Ramaswamy Shuts Down Race-Baiting Washington Post Reporter

GOP presidential contender Vivek Ramaswamy recently shut down a race-baiting Washington Post reporter who asked him to condemn “White supremacy and White nationalism.”

The left has consistently tried to portray Republican political candidates as “White supremacists” by asking them questions dealing with racial violence in the U.S. while ignoring the fact that conservatives have condemned such inhumane behavior.

During the 2020 presidential campaign, then-presidential candidate Joe Biden, alongside the mainstream media, denounced then-President Donald Trump for refusing to condemn so-called “White supremacy.” As it turns out, Trump had spoken out against such race-based violence nearly 40 times.

Now, leftists are turning the “White supremacy” question over to Ramaswamy after the Republican presidential hopeful endorsed former Rep. Steve King (R-IO) during a campaign event in Iowa.

A reporter from the Washington Post tried to bait Ramaswamy into sharing the liberal talking point that “White Supremacy” is a grave “threat” to the U.S. The GOP presidential contender didn’t fall for the trap.

“I’m not going to recite some catechism for you. I’m against vicious racial discrimination in this country. I’m not pledging allegiance to your new religion of modern wokeism,”

Ramaswamy told the reporter. “Do I condemn vicious racial discrimination? Yes, I do. Am I going to play your silly game of gotcha? No, I am not.”

“And frankly, this is why people have lost trust in the media. And I know you’re going to go print this headline tomorrow. I know how your game works, ‘Vivek Ramaswamy Won’t Condemn White Supremacy.’ Because you asked a stupid question,” Ramaswamy continued.

Ramaswamy then went after the mainstream media’s racial politics, accusing individuals such as the Washington Post reporter of stirring division in this country by consistently bringing up race in an argument.

“Shame on you. Look people in the eye and tell them what you’ve actually failed to tell them for the last five years,” Ramaswamy told the reporter.

The GOP presidential contender recently went viral after an Iowa voter challenged him on LGBT-related issues. Ramaswamy explained several inconsistencies associated with the LGBT movement, particularly its claim that gender is “assigned” at birth, along with its belief that gender can somehow be “fluid,” or interchangeable.

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