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The Capitol Riots and the Coming "Counterrevolution"

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Democrats and anti-Trump GOP leaders are calling the Capitol riot a "coup" and "treason." This is in part because if Washington politicians can portray the riot as a grave threat, they can use the riot as an excuse to greatly expand federal power. Additional Reading "There Is No Such Thing as Treason" by Ryan McMaken: https://Mises.org/RR_49_01 "The Capitol Riot Wasn’t a Coup. It Wasn't Even Close." by Ryan McMaken: https://Mises.org/RR_49_02 Be sure to follow Radio Rothbard at https://Mises.org/RadioRothbard, and subscribe on your favorite podcast platform. Find free books, daily articles, podcasts, lecture series, and everything about the Austrian School of economics, at https://Mises.org.

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Democrats and anti-Trump GOP leaders are calling the Capitol riot a "coup" and "treason." This is in part because if Washington politicians can portray the riot as a grave threat, they can use the riot as an excuse to greatly expand federal power. Additional Reading "There Is No Such Thing as Treason" by Ryan McMaken: https://Mises.org/RR_49_01 "The Capitol Riot Wasn’t a Coup. It Wasn't Even Close." by Ryan McMaken: https://Mises.org/RR_49_02 Be sure to follow Radio Rothbard at https://Mises.org/RadioRothbard, and subscribe on your favorite podcast platform. Find free books, daily articles, podcasts, lecture series, and everything about the Austrian School of economics, at https://Mises.org. The Capitol Riots and the Coming "Counterrevolution"
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