the case of Republicans like Trump a parade of women who would likely give a blow job on a sidewalk for the right amount of cash—to put a powerful person on the defensive and make them admit something against their will under duress.  That clearly was happening to Donald Trump during the election.  Nobody but maybe me and a few others I think thought he was right to fight back the way he did–which I had done on a much smaller scale in the Cincinnati media a few years prior.  Trump was the first to do such a thing at the level of the presidency and that was a relief.  Thankfully Donald Trump didn’t listen to Bill O’Reilly because if he had, the same thing would have happened.  When someone attacks you and you are fighting on the side of conservatism, you have to fight back.  You can’t do this turn the other cheek thing and expect to win any of these arguments.  The other side doesn’t believe in God—they are emphatically evil, and they will do anything to destroy anybody or anything that is in their way.  So you can’t play nice with them and unfortunately Bill O’Reilly has had to learn the hard way.

Right after Bill O’Reilly was taken off the air at Fox News the same lunatics turned their guns toward Sean Hannity who did the right thing and gassed up his defense.  He had the money to put some lawyers on retainer and he put them to work at attacking even small media outlets for falsehoods against his name—and that’s what you have to do.  Glenn Beck hasn’t held up too well over the years, his Blaze news outlet isn’t nearly as successful as it needs to be.  I’ve done my little things to help Beck and so have many others but Beck shifted toward the political center under great pressure and this fight wore him out—and that’s what the political left does. They beat on you until you either give up or you just are destroyed beyond hope—and in a lot of ways they managed to Kill Bill.  Bill O’Reilly played respectable with them and that gave the political left a way into his fortress to destroy everything he built over his many years of broadcasting.  And the political left needed the victory because time is running out for them with the successes of the Donald Trump Executive Branch—so they had to make their move now rather than later.  O’Reilly additionally made the mistake of telegraphing his response to the sex allegations when he advised Trump on the air to settle.  Insurgents at the George Soros funded outlets knew exactly how to get at Bill, all they needed were some washed up, do anything for money types to say publicly that they felt threatened and that was the end of Bill O’Reilly.

I do hope that O’Reilly takes Beck up on his job offer.  I’m not the biggest Beck fan these days—but he does have a media company that could use someone like Bill O’Reilly.  And if things took off it would stick the more centrist Fox News in the eye and contribute greatly to their downfall, which at this point obviously needs to happen.  There needs to be consequences for actions and the people running Fox News, the Murdoch boys, need to learn a lesson starting with their pocket-book.  That’s how you have to think about war, and this is war.  Don’t make any mistake about it.  In war, you have to be willing to take a life for a threat, an arm for a finger, and a tongue for a whisper. While I admire people who take the high road and try hard to live by Christian honor—I say if someone attacks you in any way you utterly destroy them.  Trump gets it, and listening to Bill O’Reilly on his radio interview with Glenn Beck I wish he would have not been so naive, because this experience has obviously hurt him.  He’s too good of a guy to suffer through that.  I’d like to see him get back on the horse and charge into battle once again.  But this time—don’t pay off the bitches.  Because that’s all they were—they put themselves out there for fame, fortune, but more than anything—the fantasies of insurrection.  Don’t settle court cases ever again.  Fight them until there is nothing else and make sure they are utterly destroyed—because that’s really the only way you can make them stop and do justice to our nation.  These people are villains and nothing else—and they deserve complete conquest without an ounce of sympathy.  That’s how you beat them which we must do if we want to keep America–America.

Rich Hoffman

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Bill Maher and Stephen Colbert Can’t Make it in the Real World: Understanding the nature of American culture and Donald Trump

This tendency of media personalities to think that by ankle biting at a president that they are protected behind some invisible barrier of orthodox is truly baffling. I didn’t think that when Obama called out people who got on his nerves like Glenn Beck and Sean Hannity in the past that it was wrong, and I certainly don’t think it’s wrong for Trump to call out losers like Stephen Colbert.  What makes Trump unique is that he is a president that does not desire to function behind some veil of formality.  To him the presidency is just a job—it doesn’t make him as a person.  Yet many like Colbert and his audience and the type of people who voted for Barack Obama in the past, want the presidency to be royalty in America and that’s just not the way we intended the position to be.  I like the idea of a Thomas Jefferson who would answer the front door to the White House in his bath robe personally, or a Teddy Roosevelt who would swim nude in the Potomac.  I’m not at all enchanted by the luxury of the White House so I don’t see that the presidency is above the ankle biters out there like Stephen Colbert who nightly rip on the new administration hoping to return American back toward the direction of progressivism.   I like a president who is willing to fight anybody at any time under any circumstances—so I love that Trump takes on losers like Colbert the way he does.

