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Known for several articles calling out concerns around the Talitrix Company owned in part by Georgia Representative, Todd Jones, Hank Sullivan published a piece this week analyzing Vivek Ramaswamy's background and business history.
Like many public figures, the facts of Ramaswamy's life which are oft repeated, appear to have been chosen to create a positive but perhaps incomplete persona. Mr. Sullivan's article explores some of these hidden facets.
Described as a successful businessman, many are unware of the number of ventures which have failed under Ramaswamy, while his own wealth has in most cases continued to climb.
Most people aren't aware that Ramaswamy took advantage of a scholarship from Georgie Soros' brother's organization to support his attendance at Harvard Law School.
Ramaswamy has also been listed by Klaus Schwab's World Economic Foundation (WEF) as one of their "Young Global Leaders." Many have shied away from association with the WEF, as people around the world see "globalist" agendas, often not in the best interest of the people, stemming from organizations such as the WEF, Bilderbergers and others.
The WEF began including Ramaswamy on their list of Young Global leaders in 2021. He sued the organization in April this year demanding that they cease publishing his name in association with their organization.
Latest Republican polls indicate Ramaswamy is running a very-distant 5th with 3%; 53 points behind Trump at 59%. While Ramaswamy is unlikely to win the nomination, readers are encouraged to do their homework on all candidates, as experience shows there are important facts to be learned about each, that are often not apparent without careful research.