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NEW BOOK: The Biden Coup: The Socio-Political effects of an Illegitimate Regime

It’s time for a national conversation about the Election of 2020

So says Charles Moscowitz, author of The Biden Coup-The Socio-Political effects of an Illegitimate Regime.

Boston veteran radio host, podcaster, author Charles Moscowitz notes that today, over a year after the 2020 election, an average of 60% of Republicans polled continue to believe that the 2020 election was stolen from President Donald Trump.

Drawing from a February 4th, 2021, Time Magazine article: The Secret History of the Shadow Campaign that Saved the 2020 Election, Moscowitz makes the case that indeed the election was stolen and that, in the interest of uniting the country, Americans must conduct a respectful national conversation and debate on this vital topic. After all, notes Moscowitz, there is nothing more important to the survival of our democracy than a free and fair election which is the glory of our Republic.

In The Biden Coup-The Socio-Political Effects of an Illegitimate Regime, sociology student Charles Moscowitz examines the social effects of the Pandemic leading up to the election and the so-called January 6th insurrection. Elaborating on what Trump advisor Stephen K. Bannon called “The Administrative State” Moscowitz presents his theories on the origin and nature of the MAGA movement and Trump derangement.

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