Few people really know it, but some of these late-night comedians who are most against Trump, such as Bill Maher and Jon Stewart, are little guys. TV makes them look bigger but in real life walking around the great American Midwest these guys would easily get their asses kicked by average sized pick-up truck driving, tobacco chewers who make up most of the green space between America’s cities—and it scares them. Bill Maher knows that he can’t walk into a Waffle House at 4 AM in Tennessee and run his mouth without becoming a hood ornament.  I mean the guy is only like 5’8” and Jon Stewart is even shorter than that.  So these guys are truly afraid of those bulky white males who still dominate American politics.  They have kiss assed their way onto television and now take pot shots at the American way of life for laughs from behind the protection of celebrity—and many of us are sick of it.  They are partly why someone like Trump was elected—because we—the people who have lived in and made America what it has been—which we like—we are tired of these puny little punks, communists, lunatic feminists and many others of having a foothold under the banner of “fairness” only to have them ankle bite at us and not expect to be punched back.

We get tired of being called “white trash” or “rich white males of privilege” and all that crazy European talk about class structure which has been specific to life in the aristocratic age. That is not the way of life in America.  In this country, we like a guy who was born in Queens who gambled big with some loan his father gave him and worked hard as hell to become a billionaire—and along the way took no shit from anybody and is even in the WWE Hall of Fame—as well as eventually becoming president.  We like a guy or girl who can be born anywhere with any family name and become rich if they are willing to work hard enough.  We know that not everyone makes it but we like having that dream of opportunity to aspire to each day.  That is what America is and what people like that shrimp Bill Maher fail to understand.  Stephen Colbert—a satire guy from Comedy Central who made his living making fun of Bill O’Reilly isn’t what people who eat at Lee’s Chicken in Trenton, Ohio aspire to become.  But Trump is.  So we love it when someone we like slams some puny punk like Colbert on television.  Trump is right, it helps his base tremendously. What Colbert and Maher are doing is just mean-spirited propaganda which is very unlike what the conservative critics of Obama were doing.

Sean Hannity has put the screws to liberals for years and before him it was Rush Limbaugh both of which have been viciously attacked over just because they offer an intellectual argument against liberalism. Barack Obama naturally didn’t like it and as president he abused his power on many occasions to put an end to them if he could.  Obama actually used the White House to try and crush them through regulation, media pressure, and advertiser boycotts—not directly of course, but indirectly—through other people, donors, and media types.  And even if you are one of the stupid people who did vote for Obama, anybody with half a brain would have to admit the guy was very shady.  Scandal followed him everywhere and that wasn’t the fault of Republicans who were always there to point it out.  The scandals were so intense that he essentially destroyed the Democratic Party because congressman lost their seats, senators were voted out of office and Republicans replaced Democrats as governors all over the country.  And of course there was the 2016 election where Republicans retook the White House.  Trump ran a good campaign, but it was essentially that Democrats who had nobody competitive to put up as a sequel to Obama who lost the election, and they knew it.   Out of all the talent they supposedly had on the liberal side of the ball from George Clooney the actor to Warren Buffett, they only managed to put up a beat up old woman in Hillary Clinton chained to countless crimes and they lost the election because of that decision.  Their failure was complete with the rise of Trump.

They continue to lose because they got caught trying to take America away from the population that built it. There is nothing wrong with having an inclusive culture where people of all different nationalities and sexes can succeed together, but Democrats are out to destroy “white males” and that is something many take very personally.  I know I do.  When these various liberal groups come out openly for my destruction—yeah, I get a little angry about it.  So when Trump pushes back on my behalf, he certainly wins my support.  If people like Colbert and Maher had kept their mouths shut, it might not have been so bad.  But they pressed and pressed and pressed until people had enough, and Trump was the result—and they better get used to it.

