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Sunday, April 23, 2017

Ron Paul ATTACKED By The CATO Institute - Claims He's Not A Libertarian

Ron Paul ATTACKED By The CATO Institute - Claims He's Not A Libertarian - YouTube





   



Josh Sigurdson reports on the recent attacks on Dr. Ron Paul by the CATO Institute's VP Brink Lindsey who has been claiming publicly that Ron Paul is a "hideous corruption of libertarian ideals."
Lindsey has been a vocal supporter of war and a loud statist supporting globalist trade deals while claiming Ron Paul is a "conspiracy theorist" or being against governmental "free" trade.
Lindsey also went on a Twitter rant claiming Murray Rothbard created an "ugly illiberal streak" among libertarians before Ron Paul.
According to Brink Lindsey, Ron Paul is also a xenophobe.

The CATO Institute has been quickly losing its relevance in recent years due to their left wing take on libertarian ideas. By the socialist-libertarian standards of centuries ago, CATO may be libertarian, but certainly not by the small government, liberty minded ideals of the past hundred years.
Despite Lindsey's claims that Ron Paul is equivalent to Trump, Lindsey's rants are clearly unhinged and ridiculous.
Ron Paul doesn't support globalist governmental trade agreements, therefor he support the libertarian viewpoint. Ron Paul does not support war and policing the world, therefor he supports the libertarian viewpoint. And this absurd notion that Ron Paul is a racist or xenophobe is based on someone else's editorial in a newsletter in the early 1990s breaking down the stupidity of the rise of the SJW culture in the United States.
Ron Paul, we're quite sure is proud to be called a conspiracy theorist as it's the opposition's response these days to anyone who questions the narrative. Critical, objective thought is one of the most important parts of breaking down information. He's not just making things up neither. Dr. Paul has been vindicated over and over again for decades. His "What If" speech from 2002 is yet another example of this vindication.

Libertarianism and voluntaryism is on the rise and these establishment so-called libertarians are falling apart at the seams.

The CATO Institute's days are over.

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