All hell broke loose when Vivek Ramaswamy told one truth about Trump’s indictments
Entrepreneur Vivek Ramaswamy is the one GOP Presidential candidate emerging as the breakout star of the 2024 Primary.
Now Ramaswamy confronted the one question facing every Republican.
And all hell broke loose when Vivek Ramaswamy told one truth about Trump’s indictments.
Vivek Ramaswamy rose in the polls for refusing to accept the media narratives about Donald Trump, the war in Ukraine, woke ideology, or America herself.
Ramaswamy also impressed conservatives by daring to take on any media outlet and fight back against their left-wing smears.
That talent was on display Sunday on ABC’s This Week where Ramaswamy fended off gotcha questions about the Democrat Party lawfare against Donald Trump from host and former top Clinton operative George Stephanopoulos.
Stephanopoulos zeroed in on Ramaswamy being the first GOP candidate at the debate to pledge to pardon Trump and that he would support him if he won the Primary even if one of the kangaroo courts Democrats are trying Trump in handed down a conviction.
“Your hand shot up pretty fast at the debate when you were asked whether you would vote for Donald Trump in the general election, even if he was a convicted felon. Can you just explain why you would vote for a convicted felon for president?” Stephanopoulos asked.
Ramaswamy rejected the premise of the question.
“If the Constitution permits somebody to run, and that’s the person that people of this country want to elect, then that’s the way our system works, and I stand by it,” Ramaswamy answered.
Stephanopoulos tried to sandbag Ramaswamy a second time.
“Why do you think it’s okay for a convicted felon to be President?” Stephanopoulos wondered.
Ramaswamy again rejected the premise stating that every single one of the indictments was a political ploy brought forward by Democrat prosecutors whose sole intention was to interfere in the 2024 Presidential election.
The Presidential hopeful said Joe Biden weaponizing the police powers of the state to jail political opponents was un-American and threatened to turn the country into a third-world banana republic.
“So look. I think that many of these prosecutions against Donald Trump are outright, downright politicized persecutions through prosecution that set an awful precedent for our country. I do not want to see us become a banana republic where the administrative police state uses police force to eliminate opponents from competition. That is not the way it works. I will pick who I believe the best next president should be,” Ramaswamy responded.