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  1. Andrew Bernstein has (as well as speaking out strongly against election fraud, CRT, and the Left, in general)...For example: "Stand up, America! Speak out! Get vaccinated or not as your best judgment tells you—I am. But resist to the end, the government’s attempt to force vaccination on healthy adults who reject it. The same regarding any proposed lockdowns. Are unvaccinated persons a threat to vaccinated ones? Even if they are, they constitute a vastly lesser threat than a nanny state government moving toward totalitarianism." https://www.facebook.com/andrew.bernstein.94/posts/10165769365045346 "It is difficult to fathom that there are still intelligent people who deny the widespread voter fraud of the 2020 presidential election. Are they not looking at the evidence? How many dead people voted—how many people voted in a state they no longer lived in—how many votes were received from phony addresses, and so forth. An honest person loses credibility if they deny boatloads of such evidence. "Further, Ayn Rand taught us to integrate, to synthesize a given data point into the wider knowledge we hold. This is the Democrats of whom we speak, the party that controls the notoriously corrupt big city machines, that has cheated egregiously in the past—Richard Daley, Chicago, 1960, anyone? When they regard Trump as evil, are we to expect that they would blanch at any transgression that would enable them to remove him from office? They would stop at nothing to defeat Trump. " https://www.facebook.com/andrew.bernstein.94/posts/10164695215855346
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  2. The Radical for Capitalism sounds like the apologist for Statism. Michael, Capitalism and economics I thought was Brook's strong suit, now I have my doubts. (Meantime, I've not heard a mainstream Objectivist scholar come out unambiguously against vaxx mandates. Too unpopular a cause for them to be seen to take sides with?)
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  3. Yaron Brook @yaronbrook · Nov 6, 2020 "The application of reason to the creation of human values -- Ingenuity, innovation, creativity, the ability to produce freely based on them, and to keep the rewards of our creation -- this is what we must fight for!" Yup, true. For a 'product' that the individual willingly pays for himself on the open market, not one bought and distributed free (and coerced upon those who don't want or need the product) by Governments. Govt. intervention and crony Pharma - "this is what we must fight for!" Hmmm.. "Vaccines will increase the global GDP by trillions of dollars"? Artificially. The (inflationary)power of the printing press.
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  4. Nurses at Minnesota Town Hall Meeting
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  5. Economics in one wesson
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