Woke Reporter Schooled By Ramaswamy On ‘White Supremacy’ Gotcha Question

A Washington Post reporter got more than she bargained for on Wednesday when asking Republican presidential candidate Vivek Ramaswamy if he was against white supremacy.

In typical Ramaswamy style, his answer did not disappoint. He first discussed how affirmative action was more of a threat to the country than racial discrimination. He did touch on the racial issues in the past but expressed that those issues are no longer relevant.

Unsatisfied with his answer, the reporter asked him again about white supremacy. This is when Ramsaswamy gives her a response that would make her regret her question.

“I’m against vicious racial discrimination in this country,” he said. “So I’m not pledging allegiance to your new religion of modern wokeism which absolutely fits the test.”

If that response wasn’t bad enough, Ramaswamy had a lot more to say to the reporter, including predicting that she would attempt to make him look bad in her article.

“And frankly, this is why people have lost trust, and I know you’re going to go print this headline tomorrow, I know how your game works, ‘Vivek Ramaswamy Won’t Condemn White Supremacy,’ Because you asked a stupid question,” he continued.

In his response, Ramaswamy proposed a way to end racial discrimination, one that the leftist mob would strongly oppose. He stated to end racism, the country as a whole needs to stop basing everything on race.

“Do that, and we’re going to move this country forward, and I don’t care whether you’re black or white or brown or anything in between, that’s how we’re going to unite this country,” he said.

After his impressive response, the room erupted in applause, showing that
Ramaswamy later posted about the incident on X, once again calling out the stupidity of the question.

Since former President Donald Trump’s presidency, the left has been obsessed with white supremacy, as if the Republican party is the one always discussing race.

What’s even more unbelievable is that of all the candidates to propose the question to, the reporter asked Ramaswamy who would be the last candidate anyone would think of to endorse discrimination.

This isn’t the first time a reporter tried to set a trap for Ramaswamy. A few months ago, CNN reporter Kaitlan Collins attempted to trap the candidate by playing a clip that lasted a few seconds, taking it out of context and twisting his words about 9/11 to make him appear to be a conspiracy theorist.