Insane John Adams Stories Not Taught In School (Pt.1)| C. Bradley Thompson | POLITICS | Rubin Report

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The Rubin Report
The Rubin Report
5 months ago

Watch The FULL interview of “WHO WAS JOHN ADAMS” here:
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=C52ZqjibU1M&list=PLEbhOtC9klbCr0iN2ANJbaV477B0eSpc6&index=2
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MrDeleoco
MrDeleoco
5 months ago

Inspirational

Levi
Levi
5 months ago

Can we not treat historical figures as if they're Marvel characters?

Bête Politique
Bête Politique
5 months ago

John Adams was a dictator and I would have fought on deck too since I prefer a cannon ball in the head than to drown.

William Scheer
William Scheer
5 months ago

Adams, Washington, Jefferson, Madison, Franklin, these revolutionaries every American citizen owe a huge debt of gratitude. After watching this, one can only conclude that Adams, to a greater degree than the others, poured his heart and soul into the American Revolution and eventually American independence

Simon Paul
Simon Paul
5 months ago

John Adams series on HBO actually covers some of these events he talks about. By far one of HBO's greatest series ever. Must watch.

Brent Gibbons
Brent Gibbons
5 months ago

Have to teach more history to the masses!

Eddie E
Eddie E
5 months ago

Great history lesson

Bête Politique
Bête Politique
5 months ago

Sedition Act was the first Patriot Act.
Adams was a dictator.

Beth Wolford
Beth Wolford
5 months ago

Love this info about John Adams.

Mama Noneyall
Mama Noneyall
5 months ago

Would've been nice to have this bit of history taught in school. They've been dumbing us down at least since the 60s.

Adam Baker
Adam Baker
5 months ago

The court of King James, not St.James, everyone's allowed a slip 👍🏻

Adam Baker
Adam Baker
5 months ago

Loved the mini series John Adams, watched it several times, interesting history lesson

RGC2005
RGC2005
5 months ago

Yes he was.

TheBgo
TheBgo
5 months ago

Going to read 'American Aurora' this year. A newspaper of their time. It claims Adams wanted to be king and Washington wasn't the father of the nation, Franklin was. The newspaper was pro Jefferson.

Lord W
Lord W
5 months ago

Love history. Sad to see our kids missing out on all this. You sure you want them all back in school behind closed doors where you can't see our hear what they're taught?

hellavadeal
hellavadeal
5 months ago

People were tougher back then. Adams was a man of action. Did what he said and asked nothing but that others do the same. That is why he didn't have any luck in France. You needed a Ben Franklin to charm them first.

Nicholas Capozzi
Nicholas Capozzi
5 months ago

Amazing story

R H
R H
5 months ago

More accurately, it was a War for Independence rather than a revolution. No one stormed England.

doorran
doorran
5 months ago

he was… but as president he did do some sketchy things.

MsBabs1964
MsBabs1964
5 months ago

I heard this story when I was in 7th grade history class.

kenbe62
kenbe62
5 months ago

My personal opinion, this guy's favorite founding father is Adams. He spent, obviously, a great deal of time researching Adams and his family. So him talking down about Jefferson is more personal bias, in my opinion again, than objective historical fact. Jefferson was almost entirely the sole author of the Declaration of Independence. That act alone marked him for death had we lost the war. Information for every member of the Congress or even key players is not so easy to trace due to the conflict. Monticello came under direct attack and invasion by British troops and Jefferson barely escaped to a neighboring hill where he witnessed the destruction of his home. Now, I am not even a fan of Jefferson, (My favorite father has been and always will be Ben Franklin) But to say Jefferson "sat out" the war in the implied comfort of his home screams of personal favoritism by this guy. He maybe an expert on Adams but with his obvious bias I would take his "opinion" on the rest of the founders with a grain of salt. My opinion here..

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