"Mess on isle 4, mess on isle 4, can we get a clean up clerk asap"; "GOP Presidential Contender Ramaswamy Would Not ‘Persecute’ Biden Family If Elected", IMO, Ramaswamy has to clean this up for in
by Paul Alexander
case he did not know, we LOVE with a capital 'L', vengeance, he may not like it, but we the people do! If they can do all those wrong things to Trump, Biden et al. must be held to same standard
‘Vivek Ramaswamy, a Republican presidential candidate, clarified on Fox News’s “Sunday Morning Futures” that he would not prioritize prosecuting President Biden’s family should he come into power.
Prioritizing economic growth and resolving the Ukrainian conflict would be at the top of his agenda, he stated.
Addressing misinterpretations of his prior statements, Ramaswamy criticized the recent news suggesting his willingness to pardon Hunter Biden, according to The Hill.
He emphasized that these comments were misconstrued due to “opposition research.”
The GOP hopeful affirmed his stance on pardoning certain individuals to foster national unity.
“Let me fast-forward to Jan. 21, 2025, my second day in office, after we have issued those pardons, after we have set into motion shutting down the FBI, not just reforming it, actually restoring the integrity of our government,” stated Ramaswamy.
He added, “The question is: Is the next thing that I then want to do, after we have set our nation forward, is it to then focus my agenda on persecuting Joe Biden or his family? My answer to that question is no.”
Detailing his vision for America, he expressed, “I’m going to be focused on stimulating the economy, ending the war in Ukraine, declaring independence from China. That is how we win as one nation.”
On the matter of his approach, Ramaswamy was clear, “So, no, I’m not going to be guided by vengeance and grievance. I’m going to be guided by integrity. But the first step to getting there is, there can be no reconciliation without truth.”
He further reiterated his support for the impeachment inquiry and current House investigations.
Emerging as a fresh face in the political landscape, frequently making appearances on conservative media channels, Ramaswamy’s momentum in the GOP 2024 primary race is palpable.
According to the latest Morning Consult survey, he currently sits in third position with 8 percent support from potential GOP primary voters, The Hill notes.
This places him behind former President Trump with a significant 59% and Florida’s Governor Ron DeSantis, who has 16% backing.
Ramaswamy accepted a scholarship from the brother of left-wing billionaire Geroge Soros in order to pay for law school.
He defended accepting $90,000 from the Paul & Daisy Soros Fellowship for New Americans, founded by Daisy and Paul Soros, saying that after graduating from Harvard, he “didn’t have the money” to afford Yale Law School.
“There was a separate scholarship that I won at the age of 24-25, when I was going to law school in my mid-20s, in my early 20s, when I didn’t have the money and it was a merit scholarship that hundreds of kids win, that was partially funded, not by George Soros, but by Paul Soros a relative, his brother,” he said.
“And to be perfectly honest with you, I would have had to be a fool to turn down that scholarship at the age of 24.”’