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Published On: Sat, Feb 10th, 2018

Ben Shapiro calls Ron Paul ‘alt-right’, ‘anti-semitic’: Dave Smith and Tom Woods respond

At a recent speech and Q & A, popular conservative podcaster and commentator, Ben Shapiro took a question from someone in the audience who asked him about former Texas Congressman and “philosopher”, Dr Ron Paul.

Ron Paul at the 2007 National Right to Life Convention, held at Crown Center Hyatt Regency in Kansas City, MO; June 15, 2007 photo/ R Deyoung via Wikicommons

Shapiro went on an initially strong, then more luke-warm rebuke of Paul calling him an anti-semite and calling him and then saying he attracted the “alt-right”.

On the Jan. 30 episode of “Part of the Problem”, host Dave Smith and historian, Dr Tom Woods analyze and critique Shapiro’s statement.

The discussion starts at the 13: 20 mark. Listen below:

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  1. Pareto says:

    No amount of cucking is ever enough for Jews. They will always attack anyone who doesn’t completely tow their line 110%. If you only tow the Jewish 109%, that makes you an anti-Semite in Jewish eyes.

  2. Hugh Smith says:

    I stand with Ron Paul.

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