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Reason releases hilarious parody video 'Game of Thrones: Libertarian Edition

Reason has released another "Libertarian Edition" of a famous show or movie, this time tackling the HBO hit "Game of Thrones" just in time for the debut of season seven. (Image source: Reason's Game of Thrones: Libertarian Edition screenshot)

With season seven of the smash HBO show "Game of Thrones" debuting on Sunday, Reason has released another hilarious video putting a libertarian spin on the fantasy epic.

Reason's  Austin Bragg, Meredith Bragg, Andrew Heaton, and Remy Munasifi have made libertarian versions of "Star Trek" and "Star Wars" in the past. "Star Trek: Libertarian Edition" won a Southern California Journalism Award for Best Humor/Satire Writing of 2016.

Now Heaton and the Braggs are back. The video features Heaton and Austin Bragg playing numerous roles. Heaton plays the Hand of the King attempting to convince the small council that small government and non-interventionism is the key to a more prosperous Westoros.

Heaton and Austin Bragg also play two members of the Night's Watch trying to figure out why their ancestors built a giant wall to keep out the "free folk," people who marry whoever they want, live however they please, and elect leaders instead of being under the rule of someone they never approved of.

Also, watch as Heaton attempts to remember what the sayings are for House Republican and House Democrat while attending lessons with Maester Luwin, and learn that the Libertarian sigil is a "porcupine humping a pile of money."


Reason releases humorous videos regularly. Some have mocked Saturday Night Live for its Hillary Clinton "Hallelujah" musical number, and CNN for its biased reporting.

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