Vivek Ramaswamy: 10 Fundamental Truths about His Presidential Run

Vivek Ramaswamy: 10 Fundamental Truths about His Presidential Run

A well-known biotech entrepreneur and Silicon Valley alumnus, Vivek Ramaswamy, has released his “10 Commandments” as he seeks the Republican nomination for president in 2024.

Ramaswamy quickly gained support and is now regarded as a leading contender, taking on veterans like former President Donald Trump.

Vivek Ramaswamy: 10 Fundamental Truths about His Presidential Run

Vivek Ramaswamy, a rising Republican star and 2024 presidential candidate, published a list of his ten campaign truths on the X app on Thursday.

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Ramaswamy, who has gained popularity in early primary states like New Hampshire and is currently leading Gov. Ron DeSantis (R-FL) in some polls, is seen by many as being honest in his convictions and prepared to stand up for them.

Ramaswamy firmly believes in the “10 Commandments,” which are not just campaign promises but also fundamental realities. These commandments offer insight into his political ideas, from his perspectives on gender and capitalism to his beliefs on God and government.

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He published a list of his top 10 priorities for his presidential campaign and his beliefs :

  • God is real.
  • There are two genders.
  • Human flourishing requires fossil fuels.
  • Reverse racism is racism.
  • An open border is no border.
  • Parents determine the education of their children.
  • The nuclear family is the greatest form of governance known to mankind.
  • Capitalism lifts people from poverty.
  • There are three branches of the U.S. government, not four.
  • The U.S. Constitution is the strongest guarantor of freedoms in history.

Ramaswamy sent a video along with the post to X in which he discussed restoring the nation and sparking a revolution to “create a government that is accountable to us.”

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The campaign slogan for Vivek is “TRUTH,” and he said, “I’ll tell you something about me, alright. You are not going to see me here bashing the other good people who are running in this race. These are our colleagues. I am going to depend on them just as I depend on you to revive this country.”

The presidential candidate questioned the audience, “But we do face a choice in this primary. The choice is this: do you want incremental reform, or do you want revolution? I stand on the side of the revolution. I stand on the side of the American Revolution. That we, the people, create a government that is accountable to us, not the other way around. That we, the people, require a government that tells us the truth. The truth about where Covid-19 came from. The truth about that Hunter Biden laptop. The truth about vaccine mandates and school closures. The truth about the Nashville shooter manifesto. The truth about what is happening in our country today. That is what this campaign is about. We stand for the truth. I speak that truth without apology,”

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As previously reported by the D.C. Enquirer, Vivek has been making progress in several polls. According to a recent survey by Echelon Insights, the 38-year-old is now supported by 15% of Americans, while Gov. Ron DeSantis (R-FL) is only supported by 12%.

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Vivek Ramaswamy contributes fresh viewpoints and innovative ideas to the presidential race.

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