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Ron Paul is now selling your grandparents Bitcoin on Fox News

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Because nothing says legitimacy like a 30-second informercial, everyone’s favorite racist grandpa has taken to Fox News to push the latest retirement-savings proposal to 68-year-olds across this great nation. And just what is it that Ron Paul is pushing, exactly? Why that would be Bitcoin.

That’s right, the former congressman is shilling for Bitcoin on Fox News. But not just any old cryptocurrency will do for the man terrified of the Federal Reserve. Nope, Paul wants you to put your hard-earned bucks into a “Bitcoin IRA.”

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