Vivek Ramaswamy Says “Men Are Men & Women Are Women” As He Takes Advantage Of The Bud Light Controversy To Sell His “BUD RIGHT” Koozies
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Did you ever think you would read a headline like the one above?
Is it really news that a presidential candidate, or anyone for that matter, said “men are men” and “women are women”?
The other side has gone so far left that speaking these universal truths is controversial.
GOP presidential candidate Vivek Ramaswamy used the controversy surrounding Bud Light’s choice to partner with TikTok influencer Dylan Mulvaney, a man pretending to be a woman, to sell merchandise for his campaign.
Ramaswamy released Bud Right beer koozies. He advertised the merch on his Twitter account.
“Get Bud Right: there are *two* genders. Men are men & women are women. Don’t apologize for the truth.
“Ditch your next @budlight 24-pack. Donate the cost and get His & Her exclusive campaign koozies,” the presidential candidate tweeted.
The koozies also feature the words “TRUTH OVER RELATIVISM” and “COURAGE IS CONTAGIOUS.”
He explained his position on the transgender issue in another tweet and how it relates to his worldview as a candidate.
“One of the goals of my candidacy for president of the United States is to close the gap between what people are willing to say behind closed doors versus what they say in public. In that spirit: Dylan Mulvaney needs mental health care, not endorsement deals,” Ramaswamy wrote.
“Ban genital mutilation & puberty blockers before age 18. Treat gender dysphoria as a mental health disorder. Ban addictive social media before age 16. Protect our children now, ” he tweeted.
“A mom or dad trying to change the gender of their child is Munchausen by proxy. It’s not compassion. It’s abuse. Most people agree with this but feel afraid to say it out loud,” he stated in another tweet.
Ramaswamy is well-known for his work as a biotech and healthcare entrepreneur and is a multi-millionaire.
He has written two books, “Nation of Victims: Identity Politics, the Death of Merit, and the Path Back to Excellence” and “Woke, Inc.: Inside Corporate America’s Social Justice Scam.”
When he announced his intention to run in the Republican primary back in February, he declared in an online video that we as a country are “in the middle of a national identity crisis.”
“To put America first, we need to rediscover what America is. That’s why I am running for president,” Ramaswamy wrote in a Wall Street Journal editorial.
“I am launching not only a political campaign but a cultural movement to create a new American Dream—one that is not only about money but about the unapologetic pursuit of excellence.”
“We embrace secular religions like climatism, Covidism, and gender ideology to satisfy our need for meaning, yet we can’t answer what it means to be an American,” Ramaswamy wrote in the Journal.
“The Republican Party’s top priority should be to fill this void with an inspiring national identity that dilutes the woke agenda to irrelevance,” the multi-millionaire continued.
While many people think his chances of securing the nomination on the GOP ticket are slim, his resolve to fight against the woke agenda is solid.