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Vivek Ramaswamy may not have a shot at winning the 2024 primary, but he does stand a chance to hold a significantly important position within a future Trump White House, should Trump win it all. Vivek, unlike other GOP candidates, has shown signs that he understands and respects the America First agenda. While many candidates, including Ron DeSantis, have faltered when asked questions about the 2020 election and January 6th, Vivek has not only handled the questions brilliantly — he has also pushed the narrative in the direction of the truth.

Who can forget how Vivek responded to Tucker’s tough J6 questioning?

And he did it again during an interview with a totally stunned Atlantic reporter. Vivek left this reporter searching for words after he dropped truth bombs about January 6th and even 9/11, as well.


Downstairs, Ramaswamy glowed in his after-party suite. “Eye of the Tiger” and “Born in the U.S.A.,” and a series of country songs blared from speakers. He told the few dozen people before him that he was prepared not only to win the nomination but to deliver a Ronald Reagan–style landslide victory. Some seemed convinced

During one of his “truth” monologues at the Lincoln Dinner, Ramaswamy told the crowd, “We can handle the truth about what really happened on January 6.” As the bus rolled north, I asked him: What is the truth about January 6?

“I don’t know, but we can handle it,” he said. “Whatever it is, we can handle it. Government agents. How many government agents were in the field? Right?”

Then, suddenly, he was talking about 9/11.

“I think it is legitimate to say how many police, how many federal agents, were on the planes that hit the Twin Towers. Maybe the answer is zero. It probably is zero for all I know, right? I have no reason to think it was anything other than zero. But if we’re doing a comprehensive assessment of what happened on 9/11, we have a 9/11 commission, absolutely that should be an answer the public knows the answer to. Well, if we’re doing a January 6 commission, absolutely, those should be questions that we should get to the bottom of,” he said. “‘Here are the people who were armed. Here are the people who are unarmed.’ What percentage of the people who were armed were federal law-enforcement officers? I think it was probably high, actually. Right?”

Vivek has a masterful way of setting everyone up for the truth bombs he’s fond of dropping. And a lot of people have a hard time handling the truth, especially the handsome ladies over at CNN, like Kaitlan Collins:

The best part is, by the time he’s finished, Vivek will have liberal reporters twisted into pretzels trying to understand him and rebuke his common sense message. The MSN piece goes on:

I pressed him on the comparison, and suddenly, the bold teller of truths was just asking questions. “Oh yeah, I don’t think they belong in the same conversation,” he said. “I think it’s a ridiculous comparison. But I brought it up only because it was invoked as a basis for the January 6 commission.”

But is he actually confused about who was behind the 9/11 attacks? It was hard to get a straight answer from him. “I mean, I would take the truth about 9/11,” he said. “I am not questioning what we—this is not something I’m staking anything out on. But I want the truth about 9/11.” Some truths, it seems, can be proudly affirmed; others are more elusive. (Asked to clarify Ramaswamy’s views on 9/11, his spokesperson pointed me to a 1,042-word tweet from the candidate, in which he suggested that the U.S. government covered up involvement by Saudi intelligence officials in planning the attacks.)

The fact that Vivek is consistently keeping these topics at the forefront of the news is commendable. The right welcomes the opportunity to debate the issues surrounding the 2020 election and January 6th; as these are two deeply significant matters that we believe have been wielded as political weapons, and the American people have been deceived. We thank Vivek for speaking out on these and many other critical issues facing our country.

Read the full Vivek interview at The Atlantic — it’s worth it.