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Sunday, September 13, 2020

The #HollowNet- #RepealThe17th & #MakeTheSenateGreatAgain, Ben Sasse was Right.

On this week's #HollowNet Matt breaks down Senator Ben Sasse's Op-Ed in the Wall Street Journal: #MakeTheSenateGreatAgain and details how state legislative appointment of US Senators creates more meaningful representation than a direct vote. The United States IS NOT A DEMOCRACY nor was it ever intended to be, and the 17th Amendment stripped the Senate of it's value, it should be repealed. Matt also shares his impressions of 9/11 growing up just down-river in New Jersey...

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Saturday, September 5, 2020

The #HollowNet- Facebook's #KenoshaHatTrick

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Monday, August 31, 2020

Not #TrumpRiots or #BidenRiots. They're #StatesRiots; They Belong To The Governors


#Trump? #Biden? No, neither. Our Governors are to blame. Restoring order just isn't in their interest. They'd rather keep you afraid.

Portland, Minneapolis, Kenosha, Seattle, Scottsdale, Chicago, Indianapolis, Austin, Washington D.C. These once great American cities have become synonymous with looting, burning and rioting in 2020. Joe Biden and Vox (and many other outlets) would have you believe that President Trump is to blame, meanwhile President Trump and many on the right would have you remember Joe Biden and Kamala Harris for emboldening rioters by actually paying their bail and promising not to call out the National Guard.

Each side has their talking points, but to put it bluntly: Trump is no more responsible than Biden for this particular sh*t show. If you're looking for someone to blame, the owners of this mess are extremely clear: The Governors who've allowed this tragic escalation of violence to continue. Not out of concern for the "peaceful protesters" mind you, but for the far more cynical causes of cowardice and political expediency.

Let's take the Governor of Oregon for example:

Kate Brown, Governor of Oregon.

Few political feuds have the length and depth of that between Governor Kate Brown and President Donald Trump some 120 days and counting.

“For the last several years, and escalating in recent months, President Trump has encouraged division and stoked violence. It happened in Charlottesville. It happened in Kenosha. And now, unfortunately, it is happening in Portland, Oregon,” she said. “But despite the President’s jeers and tweets, this is a matter of life and death,”- gov. 
At every turn, despite her attempts to place President Trump's twitter account in the crosshairs, Governor Brown is the only figure with the uncontested power to bring the riots in Oregon to a swift, decisive and far less costly (in lives and dollars) conclusion. As Governor, she has exclusive command of Oregon's State Police and National Guard, and should she find herself unable to bring the situation under control: she and only she can request the President of the United States use the federal military to restore order. It is not the she is unable, the trouble is that she appears unwilling.
 "Section 9. Governor as commander in chief of state military forces. The Governor shall be commander in cheif [sic] of the military, and naval forces of this State, and may call out such forces to execute the laws, to suppress insurection [sic], or to repel invasion. Section 10. Governor to see laws executed. He shall take care that the Laws be faithfully execute" -The Constitution of the State of Oregon

The situation is Oregon is replicated across Washington, Minnesota, Wisconsin, Illinois, Indiana and on a smaller scale in cities like Austin and Washington D.C. All have Governors (or Mayors, some both) who due to their political self interests and the interests of the national figures whom they wish to curry favor from have abdicated their sworn duties to their constituents and constitutions. These failures to act represent not only an impeachable offense for each official (Governor Brown only just survived a recall attempt, likely to be the first of many), but these failures and the resulting damage and deaths may rise above the protections of qualified immunity and constitute Criminal Negligence

 Enough political grandstanding by our Presidential candidates, enough evasion by our State officials! They need defer to no-one but their constituents! 

Any conservative, libertarian or constitutionalist worth his or her salt knows, lives & breathes the Tenth Amendment and should know: it's not only about States' Rights, but States' responsibilities! Our States and our Governors are responsible for domestic security first and foremost, the federal government is only, ONLY empowered to act when the States' means are overcome. However, when the State governments REFUSE to act, then it falls to us, to the citizens to act. INITIATIVE, REFERENDUM, RECALL, SUE & VOTE. 

It may be that President Trump and the federal Government are compelled to act against the will of the Governors to protect American citizens under the Insurrection Act of 1807, but this should always be the last resort, this isn't what anyone should want.

"A government big enough to give you everything you want, is a government big enough to take away everything that you have." Senator Barry Goldwater, 1964

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Saturday, August 29, 2020

The #HollowNet- What If There Is No Clear Winner? #Election2020

With the results of the #Election2020 potentially thrown into serious doubt due to wide-spread #MailInVoting carried out by a USPS at odd with #Trump and who's union has endorsed #Biden. Not to mention de facto #VoterSupression vis a vis #COVID19. What could really happen if we don't have a clear winner in this election?

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Thursday, August 27, 2020

#KyleRittenhouse GoFundMe For Legal Defense Taken Down

The GoFundMe campaign "Help Us Free Kyle" created by  Kyle Rittenhouse's father Tom Rittenhouse has been taken down according to various tweets and media reports. The #HollowNet confirmed this as of 7AM PST 8/27/20. “Please, help me save our son Kyle! He did nothing wrong, he is being railroaded by the state,” the preview for the campaign read prior to it's deletion.

Gabriel Keane of reported:

 A GoFundMe page raising legal defense funds for 17-year-old Kyle Rittenhouse, who video suggests shot two men in self defense Tuesday during the Kenosha riots but has been charged with first-degree murder, has been removed from the site within minutes of going live.

Users who wanted to donate to the page were greeted by a message that read “We’re sorry, but that campaign cannot be found.”'s Elijah Schaffer (Image credit above) has provided continuous coverage of the developing chaos in Kenosha, WI and given crucial context to the events leading up to the shooting that took place during the Kenosha riots on August 25th. Extensive video records exist from multiple sources which leave very little room for creative interpretation of what appears to be a defensive shooting.

GoFundMe and the Mainstream media at large have clearly rendered judgement on the case which is still under investigation. In a politically/socially motivated decision GoFundMe has continued and even promoted the campaigns supporting the families of rioters Anthony Huber and Joseph Rosenbaum who were killed in the shooting.

It appears that in the court of public opinion as adjudicated by the Twitter mob, GoFundMe and multiple Mainstream media outlets. Kyle Rittenhouse has been found guilty.


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Saturday, August 22, 2020

The #HollowNet- #LiberalPrivilege is Political Bigotry


On this week's #HollowNet we're talking about #LiberalPrivilege. No, not #DonaldTrumpJr.'s new book (that doesn't drop until Aug 25th), no we're talking about what #LiberalPrivilege really is: Political #Bigotry or #Politicism as Matt calls it. You can't and shouldn't discriminate against someone for race, creed, color, sex or national origin, but apparently the #Leftists can discriminate against #Conservatives & #Libertarians all day?

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