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Crowder Discusses Social Security and Ponzi Schemes on "Fox and Friends"

Steven Crowder, the National Center’s media fellow, talks about his call to the Securities and Exchange Commission to report that he is being forced to participate in what he thinks might be a “Ponzi scheme” called Social Security. In the comedic film produced for the National Center, Steven documents his call and the response of the SEC official who responded to his query.  Alisyn Camerota, the co-host of “Fox and Friends” on the Fox News Channel, interviewed Steven about the video on the show’s 9/18/11 edition.

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