Is America on the Brink? Ramaswamy’s Dire Warning About the Nation’s Future Sparks Concern

2024 Republican presidential hopeful Vivek Ramaswamy is taking a bold stance in his campaign, focusing not only on President Joe Biden but also on what he sees as the deeper issue at play: the managerial class. Here’s the whole story.

“Biden Is Not the Primary Force Running the Country”

Speaking at The Gathering, an event organized by radio host Erick Erickson, Ramaswamy shared his perspective on the current state of the country and his vision for change.

Ramaswamy, the founder of the biotech company Roivant Sciences, made it clear that he believes Biden is not the primary force running the country.

He said, “The deeper problem with Joe Biden is, he’s not really the person running the country. It is the managerial class.”

Ramaswamy framed his candidacy as a battle between the managerial class and the citizens, highlighting the tension between the so-called “Great Reset” and what he terms the “Great Uprising.”

The “Great Reset”

The “Great Reset,” as proposed by the World Economic Forum, aims to address economic recovery, climate change, and social inequality but has faced criticism for potentially restricting individual freedoms.

“That’s why we live in a 1776 moment in America today. Do we trust ourselves as citizens? Do we expect our government to tell us the hard truth instead of serving us a noble lie?” he added.

He outlined his goals as president, which include significantly reducing the administrative state by returning the government to its constitutional structure of three branches, cutting dependency on China for essential needs, and fostering the fastest economic growth among developed nations.

Left-Leaning Ideologies Has Led Him To Warn About the Left’s Influence on the Younger Generation

Ramaswamy also addressed the concept of “Left’s Woke Ideologies.”

Ramaswamy’s rise to prominence through his critiques of left-leaning ideologies has led him to warn about the Left’s influence on the younger generation.

He said, “We can’t just complain about that vision, we have to offer our own, grounded in the individual, family, nation, God.”

“To make concepts like faith and family and patriotism and hard work cool again actually. These aren’t antiquated values, this is the stuff of progress,” he added.

“I Don’t Think We Have 20 Years Left as a Country if We Just Passively Stand By and Watch”

Addressing concerns about his age, Ramaswamy drew a parallel to historical figures like Thomas Jefferson, who was younger than him when he wrote the Declaration of Independence.

“I don’t believe that it’s my job to wait my turn in some bureaucracy,” he said.

“Twenty years from now, I don’t think I’m going to be as effective at reaching Gen Z. I don’t think we have 20 years left as a country if we just passively stand by and watch,” he concluded.

Several social media users shared their thoughts on the incident.

“He Sounds Like He Would Be a Good President, but Not for People of Color”

One Twitter user wrote, “He sounds like he would be a good president, but not for people of color.”

Another user added, “I agree. Incremental changes at this point will not solve our problems. The revolution of getting back to the functionality of the Constitution and the removal of the deep state will get us going in the right direction.”

Nikki Haley Says Biden Should Quit with All the Chaos, like the Gender Pronoun Classes and Focus on the Ammunition Crisis

They Formed a Union, Went on Strike and Shut Down the Company Until They Got the Pay Rise They Wanted

The post Is America on the Brink? Ramaswamy’s Dire Warning About the Nation’s Future Sparks Concern first appeared on The Net Worth Of.

Featured Image Credit: Shutterstock / Juli Hansen. The people shown in the images are for illustrative purposes only, not the actual people featured in the story.

Source: Daily Signal