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Independent candidate Tami Stainfield was born and raised in New Hampshire. After high school, she left New Hampshire to enroll at Indiana State University, where she received an athletic scholarship in field hockey and was eventually awarded a Bachelor of Science in Computer Science. After graduation, Stainfield spent eighteen years working and living in nine different states, with careers in banking, education, healthcare, IT, building automation and energy conservation. Today, she is living in Charleston, West Virginia.
Stainfield also traveled the world, visiting no less than 29 countries, including South Africa, where she received a Masters in Development from the Political Studies, Department of The University of Witwatersrand in Johannesburg. She states that visits to so many different countries gave her a perfect opportunity to study “people’s” opinion on culture, business and politics, as well as their perception of correlation between these factors.
Cornerstone of Stainfield’s political program is Supreme Court definition of liberty, which defines liberty as “… not merely freedom from bodily restraint, but also the right of the individual to contract, to engage in any of the common occupations of life … and generally to enjoy those privileges long recognized at common law as essential to the orderly pursuit of happiness by free men … “ She presents herself as Anti-Globalist, and also criticizes party-based politics of United States, which is in her opinion, leading the country to “oligarchy and authoritarian principles”. One of the videos on Tami Stainfield’s YouTube channel shows one monologue of hers, featuring subject of mind control, which according to her, is an instrument widely used for forcing individuals to reason and behave in a certain way.
Tami Stainfield on brain and body science, and the 18-month occupation of her brain.