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Vivek Ramaswamy

Vivek Ramaswamy (born August 9, 1985) is an American entrepreneur, author, and conservative political activist. He is the third candidate to announce for the Republican nomination for president for 2024, and notably young and candid compared with other rivals to Trump. Ramaswamy released his list of potential nominees to the U.S. Supreme Court, and it is superb particularly in excluding Deep State and pro-federal prosecution candidates.

Campaigning on a strongly conservative platform, as of August 2023 Vivek Ramaswamy has far exceeded expectations, leaping to second place in some polls. His internet polling is 5 points ahead of his performance in telephone polls.[1] Ramaswamy's rhetoric is refreshingly candid, in contrast with the anti-Trump candidates who pander to globalists and private equity donors.

During the first GOP primary debate on August 23, 2023, Ramaswamy aptly described Trump as follows:

President Trump, I believe, was the best president of the 21st century.

Ramaswamy is a "multi-millionaire biotech entrepreneur and self-described intellectual godfather of the anti-woke movement,"[2] and has been promoted by the Fox News Channel. Ramaswamy authored Woke, Inc. (2021) and Nation of Victims (2022), which criticized the Leftist mindset.

Vivek has promised to rescind EO 11246, which was issued by Leftist Dem President LBJ and which coined the phrase "affirmative action." Vivek blames Republican presidents for never rescinding it.

Vivek said about the partisan Democrat arrest of President Trump, "It is un-American for the ruling party to use police power to arrest its political rivals...This will mark a dark moment in American history and will undermine public trust in our electoral system itself."[3]

Ramaswamy gave rival candidates Nikki Haley and Ron DeSantis until 9am on March 21st to likewise condemn this abuse of county prosecutorial power by Dems. As of the afternoon of March 20, Haley and DeSantis had failed to condemn this abuse.[4]

on Disney

Ramaswamy criticized the handling of the Disney issue by Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis:

I would have handled that situation a little bit differently. We need to be precise about what the real drivers are of corporate wokism. One of the underappreciated realities is that Disney’s largest shareholders are Blackrock, State Street and Vanguard. They are the three institutions that promote ESG environmental and social agendas and are the largest shareholders of most American companies. They set a tone that causes these companies to behave in politicized ways from their boardrooms on down. That’s a problem that needs to be fixed through the market. I don’t really believe in government, whether it’s on the left or right. You see this on the left, too, using the bully pulpit as a way to drive corporate change. I think the right way to drive corporate change is to do it through the root cause itself, and in this case, a lot of that is top-down driven by the ESG movement in capital markets and in corporate America’s boardrooms.[5]

on family

Ramaswamy said at the August 2023 RNC debate in Milwaukee, “The word privilege gets used a lot...Well, you know what?...I did have the ultimate privilege of two parents in the house with a focus on educational achievement and I want every kid to enjoy that...So part of the problem is we also have a federal government that pays single women more not to have a man in the house than to have a man in the house contributing to an epidemic of fatherlessness and I think that goes hand in glove with the education crisis as well, because we have to remember, education starts with the family, and the nuclear family is the greatest form of governance known to mankind”.[6]

Lawsuit against WEF

In August 2023 Ramaswamy reported a victory against the World Economic Forum in court, after the globalist organization named him one of their ‘Young Global Leaders’ against his will. Ramaswamy explained that he “explicitly rejected their ridiculous award,” two years ago and that Klaus Schwab’s outfit “repeatedly failed to remove my name despite escalating demands. So I sued them. And we just succeeded.” He claimed that “I’ve been the leading opponent in America of the World Economic Forum’s agenda.”

He further noted that the WEF “met all of my demands in the lawsuit: public apology & disavowal and a commitment to never name someone again without their explicit permission.” He also posted an image of a letter of apology sent by the WEF. Ramaswamy promised to gift the financial settlement to the America First Policy Institute “because it stands for *American* interests against the WEF agenda.” “The Great Uprising will defeat the Great Reset – just like we did in 1776,” Ramaswamy vowed.[7]