2024 Candidate Vivek Ramaswamy Criticized The Department Of Education For Spending Taxpayer Dollars On Radical Gender Ideology Instead Of School Security

Credits: Lifestyle Asia

A Republican candidate for the upcoming presidential elections, Vivek Ramaswamy slammed the Department of Education over the billions of dollars they spend on “radical gender ideology to create psychopaths” whereas schools lack security, following the recent incident that occurred in Nashville school. 

On Monday afternoon this week, a shooter forcefully entered The Covenant Christian School in Nashville and started firing openly. 

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It was later discovered that the shooter was a former student of The Covenant Christian School, identified as a trans. 

The shooter killed three teachers and three students who were approximately 9 years old. Later on, the shooter was shot down and killed by the police officials. 

Ramaswamy stated in a video clip:

“The real question is why this psychopath in Nashville was able to get into the school in the first place. We protect green pieces of paper in a bank with more armed guards than we do our kids in schools. We pay for Thousands Standing Around (TSA) in our airports. There’s more security at a random mall than in a public school.

The Republican nominee noted that the Department of Education is utilizing huge amounts of taxpayer dollars on so-called “gender ideology,” even though school shooting cases have gotten more common in the past years.  

Ramaswamy stated: 

“We spend $80BN+ per year through the U.S. Dept of Education that helps fund radical gender ideology to create psychopaths, yet we don’t protect kids in our schools from being killed by them. That’s wrong,” 

He added that he would prioritize funding for school safety if he got elected in 2024.

He stated:

“I’ll shut down the U.S. Dept of Education and use the savings to protect every kid in America from something like this from ever happening again. This shouldn’t be controversial.”

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