The next step of course is that if we don’t have Trump as a recourse, then things might have to get nasty. They can only stand on the stage for so long hidden behind television security before people start giving it back to them worse than they have.  I think in many ways they should be thankful that they live in a nation where we have elections instead of armed insurrections because little midgets like those guys wouldn’t last long.  It’s easy to talk tough on a stage in front of a friendly audience in New York and L.A.  But it’s quite another to sit next to truck drivers, strippers, and hard luck old farmers at Waffle House at 4 AM and tell them you have big plans for their lives that were formulated by the United Nations two decades ago.  Because those people will beat the shit out of you and feed you to the dog.  That is the real America and I love it!

Rich Hoffman

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What Draining the Swamp Looks Like: How stupid people created it to begin with

Speaking from experience—a lot of experience—the reality of why former FBI director James Comey was even playing with the idea of investigating a mythical Russian—U.S. Presidential election tampering story in 2016 was simply to keep his job. Everyone knows that the Russians were not in a position to have any impact on the election process which put Donald Trump in the White House leaving Democrats to make up some story that might trick financial contributions to continue to come in to their party—because after all, nobody is going to give money to a bunch of idiots which the Democrats certainly are.  And James Comey making many mistakes in the investigation of Hillary Clinton’s email problems needed to find some way to stay in power during a political shift in the White House, so he went along with this made up Russian story as a way to box in President Trump from firing him.  In government where they never fire anybody for anything they don’t think normal people can see through these schemes.  But in the private sector, we see it all the time and the best of us are trained to root it out.  I just happen to be one of those people.  James Comey was using the Democratic cover story to attempt to keep his job because he figured Trump would never make the move for fear of the optics.  Unfortunately for Comey, Trump is also one of those guys, and he rooted out the hypocrisy and fired the director of the FBI anyway—as he should have all along.

When James Comey asked for “resources” to investigate the Russian story among senators last week, he was planting the seeds deeper to prevent Trump from firing him because he saw the writing on the wall. Guilty people do this kind of thing all the time so it shouldn’t come as a shock to anyone.  What’s different is that Trump rooted it out in a way that people just aren’t used to in Washington D.C.  Democrats needed a straw man in Comey to blame and ride to support their Russian story, which Comey was happy to give them to keep his job.  After all Comey thought that Trump would never dare to fire a person who might be investigating him—how would that look?  Just for thinking in that way Comey deserved to be fired, and Trump did the right thing—just as any good private sector manager of any kind would have done.  When Trump fired Comey he took all that away from the Democrats and they are not happy about it.

This is what it sounds like to drain the swamp which James Comey was clearly one of the plugs holding back the metaphorical water. The swamp level in that K-Street culture allowed for many crazy creatures to remain hidden behind the mess, but with the water drained, there is no place for them to hide which is why they are suddenly all angry—including the liberalized mainstream media that is also part of the drain holding back all the water.  But taking away the Comey blame game, the media has no place to build a story with to even support their “Russian” hacking dialog designed to carry away people’s minds from the facts at hand.  The Democrats engaged in actual illegal activity, which was supported by the former president of the United State, Barack Obama.  Many people should have gone to jail—even in the media—and Comey was their cover story.  Now that has been ripped away and they are all naturally terrified.  That’s why we voted for Trump.

I worked on the Trump campaign and I actually had a chance to meet him a few times during the primary run. I’m an excellent judge of character and can say with quite emphatically that Trump is a good person.  I’m not one to drool over celebrity or power—but I can tell a lot about people by shaking their hand and looking them in the eye, and Trump ran for president for all the right reasons.  Compared to me, Trump is not a conservative, but as a businessman, he understands better than most the basic functions of a capitalist society and that makes him alone qualified to be president of the United States.  He had the age and financial means to make that run—and the energy so he had my vote early in the game and so far he hasn’t disappointed me in the least.  Trump is doing a great job—and at the levels I would have expected from him.  And in working with the campaign and knowing the people who were involved on the ground level I can say that the Russians had nothing to do with any of Trump’s success.  It was the hard work of the people in the trenches who worked extremely hard on his behalf in the states critical to his win in the electoral college.  There was a lot of passion for him, but very little for Hillary Clinton.  After all, she was a criminal.

