Vivek Flips The Script And Stuns Reporters With One Question On Trump

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Republican candidate Vivek Ramaswamy challenged mainstream media on their reporting of the Trump-Russia collusion, Hunter Biden’s laptop story, and the origins of COVID-19, leaving reporters in stunned silence.

He emphasized the need for media accountability and expressed concern about the future implications of such reporting practices.

Ramaswamy highlighted the potential impact on the country and emphasized the importance of addressing these issues. (Trending: Trump Defies Court And Delivers Closing Argument At Civil Fraud Trial)

“Just by show of hands, who here is willing to admit that the Trump-Russia collusion hoax was indeed incorrectly reported by the mainstream media?” Ramaswamy asked.

“Is Hunter Biden’s laptop Russian disinformation?” he pressed.

“Does anyone here agree that the Hunter Biden laptop story as reported by the New York Post was indeed accurately reported and was not Russian disinformation, but was in fact a factually owned laptop of Hunter Biden?”

“Does anybody believe the media’s reporting about the origin of COVID-19 ran flatly in face of the facts that you have a Wuhan Institute of Virology that was now the likely origin of the COVID-19 pandemic?”

“I actually think that the public was lied to long after the media systematically still understood that this was the product of the Steele dossier,” Ramaswamy said.

“Without acknowledging the mistakes of the past, I think we are destined for an even more dangerous future.”

“I think that the systematic suppression of speech in this country, even about debating the lockdowns was a key part of what culminated in January 6th, 2021,” he said.

“And as somebody who’s looking to lead this country and hopefully dare I say reunite this country, I think it is critical, it is vital to the future of this country that we not repeat those same mistakes.”

“Yet that’s exactly what I’m seeing play out in slow motion, hiding in plain sight. And so it’s my concern for this country that leads me to run for US president. It’s my concern for this country that causes me to raise what aren’t some ancient issues to be swept under the rug. I think that history is relevant aren’t some ancient issues to be swept under the rug.”

“I think that history is relevant to what’s happening today,” he concluded.

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