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Todd Starnes speaks to Fox Business’ Charles Payne on why the debate between capitalism vs. socialism is one of the main topics in the year 2020.
Fox Business’ Charles Payne about his upcoming “capitalism vs. socialism” town hall “The Todd Starnes Show,” where he pontificated that a choice between the two money system is the biggest Problem in the 2020 presidential election.
Payne said that the Central theme of a threat for the future.
“What are we he said, in essence turning is to speak completely from the inside of the economic system, the … is the outstanding country in the world”.
“It’s not an empty threat,” he added, noting that Americans need to “have a legitimate conversation about (it) because … (of) all the noise out there.”
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Payne said he has no empathy for young Americans who want the overthrow of capitalism.
“You were taught that something is wrong in your life,” he said.
He added that cold, “…for some reason it’s escaped you, and you get to chat, about your $1,000 mobile phones … in the back of Uber, as you go, to drink, a bar, a $25 mixed drink.”
Payne said he feels to think young people are brainwashed that socialism is a workable economic system.
“I think you have romanticized it to the point where it’s one of those things where you can’t speak, no one can be, if you live to your earlier, if they had been conditioned her whole being is that the current system is unfair.”
FOX Business network to introduce, discuss a special town-hall event, the economic impact of the capitalist and socialist policies at 2 PM on Thursday.
Moderated by Payne in front of a live studio audience, the special focus on the voters ‘ opinions about the ongoing debate between the two models of the ECB in the run-up to the election in 2020.
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During the program Payne on interviews with political and economic experts, including philosophers, Dr. Cornel West, billionaire John Paul DeJoria, among others.
In addition, Payne will be a panel of experts for the analysis of the hot-button political issue, including FBN ‘ s Neil Cavuto, Maria Bartiromo, Stuart Varney, and Lou Dobbs.