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Ron Paul Reveals Exact Date Americans ‘Lost’ Their Government in New Interview With Tucker Carlson

In a recent episode of his new show, Tucker Carlson welcomed Ron Paul as a special guest.

During their conversation, the former Texas congressman shared a specific date that he believes marked a significant turning point in our government, referring to it as a “coup” where we lost our government.

During the discussion, Paul, a seasoned Texas congressman and former presidential candidate, delved into his extensive career and shared his perspective on how his Libertarian-leaning views align with Congress.

However, he also recounted a pivotal moment when he felt that “the republic is gone.”

“The date I saw it was concrete that there was a coup, and we lost our government was on November 22,” Paul remarked to Carlson.

On November 22, 1963, a tragic event unfolded in Dallas, Texas – the assassination of John F. Kennedy.

“That was 60 years ago and our lawmakers never talk about it,” Carlson said in response.

Paul strongly asserts that the CIA was directly responsible for the assassination.

Paul expressed his optimistic outlook despite his concerns about a potential coup within the U.S. government and his dissatisfaction with the composition of Congress.

“I tell people you’re not going to get 12, 24, or even 100 new members of Congress. The system is embedded with bankruptcy and corruption that that’s not going to work, but I’m still an optimist,” Paul concluded.

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