Vivek Ramaswamy, a Candidate for the 2024 Election, Speaks up on His Lawsuit against WEF

2024 Republican candidate Vivek Ramaswamy announced he’ll be filing a lawsuit against the World Economic Forum for listing him as one of their Young Global Leaders, despite him refusing the invite on several occasions.

However, the WEF wouldn’t budge. They eventually chose to include him on the list without his permission, prompting a demand for the removal of the comment from Ramaswamy himself.

Ramaswamy announces lawsuit against WEF

The public release explains the inclusion of Ramaswamy’s name on the list created a false image of both parties, while undermining the candidate’s efforts in battling WEF’s globalist agenda.

In an interview with the New York Post, Ramaswamy explained he was appalled to have found out WEF placed him on the list, mainly due to his views being in direct conflict with those that WEF promotes.

He went on to criticize the WEF for their radical approach to the destruction of American traditional values and principles, claiming he refuses to be a global citizen and he’s an American in every way, shape, and form.

On top of revealing their destructive agenda, Ramaswamy went in for the kill on WEF, slamming the organization for their “equity-promoting” agenda. This has only proven to be a threat to the American dream and lifestyle we’ve all grown accustomed to.

Ramaswamy takes on woke corporatism in the US

This isn’t Ramaswamy’s first rodeo with the woke corporations of America.

He’s been battling the globalist agenda for years on end; it’s explained in full detail in his book, Woke, Inc.: Inside Corporate America’s Social Justice Scam.

The book is a testament to Ramaswamy’s battle against woke corporatism; it’s one of many pieces of writing arguing the woke movement stripped Americans of their identity over the years.

On top of publishing a best-seller, Ramaswamy also founded Strive Asset Management, an investment firm that would counter far-left environmental, social, and governance-focused investment companies.

One such company is BlackRock, whose Head of Investment Stewardship, Joud Abdel Majeid, also made it on WEF’s Young Global Leaders list only a year after Ramaswamy.

In fact, if you look at the list, it’s just a bunch of successful men and women who belong to minority groups in the US. You’d have a hard time finding a white, straight male in the top ranks.

This article appeared in Our Patriot and has been published here with permission.