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Against the Centralized Powers in Bureaucracy, DC

Robert Wenzel discusses how some libertarians are joining the chorus in calling for the feds to use antitrust laws to investigate social media companies including Google and Fakebook. Among other things, Wenzel states:

It is particularly absurd for libertarians, who should be anti-government to their core, to call on the government to help them in their battles. These “libertarians” don’t get the essence of liberty. They do not understand the problem of government. That government central control of any kind creates a power source that the worst in society will work to control and over time do.

And that those libertarians should grow up.