Anti-Woke Capital Crusader Announces New Bid For 2024 White House

Known as the “CEO of Anti-Woke Inc.,” Vivek Ramaswamy is now officially running under the Republican banner for the president of the United States in 2024.

The author and investor officially announced the start of his new campaign as part of an appearance on an episode of “Tucker Carlson Tonight,” from Fox News. Ramaswamy’s recent announcement comes just a few weeks after rumors and reports that he was thinking about a 2024 presidential bid.

“We are in the middle of this national identity crisis, Tucker, where we have celebrated our diversity and our differences for so long that we’ve forgotten all of the ways that we are really just the same as Americans, bound by a common set of ideals that set this nation into motion 250 years ago, and that’s why I am proud to say tonight I am running for United States president,” expressed Ramaswamy.

At the exact time of his announcement via Carlson’s show, the 37-year-old Ramaswamy released the website for his 2024 campaign, along with the very first campaign ad that was put out via social media.

“We’re in the midst of a national identity crisis. Faith, patriotism & family are disappearing. We embrace one secular religion after another — from wokeism to climatism — to satisfy our deeper need for meaning. Yet we cannot even answer what it means to be an American,” stated Ramaswamy via a post on Twitter.

“The GOP can fill that void. E pluribus unum: from many, one. That is the dream that won the American Revolution; that reunited us after the Civil War, that won us two World Wars & the Cold War. That is the dream that still gives hope to the world. That is American exceptionalism,” he explained.

Ramaswamy is quite the newcomer to the political scene and will most likely be forced to deal with a crowded field in the GOP primary for 2024. At the time of his new announcement, however, just a pair of others have openly announced their candidacy as Republicans for 2024: former President Donald Trump and former United Nations Ambassador Nikki Haley.

If he secures his bid for the White House in 2024, Ramaswamy’s very first act would be to kick back Executive Order 11246, he expressed to The New York Times. This particular order “requires affirmative action and prohibits federal contractors from discriminating on the basis of race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, or national origin,” as explained by the Department Of Labor.


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