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The spokesman for those fed up with the fight for the rights of minorities: a conservative politician of Indian origin is torn from the US presidency

Date: July 24, 2024 Time: 04:51:17

Vivek Ramaswami could become the first Asian president of the United States and the first head of the White House, professing Hinduism. By the way, his wife Apurva Ramaswami (pictured on the left) was also born into an Indian family. Photo: Michael M. Santiago/Getty Images

Vivek Ramaswamy’s name was almost unknown even in the US before he announced his participation in the US presidential race. But when it became clear that both Biden and Trump could lose their chance for a second term in the White House due to a series of scandals and criminal prosecutions, the dark horses had a chance. The latest ratings of the candidates have shown a serious rise in Ramaswamy’s popularity: many see in him fresh blood, which is so lacking in stagnant American politics.

He is mistakenly called an immigrant from India. It is more correct to say that Vivek Ramaswami, 38, is of Indian origin. His parents immigrated to the United States from the Indian state of Kerala, and Vivek was born in the United States. Otherwise, he could not be a candidate or president of the United States, since according to the constitution, only a native of this state can be the head of the United States.

In 2014, Ramaswami founded a pharmaceutical company that promised to find a revolutionary cure for Alzheimer’s. But the drug trials failed, and Vivek transitioned from the world of big pharma to the world of big finance, running a mutual fund that now manages $500 million worth of assets. Clients liked the fund’s strategy, which refuses to spend money on environmental and social projects, contrary to the progressive agenda.

Today, Vivek Ramaswami is the spokesman for that part of the Americans who is tired of fighting for the rights of various kinds of minorities and hooligans. The main point of his political platform is the refusal to support movements that raise issues of a person’s race, gender and sexual orientation in the first place. The fact that Ramaswamy himself is not a representative of the white majority allows him to speak about these sensitive issues with much more candor than his competitors can afford. In his electoral program, for example, he affirms that there are only two sexes (and nothing more), and the hatred of the black population towards whites is just as racist.

He also criticizes liberal media and attempts to force sex education on children in schools.

At the same time, Ramaswami is a conservative republican. His program is not much different from the traditional set of proposals for US presidential candidates of any party: lower taxes, more attention to the socially disadvantaged, a strong military and leadership from Washington on a global scale.

“America finds itself in the midst of a national identity crisis where traditional ideals of faith, patriotism, hard work, and family values ​​have disappeared, only to be replaced by new secular religions such as transgenderism, chauvinism, globalism, addiction to drugs and climate change. agenda ”, he added for the first time after having published these theses, admitting along the way that because of his conservatism he had lost several close friends. At the same time, a couple of close relatives refused to contact Ramaswami.

His position on Russia is clear: In a conversation with Tucker Carlson, Ramaswamy said that a hypothetical US conflict with Russia or China could destroy the United States. On the way to resolving the Ukrainian conflict, the young Republican candidate spoke out even more clearly. “We need to convince Kiev to give up part of the Donbass in favor of Russia and prevent Ukraine from joining NATO,” he suggested.

And now political scientists, who previously did not even take Ramaswamy into account, unanimously propose to consider him as one of the main presidential candidates of the US Republican Party. “The multiple criminal charges against Trump are likely to take him out of the fight. Florida Governor Ron DeSantis has failed to attract donors and the financial component for the candidate is one of the most important. Former US envoy to the UN Nikki Haley is supported by very few voters. So Ramaswami is not just a spare trump card for the Republicans, but one of the favorites for the presidential campaign in 2024,” the US media published such a leak from the Republican Party headquarters the day before.

We add that if, however, a sensation occurs and Ramaswami wins, then he will become the second person of Indian origin to head the Anglo-Saxon state. After all, the Prime Minister of Great Britain is now the Hindu Rishi Sunak.

MEANWHILE

Trump surrenders to prison, but does not surrender as a politician

Donald Trump has already been taken to the police station for previous criminal cases (pictured in New York, April 2023). However, he was treated with respect, he was not handcuffed. Photo: Angus Mordant/Bloomberg/Getty Images

On Thursday, August 24, Donald Trump, who now leads by a wide margin in the ranking of Republican Party candidates, must appear in a Georgia state prison and turn himself in to authorities. Trump is facing criminal charges in an attempt to influence the outcome of the 2020 presidential election in that state. This is the fourth criminal case against Trump this year. Previously, he was charged with financial fraud during the 2016 election campaign, violation of handling of classified documents, and conspiracy against the United States. In the latter case, it is understood the possible participation of Trump in the capture of the Capitol in January 2021.

Trump denies all the accusations, but complies with all required legal formalities during the investigation. In particular, he arrives at the correctional facility on time and takes his fingerprints.

His “delivery” to jail does not mean that the charismatic former president will immediately end up behind bars. Most likely, like last time, after reading the charges against him, Trump will be released on bail. He will be able to continue his campaign. Also, theoretically, even if Trump is jailed, he will stay in the presidential race and may even win it. American law allows the president to rule the country even from a prison cell. A similar precedent was in history. In 1920, Eugene Debs ran for President of the United States after being convicted of espionage. True, he then got only 3% of the vote.

But former US presidents have never been sentenced to prison. And here Trump risks becoming a trailblazer. In the United States, former heads of state do not enjoy legal immunity. They have this privilege only for the duration of their term in office No. 1.

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