The big secret behind why most people seek power and influence is that they have in their minds a deep psychosis lacking self-control and they desire to alleviate that shame by ruling over others. Most of the people involved in this Comey story are those types of people, from the politicians to the media reporting these events—to the law enforcement personnel involved. In the private sector as opposed to public those most successful in the managing of people are those who understand that making products and money is more important than having the ability to mess with people’s lives as some sort of supervisor.  People bad at being a boss usually fail to fight off the temptations to use the fear of one’s job to steer employees in a desired direction.  For such people the role of “boss” then becomes a testament in validating power that is missing from their strategic life and greatly affects every aspect of their lives.  You can see them in every industry but especially in politics where chicken shit people tend to be attracted to the power they can acquire over others on a tax payer funded expedition through the halls of nameplates.   Without any merit at all by only through popularity they gain the ability by the masses to rule over others which for such insecure people is the ultimate “high.”

Trump’s entire success through the years has been the opposite of that type of insecure politician. Trump’s Apprentice show on NBC was all about success through merit instead of popularity and this is something completely foreign to James Comey who climbed the ladder at the FBI doing all the right things and saying precisely the type of chatter insecure no-nothing politicians like to hear to justify what they think is action.  The media industry and Washington D.C. politics in general is full of bad boss types, people who let co-workers sleep their way into power, or will bend over on ethical guidelines to acquire more leverage to obtain more power—and that is what makes up this swamp which needs to be drained.  What Trump is bringing to Washington is the type of leadership he possessed in the private sector for which he was so good at it that he became a television celebrity.  But none of the other people involved from Comey, the senators and the media have any merit in their lives that allow them to provide natural leadership in what they do.  They are addicted to power and know of no other definitions for which to live.

So Comey played the game the way he thought would keep his nice government job intact—but he made the wrong moves when it came to Trump. Trump saw through it where others didn’t and the FBI director lost his job because he screwed up. Comey did a bad job and he tried to hold on to power the way people who earn their jobs without merit all do—through passive-aggressive extortion.  Comey hoped that by announcing he was investigating the Russian story which would appease the weak-kneed senators and media power climbers with language they understood that Trump would never dare risk the optics of firing him. But he was wrong.  Trump did what Trump has done for years, he acted based on merit and Comey didn’t fit the profile of a Trump type of employee.  Comey gave immunity when he didn’t need to in regard of the Clinton case, he destroyed evidence (lap tops, etc) and he tried to play both sides against the middle during an election year essentially to save his job with dirty laundry he hoped to hang over anybody’s head who won the presidency.  So for all that and more, we was fired by a guy who made his living best by firing people over a forty year career in one of the hardest industries there is to be successful at.  And Comey and the Democrats outraged by all this can only blame themselves.

Rich Hoffman

 CLIFFHANGER RESEARCH & DEVELOPMENT

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James Comey, “You’re Fired”: The Democrats are out of bullets

I said it before and I’ll say it again about James Comey the now former director of the FBI, I think he got caught up in the politics of a presidential election and blew it. He knew he had a president who wanted him to view the law with different lenses depending on who was involved and he had an attorney general who was personal friends with the Democratic nominee for the presidency during an election year and he was expected to cover up anything related to impropriety regarding her.  But, he also had a bunch of law enforcement people working under him who expected rule of law to be applied so under the pressure of all these elements he stepped out of his normal role and had all these press conferences which were unprecedented and had very loose lips in public which ultimately led to his firing.  Part of me feels sorry for him, but his first act which led directly to this firing was when he blew the Clinton case just after the Fourth of July of 2016 by not prosecuting her.  If he really wanted to protect the rule of law, he should have recommended charges against Clinton and let Loretta Lynch be the one to play politics.  At least at that point, he could have legitimately said he did everything he could.

If you really want to see what liars the Democrats are watch Chuck Schumer’s comments about the Comey firing—because it shows the gross hypocrisy of their political party. Democrats wanted to blame Comey for Hillary Clinton losing the election even though they failed to admit to themselves that it was she and her unruly behavior which put their whole party in jeopardy during her presidential run.  But Democrats needed a cover story for why they were so bad and they wanted this Russian story to somehow stick to Trump hoping to slow down his presidency with conspiracy—attempting to link him to the failed Nixon administration by behavior—and it just doesn’t fly.  Trump is far smarter than Nixon and he doesn’t need to break the law to get elected into office.  Trump certainly didn’t need the Russians.  When Trump fired Comey it put the Democrats out front speaking both ways about it which really made them look stupid—as a party.  Even though the original failure was at their pick for president—they couldn’t take responsibility for it and have been using a mythical Russian hacking story to attempt to explain away all their other failures.

