Assessing the political views and statements of a presidential candidate
Our democratic society relies on the thorough vetting process of presidential candidates to ensure their competency and fitness for office. When candidates appear suddenly with significant popularity, yet little vetting, it might suggest manipulation is happening behind the scenes. When there is a lack of transparency and accountability, voters need more comprehensive information about the presidential candidate to gauge whether they are suitable for office or not.
A lack of vetting might result in conflicts of interest, overshadow weaknesses, and potentially even threaten national security, economic and social stability.
Let’s take a glimpse into Vivek Ramaswamy's Twitter feed and gain insights into his political perspectives and statements prior to his emergence as a presidential candidate.
Regarding January 6, Vivek was quite vocal in his condemnation of Donald Trump.
It does not stop there. Rahul Joshi replies to an earlier tweet from Vivek about Xi Jinping allegedly detaining Jack Ma.
To which Vivek responded by doubling down on his criticism of Trump.
A few days after January 6, Trump was banned from Twitter and a few other Big Tech platforms, which prompted Trump to later go on to create Truth Social.
Vivek, in response to Trump’s ban from social media, praised Snapchat for being brave when they tweeted that they were also planning to ban Trump.
While the tone of his tweet might be seen by some as sarcastic, within the context of Vivek’s other tweets about Trump in the wake of January 6, it is not a stretch to assume he was being truthful and masking the truth with a thin veil of sarcasm.
While acknowledging that we now live in a [Big Tech] dictatorship, Vivek tweets, “Forget about Trump.”
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