As late as this January, an archived page on the WEF website still had Ramaswamy listed as one of its Young Global Leaders. He’s no longer on there — and, in a response to Posobiec, he said there was good reason for it.
How strange!When you look at the WEF Young Global Leaders 2021 page today it appears a name has been scrubbed from the list Be a shame if someone had receipts of the original list pic.twitter.com/yfxzONnPaa — Jack Posobiec 🇺🇸 (@JackPosobiec) February 22, 2023
“Funny you should bring this up. The first chapter of my upcoming book in April has the ‘receipts’ of my exchanges with the World Economic Forum years ago when they *repeatedly* kept trying to get me to be named. I gave them a polite ‘hell no.’ Reveals the games that WEF plays,” Ramaswamy tweeted. “The games they play are far worse than you can imagine.” [firefly_poll] Fair enough — although one might be forgiven for wanting a fuller explanation, not a tease for Ramaswamy’s upcoming book. He’s now a presidential contender, not just an author. In another tweet, he had this to say: “Nobody has been working to dismantle the global WEF takeover more than me. You’re right over the target, stay on it. I’ll send you a signed book so you can learn more about it. It’s worse than you ever imagine.” “You’ve sent me like 5 books already my dude,” Posobiec responded.
The games they play are far worse than you imagine.— Vivek Ramaswamy (@VivekGRamaswamy) February 22, 2023
Again, fair enough: These two apparently don’t like each other. But guess who else Ramaswamy liked, at least once upon a time? Paul Gosar to Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez could probably affirm. (Well, maybe not Eric Swalwell, but he has his reasons for that.) Yet, Ramaswamy specifically picked George freakin’ Soros to highlight on his Twitter account. You know, the billionaire who’s funded the candidacies of so many progressive district attorney hopefuls — almost all of whom are profoundly uninterested in enforcing the law — that they’ve become colloquially known as “Soros DAs.” That’s not precisely what you want to see from a guy who hopes to become the leader of the Republican Party. The personal story behind Ramaswamy’s campaign message — which is critical for someone who doesn’t have prior experience in elected or appointed office — is that he was witness to the massive global machine in which Big Tech, massive corporations, and powerful NGOs like the World Economic Forum and Soros’ Open Society Foundations collude to suppress speech, promote wokeness and force austerity and diversity measures upon the world. One doesn’t necessarily doubt that Ramaswamy saw the rot from the inside and wants to fight it. The problem is how recently he was on the inside. His apparent personal tiff with Posobiec aside, the “receipts” don’t tell a promising story. It doesn’t make me think any less of Ramaswamy as an author and an activist. In those roles, he has acquitted himself brilliantly. As a presidential candidate, however, the recency of his Damascene road conversion — no matter how legitimate it seems to be — gives significant pause. This article appeared originally on The Western Journal.
You’ve sent me like 5 books already my dude— Jack Posobiec 🇺🇸 (@JackPosobiec) February 22, 2023