GOP Candidate Shows True Colors, Bashes DeSantis In Cringy Rant: 'He's Copying Me!'
You've probably heard of Vivek Ramaswamy, the Republican presidential candidate who recently took a shot at Florida Governor Ron DeSantis. During an interview with Fox and Friends, Ramaswamy said that DeSantis was copying his ideas from the campaign trail. He even went as far as to accuse the governor of plagiarism!
If you watched the interview, you know exactly what Ramaswamy was talking about. He was referring to DeSantis’s opposition to Environmental, Social, and Governance (ESG) criteria in investing. This policy was the focus of Ramaswamy’s book, “Woke Inc.,” which he released earlier this year.
The thing is, DeSantis isn’t running for president. This makes Ramaswamy’s comments even more cringe-worthy. It’s almost as if he’s trying to bait DeSantis into the race. But why?
It seems like the Republican establishment wants DeSantis to run for president, so he can split the Republican vote. If that’s the case, then Ramaswamy could be a pawn in the establishment’s game.
It’s definitely not a good look. Ramaswamy is trying to make it seem like DeSantis is running for president, when he’s not. This kind of rhetoric is a detriment to the Republican party as a whole. It’s important to keep in mind that the GOP is trying to create a united front, and Ramaswamy’s comments aren’t helping.
It’s evident that Ramaswamy wants to take a shot at DeSantis, but he should do it in a respectful manner. Instead of trying to bait the governor into the race, he should focus on outlining his own platform and policies. That’s what any presidential candidate should do.
Ramaswamy may have good intentions, but his comments are out of line. They only serve to degrade the GOP’s efforts to create a unified front. If he wants to make his case for contrast, he should do it without crossing the line. Plagiarism accusations are not the way to go.