Vivek Ramaswamy Calls Out Dan Crenshaw’s Shady Stock Trading After RINO Mocks Him

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The Colorado Supreme Court, all of whose justices were appointed by Democrats, made an unprecedented ruling on Tuesday to disqualify President Trump from the ballot in the state.

While three of the seven justices dissented from the decision, four of them chose to make a legislative ruling that has been met with dismay among many Americans.

In response to the travesty of justice, Vivek Ramaswamy boldly vowed to withdraw his name from the Colorado primary ballot and called on others to do the same. His move won praise from many in the conservative movement, but it also caused consternation among those in the political establishment who would prefer for him to fade away.

Representative Dan Crenshaw (RINO-TX) was chief among this group, taking a mocking tone when responding to Ramaswamy’s decision as he suggested that he should go ahead and withdraw from other states as well.

Ramaswamy referred to Crenshaw’s past of profiting from trading stocks, noting that in 2021 Crenshaw had the fifth-highest rate of return among members of Congress, surpassing then-House Speaker Nancy Pelosi.

Conservatives on X were loving Ramaswamy’s dunk on the NeoCon RINO.

In addition to Crenshaw’s trading of stocks, it was reported last year that he had illegally raised funds during the 2020 election cycle and was consequently fined $42,000.

What a clown!

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