It's time again to answer questions from you, my vigilant fans! Got a question for the Governor? Sound off at Ora.tv/OffTheGrid.
Patrick Bleaney asks: You have said for years that it doesn't matter who the leader is because their allegiance is to the party (or gang). Why is Sanders different?
Sanders is different because he’s not a part of the Democratic Party. He’s an Independent who chose to enter the Democratic primary because he knew he’d never get in the debates. He knew he would never get the media coverage that would be required to make a run for the presidency.
So joining the Democratic Party was a brilliant tactical move. If he remained an Independent, no media would pay attention to him whatsoever. He'd be on the outside looking in. Just like Green Party candidate, Dr. Jill Stein, who is facing that problem right now.
Both Trump and Bernie made a smart move so they could infiltrate the two gangs.
Brian Thornton from New York asks: Do you think that the voting machines are going to be rigged since the powers that be are opposed to having a Trump or Sanders in office?
They could be. If you have electronic voting machines, any electronic voting machine can be hacked into like any computer.
That’s why I love the state of Minnesota. We still have ballots where you have to fill in the dark circle. If you’re incapable of doing that you shouldn’t be voting anyway.
We don’t need these electronic voting machines. Sometimes modernization isn’t good. And in the case of voting, the old way is the best way in my opinion.
Peter Bohm from CO asks: Since the media is bought and sold and can’t be trusted anymore, you have gone on the Web. Do you think it is possible that the Web will become a "problem" eventually and will be regulated in some way?
The web is already a problem because you don’t know if what you’re getting is true or not. You have to make that decision when you watch things on the web.
Are they trying to get control of the web? Absolutely they are. The president has a switch right now where he can shut it off. In the case of national emergency he can shut down every computer in the country and you won't be able to communicate with anybody. That’s control.
So they already have it. They’re just trying to get the day-by-day control of it. And they won’t rest until they do because if you control that, you control people. It’s that simple.
John Lind from Texas asks: How can you support Donald Trump when he says we should kill traitors like Edward Snowden!?
Trump’s wrong. Trump is wrong on the border too. But you have to remember it’s the big picture I’m looking at. He’s breaking up the two party monopolies. That is the most important thing to do right now. It’s more important than all the rest.
The most important thing is to get the money out of politics. Bernie Sanders and Donald Trump are like a breath of fresh air in both of their presidential runs. That’s what we need more than anything else.
I can disagree with Donald on plenty of issues but I agree with what he’s doing.
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