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Vivek Ramaswamy: Establishment Isn’t Going to Let Biden or Trump Get Anywhere Near the Finish Line in 2024

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Vivek Ramaswamy, a Republican presidential candidate, believes that neither President Joe Biden nor former President Donald Trump will be allowed to be elected in 2024 due to the influence of the “establishment.”

He argues that the “permanent, pro-war establishment” aims to maintain control and profit from the military-industrial complex.

Ramaswamy suggests that figures like Reid Hoffman and Larry Fink are involved, with Hoffman supporting Nikki Haley’s potential candidacy. (Trending: Epstein’s Brother Finally Breaks His Silence)

“If you really think ‘they’ are going to let either Trump or Biden get anywhere near the finish line, open your eyes folks. There’s something deeper going on. It’s staring us right in the face,” Ramaswamy wrote.

“The ‘they’ refers to the permanent state, the establishment. It’s not Republicans versus Democrats,” Ramaswamy said.

“If you look at here the very people who are paying for lawsuits to keep Trump off the ballot, from the Reid Hoffmans to the Larry Finks of the world. Just follow the money. See who they’re actually putting up this time around. It’s far more devious,” he added. “I used to think they were going to sideline Biden for Gavin Newsom or Michelle Obama. It’s far more insidious than that,” he said.

Their focus is “making money off the military-industrial complex and worse.”

“While I am a staunch supporter of Biden and hope he will win a second term, I also provided financial support to Nikki Haley’s super PAC even though some polls show Haley doing better than Trump in a general election against Biden,” LinkedIn founder Reid Hoffman said.

“My first priority is to defeat Trump, and the primary is the first of two chances to do so,” he added. “Sadly, if Trump is the nominee, he will have a coin-flip chance of winning.”

“I agree with [JPMorgan Chase CEO] Jamie Dimon’s recent comments that Democrats should support Haley in the primary and Biden in the general election,” Hoffman wrote.

Ramaswamy also highlights legal battles regarding Trump’s eligibility for the ballot.

He warns conservatives of a deeper, manipulative political game at play.

“Earnest conservatives who say ‘I just want to beat Biden’ are being played. The real puppet masters are playing 3D chess. There’s something far more cynical underway & it’s hiding in plain sight,” Ramaswamy posted. “They’re not going to let Trump get anywhere near the White House.”

“They want it to be a two-horse race. Eliminate [Trump]. Put up actually a Trojan Horse within the Republican Party that keeps the war machine humming and keeps the restrictions on speech and the censorship agenda.”

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