Comment: If people in the liberty movement were not at liberty to

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If people in the liberty movement were not at liberty to

express their views, no matter what, would it really be a liberty movement? I don't think so.

When we are free, there is competition in ideas, and those ideas that lack validity generally fail to gain traction, while those that are valid are accepted. I don't think in the long run that conspiracy theories are a problem to the liberty movement. The people who oppose liberty might try to use them to discredit the liberty movement, but anyone with a rational mind is going to perceive reality.

"Bend over and grab your ankles" should be etched in stone at the entrance to every government building and every government office.