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Vivek won against WEF! He just beat Klaus at his own game…

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One of the main criticisms that people on the right have leveled against 2024 candidate Vivek Ramaswamy is that he is a “globalist puppet”. You might wonder how that can be, since Vivek looks a lot like an America First populist. Well, it comes from an unwanted “award” that the World Economic Forum (WEF) issued to him in 2020 and that he spread all over his website.

Gold Prime News:

Mr. Thirty-three-year-old Indian-origin entrepreneur Vivek Salgaocar has joined the coveted list of the Forum of Young Global Leaders Class of 2020. Despite being part of a large family-owned conglomerate with a rich heritage in various industries, Salgaocar is creating its own legacy by actively working and supporting the creation and commercialization of innovative technologies for the mining and natural resource industries in a sustainable and socially responsible manner.

The Young Global Leaders Forum Class of 2020 was started in 2004 by World Economic Forum (WEF) founder Klaus Schwab. Along with Salgaocar, 113 activists, academics and political leaders from 51 countries are also included in the list. Some of this year’s inductees include Finland’s Prime Minister Sanna Marin, World Cup-winning USA Women’s Soccer team captain and gender rights activist Megan Rapinoe, and co-founder and CEO from Kristo of peer-to-peer money transfer business TransferWise.

Vivek has since demanded that his name be removed from the list, which is the kiss of death in conservative circles. However, the WEF did not budge. Undeterred, Vivek decided to escalate the matter and took legal action, suing the WEF to have his name removed. After a tough battle, Vivek emerged victorious.

Here’s what Vivek said in his celebratory post on X.

I have been the leading opponent in America of the World Economic Forum agenda, through two books and my most recent venture, Strive, which ultimately put BlackRock and the ESG movement behind it. Two years ago, WEF tried to throw a fake bait by calling me a “Young World Leader” when I explicitly rejected their ridiculous award. They failed to remove my name repeatedly despite increasing demands. So I sued them. And we just got it. They complied with all my demands in the lawsuit: public apologies and disavowals and a pledge never to name anyone again without their explicit permission. I will direct my financial damages in the settlement to the America First Policy Institute @A1Policy
which I have proudly supported in the past because it represents *American* interests against the WEF agenda. The Great Rising will defeat the Great Reset, just like we did in 1776.

Now, Vivek is putting this controversy behind him and is back to work, starting with a new legal battle. Now he’s suing another big “globalist entity”: the DOJ. This time, he’s doing it on behalf of Trump and his supporters to expose the fraud we all know is going on inside the regime, following a third impeachment against President Trump.

the hill:

Republican presidential candidate Vivek Ramaswamy announced Tuesday that he is suing the Department of Justice (DOJ) and filing a new Freedom of Information Act (FOIA) records request to obtain more details about the recent allegations of the ‘former president Trump.

“My goal in filing this lawsuit is to finally provide accountability and transparency — what Biden and his colleagues said [Attorney General Merrick] Garland and what Garland and the deep-staters who put him in as Attorney General said [special counsel] Jack Smith,” Ramaswamy said in a statement shared by his campaign.

Trump was indicted by a Washington grand jury on Tuesday on charges, including conspiracy to defraud the US, related to his efforts to stay in power after losing his 2020 re-election bid to President Biden.

“Despite having lost, the accused [Trump] he was determined to stay in power. Thus, for more than two months after Election Day on November 3, 2020, the defendant spread lies that there had been election fraud and that he had actually won,” the indictment states. .

Ramaswamy, who is running against Trump for the GOP nomination, said the allegations against Trump “selectively omit relevant facts and laws” and argued that “the corrupt federal police will not stop until they get their way mission: eliminate Trump.”

According to the new filing, Ramaswamy’s campaign filed a FOIA request in June seeking “documents and records held by the DOJ related to the decision to file federal criminal charges” against Trump, after the former president was indicted on charges related to his handling of classified items. materials, following a separate DOJ investigation.

“Accordingly, the campaign is filing this lawsuit to compel the DOJ to respond immediately
to the campaign’s FOIA request and promptly disclose all responsive and non-exempt records,” the complaint says. Ramaswamy’s team said it is also filing a new FOIA request for similar communications related to the new accusation of January 6.

The other “mainstream” GOP candidate, Gov. Ron DeSantis, admitted in his deposition that he hasn’t bothered to read the indictment.

This is what Mr. DeSantis posted on X:

As president, I will end the weaponization of government, replace the FBI director, and ensure a single standard of justice for all Americans. Although I have seen reports, I have not read the indictment. However, I believe we must enact reforms so that Americans have the right to remove cases from Washington, DC to their home districts. Washington, DC is a “swamp” and it is unfair to be tried by a jury that reflects the mentality of the swamp. One of the reasons our country is in decline is the politicization of the rule of law. No more excuses: I will end the weaponization of the federal government.

Mr. DeSantis faced a backlash from conservatives for failing to read the indictment, an indictment that many legal experts call “insane,” “bullshit” and “ridiculous.”



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