Ramaswamy Demolishes Reporter Over Ridiculous ‘White Supremacy’ Question

Republican presidential candidate Vivek Ramaswamy destroyed a woke Washington Post reporter on Wednesday when she asked if he “condemns white supremacy and white nationalism.” The American 38-year-old entrepreneur demolished the reporter’s attempt and refused to play her game.

While campaigning in Scott County, Iowa, he firmly informed the reporter, “I’m not — I’m not going to recite some catechism for you. I’m against vicious racial discrimination in this country, so I’m not pledging allegiance to your new religion of modern wokeism, which fits the test.”

“I know you’re going to publish this headline tomorrow. I already know how the game operates, ‘Vivek Ramaswamy Refuses to Condemn White Supremacy and White Nationalism’ because you asked a ridiculous question,” he continued.

“I’m not going to bend the knee to your religion, and I’m not going to ask you to bend a knee to mine. Do I condemn vicious racial discrimination? Yes, I do,” he added.

He made it known he wasn’t going to play these silly ‘gotcha’ games and stressed it’s one of the primary reasons why the American people no longer trust the media.

Ramaswamy has firmly held the media accountable for creating such a momentous divide within the country. Stating the best way to end discrimination based on race is to stop discriminating. “It’s the only way we’ll move forward and unite the country,” he noted.

The GOP presidential candidate used the Jussie Smollett hoax as an example of media-fueled racism and told the reporter to “stop picking on this farce of some figment that exists at some infinitesimally small fringe of the American public today.”

In a previously viral post, an Iowa voter challenged Ramaswamy on issues concerning the LGBT community. In response, he specified the inconsistencies of the media-hyped movement, primarily in the case that sexual orientation occurs at birth.

He also noted the various discrepancies among the feminist movement, which allows diverse expressions from women but now focuses on deviating from womanhood and transitioning into a man.

We anxiously await the media’s next venture to twist and spin their next gotcha question for Ramaswamy.