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In this video, Ron Paul explains how the "Strengthening America’s Security in the Middle East Act" raises constitutional issues, and that boycotting is a libertarian principle (Ron Paul is a libertarian, like me).
The so-called "Strengthening America’s Security in the Middle East Act" passed by Senate, among other things, authorizes states to not do business with people who refuse to not boycott Israel.
This is truly chilling, because first of all, 26 states are proof that they can and do already not do business with these people, but second, that this could be a slippery slope to fine/imprison people who oppose Israeli apartheid. Ben Cardin already tried that, but the ACLU fought it.
And obviously, if they can do this to the BDS club, they can do it to the revisionist club. Because of the ACLU and strong support for free speech, I don't see Holocaust revisionism being banned anytime soon, but likely, they will forbid states from engaging in contract with people who deny or question aspects of the Holocaust.
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