Hillary Clinton lost because she sucked as a person and even worse as a political candidate. All the celebrities in the world couldn’t help her because she was a terrible person that was fundamentally unlikable.  Even with the media eating out of her hand she couldn’t pull it off and that’s why the Democrats have to believe there was some kind of Russian tampering—but in reality the answer was staring at them in the face.  Everything they believe that worked in elections proved to be false and Trump exposed it for all future campaigns to take note of.  They can’t adapt to it because they have over 100 years of static behavior which prevents them from change fast enough to be relevant again.  That means that they will lose more seats in 2018 and even more in 2020—so all they have is the hope that people will believe this Russian story and that Comey was fired because he was investigating it.

Comey was fired because he did a bad job at the highest level and that’s what’s supposed to happen. I know it’s a new concept to Washington D.C. to see anybody fired over anything—but this is what should happen when an employee of any kind does a bad job.  After watching the Obama administration use the Black Panthers to utilize voter intimidation, then lie to cover up the Fast and Furious scandal through “executive privilege,” push through nominees during congressional recess, lie about the Benghazi terrorist attack, and then use of the IRS to target conservative groups—along with countless other small abuses of government over the last eight years—we’ve seen it all and Democrats were to blame.  That is why they lost power and Trump’s Republicans now have it.  And after all that, nobody believes that the Russians hacked the election due to a deal with Trump to acquire power.  That just didn’t happen.  Even if it did, James Comey wouldn’t be the one to conduct the investigation.  In a city that rewarded bad behavior, most epically with the testimony of Lois Lerner and how the IRS abused its power when she took the fifth in front of congress, Washington D.C. isn’t used to seeing justice enacted.  However, under this new day under the Trump administration, they better get used to it.  What did they expect from a guy who gained celebrity status on television by saying, “you’re fired.”  That’s one of the reasons we voted for Trump—was to clean out people like Comey who were obviously wrong for the job so to restore to working order the institutions of our government into the condition they were intended.

James Comey personified what was wrong with Washington D.C, on the surface he appeared to be very competent and helpful—almost Boy Scout like, but in his actions he proved to be a political activist who processed the law not with blindfolds, but with eyes wide open as to how it might play out in political theater, and over time he developed quite a love for the cameras and he used his position to step around the process and get in front of them often. Trump was right about Comey, he was the best thing that could have happened to Hillary Clinton because if he had done his job in the first place—way back in July of 2016, Hillary would have been arrested before the DNC convention and a new candidate could have been nominated by the Democrats who could have then ran against Trump.  Because he didn’t the situation lingered into the election which of course it did hurt Hillary Clinton.  But she was a flawed candidate from the start and the Democrats were so weak that they invested in a flawed person anyway—knowing the risks.  Now that they’ve all been caught they’ve created a phony story about Russians and scandals—none of which hold any water, hoping to stay in the game just a little longer.  But their time has passed.

Liberalism is dying around the world and a new fashion of thought is emerging that is much more traditional. The evidence is everywhere, from millennial women seeking to date as a demographic, older men double their age—because of the maturity problem with younger men—to the financial collapse of virtually every city in the world that has adopted Agenda 21 strategies.  Now that all the costs are due and the intentions of the implementation absolute failures, liberalism is being blamed and that is the biggest problem the Democratic Party has in America.  It’s not James Comey’s fault.  James Comey just did a bad job by putting his priorities in the wrong place and got caught playing the game of politics when he should have been blind to it.  The first time I noticed it was when the FBI was investigating San Bernardino’s radical Islamic terrorist situation where he was slow to call it a terrorist act—out of a direct favor to President Obama.  Comey was fired for weakening the FBI—and that’s all there is to it.  We should just be happy that finally there is a president in Washington D.C. who can make a clear decision on such matters.  Because that will go a long way to solving the real problems.

Rich Hoffman

 CLIFFHANGER RESEARCH & DEVELOPMENT

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