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Ramaswamy Disrupts DeSantis And Haley Debate With Brutal Ad

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Vivek Ramaswamy, excluded from CNN’s Republican primary debate, aired a 30-second ad during the event, criticizing the mainstream media’s influence and urging viewers to turn off the debate.

CNN excluded him based on polling, but Ramaswamy had met the 10% polling threshold in three separate national polls.

“The mainstream media is trying to rig the Iowa GOP caucus in favor of the corporate candidates who they can control. Don’t fall for their trick,” Ramaswamy stated in the ad. (Trending: Fauci’s COVID Missteps Are Coming Back To Haunt Him)

“You can fix that. Take your remote and turn this s— off.”

Despite his declining numbers, his ad strategy effectively conveyed his message. He has been vocal about media bias and misinformation.

The debate’s outcome will reveal how other candidates challenge CNN’s approach and address biased reporting.

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