Ramaswamy Vows to Pardon Trump, Dismantle FBI: A Bold Stand

Republican presidential candidate, Vivek Ramaswamy, has made headlines for his promise to pardon former President Donald Trump if elected. In a recent interview with Fox News, Ramaswamy fiercely defended this promise and criticized what he sees as a “weaponized justice system” against political opponents, arguing that it undermines trust in the justice system.

Despite being accused of undermining the rule of law by attacking agencies like the FBI, Ramaswamy argued that he is more worried about the opposite possibility. According to him, when the department of justice uses police force against people due to their political views, this is what truly undermines the justice system.

Ramaswamy promised to abolish the FBI if elected president, claiming the agency is unnecessary for law enforcement and has often engaged in politics. He referenced its targeting of Martin Luther King Jr. under the COINTELPRO program while claiming the FBI is currently going after political conservatives like President Trump.

While challenging Republican rivals to join his pledge to pardon Trump, only a few have taken him up on his offer. Ramaswamy maintains that he is defending Trump out of “principle” and has invested $10 million of his own money into his campaign.

Ramaswamy believes that Trump rivals who remain silent on the issue will damage public trust in the justice system. He dismissed rumors that he is only running to gain notoriety, calling it “laughable” and insisting that it isn’t profitable for him to run.

In these divisive times, it is refreshing to see a candidate like Ramaswamy, who is willing to stand up for his principles and defend the rule of law against a weaponized justice system.

Source: Conservative Institute

Written by Staff Reports

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