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Libertarians have 2020 vision

Posted by M. C. on December 29, 2020

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Scott Horton proves the truism that Libertarians can clearly see both sides of partisan issues. Scott Horton and Pete Quinones sat down to review 2020. Here’s a peek at what they discussed.ImpeachmentWhat’s going on in Ukraine?Trump was impeached over UkraineBiden’s unqualified son worked in UkraineBiden fired the prosecutor of his son’s company in UkraineA Ukrainian testified at Trump’s impeachment trialA U.S. Ambassador was caught picking Ukraine’s prime ministerIt all comes back to Ukraine. Listen to Scott connect the pieces.
COVID 19Most of us agreed that “15 days to flatten the curve” was reasonable. But forced lockdowns are un-American. The Left think that the virus spreads through disobedience to the state.The Right think virus is not serious, and so precaution is thrown to the wind.Scott argues that there’s irrationality on all sides. Listen to his prediction on why the worst is yet to come.George FloydGeorge Floyd’s death almost became the U.S. government’s worst nightmare. Then we got divided against each other, instead of united against the state.Find out what went wrong, and why it still matters, to left-wingers and right-wingers.Stolen ElectionTrump was framed for treason, and half the country thinks the election was stolen. But Scott makes a good argument that Trump’s loss is his own fault.
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