ATLANTIC CITY — Republican Presidential candidate Hirsh Singh released a comparison between the candidates who will be on the debate stage and himself, and pointed out that none of the participants in the debate represented the views of the core base of the Republican Party. Singh released a table showing the extreme distance between the candidates who will be part of the first debate and the conservatives and libertarians who form the Republican base.
Singh is the only one among the candidates who checked all boxes - that of being a lifelong Republican, being unmasked and unvaxxed for COVID, opposed to the Ukraine war, being free of Big Pharma money, and other issues that matter to the Republican base.
“There is no MAGA Conservative in the first GOP debate. It is sad that Vivek Ramaswamy, who never voted for the GOP prior to 2020 but made a large donation to a far-left Democrat candidate during the important election of 2016, and was himself a beneficiary of the Paul and Daisy Soros scholarship, leads in polls over the other candidates in the debate. It says a lot about the poor quality of the other candidates who will be on the debate stage,” said Singh.
Singh pointed out that none of the candidates on the debate stage could win a general election against the Democrats which is essential because Supreme Court Justices Clarence Thomas and Samuel Alito are 75 and 73 years in age, as noted by Scott Morefield on Townhall.com, and the odds that both of them will remain in office until the end of the next presidential term are exceedingly low. This is extremely important as Vivek Ramaswamy, who first claimed that he had never voted in any previous election, was forced to admit that he had voted for a pro-abortion candidate in 2004 when confronted with evidence of his voter records.
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