Vivek Is Going After The DOJ in Trump’s Defense!

The time is now for Trump, and this mansion will always be his.

FOR A MINIMUM OF 2024–2028.

After that, Kari Lake follows for eight years.

And yes, there are aspects of Vivek that I dislike, such as his connections to Big Pharma.

But what’s all that?

I have a great deal of respect for him, and it is growing.

Because respect must be earned, and Vivek is doing so by acting in accordance with his words.

In addition to backing President Trump (a rival), because it is the moral and ethical thing to do, he has also taken action by suing the DOJ.

How beautifully articulated by Candace Owens…Vivek fulfills all of DeSantis’ campaign promises:

Well said, Candace!

Here he is defending Trump very strongly:

And also here:

And one more here:

But talk is cheap and actions speak louder than words.

This is why I was so encouraged to see this:

Here is Vivek in his own words:

And from John Solomon’s JustTheNews:

Republican presidential candidate Vivek Ramaswamy has filed a lawsuit against the U.S. Department of Justice seeking communications between the agency and the White House about the indictment of former President Donald Trump in relation to his alleged mishandling of classified documents.

“I just filed a lawsuit against the U.S. Department of Justice following its failure to substantively respond to my Freedom of Information Act (FOIA) request to uncover what White House officials including President Joe Biden communicated to Merrick Garland & Jack Smith about the unprecedented indictment in the classified documents case of a former U.S. President and one of Biden’s political opponents in the 2024 Presidential election,” he tweeted on Tuesday.

“I’m also filing a separate FOIA request with the DOJ to uncover any similar communications relating to the just-issued Jan 6 Trump indictment,” he continued. “We should demand accountability and transparency. In U.S. v. Alvarez, the Supreme Court held that political candidates have a First Amendment right to knowingly make inaccurate statements. If you’re going to indict a former president and leading presidential candidate, it better not be based on unprecedented legal theory.”

“Further, it’s more than a stretch to call something criminal if someone is seeking legal counsel from their own lawyers,” he continued. “Jack Smith has created a dangerous precedent by criminalizing the behavior of Trump’s lawyers who offered him legal advice, labeling them co-conspirators instead. This jeopardizes the future of our legal system. If we fail to admit the truth, Jan 6 will just be a preview of far worse to come. We must reunite this country, but the path forward will not be easy.”

The presidential candidate’s comments come shortly after special counsel Jack Smith announced a second indictment of Trump in relation to his efforts to challenge the 2020 presidential election results.

Ramaswamy has condemned that indictment as “un-American” and committed to pardoning Trump for those charges should he win the White House.">