If you are to believe the polls, Donald Trump has the 2024 GOP primary in the bag. Before anyone else has started their campaigns, the polls are giving Trump the edge. But things are sure to change in the coming weeks.
Former Trump official Nikki Haley is set to launch her campaign. Once she starts giving speeches and spreading her 2024 agenda, the polls just might change. And now, it looks like Trump has another figure to worry about. The man dubbed the “CEO of Anti-Woke” took a trip to Iowa.
And this newcomer just might flip the election on its head.
At 37 years old, Vivek Ramaswamy has made hundreds of millions of dollars, written a New York Times bestseller and become a fixture on Tucker Carlson’s show. Recently, he was dubbed by the New Yorker as the “CEO of Anti-Woke Inc.” […]
He was at a dinner event in Iowa, addressing a crowd of dozens of the state’s agricultural royalty tucked inside a huge upscale barn…
He is exploring a run for president, testing, among other things, whether his warnings about the dangers of “wokeism”… has political currency with Republican politicians, business leaders and, yes, farmers.
Vivek Ramaswamy, a regular on such shows as Fox News’s Tucker Carlson, traveled to Iowa to speak to a group of America’s farmers. The man has become known as the “CEO of Anti-Woke” for his opposition to leftism’s growing influence in big business.
The radical left has infiltrated every facet of American life. They have taken over our schools, universities, movie studios, TV networks, hospitals, some churches, and even big businesses. The left is forcing radical “wokeism” or modern-day socialism through investment firms and other companies.
Ramaswamy is one of the few businessmen who is opposing this toxic trend. And, what do ya know, he’s successful! Businesses don’t thrive when they push radical, woke politics. As we all know, when you “go woke” you “go broke.” And Ramaswamy has been raising the alarm among businesses to reject this leftist scheme.
Now, it seems like he wants to take his message beyond Wall Street. He was in Iowa, the last place you’d expect to find a man like him, to connect with conservatives. Why? Because it looks like this young conservative businessman is exploring a presidential run.
Ramaswamy seems to be taking a play out of Trump’s book. He is banking on his skills as a successful businessman to capture the support of Americans sick and tired of the D.C. swamp. He wants to build a major following that can usher him into the White House.
Can he do it? We’ll find out. But it looks like Donald Trump isn’t the only anti-woke candidate for voters to choose from this election. And that is a very good thing.
- Businessman Vivek Ramaswamy visited Iowa to explore a presidential run.
- The man is known as the “CEO of Anti-woke” for his conservative values.
- He is exploring the possibility of launching a 2024 campaign to rival Trump.